Jennifer Jones Lee Wikipedia, Radio, Weight Loss, Podcast, Biography
Jennifer Jones Lee Wikipedia, Radio, Weight Loss, Podcast, Biography – Actress and mental health advocate Jennifer Jones, sometimes known as Jennifer Jones Simon, was born in the United States. She was nominated for the Oscar five times during the course of her career, winning the Best Actress Oscar once. She also won the Best Actress Golden Globe Award for a Drama.
Jennifer Jones Lee Bio
|Jennifer Jones Lee
|Date Of Birth
|2 March 1919
|Tulsa, Okhlama, United States
|Malibu, California, United States
Jennifer Jones Lee Physical Stats
|5 feet 7 inch
Jennifer Jones Lee’s Educational Qualifications
|College or University
Jennifer Jones Lee Family
|Phillip Ross Isley
|Flora Mae Isley
|Brother / Sister
|Mary Jennifer Selznick, Robert Walker, Michael Walker
Jennifer Jones Lee’s Marital Status
|Norton Simon (m. 1971–1993), David O. Selznick (m. 1949–1965), Robert Walker (m. 1939–1945)
Jennifer Jones Lee Net Worth
|Net Worth In Dollars
|$ 785, 453
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Jennifer Jones Lee News
Jennifer Jones, 90, a popular sinner in Hollywood melodramas like “Love is a Many-Splendored Thing” and “Duel in the Sun” who earned an Academy Award for portraying a saint in “The Song of Bernadette,” passed away on Thursday at her home in Malibu, California.
She was the surviving spouse of Norton Simon, an industrialist and respected art collector.
Most reports claim that producer David O. Selznick, Jones’ second husband and one of the most influential businessmen in Hollywood, was responsible for the decline of her career. He attempted to strip her of the eccentric charms that initially enthralled spectators in order to make her into what film critic David Thomson mockingly referred to as “the greatest actress in the world.”
Few actresses have had more of a splashy debut than Jones, who enjoyed extensive press for her breakthrough role in “The Song of Bernadette” (1943). She portrayed a peasant girl from 19th-century France who had visions of the Virgin Mary in Lourdes.
When she was at her best, Jones was one of the greatest movie beauties—a stunning brunette with a silky voice and a dreamy gaze. Among her 27 films, she is best known for playing the ghostly beauty who seduces Joseph Cotten in “Portrait of Jennie” (1948) and for playing a master con artist in John Huston’s “Beat the Devil” (1953), which starred Humphrey Bogart as a competing explorer looking for uranium riches in Africa.
Most cinema experts blame her long-term relationship with producer Selznick, whom she married in 1949 after which he put her in laborious literary adaptations like “Madame Bovary” (1949) and “A Farewell to Arms” (1957), for her career collapse. Selznick disqualified her from significant roles, including those that helped Julie Harris and Eva Marie Saint become stars in “East of Eden” and “On the Waterfront,” respectively.