Ernest Hemingway  American Author

Current Status

Ernest Hemingway passed away on 2nd Jul 1961 aged 61.

Relationships

Ernest Hemingway was previously married to Mary Welsh (1945 - 1961), Martha Gellhorn (1936 - 1945), Pauline Pfeiffer (1926 - 1940) and Hadley Richardson (1921 - 1927).

He was also in relationships with Marlene Dietrich (1934 - 1960), Mae Marsh (1918), Barbara La Marr (1918), Sara Montiel, Slim Hawks, Katharine Hepburn, Agnes von Kurowsky and Josephine Baker.

Ernest Hemingway had 2 children, Patrick and Gregory.

About

Ernest Hemingway is a 61 year old American Author. Born Ernest Miller Hemingway on 21st July, 1899 in Oak Park, IL and educated at Oak Park and River Forest High School, Oak Park, IL, he is famous for The Old Man And The Sea. His zodiac sign is Cancer.

Ernest Hemingway is a member of the following lists: American male short story writers, American male journalists and Male essayists.

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Partner Comparison

NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
Ernest Hemingway61 CancerAuthor
American
Ava Gardner67 CapricornActress
American
Mary Welsh89 LeoJournalist
British
Martha Gellhorn89 ScorpioJournalist
American
Marlene Dietrich90 CapricornActress
German
Pauline Pfeiffer56 Cancer
American
Hadley Richardson87 Scorpio
British
Mae Marsh73 ScorpioActress
American
Barbara La Marr29 LeoActress
American
Sara Montiel85 PiscesActress
Spanish
Slim Hawks72 CancerSocialite
American
Katharine Hepburn96 TaurusActress
American
Agnes von Kurowsky92 CapricornMilitary
American
Josephine Baker68 GeminiDancer
American
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Children

NameGenderBornAge
Patrick
Male
Gregory
Male

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
The Sea1958Movie

Discussions

Posted commentsView all comments (5)

dirkAug 23, 2009

im trying, in vain, to find out why hilton hotels have an ammount of hemmingways writings and pictures in their lobbies

SteveFeb 6, 2009

I have 8 photos I came across while in south fl.I would like to find about value.

mfan0825Nov 1, 2007

Mr. Hemingway is THE greatest writer EVER. Brilliant writer. all his book s are so beautifully written. He`s a genius. God rest your soul and may you rest in peace!!!


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Ernest Miller Hemingway (July 21, 1899 – July 2, 1961) was an American novelist, short story writer, and journalist. His economical and understated style had a strong influence on 20th-century fiction, while his life of adventure and his public ...

Confirmed Relationships13
Longest Relationship26 yrs
Shortest Relationship5 yrs, 7 mths
Average Relationship Length5 yrs, 6 mths
First Name Ernest
Last Name Hemingway
Full Name at Birth Ernest Miller Hemingway
Age 61 (age at death) years
Birthday 21st July, 1899
Birthplace Oak Park, IL
Died 2nd July, 1961
Place of Death Ketchum, ID
Cause of Death Suicide
Height 6' 0" (183 cm)
Build Large
Eye Color Brown - Dark
Hair Color Brown - Dark
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Sexuality Straight
Religion Roman Catholic
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
High School Oak Park and River Forest High School, Oak Park, IL
Occupation Text Author, Journalist
Occupation Author
Claim to Fame The Old Man And The Sea
Father Clarence Edmonds Hemingway
Mother Grace Hall Hemingway
Brother Leicester Hemingway
Sister Marcelline Hemingway, Ursula Hemingway, Madelaine Hemingway, Carol Hemingway
Family Member Anson Hemingway (grandfather), Ernest Miller Hall (grandfather)
Friend Gary Cooper, Peter Viertel, John Huston, Ava Gardner, Robert Capa, Johnny Mayer, Howard Hawks, Leland Hayward, Conrad Hilton, Thornton Wilder, Gertrude Stein, James Joyce, Ezra Pound, Gene Van Guilder, Donald Ogden Stewart, Bill Smith, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Barbara Stanwyck
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