Knowledge Identifier: +Claire_Bloom
She made her stage debut in 1946, when she was 15, with the Oxford Repertory Theatre
She was chosen by Charlie Chaplin in 1952 to appear in his film "Limelight", which catapulted Bloom to stardom, and remains one of her most memorable roles
Her first marriage, in 1959, was to actor Rod Steiger, whom she had met when they both performed in the play "Rashomon"
Bloom's third marriage on 29 April 1990, was to writer Philip Roth, her longtime companion
Barry Newman - Then, in the early 1990's, Newman went to London to star in the BBC's production of Miss Marple, "The Mirror Cracked", with Claire Bloom
Daniel Lavoie - In 2002 Lavoie appeared in a Canadian TV film directed by Claude Fournier "The book of Eve", alongside the legendary Claire Bloom
In 2003, Bloom did a stage reading of Milton's "Samson Agonistes" along with actor John Neville at Bryn Mawr College at the behest of poet Karl Kirchwey
In December 2009, she appeared in the BBC's "Doctor Who" alongside David Tennant in his final story as the Tenth Doctor, as a Time Lord credited only as "The Woman
Her most recent appearance in a Hollywood film was in the 2010 film "The King's Speech"