Knowledge Identifier: +Deborah_Kerr
Kerr's first marriage was to Royal Air Force Squadron Leader Anthony Bartley on 29 November 1945
Her role as a troubled nun in "Black Narcissus" in 1947 brought her to the attention of Hollywood producers
Val Lewton - Following his association with Paramount, Lewton worked again for MGM, where he produced the Deborah Kerr film "Please Believe Me", released in 1950
Robert Taylor (actor) - In 1950, Taylor landed the role of General Marcus Vinicius in "Quo Vadis", opposite Deborah Kerr
In 1955, Kerr won the Sarah Siddons award for her performance in Chicago during a national tour of the play
Anna Leonowens - In 1956, a film version was released, with Deborah Kerr starring in the role of Leonowens and Brynner reprising his role as the king
In 1967, at the age of 46, she starred in "Casino Royale", achieving the distinction of being the oldest 'Bond Girl' in any James Bond film
In 1969, pressure of competition from younger, upcoming actresses made her agree to appear nude in John Frankenheimer's "The Gypsy Moths", the only nude scene in Kerr's career
In 1975, she returned to Broadway, creating the role of Nancy in Edward Albee's Pulitzer-winning play "Seascape"
John Shrapnel - He is the son-in-law of Deborah Kerr through his 1975 marriage to her younger daughter Francesca Ann Bartley
Madhur Jaffrey - She starred alongside Deborah Kerr in the 1985 made-for-TV movie "The Assam Garden"
However, the British Film Institute's Josephine Botting curated a "Deborah Kerr Season," which included almost 20 of her feature films as well as an exhibition of posters, other cinemabilia, and personal items on loan from Deborah Kerr's family, which took place in September and October 2010