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Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich

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Also Known As: Died: May 6, 1992
Born: December 27, 1901 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Germany Profession: Cast ...


husband: Rudolf Sieberwhich. Actor, farmer. Born in 1897; married from May 17, 1923 until his death in 1976; separated for most of the time they were married; went on to have long-term relationship with Tami Matul.
companion: Willi Forst. Actor.
companion: Margo Lion. Actor. Together c. 1928.
companion: Richard Tauber. Opera singer. Together in 1929.
companion: Josef von Sternberg. Director. Made seven films with Dietrich between 1929 and 1935.
companion: Gary Cooper. Actor. Met during filming of "Morocco" (1930); Dietrich was served a writ by Cooper's wife during her divorce proceedings; writ later dropped.
companion: Edith Piaf. Singer.
companion: Mercedes de Acosta. Writer.
companion: Maurice Chevalier. Actor.
companion: Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Actor, writer.
companion: Jean Gabin. Actor.
companion: Marion Carstairs. Speedboat racer. First met in 1937; reportedly had affair around 1939-1940; Dietrich referred to Carstairs as 'The Pirate'; had vitriolic break-up.
companion: Erich Maria Remarque. Novelist. At time of relationship, Dietrich was reportedly also seeing Marion Carstairs.
companion: John Wayne. Actor. Had relationship c. 1940.
companion: George S Patton. US Army general. Reportedly presented her with a pair of pearl-handled revolvers.
companion: Michael Wilding. Actor. Met during filming of "Stage Fright" (1950).
companion: Yul Brynner. Actor. Had relationship c. 1951-1955.

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