Tommy Manville passed away on 9th Oct 1967 aged 73. His last relationship was when Tommy Manville and Christina Erdlen were married for 56 years before Tommy Manville died aged 73.
Tommy Manville was previously married to Christina Erdlen (1960), Pat Gaston Manville (1957), Anita Frances Roddy-Eden (1952 - 1955), Georgina Winifred Grant Campbell (1945 - 1952), Macie Marie (Sunny) Ainsworth (1943), Wilhelmma Connelly (Billy) Boze (1942), Bonita Edwards Manville (1941 - 1942), Avonne Taylor (1930 - 1931), Lois Arlene McCoin (1925 - 1926) and Florence Hubel (1911 - 1922).
He was also engaged to Jean Sutherlin (1942).
Tommy Manville has had relationships with Greta Thyssen (1957), Madge Lowe (1942), Elinor Troy (1939), Yvonne Arden (1939), Nancy Carroll (1936), Colette Francis (1935), Marcelle Edwards (1933 - 1937), Claire Windsor (1932), Nina Pierson, Norma Taylor ( - present), Neva Lynne, Dorothy Mercer, Corrine Daly, Ruth Webb, Barbara Bannister, Alice Wallace May ( - present), Lillian Bishop, Darlene Marlowe, Lee Derick ( - present), Dolly Goering ( - present), Edith Roark and Dolores Reed.
Tommy Manville is a 73 year old American Socialite. Born Thomas Franklyn Manville, Jr on 9th April, 1894 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA, he is famous for 13 marriages to 11 women (inherited one $ million each time he Married). His zodiac sign is Aries.
Tommy Manville is a member of the following lists: Burials at Kensico Cemetery, 1967 deaths and People from New Rochelle, New York.
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Thomas Franklyn Manville, Jr., universally known as Tommy Manville (April 9, 1894 – October 9, 1967), was a Manhattan socialite and heir to the Johns-Manville asbestos fortune. He was a celebrity in the mid 20th Century, by virtue of his large financial inheritance, and his 13 marriages to 11 women. This feat won him an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records, and made him the subject of much gossip. His ninth wife Anita Manville wrote a biography, The Wives and Lives of Tommy Manville, which was seen as the inspiration of the camp musical, Lucky Wonderful: 13 Musicals About Tommy Manville by Jackie Curtis. He was probably the model for Gary Cooper’s character in the 1938 motion picture Bluebeard's Eighth Wife. Manville is also mentioned in Irving Berlin’s song What Chance Have I With Love ("Tommy Manville's love is not returned/He sells asbestos and he has learned/ That with asbestos he still gets burned") and in many other passing pop culture references and metaphors.
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