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Edie Sedgwick

Knowledge Identifier: +Edie_Sedgwick

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Edie Sedgwick

American actress, socialite, fashion model and heiress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1943.

Countries: United States (50%), United Kingdom (11%), France (7%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Andy Warhol, Kyra Sedgwick, Theodore Sedgwick (writer)

Linked to: Dutch West India Company, St. Timothy's School, The Weinstein Company, Williams College

 

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Edie Sedgwick was born in 1943 add something


1960

Endicott Peabody (educator) - Governor Endicott Peabody was a grandchild, and his great-grandchildren include author Frances FitzGerald, model Penelope Tree, actress Kyra Sedgwick , and 1960's cultural icon Edie Sedgwick

 

Theodore Sedgwick (writer) - His descendants include the 1960s model and actress Edie Sedgwick and the contemporary actress Kyra Sedgwick

 

Talitha Getty - She died within the same twelve month period as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Edie Sedgwick and Jim Morrison, other cultural icons of the 1960s


1961

A Sedgwick Genealogy, Descendants of Deacon Benjamin Sedgwick, New Haven Colony Historical Society, 1961 Sedgwick's mother was the daughter of Henry Wheeler de Forest add something


1962

In the fall of 1962, at Fuzzy's insistence, Sedgwick was committed to the Silver Hill Hospital in New Canaan, Connecticut add something


1963

Francis had a troubled life; he became an alcoholic in his early teens, triggering a downward spiral of drug and alcohol abuse, and in late 1963 he suffered a serious breakdown and was admitted to Bellevue Hospital before being transferred to Silver Hill add something

 

In the fall of 1963, Sedgwick moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts and began studying art with her cousin Lily Saarinen add something

 

Sedgwick's eldest brother Bobby was experiencing serious mental health problems, and in late 1963, a few months before Minty's breakdown, Bobby too suffered a breakdown and his sister Saucie had to have him admitted to Bellevue add something

 

Shortly after this, in May 1963, on the day before his twenty-sixth birthday, Minty hanged himself with a tie from the door of his bathroom at Silver Hill add something


1964

Francis , who had a particularly unhappy relationship with Fuzzy, suffered several breakdowns, eventually committing suicide in 1964 while in a psychiatric hospital add something

 

She lived at first with her senile grandmother, who had an apartment on 75th Street, but in late fall 1964 she took an apartment in the East Sixties between Fifth and Madison, which her mother decorated lavishly add something

 

Bobby was asked not to attend the Sedgwick Christmas gathering in California and on December 31, 1964 Bobby suffered critical head injuries when his bike slammed into the side of a bus on Eighth Avenue in New York City; he never regained consciousness and died in hospital twelve days later, aged 31 add something


1965

Her oldest brother Robert , who suffered from mental health problems, died in a motorcycle accident in 1965 add something

 

However, by late 1965, Sedgwick and Warhol's relationship had deteriorated and Sedgwick requested that Warhol no longer show any of her films add something

 

Sedgwick became known as "The Girl of the Year" in 1965 after starring in several of Warhol's short films in the 1960s add something

 

Filming of "Poor Little Rich Girl" started in March 1965 in Sedgwick's apartment add something

 

In March 1965, Sedgwick met artist and avant-garde filmmaker Andy Warhol at Lester Persky's apartment add something

 

She began going to The Factory regularly in March 1965 with her friend, Chuck Wein add something

 

On April 30, 1965, Warhol took Sedgwick, Chuck Wein and Gerard Malanga to the opening of his exhibition at the Sonnabend Gallery in Paris add something


1966

Throughout most of 1966, Sedgwick was involved in an intensely private yet tumultuous relationship with Dylan's closest friend, Bob Neuwirth add something

 

"Lupe" is often thought to be Sedgwick's last Warhol film, but Sedgwick filmed "The Andy Warhol Story" with Rene Ricard in 1966, almost a year after she filmed "Lupe" add something


1969

In August 1969, she was hospitalized in the psychiatric ward of Cottage Hospital after being arrested for drug offenses by the local police add something


1970

Sedgwick was in the hospital again in the summer of 1970, but was let out under the supervision of a psychiatrist, two nurses, and the live-in care of filmmaker John Palmer and his wife Janet add something


Edie Sedgwick died in 1971 add something

 

Sedgwick married Michael Post on July 24, 1971, and under his influence she reportedly stopped abusing alcohol and other drugs for a short time add something

 

On the night of November 15, 1971, Sedgwick went to a fashion show at the Santa Barbara, California Museum, a segment of which was filmed for the television show "An American Family" add something


1972

The film would not be released until February 1972 add something


1989

It appeared on their fourth studio album Sonic Temple in 1989 add something


2004

Peter Braunstein - In 2004 he wrote the off-off-broadway play "Andy & Edie" about the relationship between Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick


2006

In December 2006, several weeks before the release of the controversial "Factory Girl", the Weinstein Company and the film's producers interviewed Sedgwick's older brother, Jonathan, who said that Sedgwick told him she had aborted a baby she claimed was Dylan's add something

 

Cary Elwes - He made an uncredited appearance as Sam Green, the man who introduced Andy Warhol to Edie Sedgwick, in the 2006 film "Factory Girl"

 

Brian Bell (musician) - In 2006, Bell made his on-screen debut, playing Lou Reed in the Edie Sedgwick biopic, "Factory Girl

 

Nico - She was later portrayed by Meredith Ostrom in the 2006 film, "Factory Girl", which chronicles the life of fellow "Warhol Superstar", Edie Sedgwick


2007

Andy Warhol - Guy Pearce portrayed Warhol in the 2007 film, "Factory Girl", about Edie Sedgwick's life

 

Boho-chic - "Sunday Times Style", 18 March 2007 The "Sunday Times" cited the 1960s singer Mary Hopkin as influencing the use of bandannas, while, around the same time, Sienna Miller's appearance as 1960s "starlet" Edie Sedgwick in the film "Factory Girl" positioned her once more as a bohemian style icon


2018

It appears on the band's album 7 released in 2018 add something