May 11, 2016 - Erroll Wetanson and Margaux Hemingway married in 1975
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Model Margaux Hemingway with husband Erroll Wetanson arrives to the 48th Academy Awards at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles,California. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images
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Joi Lansing was born in Salt Lake City Utah on April 6, 1928. Her family moved to Los Angeles California in 1940 and Joi immediately rushed to all of the Hollywood studios in hopes of being noticed. In the good old days of the studio system an actress could easily be signed and then begin collecting a paycheck whether or not she was given any parts in movies. As luck would have it, Joi was signed with MGM at the age of 14. She was living every girls dream; a glamorous life at the studio where she actually finished high school, took dancing lessons, voice lessons and was regularly thrown bit parts in movies.
Joi was riding high! All of this fun and a handsome paycheck to boot! It was not long before Joi married her first husband, Jerry Safron, in 1950 at the age of 17. It was a short lived union that ended in an annulment. It was a personal failure but Joi was too young and had too many other options to stay focused on one man. She was soon dating Mickey Rooney exclusively every night, and the couple were seen at all the hot spots such as Ciro's and the Mogambo. Joi was living the fantasy of many pretty young girls with high hopes of Hollywood stardom; dressing up, modeling pretty clothes, and being paid to improve her talents made her girlfriends day jobs seem mundane and it was impossible for Joi to want a simple life of motherhood and family. The marriage was a strained one as Roman regularly cheated on Sharon, and its reported that Sharon had a few flings that were generated by the neglect of her husband. As soon as Louise Stratten reached the age of 20, she and Peter Bogdanovich married which led her mother to state, \\"Now I have lost two daughters.\\" Feeling defeated in her career and her personal life, she married again in 1979 to Bernard Foucher.
In 1948 she had a good role as a model in The Counterfeiters, and then went on to star in a number of cheesy movies in which she had good solid parts and continued to develop as an actress. Lansing was given several roles that allowed her to wear skimpy and tight fitting clothing as the 1950s curvy look gained popularity. Joi was 5' 4\\" and barely 105 pounds, with a small waist and platinum hair. She was the ideal image of the pinup girl which led to many more parts in B movies and some memorable roles in Superman and the Lucy Desi Comedy Hour. Just when things seemed to be solidifying in her career; there had been plans to cast her as Superman's wife in the new Superman series, but tragically, actor George Reeves mysteriously died and Joi was back to accepting parts on popular television shows but nothing permanent. The same year that she posed for Playboy she was cast in several television shows, and even appeared in some B movies. She received so much positive attention that in 1980 she was named Playmate of the year. Dorothy clearly had potential and no time was wasted in casting her in more films and pumping up her publicity.
Although she was beautiful, she fretted over her imperfections and their ramifications on her career. Joi had a fine shapely and slender frame but her facial proportions were less than ideal. This led Joi to get plastic surgery on her jawline. In her youth her cheeks looked large in comparison to her small and slightly receding chin and jaw. After having facial implants Joi looked more balanced and symmetrical. As she aged she desperately struggled with trying to develop her career into something more meaningful. Joi was getting older and still had no children in her personal life and had not reached the notoriety that she had hopped for. The life that seemed so promising when she first landed her studio job as a teenager was now empty and depressing. She married for the second time in 1951 to Lance Fuller, and was divorced by 1953. She married her third husband, Stan Todd, in 1962 with the hope that she would develop a solid career and then focus on a traditional family life. She, just like Marilyn Monroe, began to feel depressed in her 30s due to her desire to live a normal, traditional life. Her face and figure were becoming the things that she clung to, and her last memorable and substantial appearances were on the popular sit com, The Mothers In Law, in the late 1968. The name Margaux Hemingway was synonymous with tragedy and wasted youth by the late 1980s. She divorced Bernard in 1985 and spent the 80s and 90s suffering from clinical depression. At one point Margaux gained over 75 pounds.
Joi was devastated when she was diagnosed with breast cancer and whether she had a lumpectomy or a breast removed was not publicly released, but she definitely had an operation that failed, as she died later that same year in 1972 at the age of 44. On August 9, 1969 Roman was in Europe and Sharon was 8 months pregnant at home with several house guests when the Charles Manson gang broke into their home and began savagely stabbing all of them. Sharon begged that they spare the life of her unborn baby, asking that they keep her alive just to deliver the baby and then kill her. The gang pondered the idea for a while but then remembered that their ultimate hatred was people who had earned money, and Sharon was a \\"rich pig\\" in their eyes, so they went on stabbing her 16 times. Her career seemed un-stopable until she was found unconscious in her parents home in 1995. CPR attempts proved futile and Krissy was pronounced dead at the hospital. She was 17 years old. On examination Krissy was found to have allergies that congested her respiratory system. The press stated that she had died of an asthma attack. Krissy's family was not satisfied with that conclusion due to the fact that Krissy never showed any signs of having allergies. This led the family to have their daughter's heart tissue analyzed where it was discovered that their daughter died of a rare cardiac disorder. In 1996 Margaux committed suicide on the anniversary of her grandfather's suicide.She was discovered in her Santa Monica flat after taking an overdose of phenobarbital. She was 42 years old. Linda died at the age of 27.
After a rather depressing and lonely few months of pregnancy Roman eventually warmed up to the idea of being a father and Sharon was thrilled with her life. The couple lived in a rented home on Cielo drive.
Roman Polanski came back from Europe to find the ultimate tragedy, his wife was dead at the age of 26.
Paul Snider was thrilled that he was riding high off his hard work in promoting Dorothy, the only problem he had now was that other men wanted to control Dorothy. Hugh Hefner was one who told Dorothy to break away from Paul, stating that he looked and acted shady, and that people did not like him. He further pointed out that Snider was casting a negative light on her, but Paul was like a dog with a bone, he intended to get rich and famous off of Dorothy, and would simply not be dumped in the dust while she moved on to bigger and better things. Although Dorothy wanted to be loyal to Paul at first she clearly began to feel that she could have younger and more suitable men to date and that her career would be fine without him. Then she became in awe of powerful men such as Hugh Hefner, and Peter Bogdanovich; a powerful and wealthy director. Paul Snyder, who at one time seemed to have knowledge and power now looked like a small town nobody. To make matters worse for Paul, Hefner was encouraging Dorothy to dump him, and Bogdanovice began romancing Dorothy with promises of great movie parts in the future. Paul knew that he was on shaky ground and the couple regularly fought but they surprised everyone and married suddenly. Apparently, Paul's manipulative actions were working, but they would not work for long.
Paul was now sharing the home with a doctor who was not at home when Dorothy arrived on August 14, 1980. At approximately 11 pm the doctor was contacted by Snider's private investigator who had told the doc that Snider had not been answering his phone all day long. The doctor broke down the door to Snider's room to discover the bodies of Dorothy and Paul both dead by a high caliber shotgun blast. Apparently Paul had raped Dorothy then shot her before he then continued to sexually abuse Dorothy's corpse before shooting himself.
It was a shocking discovery that would propel Dorothy into immortality. Several movies have been made about the sad short life of Dorothy Stratten who died at the age of 20. Notably, Star 80, starring Muriel Hemingway, and Death of a Centerfold, The Dorothy Stratten Story.
Peter Bogdanovich quickly flew to Canada to be near Dorothy's family and gain more knowledge of her life so that he could write a book about her life. The book, The Killing of the Unicorn, Dorothy Stratten 1960-1980 blamed the death of Dorothy largely on Hugh Hefner, claiming she was a victim of Playboy Enterprises and so was her husband, Paul. Hefner did not take the attack quietly and publicly accused Bogdanovich of going to Canada to get his hands on Dorothy's younger sister, Louise. Bogdanovich announced that he was suing Hefner and Gloria Allred was soon all over the mainstream media with Dorothy's sister stating that there was nothing going on between Peter and her and that these claims by Hefner were disgusting. When the lawyers dung deeper into the case, Bogdonavich dropped the case as the facts were going to do him in.
Krissy Taylor was born in Miami Florida where she lived with her two older sisters and parents. Krissy's older sister, Niki, was a supermodel which opened the door for Krissy at the age of 11 to begin her modeling career, much in the same fashion as Margaux Hemingway had opened the door for her younger sister Mariel in the 1970s. To cash in on the two beautiful girls and the success of Niki Taylor, Seventeen magazine photographed Krissy with Niki and was she was soon signed to a modeling agency in New York.
At 13 her career began to skyrocket after she went with her sister in Milan to see a fashion show. Krissy impulsively was fitted by Italian designers and walked the runway with the big models of the time and was quickly called by Vogue, and Cosmopolitan.
Margaux was begin photographed on a regular basis at Studio 54 and all the hot spots of the 70s, unfortunately, she, like so many other famous figures of the 70s was abusing herself with alcohol, speed and numerous social drugs. However, when she was approached to star in the movie, Lipstick, in 1976, Margaux was enthusiastic. The movie was designed to turn Margaux Hemingway into a major star, but her sister, Mariel was cast as her sister in the movie and she ran away with the picture, Margaux's acting career was over.
Charles Rathbun was the photographer who took photos of Linda. He claimed that Linda was accidentally run over while he was photographing her, and that he had panicked and left the scene. Some medical experts supported Rathburn while others pointed to evidence that Linda was strangled.
Margaux was married to Erroll Wetanson from 1975 to 1978 and Bernard Faucher from 1979 to 1985. On July 1, 1996, she committed suicide by drug overdose. She was in Santa Monica, California, at that time.
Hemingway's first marriage, to Errol Wetson (Wetanson), ended in divorce. They met when, at age 19, she accompanied her father to the Plaza Hotel in New York City on a business trip. Four months later she moved from Idaho to New York City to live with Wetson as a guest at Selig's apartment at 12 East 72nd Street, which was owned by heiress Gloria Vanderbilt.
Nov 24, 2020 · Erroll Wetanson (m. 1975; div. 1978) Bernard Faucher (m. 1979; div. 1985) Parent(s) Jack Hemingway Byra Louise Whittlesey: Relatives: Joan “Muffet” Hemingway (sister) Mariel Hemingway (sister) Ernest Hemingway (paternal grandfather) Hadley Richardson (paternal grandmother)
Spouse(s): Erroll Wetanson (m. 1975; div. 1978) Bernard Faucher (m. 1979; div. 1985)
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Margaux Hemingway was a famous American fashion model and actress. It was in the mid-1970s, that she gained prominence as a supermodel. Margaux was the face of several fashion magazines' covers across the world, including Cosmopolitan, Elle, Harper's Bazaar and Vogue. It was her supermodel career that led to her big, yet short break into the film industry.
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