Se lives in NYC,NY.
Michael Howard Wilding
Elizabeth Taylor died March 23, 2011.
There is no record that Elizabeth Taylor, during her lifetime, donated any diamond to the Smithsonian.
In the 1949 version of Little Women, Elizabeth Taylor played the role of Amy.
You can read more, below.
Sir Robert Taylor, architect, had only one child, Michelangelo Taylor, barrister and MP, as made clear by his will.
1932, at birth to American parents living in London.
Numerous children, but an exact number is never consistently revealed in biographies of Dame Elizabeth (she loathed being called "Liz").
Some of Elizabeth's jewels went to family and friends who were unpublicized with the exception of Debbie Reynolds who received an undescribed ruby piece. The rest were sold at auction. Christie's reported that the auction of the major jewels (those not included with her Haute Couture) realized a staggering total of $137,235,575.00 US Dollars making it the most valuable private collection of jewelry ever put up for auction.
The top lot of the sale was the legendary 16th century La Peregrina Pearl which realized a double record setting $11,842,500.00 US Dollars. The world records set were for the highest price for an historic pearl and for a pearl jewel. Fascinating since Richard Burton only paid $37,000 US Dollars for it in 1967.
The total value of Dame Elizabeth's jewels could exceed $150,000,000.00 US Dollars when the ones in the online auction and those included in the Haute Couture auctions are included.
Michael was on the daytime soap Guiding Light 1985-87, and on the nighttime soap Dallas during the 1989 season.
elizabeth Taylor was born on February 27, 1932
The Queen's favorite drink is a form of dubonnet cocktail.. one part Gin and three parts dubonnet, served in her personal crystal glass with a pitless slice of lemon under two ice cubes.
It is an impossible question to directly answer. What about legitimate Queens such as Elizabeth II ( of Windsor)? who have pictures up all over government offices in UK and colonies? what about posthumous published stuff honoring Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield, etc. It was claimed Jayne Mansfield was on 400 different magazine covers, but this has been believe to have been eclipsed by a still living Actress who hails from the Red, White and Green. Running lights Red, white, and Green, Movie Queen born today- yes GINA she rolled off the lines, on Independence Day! ( July 4, l927)
Upon her death, her belongings became the property of The Elizabeth Taylor Trust, unless otherwise bequeathed. Dame Elizabeth's will has not been made public, but many of her possessions were publicly sold or auctioned netting more than $190,000,000. It has been stated that she set up individual trust funds for her children many years ago. With her net worth of more than $600,000,000.00, one may assume that with their trusts and shares of the sale of her possessions, Michael, Christopher, Liza, and Maria are very, very wealthy.
The couple was married from May 6, 1950-Jan. 29, 1951.
Larry Fortensky received $1 million in his divorce settlement from Elizabeth Taylor. A stipulation of their prenuptial agreement was that he receive $1 million if the marriage lasted at least five years, which it did.
Yes. She was laid to rest in an elaborate but modest Mahogany coffin. An unusual fact is that the Casket was Non-Magnetic, contained no metallic substances ( unless some jewels were buried with the actress). I have no idea why a Paramagnetic coffin ( to get technical) was used. these are very expensive to fabricate as special joints and glues are used in construction- and no nails or metallic fittings.
Thomas McKeown is an OWS activist, Economist, Social Scientist and Money Manager who lives in Idaho. He graduated from Boise State University, is a member of the International Economic Foundation, and the American Association of Fraud Examiners. He conducts numerous seminars though out the Country and Europe on financial fraud within the investment arena, is originally from New Jersey and spent 35 years on Wall Street. He is Elizabeth Taylor's son-in-law, married to Maria Burton. He is associated with Elliot Prechtor, Peter Schiff and the Philosopher Sam Keen. He is currently working on a documentary exposing the corruption within the financial arena of the US government and the social impacts of American financial malfeasance.
Financially, Dame Elizabeth was doing very well before her death on March 23, 2011.
During her divorce from Larry Fortensky, Dame Elizabeth's net worth was estimated at $608.43 million (1994). That figure could now be well in excess of $1 billion as a 2002 estimate of the value of her jewelry alone was quoted as $80-$150 million.
The 1994 breakdown is listed as follows:
In one year in the 1990s, it was estimated that she earned about $2 per second ($62.9 million per year). It is estimated that her perfume line earns her more than $12 million a year.
Funeral services were conducted by a Rabbi. some of the last photos of Liz alive show her wearing a Star of David pendant. I guess that covers all six points! She was converted to the Jewish Faith.
Elizabeth Taylor married Conrad Hilton, Jr when she was 18 years old.
The cast of The American Film Institute Salute to Elizabeth Taylor - 1993 includes: Steve Allen as himself Kathy Bates as herself Carol Burnett as Herself - Host Michael Caine as himself Pam Dawber as herself Suzanne De Passe as herself Faye Dunaway as herself Mark Harmon as himself Dennis Hopper as himself Lena Horne as herself Michael Jackson as himself Mathilde Krim as herself Angela Lansbury as herself Michele Lee as herself Roddy McDowall as himself Jayne Meadows as herself Dina Merrill as herself Michael Nesmith as himself Ross Perot as himself Jada Pinkett Smith as herself Sidney Poitier as himself Kelly Preston as herself Dennis Quaid as himself Meg Ryan as herself Telly Savalas as himself Tom Selleck as himself Elizabeth Taylor as Herself - Guest of Honor John Travolta as himself Michael York as himself
No, but Elvis wanted to record Dolly's song I Will Always Love You, but his manager wouldn't let Elvis record it unless he got have of the publishing rights. Dolly wouldn't give up her publishing, so it never got recorded.