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Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, DBE, war eine US-amerikanisch-britische Schauspielerin. Sie erlangte Starruhm bereits als Kinderdarstellerin und später als Leading Lady des marktführenden Hollywood-Studios MGM, bei dem sie von 19unter. Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, DBE (häufig auch: „Liz“ Taylor; * Februar in Hampstead, London; † März in Los Angeles, Kalifornien), war. Elizabeth Taylor ist der Name folgender Personen: Elizabeth Taylor (Liz Taylor; –), britisch-US-amerikanische Schauspielerin; Elizabeth Taylor. Elizabeth Taylor mit ihrer Mutter Sarah. Taylors Eltern hatten früh ehrgeizige Pläne mit ihrer Tochter. Als Dreijährige nahm sie Ballettunterricht und trat mit. Sie spielte Königinnen, Heldinnen und Gefallene, auch ihr eigenes Leben verlief dramatisch. Mit Elizabeth Taylor starb eine der letzten Diven Hollywoods.
Elizabeth Taylor mit ihrer Mutter Sarah. Taylors Eltern hatten früh ehrgeizige Pläne mit ihrer Tochter. Als Dreijährige nahm sie Ballettunterricht und trat mit. Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor wurde am Februar als zweites Kind einer wohlhabenden amerikanischen Familie in London geboren, wo ihre Eltern lange. Elizabeth Taylor wurde vom Kinderstar zur Hollywood-Legende - blicken Sie mit uns auf ihr bewegendes Leben.
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The family relocated to Los Angeles, where Mrs. Taylor's own family had moved. Taylor followed not long afterward. A family friend noticed the strikingly beautiful little Elizabeth and suggested that she be taken for a screen test.
Her test impressed executives at Universal Pictures enough to sign her to a contract. Her first foray onto the screen was in There's One Born Every Minute , released when she was ten.
Universal dropped her contract after that one film, but Elizabeth was soon picked up by MGM. The first production she made with that studio was Lassie Come Home , and on the strength of that one film, MGM signed her for a full year.
She had minuscule parts in her next two films, The White Cliffs of Dover and Jane Eyre the former made while she was on loan to 20th Century-Fox.
She played Velvet Brown opposite Mickey Rooney. Elizabeth now had a long-term contract with MGM and was its top child star.
She made no films in , but returned in in Courage of Lassie , another success. In , when she was 15, she starred in Life with Father with such heavyweights as William Powell , Irene Dunne and Zasu Pitts , which was one of the biggest box office hits of the year.
She also co-starred in the ensemble film Little Women , which was also a box office huge success. Throughout the s, Elizabeth appeared in film after film with mostly good results, starting with her role in the George Stevens film A Place in the Sun , co-starring her good friend Montgomery Clift.
The following year, she co-starred in Ivanhoe , one of the biggest box office hits of the year. Her busiest year was She was 22 now, and even at that young age was considered one of the world's great beauties.
In she appeared in the hit Giant with James Dean. Sadly, Dean never saw the release of the film, as he died in a car accident in The next year saw Elizabeth co-star with Montgomery Clift in Raintree County , an overblown epic made, partially, in Kentucky.
Critics called it dry as dust. In addition, Clift was seriously injured during the film, with Taylor helping save his life.
Despite the film's shortcomings and off-camera tragedy, Elizabeth was nominated for an Academy Award for her portrayal of Southern belle Susanna Drake.
The film received rave reviews from the critics and Elizabeth was nominated again for an Academy Award for best actress, but this time she lost to Susan Hayward in I Want to Live!
She was still a hot commodity in the film world, though. In she appeared in another mega-hit and received yet another Oscar nomination for Suddenly, Last Summer Once again, however, she lost out, this time to Simone Signoret for Room at the Top Her Oscar drought ended in when she brought home the coveted statue for her performance in BUtterfield 8 as Gloria Wandrous, a call girl who is involved with a married man.
Some critics blasted the movie but they couldn't ignore her performance. There were no more films for Elizabeth for three years.
She left MGM after her contract ran out, but would do projects for the studio later down the road. The film took years to complete, due in part to a serious illness during which she nearly died.
This was the film where she met her future and fifth husband, Richard Burton the previous four were Conrad Hilton, Michael Wilding , Mike Todd --who died in a plane crash--and Eddie Fisher.
Her next films, The V. Elizabeth was to return to fine form, however, with the role of Martha in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Her performance as the loudmouthed, shrewish, unkempt, yet still alluring Martha was easily her finest to date.
For this she would win her second Oscar and one that was more than well-deserved. However, her films afterward were box office failures, including Reflections in a Golden Eye , The Comedians Boom!
Since then, she has appeared in some movies, both theatrical and made-for-television, and a number of television programs.
In February , Elizabeth entered the hospital for the removal of a brain tumor. The operation was successful.
As for her private life, she divorced Burton in , only to remarry him in and divorce him, permanently, in She had two more husbands, U.
Senator John Warner and construction worker Larry Fortensky , whom she met in rehab. In , Taylor converted to Judaism, and continued to identify herself as Jewish throughout her life, being active in Jewish causes.
In the s, she also developed a successful series of scents. In her later years, her acting career was relegated to the occasional TV-movie or TV guest appearance.
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Showing all items. Her multiple marriages and divorces, with only one marriage ending in widowhood. She was bridesmaid for Jane Powell for her first marriage.
Powell was bridesmaid for Taylor at her first marriage. Discharged from hospital, but later rushed back in after a suffering a brain seizure.
Said to be comfortable. Underwent successful surgery to remove the benign brain tumor. She saved Montgomery Clift 's life when he had a near fatal car crash.
She entered the car through the back door, crawled to the front seat and removed the two front teeth from Clift's throat that threatened to choke him.
Liz and Richard Burton appeared together on stage in a revival of "Private Lives. Liz was a close friend of Montgomery Clift until his death in They met for the first time when Paramount decided that she had to accompany him to the premiere of The Heiress because they were both to star in the upcoming A Place in the Sun They liked each other right away.
Clift used to call her "Bessie Mae". When he had a car accident a few years later that disfigured him, he had just left a party at Liz's house.
It was she who found him first, got into the wreck and removed some teeth from his throat that threatened to choke him. At one point during her life-threatening illness while filming BUtterfield 8 , she was actually pronounced dead.
Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the Sexiest Stars in film history Mother-in-law of Brooke Palance and Margaret Carlton.
She owned some of the world's most magnificent jewelry, including the carat "Krupp Diamond", the Duchess of Windsor diamond brooch, the Grand Duchess of Russia emeralds, the "LaPeregina Pearl" which was a Valentine present to her from Richard Burton , and the famous pear-shaped carat "Burton-Cartier Diamond" Burton gave her in subsequently renamed the "Burton-Taylor Diamond.
Considered Michael Jackson among her closest friends. In the early s, she planned to star in the movie version of the hit Broadway play "Twigs" by George Furth , in which she would have played four characters -- three sisters and their aged, cranky Bronx-Irish mother -- but the project never materialized.
Stepmother of the late Michael Todd Jr. She was a recipient of the John F. Kennedy Center Honors. Admitted in an interview with Barbara Walters in the late s that she was still willing to act but, because of her medical problems, no movie company would insure her.
In addition to many other medical problems, including a benign brain tumor she had removed, she has broken her back four times.
This caused her severe pain when walking or standing for long amounts of time. The stories of her Oscar win for BUtterfield 8 have grown legendary.
It is generally accepted as truth that she won Oscar voters by a vote of sympathy, because of the recent death of her husband, Mike Todd , and her near-fatal illness and emergency tracheotomy to save her life her scar was very visible on Oscar night.
Wisecracker and Rat Pack member Shirley MacLaine , who was favored to win for her role in The Apartment , said afterwards that "I lost out to a tracheotomy.
The premiere of her film Father of the Bride took place two days after her real-life marriage to Conrad Hilton Jr. The publicity surrounding the event is credited with helping to make the film so successful.
The marriage lasted as long as the 3 month European honeymoon. Irreconcilable differences were cited in the divorce court.
Had four children. Although born in England, her parents were actually Americans, who were just working in England.
Her ancestry included English with many colonial American roots going back to the s , as well as Swiss-German from an immigrant maternal great-grandfather , Northern Irish Scots-Irish , French, and more distant Dutch, Welsh, and Danish.
Announced in November she has been diagnosed with congestive heart failure, but vowed to continue raising funds for AIDS charities and to build a Richard Burton Memorial Theatre in Cardiff, Wales.
Was unable to give evidence at Michael Jackson 's trial due to illness. Along with Mark Hamill and Joe Mantegna , she was one of only three actors to play both themselves and a fictional character in The Simpsons She had an uncredited cameo in Burton's film Anne of the Thousand Days The rough diamond that would yield the prized stone weighed carats and was found in at South Africa's Premier mine.
Harry Winston cut and polished the diamond, which was put up for auction in The small premium was the result of the publicity Cartier garnered from selling the stone, then called the "Burton-Cartier Diamond," to the then "world's most famous couple.
The ring was the center of the classic Here's Lucy episode "Lucy Meets the Burtons," in which Lucy Carter, played by Lucille Ball , gets the famous ring stuck on her finger.
The actual ring was used and the episode was the highest rated episode of the very popular series.
Her third husband Mike Todd gave her a carat diamond ring during their marriage, a feat topped by fifth husband Richard Burton when he gave her the carat "Burton-Cartier" later renamed "Burton-Taylor" diamond.
Writer Charles Bukowski , in his newspaper column and later book "Notes of a Dirty Old Man", revealed that he loathed Taylor as an absurd icon of the celebrity-mad, media-besotted American culture that he despised.
The first runner up was Lassie. Was unable to attend the civil partnership ceremony of her friend Sir Elton John in England due to her illness.
December He then flew to Dahomey, Africa, where she was shooting The Comedians with Richard Burton to personally deliver the award, a development Burton thought odd.
Several years later Brando socialized with the Burtons, visiting them on their famous yacht the Kalizma, while they plied the Mediterreanean.
Brando's ex-wife Anna Kashfi , in her book "Brando for Breakfast" , claimed that Brando and Burton got into a fist fight aboard the yacht, probably over Liz, but nothing of the incident appears in Burton's voluminous diaries.
In his diaries, Burton found Brando to be quite intelligent but believed he suffered, like Liz did, from becoming too famous too early in his life and believed their affinity for one another was based on this both Liz and Marlon would later befriend Michael Jackson , another superstar-cum-legend who had become too famous too soon.
Burton recognized Brando as a great actor, but felt he would have been more suited to silent films due to the deficiency in his voice the famous "mumble".
As a silent film star, Burton believed Brando would have been the greatest motion picture actor ever.
In , she introduced a line of diamond and precious stone jewelry called "House of Taylor". The designs were said to be inspired by certain favorite pieces in her own collection.
She actually wrote a book on jewelry and is considered to be an authority on the subject. Cancelled her appearance at the Cannes Film Festival, prompting renewed fears about her health.
However, Taylor - who also pulled out in due to health problems - was replaced by Sharon Stone and Liza Minnelli at the gala.
May Underwent radiation therapy in for basal cell carcinoma, a form of skin cancer. After her son Michael had renounced his American citizenship for possession of marijuana, the U.
Congress passed a bill to block his deportation Her beloved dog, a Maltese named Sugar, died in Some months later, she purchased Daisy, one of Sugar's descendants.
Her older brother Howard Taylor was born in Appeared on Larry King Live to refute claims that she had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and was close to death.
Godmother of Prince Michael Jackson. In Italy, she was exclusively dubbed until the mids by Germana Calderini. As she matured, she was dubbed by Fiorella Betti.
For two of her most celebrated roles--Leslie Lynnton Benedict in Giant and Catherine Holly in Suddenly, Last Summer --Taylor was dubbed respectively by Micaela Giustiniani and Lydia Simoneschi , the only time either actress lent their voice to her.
In a interview with Entertainment Tonight 's Mary Hart , Taylor revealed that she had recently telephoned ex-husband Eddie Fisher and spoke to him for the first time in nearly forty years.
Painful hip replacements in the mids largely contributed to the demise of her last marriage. Mentioned in Walter Kirn 's novel "Thumbsucker".
She was made a Fellow of the British Film Institute in recognition of her outstanding contribution to film culture.
Her first Oscar nomination for Raintree County marks her first of 4 consecutive nominations, a feat she shares with Jennifer Jones , Thelma Ritter , Marlon Brando and Al Pacino Hospitalized with congestive heart failure and pneumonia in July and was briefly on a life support machine.
Underwent heart surgery in October to repair a leaky valve. Was a heavy smoker from ages 18 to 58, usually two packs a day. She finally quit at her physician's recommendation following a severe bout with pneumonia in Returned to work seven months after giving birth to her daughter Liza Todd in order to begin filming Cat on a Hot Tin Roof First husband Conrad Hilton Jr.
Fourth husband Eddie Fisher was a close friend of her late husband Mike Todd. Fisher left his wife Debbie Reynolds to be with Taylor.
Ex-husband Larry Fortensky underwent five hours of brain surgery and was in a coma for six weeks after falling off a balcony on January 28, Taylor immediately notified the hospital she would personally guarantee all Fortensky's medical expenses.
See the trivia page for the film for more information. Although Taylor was raised as a Christian Scientist, in , at the age of 27, she converted to Judaism.
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Her father was an art dealer, and his business brought him into contact with members of the Hollywood elite.
That was followed by a star-making performance in National Velvet as a young woman who rescues a horse and trains it to race. Taylor made a smooth transition from juvenile to adult roles in the films Life with Father , Father of the Bride , and An American Tragedy Taylor won an Academy Award for her performance as a conflicted New York call girl in Butterfield 8 , though she publicly expressed her dislike of the film.
She met and fell in love with the British actor Richard Burton while they were filming Cleopatra Both were still married at the time, and their affair became a scandal.
The couple was hounded by photographers and denounced as immoral in forums as diverse as the Vatican newspaper and the floor of the U.
House of Representatives. The two ultimately divorced their respective spouses and were themselves married twice —74, — After the mids, however, Taylor appeared only intermittently in films, Broadway plays, and television films.
Her eight marriages provided no shortage of fodder: among her husbands were film producer Michael Todd , singer Eddie Fisher , and U.
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