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Margaret Sullavan
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Actress
    (May 16, 1911-January 1, 1960)
    Acted in 'Only Yesterday (1933),' 'Little Man, What Now? (1934),' 'The Good Fairy (1935),' 'So Red the Rose (1935),' 'I Loved a Soldier (1936),' 'Next Time We Love (1936),' 'The Moon's Our Home (1936),' 'The Shining Hour (1938),' 'The Shopworn Angel (1938),' 'Three Comrades (1938),' 'The Shop Around the Corner (1940),' 'The Mortal Storm (1940),' 'Back Street (1941),' 'So Ends Our Night (1941),' 'Appointment for Love (1941),' 'Cry 'Havoc' (1943)' and 'No Sad Songs for Me (1950)'
    Died of a drug overdose at age 48
    She married four times and divorced thrice.
    She married actor Henry Fonda for just 2 months (December 1931-February 1932).
    Her marriage to director William Wyler lasted less than 2 years (1934-36).
    She was an alcoholic.
    She refused to star in the movie 'The Invisible Woman,' causing her to be suspended by Universal Studios.
    Her parenting skills are poor. Two of her three children spent time in mental institutions.
    The third child wrote a 'tell-all' book; 'Haywire,' which was turned into a made-for-TV movie starring Lee Remick.
    Though the coroner ruled her overdose death accidental, those closest to her say she committed suicide due to her depression and progressive loss of hearing.
    She turned her back on family wealth to pursue her dream of becoming an actress.
    She overcame a childhood muscular weakness ailment.
    She won the New York Film Critics Circle Award and was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in 'Three Comrades' (1939).
    She remained on friendly terms with Henry Fonda after divorcing him.
    His son Peter admired her and named his daughter Bridget after her daughter.
    She has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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