For some people, finding the perfect love is troublesome and likewise, some people cannot keep their existing love going. Keeping the relationship intact is really hard for some people, especially for celebrities.
American actress Kim Darby married not once, not twice but four times. The Golden Globe Award for Best Actress nominee, Kim, was in fleeting relationships. She married four times and was in relations with several other men.
Read everything you want to know about Kim Darby's troublesome marriages and divorces.
Kim Darby's Marriage and Divorce
Kim Darby, now retired actress is famous for True Grit, Better off Dead, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, etc. movies. She has had several relationships, including four marriages. Neither of her married affair lasted longer with any of her husbands.
Is Kim Darby In a Relationship Again?
Kim Darby aka Deborah Darby is not married or romantically linked to any men at her 70s. It seems like, she has no trust or interest on anyone again since the bitter split from her ex-partners.
Furthermore, after a long twenty-six years gap, the X-Files star Kim Darby was rumored of being in a relationship with Johnny Crawford, an American singer, actor, and musician. The duo allegedly started dating since 2007.
News had it when Kim and John were caught holding hands together on PDA. Also, Either of the parties looked very happy and enjoying each other's company.
Kim and Johnny once shared a screen in the 1960s American drama "The Restless Ones". The chemistry between them is still criticized by many. Crawford is acclaimed for portraying Mark McCain in the notorious ABC Western series, The Rifleman in the 1960s.
Darby prefers to keep her love life under the curtains she is in her 70s. She might not be involved in any kind of romantic relationship.
Kim Darby's first husband was James Stacy. Kim and James dated from 1967 before tying the knot on 20 March 1968. During their relationship, Kim was quite young because she was only 19. Kim and James share a daughter, Heather Elias.
Unfortunately, they filed for divorce nine months later. As a whole, this couple stayed together for two years from 1967 to 1969.
Kim's first husband James Stacy
Actor James Westmoreland was Kim's second husband. They walked down the aisle on 6 February 1970 but they called it quits the same year. This couple did not share a baby.
Kim Darby and James Westmoreland during their wedding
Westmoreland died of colon cancer on 14 September 2016 in California, USA. Shortly after being apart from Westmoreland, Kim married actor and producer William Tennant. They exchanged their vows in 1970 but Kim's relation did not last again. They parted their ways within a few months of their marriage.
After eight years Kim started dating actor Jack La Rue, Jr. They married in 1978 and the marriage seemed to last forever, however, after three years, she divorced him as well.
Kim Darby: Rumored Affairs
Kim's first known relationship was with Desi Arnaz Jr, however, no information is available regarding the beginning and the end of their relationship.
After her divorce with her husband, James Stacy, Kim hooked up with American actor Pete Duel in 1969 but they broke up after a year. Duel later killed himself by shooting in the head on 31 December 1971.
Similarly, Kim also dated Bruce Davison who is known for his lead role in the horror movie Williard. This duo started their relationship in May 1970 and ended in February 1971. The reason for their break-up is not known.
Moreover, Kim also stayed in a short relationship with actor David Carson in 1973. At the age of 28 in 1976, Kim had a relationship with her junior actor Andrew Stevens. Like in previous relationships, Kim and Andrew's relationship were short-lived.
Kim Darby and her current boyfriend Johnny Crawford
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Currently, Kim is in a relationship with actor Johnny Crawford for more than 11 years. They started dating from 2007 but they are still unmarried. They don't have any children together.
KIM Darby: True Grit
Miss. Darby played a vital role in Oscar-contending movie, "True Grit" alongside Glen Campbell, Hailee Steinfeld, Jeff Bridges, and Josh Brolin, John Wayne, 2010 Cohen Brothers, and Joe Namath. The story was written by author Charles Portis who died at age 86 on February 18, 2020.
The Adventure, drama, western film was made in 1969 in Japan was able to collect $252.3 million at the box office collection. The movie is based on a drunken-hard nosed U.S. Marshal and a Texas Ranger who helps a stubborn teenager find out her father's murderer in Indian territory.
Kim Darby Wiki-Bio
Kim Darby was born as Deborah Zerby on 8 July 1947 in Los Angeles under the sun sign, Cancer. She is a daughter of Budapest native Inga Wiere and Jon Zerby.
Darby had a keen interest on acting and dance from an early age. At the teen age, she began performing as a singer and dancer believing that she could not hope for serious major roles in movies. Later then, she also performed under the name "Derby Zerby" and renamed herself "Kim".
Source: Inside Edition
Apart from acting, Kim is a fine author as well. She has published two books: I Wish I May I Wish I Might and True Grit: Jeff Bridges.
Till today, she appeared in 83 movies and television shows. She is a niece of entertainer Harry Wiere, Sylvester Wiere and Herbert Wiere.
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