Lana Turner Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Lana Turner Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Actress Lana Turner including her Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Lana Turner
Real Name Lana Turner
Profession Actresses
Nick Name The Sweater Girl
Famous as Actress
Nationality American
Personal life of Lana Turner
Born on 08 February 1921
Birthday 8th February
Died At Age 74
Sun Sign Aquarius
Born in Wallace, Idaho, U.S.
Died on 29 June 1995 AD
Place of death Century City, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
City Idaho
Family Background of Lana Turner
Father John Virgil Turner
Mother Mildred Frances Cowan
Spouses/Partners Ronald Pellar (m. 1969-1972), Robert P. Eaton (m. 1965-1969), Frederick May (m. 1960-1962), Lex Barker (m. 1953-1957), Henry J. Topping, Jr. (m. 1948-1952), Joseph Stephen Crane (m. 1943-1944), Joseph Stephen Crane (m.
Children Cheryl Crane
Education Hollywood high school
Net worth $5 million
Awards 1981 – Artistry in Cinema award 1994 – Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award
Personal Fact of Lana Turner

Lana Turner was an American actress popular during the 1940s and 1950s. Discovered at a drug store, she made her screen debut in A Star Is Born. She became famous as the “Sweater Girl in They Won’t Forget. Soon offers came pouring with significant roles in the Dramatic School, Love Finds Andy Hardy, Ziegfeld Girl, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Honky Tonk, and Johnny Eager. Turner came into her own in films such as, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Diane, Another Time, Another Place, Portrait in Black and Imitation of Life.

Her private life, however, was a mess. She was married eight times and battled alcoholism. Her longtime boyfriend, mobster Johnny Stompanato, was stabbed to death by her daughter Cheryl Crane, during one of their many violent arguments. Cheryl was acquitted with the court ruling it was justifiable homicide. The actress got her biggest break starring in Peyton Place, which received an Oscar nomination for her role. Turner continued to appear in films until 1980 and had a recurring role as Jacqueline Perrault on the TV series “Falcon Crest. She published her autobiography, “Lana: The Lady, The Legend, The Truth” and died after a long bout with cancer


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