Knowledge Identifier: +Joan_Fontaine
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1917.
Countries: United States (71%), United Kingdom (13%), California (6%)
Linked to: Los Gatos High School, Sports Illustrated, University of Cambridge, University of Tokyo
She continued appearing in small parts in about a dozen films, including "The Women" but failed to make a strong impression and her contract was not renewed when it expired in 1939, the same year she married her first husband, British actor Brian Aherne
Brian Aherne - Between 1939 and 1945, Aherne was married to actress Joan Fontaine, which ended in divorce
Both de Havilland and Fontaine were nominated for an Academy award for Best Actress in 1942
Gary Cooper - Gary Cooper and Joan Fontaine holding their Oscars at an Academy Awards after party in 1942.
De Havilland went on to win Best Actress Oscars in 1946 and 1949
Rita Hayworth - In 1951, while still married to Hayworth, Khan was spotted dancing with the actress Joan Fontaine in the nightclub where he and his wife had met
She won good reviews for her role on Broadway in 1954 as Laura in "Tea and Sympathy", opposite Anthony Perkins
Eduard Franz - In 1956, he guest starred with Joan Fontaine in the episode "The De Santre Story" of the NBC anthology series, "The Joseph Cotten Show"
Harry Belafonte - In 1957's "Island in the Sun," there are hints of an affair between Belafonte's character and the character played by Joan Fontaine
Olivia de Havilland - The sisterly feud lasted until the death of Joan Fontaine in December 2013, even then, Joan Fontaine was determined to have the last word: