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(1969 - 1980) (divorced)
Peter Hall (I)
(1956 - 1966) (divorced) 2 children
(1951 - 1954) (divorced)
(? - ?)
Biography from Leonard Maltin's Movie Encyclopedia:
The beautiful Caron, a dancer from age 10, was dancing in the Ballets des Champs-Elysées when she was spotted by Gene Kelly, then scouting Paris for a leading lady to appear opposite him in his paean to George Gershwin, An American in Paris (1951). She got the job, making a spectacular film debut, entrancing audiences with a warm, natural performance, and winning an MGM contract in the bargain. Lithe, charming Caron-whose pouty lips and (occasionally) imperious facial expressions immediately tip her nationality-toiled in dramas as well as musicals while at Metro. Her films include The Man With a Cloak (1951), Glory Alley (1952), The Story of Three Loves (1953), Lili (also 1953, one of Caron's best, earning her a Best Actress Oscar nomination), The Glass Slipper, Daddy Long Legs (1955, opposite Fred Astaire, made on loan to Fox), Gaby (1956), and Gigi (1958, another triumph for MGM).
Caron expanded her repertoire with solid work in a serious drama, The L-Shaped Room (1963), proving she didn't need to wear dancing shoes to keep moviegoers riveted and earning another Oscar nomination. Alas, many of her subsequent films-foreign-made efforts alternating with Hollywood productions-weren't particularly memorable: Father Goose (1964, with Cary Grant), Is Paris Burning? (1966), Madron (1970), Chandler (1971), The Man Who Loved Women (the 1977 French version), Goldengirl (1979), Chanel Solitaire (1981), Dangerous Moves (1985), The Sealed Train (1987), Dirty Night (1990), Damage (1992), and Funny Bones (1995).