Biography - A Short Wiki
Lauren was born September 16, 1924 as Betty Joan Perske. She was Jewish. Bacall became one of the biggest Hollywood stars and played in such timeless classics like How to Marry a Millionaire, Dark Passage, and Woman of the Year. Lauren was married to Humphrey Bogart until his early death. Her second husband was Jason Robards but the couple divorced in 1969. Bacall gave birth to three kids. She died on stroke in August 12, 2014.
Here is a short summary of Lauren Bacall's career:
Lauren Bacall was born as Betty Joan Perske on September 16, 1924 in the Bronx borough of New York City. She was the only child of Jewish parents Natalie, who worked as a secretary, and William, who worked in sales. When Bacall was five, her parents divorced; she subsequently lived with her mother. Bacall attended Highland Manor Boarding School for Girls in Tarrytown, New York, and then Julia Richman High School in Manhattan.
Family and Personal Life
In 1945, Bacall married Humphrey Bogart. Together, they had a son named Stephen and a daughter named Leslie. The two remained together until Bogart’s passing in 1957. Subsequently, Bacall became romantically involved with Frank Sinatra for a time. Following this, she met and started dating Jason Robards. The couple was repeatedly denied a marriage license due to documentation issues, but eventually married in Ensenada, Mexico in 1961. Bacall and Robards had a son named Sam. They later divorced in 1969.
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Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Age (as of today)
|Date of Birth
|September 16, 1924
|Place of Birth
|1.73 m, 5 feet 8 inches
|56 kg, 123 lbs
|Net Worth / Wealth
|Actor, Author, Model, Spokesperson, Voice Actor
Height, Weight, and Age
Lauren Bacall's height is pretty average measuring 1.73 m. The actor weighs 56 kg. Being born on September 16, 1924, translates to an age of 89 years as of todays date (February 29, 2024).
"I never believed marriage was a lasting institution. I thought that to be married for five years was to be married forever."Lauren Bacall
"If I could have lived as an actress in any period, it would have been the 1920s - I would have loved to have been part of that speakeasy era."Lauren Bacall
"Movies are great fun and wonderful when they're good. But you never get to see them till six months after they're finished. So you never get a sense of whether they're really well liked or how good they are. And you don't really know what the finished product is going to be like, because it's a director's medium."Lauren Bacall
"I am not a has-been. I am a will be."Lauren Bacall
"My feeling about the movies is that most of them are terrible. If you don't have a decent script and a decent director, forget it."Lauren Bacall