They've been married how many times?
Superstar Tom Cruise has learned from experience that marriage is a risky business. He may have thought he was the "top gun" in all of his relationships, but his ex-wives apparently don’t agree.
Kelsey Grammer’s multiple marriages suggest that he may have as much trouble with committed relationships as Dr. Frasier Crane, the character he made a permanent part of television history. Grammer and his newest wife, Kayte Walsh, seem happy together, but his ongoing public feud with ex-wife Camille isn’t earning him many cheers from his fans
Author Danielle Steel’s personal life has been as steamy and romantic as the plot of one of her best-selling novels. She met one of her husbands while he was in prison and married another husband the day after she divorced the previous one. At the time, she was eight months pregnant with her new husband’s child.
In the early 1970s, Rok and Roll Hall of Famer Gregg Allman told the world that he was born a “Ramblin’ Man”—and then he went on to prove it with a series of marriages that spanned more than three decades.
Numerous magazines have named model and actress Christie Brinkley one of the most attractive women of all time, and in 2012 the Daily Mail placed her third on its list of the “World’s 20 Richest Models.” That combination of beauty and independence is a draw for many successful men, which may account in part for Brinkley’s multiple marriages.
Among television journalist and talk-show host Barbara Walters’ marriages are two to the same man, the legendary TV producer Merv Adelson, but all of her marriages thus far have ended in divorce. “I'm convinced that you stay married when the sex is bad, only because you really want to be,” Walters told The New York Times in 1996. “But I always had an out. I had this job, and this life and enough money. I didn't have to fight the bad days.”
This former child star and consummate actor has had one of the longest careers in show business—he has made films during each of the nine decades he has been alive—but that longevity doesn’t apply to any of his marriages. The frequently married actor offered a bit of comic advice to prospective newlyweds: “Always get married in the morning. That way if it doesn't work out, you haven't wasted the whole day.”
Doris Day was a huge box office star and a chart-topping singer, two careers that she pursued only after an automobile accident during her teen years damaged her legs and ended her dream of becoming a dancer. Although Day often starred in romantic comedies as a girl-next-door character who would blush at the thought of a kiss, her personal life included several marriages.