Jamie Lee Curtis was born in to the Hollywood power couple of their day. They produced two daughters, Kelly Lee in and then Jamie Lee two years later, before their divorce after eleven years of marriage. She married her husband Christopher Haden-Guest , a British aristocrat in and the couple have two children. And, check out Popdust's previous Conspiracy Theory Thursday posts here.
Tony Curtis June 3, - September 29, was an American film actor. Famous for his thick black wavy hair, handsome good looks, flashing long eyelashes and trademark New York accent, he was popular during the late s and early s, the actor's most enduring role has been in Some Like It Hot with Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe. He has appeared in over films since His father was a tailor who had left his home country to find a new life in the United States. In the early days the family lived in the back of his tailor's shop, parents in one corner and Tony and his brothers Julius and Robert in another.
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Sign in. Curtis himself admits that while he had almost no formal education, he was a student of the "school of hard knocks" and learned from a young age that the only person who ever had his back was himself, so he learned how to take care of both himself and younger brother, Julius. Curtis grew up in poverty, as his father, Emanuel, who worked as a tailor, had the sole responsibility of providing for his entire family on his meager income. This led to constant bickering between Curtis's parents over money, and Curtis began to go to movies as a way of briefly escaping the constant worries of poverty and other family problems. The financial strain of raising two children on a meager income became so tough that in , Curtis's parents decided that their children would have a better life under the care of the state and briefly had Tony and his brother admitted to an orphanage.