Did Clark Gable know his children?
Who inherited Clark Gables estate?
Clark Gable (1901 - 1960)
His Will, which he signed on September 19, 1955, leaves all his property to his former wife, Josephine Dillon and his current wife, Kathleen G. Gable. He died on November 16, 1960 in Los Angeles, California. For more information about Clark Gable, please see his biography in Wikipedia.
What happened to Clark Gables son?
Clark Gable III was born in September 1988, and he was the American actor's second child and only son. He was an actor, model, and TV presenter. According to the Dallas County Medical Examiner, Clark passed on in February 2019, and his cause of death was an accidental drug overdose.
But it turns out that Gable had at least one other child. In 1994, a former actress named Judy Lewis revealed in a memoir that she was the secret love child of Clark Gable and actress Loretta Young, the New York Times reported.
Clark James Gable
Judy Lewis (born Judith Young; November 6, 1935 – November 25, 2011) was an American actress, writer, producer, and therapist. She was the secret biological daughter of actors Loretta Young and Clark Gable.
The invitees included amongst others: Clark Gable's father; Carole's two brothers, Frederich and Stewart; Madalynne Fields Lang, Carole longtime friend and former secretary, (her husband, Walter Lange served as a pall bearer); Dixie Pantages Karlson, Carole's lifetime friend and her husband, director Phil Karlson;
Gable was a ladies' man both on and off-screen, and he was married five times over the course of his life. His wives included his first theater director Josephine Dillon, socialite Rhea Langham (Maria Franklin Prentiss Lucas Langham), actress Carole Lombard, Lady Sylvia Ashley and actress Kay Williams Spreckels.
The producers of Cheaters currently reiterate the reality of each episode in a legalistic message at its end, though a Federal Communications Commission representative confirmed to the Houston Press that "there's no law or regulation against presenting acted-out scenarios as reality on television."
In December 2002, he replaced Tommy Habeeb as host of Cheaters. In early 2003, Greco was allegedly stabbed by a cheating boyfriend when the Cheaters crew boarded the man's boat; however, on November 3, 2009, the news magazine program Inside Edition interviewed the female companion, who said it was all staged.
Judy Lewis, a psychotherapist and former actress who wrote a book about her complicated heritage as the illegitimate daughter of Hollywood stars Loretta Young and Clark Gable, died of cancer Nov. 25 in Gladwyne, Pa. She was 76. The death was confirmed by her daughter, Maria Tinney Dagit.
While Powell and Myrna Loy made a classic screen couple in no fewer than 14 films together, including six “Thin Man” outings, it was Harlow and Powell that were in love.
When she did not return to set, a concerned Gable visited her and later remarked that she was severely bloated and that he smelled urine on her breath when he kissed her—both signs of kidney failure.
Biographies and first-hand accounts usually say that Harlow's kidney failure was due to a complication of her scarlet fever as a child. Combined with the scarlet fever and alcohol, Harlow's exposure to this much ammonia and bleach every week could very well have played a role in her death.
By the time she met William Powell in 1934 Harlow, age 23, had been married three times. He had been married twice. Later she called Powell the love of her life.