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Also Known As: Died: February 1, 1966
Born: October 4, 1895 Cause of Death: lung cancer
Birth Place: Piqua, Kansas, USA Profession: Cast ...
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companion: Alice Lake. Actor. Involved in 1919.
companion: Viola Dana. Actor. Involved in 1919.
wife: Natalie Talmadge. Continuity person, actor. Married on May 31, 1921; divorced in 1932; born on April 28, 1897; died on June 19. 1969.
companion: Dorothy Sebastian. Actor. First met when she starred opposite him in "Spite Marriage"; had on-again, off-agin relationship for close to 10 years (c. 1928-1938).
wife: Mae Elizabeth Scriven. Nurse, hairstylist, playwright. Reportedly married on January 1, 1932 in Mexico although no record could be found; marriage not legal as Keaton's divorce was not final; legally married in 1933; divorced in 1935; born in 1905; had previously been married and divorced; alcoholic; went on to marry and divorce at least two more times; was also romantically involved with publicist Sam Fuller; was committed for psychiatric evaluation on and off in the 1950s.
companion: Marilyn Stuart. Showgirl. Involved in 1935.
wife: Eleanor Ruth Norris. Dancer. Met in 1938; married in 1940; survived him; born on July 19, 1918; died on October 19, 1998 at age 80.

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