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  1. Michelle Triola (November 13, 1932 – October 30, 2009) was an American actress notable for unsuccessfully suing Lee Marvin in 1977, having cohabited with him from 1965 to 1970. The trial, which brought about the concept of palimony, was widely covered in the media at the time.

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    • Michelle Triola Lived With Actor Lee Marvin for 6 Years & Adopted His Name. Triola began a romantic relationship with actor Lee Marvin in 1964. They met on the set of the movie Ship of Fools.
    • Triola Accused Marvin of Asking Her to Give Up Her Own Career in Exchange for Acting as a Housewife. Triola had been pursuing her own career as an actress and singer when she met Marvin.
    • Triola’s Lawsuit Against Marvin Birthed the Concept of Palimony. Triola’s case centered around the idea that she was owed the same amount of money any wife would be owed in a divorce.
    • Triola Met Van Dyke While Working for His Agent & They Embarked on a Nearly 35-Year Relationship. After breaking up with Marvin, Triola found a job at the William Morris talent agency, according to her obituary.
  2. Oct 31, 2009 · Oct. 31, 2009 12 AM PT Michelle Triola Marvin, a former nightclub singer whose claims as the onetime live-in girlfriend of actor Lee Marvin led to a landmark ruling that established the legal...

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  3. Michelle Triola was born on November 13, 1933 in Los Angeles, California, USA. She is known for The Lustful Turk (1968), Diagnosis Murder (1993) and The 5th Annual American Cinema Awards (1988). She was married to Skip Ward. She died on October 30, 2009 in Malibu, California. See full bio » Born: November 13, 1933 in Los Angeles, California, USA

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  4. Oct 31, 2009 · Oct. 30, 2009 Michelle Triola Marvin, whose landmark alimony-without-marriage lawsuit against the actor Lee Marvin, her former boyfriend, helped lead to the concept of “palimony” settlements for...

  5. Oct 30, 2009 · Actress, Legal Folk Figure. She was the plantiff in a lawsuit that established the rights of unmarried partners, and put the word Palimony into the dictionary. Raised in Southern California, Michelle was a theater arts major at UCLA, and, during the 1950s, worked as a nightclub singer on Sunset Strip. In 1958, she was...

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