Vivien Leigh Biography
Vivien Leigh is best known as Actress who has an estimated Net Worth of $10 Million. She became immortalized as Scarlet O'Hara in the 1939 Civil War romance film Gone with the Wind. Her other notable films include Fire Over England, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Tovarich. She was born on November 5,1913, Darjeeling, India. She suffered from bipolar disorder. She studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. She starred with Marlon Brando in the movie A Streetcar Named Desire. She was married to Laurence Olivier from 1940 to 1960. She was previously married to Herbert Leigh Holman whom she had a daughter with. Her zodiac sign is Scorpio
Vivien Leigh Bio, Wiki
|Full Name at Birth||Vivian Mary Hartley|
|Alternative Name||Viv, V, Vivling, Vivian Hartley, Vivien Hartley, Vivian Mary Hartley, Lady Olivier, Vivien Leigh|
|Age||53 (age at death) years|
|Birthday||5th November, 1913|
|Died||8th July, 1967|
|Place of Death||London, England, UK|
|Cause of Death||Tuberculosis|
|Height||5' 3″ (160 cm)|
|Weight||119lbs (54 kg)|
|Hair Color||Brown – Dark|
|Distinctive Feature||Hair, Eyes, Beauty, Smirk, Figure|
|High School||Convent of the Sacred Heart, Roehampton, England|
|University||Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (King`s College London)|
|Claim to Fame||Gone With The Wind|
|Year(s) Active||1933–67, 1917–67, 1935–1967|
|Official Websites||www.rottentomatoes.com/celebrity/vivien_leigh, www.biography.com/people/vivien-leigh-9378241, www.allmovie.com/artist/vivien-leigh-p41659|
|Father||Ernest Hartley (banker and horse trainer for the Indian army in WWI)|
|Mother||Gertrude Yackjee (Irish)|
|Friend||Rachel Kempson (the mother of Oscar-winning actress Vanessa Redgrave), Kay Kendall, Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, David Niven, Sir John Gielgud, Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart, Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Sunny Alexander, Bobby Helpmann, Noel Coward, Maureen O'Sullivan, Tennessee Williams, Clark Gable, Carole Lombard, Olivia DeHavilland|
|Pets||Jupiter (Dog) , Sebastian (Dog), Siamese cats (Cat), New Boy (Cat – Siamese, given to her by Laurence Olivier), Poo Jones (Cat – Siamese), Tissy (Cat – Tabby cat, stray cat until Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier found it), Armando (Cat – Siamese cat), Nicholas (Cat), Christmas (Cat), Snow (Cat), Cleopatra (cow), Sabina (cow)|
|Favorite People||Charles Dickens (Author)|
|Favorite Foods||French Cuisine|
|Favorite Colors||Green, Red, White, Blue|
Vivien Leigh Dating, Husband, Boyfriends and RelationshipsRest in peace.
- John Merivale and Vivien Leigh were in a relationship for 6 years before Vivien Leigh died aged 53.
- Vivien Leigh is rumored to have hooked up with Warren Beatty in 1961.
- Vivien Leigh and Orson Welles had an encounter in 1951.
- Elia Kazan and Vivien Leigh had an encounter in 1951.
- Vivien Leigh and Marlon Brando had an encounter in 1951.
- Peter Finch and Vivien Leigh had a relationship from 1948 to 1953.
- Justin Mitchell and Vivien Leigh had an encounter in 1939.
- Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh were married for 20 years. They dated for 2 years after getting together in Nov 1936. After a 1 year engagement they married on 31st Aug 1940. 20 years later they divorced on 2nd Dec 1960.
- Alexander Korda and Vivien Leigh had an encounter in 1935.
- Herbert Holman and Vivien Leigh were married for 7 years. They dated for 8 months after getting together in Apr 1932 and married on 20th Dec 1932. 7 years later they divorced on 19th Feb 1940.
- Jean-Pierre Aumont had an encounter with Vivien Leigh.
- Vivien Leigh had an encounter with Richard Burton.
- John Buckmaster and Vivien Leigh had a relationship.
- Stewart Granger had an encounter with Vivien Leigh.
- Ona Munson had an encounter with Vivien Leigh.
- Peter O'Toole had an encounter with Vivien Leigh.
- Rex Harrison and Vivien Leigh had a relationship.
- Robert Capa had an encounter with Vivien Leigh.
Vivien Leigh Children
|suzanne||Female||12th October, 1933||87 years old||Herbert Holman|
Vivien Leigh Movies and TV Shows
|Ship of Fools||1965||Mary Treadwell||Movie|
|The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone||1961||Karen Stone||Movie|
|The Deep Blue Sea||1955||Hester Collyer||Movie|
|ITV Play of the Week||1955||Sabina||TV Show|
|A Streetcar Named Desire||1951||Blanche||Movie|
|Anna Karenina||1948||Anna Karenina||Movie|
|The Ed Sullivan Show||1948||Singer||TV Show|
|Caesar and Cleopatra||1945||Cleopatra||Movie|
|That Hamilton Woman||1941||Emma Lady Hamilton||Movie|
|21 Days Together||1940||Wanda||Movie|
|Gone with the Wind||1939||Scarlett – Their Daughter||Movie|
|A Yank at Oxford||1938||Elsa Craddock||Movie|
|Sidewalks of London||1938||Liberty aka Libby||Movie|
|Dark Journey||1937||Madeleine Goddard||Movie|
|Fire Over England||1937||Cynthia||Movie|
|Storm in a Teacup||1937||Victoria Gow||Movie|
|Gentlemen's Agreement||1935||Phil Stanley (as Vivian Leigh)||Movie|
|Look Up and Laugh||1935||Marjorie Belfer (as Vivian Leigh)||Movie|
|The Village Squire||1935||Rose Venables (as Vivian Leigh)||Movie|
|Things Are Looking Up||1935||Schoolgirl (uncredited)||Movie|
Vivien Leigh Net Worth
|Estimated Net Worth 2020||$10 Million|
|Income Source||Primary Income source Movie Actress (profession).|