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Longest Hollywood Marriages: These Actors Manage to Have Happy and Long-lasting Relationships

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There is a theory that emotional relationships in the dream industry are quickly reversed, whether due to film commitments, adultery or substance abuse, but these married couples prove that they succeed even after so many decades.

It is believed that marriages are among the short-lived stars. But there are exceptions where love is measured for decades.

Jeff Bridges and Susan Geston

The famous actor recorded more than 50 films, but he never won a major film award, although he was nominated several times. Nevertheless, he left a great trail in American and world cinema. With Susan Geston, a professional photographer, she has been married since 1977. They met while filming the “Rancho¬†Deluxe”, and she worked as a waitress at a nearby tavern. Brides rarely talk about his wife, but once admitted that it took him only a week to fall in love with her. Earlier all day, he gathered the courage to ask her to leave, but she refused it for the first time. They have three children.


Jeff Bridges and Susan Geston

Kirk Douglas and Anne Buydens

This couple spent an unbelievable 61 years in a marriage. The famous actor and publicist Anne got acquainted in 1954 on the film “The Love Act”. At that time, he was freshly divorced from Diane Dill. After a brief tie, they escaped to Las Vegas to get married. Kirk has four sons: from the first marriage of Michael, also a famous actor, and Joel, and from the second Peter and Eric who in 2004 died from overdoses. That same year Douglas renewed marriage vows as a sign of mutual support.


Kirk Douglas and Anne Buydens

Martin Sheen and Janet Templeton

Unlike his son, also actor Charlie, Martin is one of the most trusted people in Hollywood. The couple has been married for more than five decades: they married in 1961. They have four children, three sons, and a daughter, one of whom is another actor, Emilio Estevez, and they are proud of their grandmother and ten deserted grandchildren. At the celebration of the golden wedding, Martin said that Janet is the most honest person he knows and trusts: “I love her whole heart, she is the only constant in my life, shoulder to shoulder and support.”


Martin Sheen and Janet Templeton

Sean Connery and Micheline Roxbury

According to many, the best James Bond (85) ever and his three years younger wife are married for 40 years. Micheline has gained the reputation of a woman who knows how to be at the center of attention for her husband but also to protect him from temptation.

For example, when he was filming a movie with Katherine-Zitta Jones, Micheline allegedly told her to “reduce the experience” since this interview described his kissing technique. It should not surprise because the famous “agent 007” is considered the biggest seduction among film spies.


Sean Connery and Micheline Roxbury

Meryl Streep and Don Gummer

The famous Oscar-winning celebrated in September 37 years of marriage with the gamer Gamer. Their marriage is one of the most successful in the world known. They have four children. After a brief amusement, they married in 1978 at her parents’ house. Prior to that, Meryl was in a relationship that was tragically interrupted: her fianc√©, actor John Kazal died of bone cancer, and she nursed him until the last day. That same year she met her current wife, in which she obviously found great consolation and support.


Meryl Streep and Don Gummer

Dustin Hoffman and Lisa Gottsegen

Oskar Hoffman has long argued that marriage is totally unknown to him, especially after his failure with his first wife, En Bern, with whom she has two daughters. However, he seems to have met all the magic of living together with his other wife Lisa, a lawyer by profession. They married in 1980 and got four children. Though rarely tells details from private life, the actor once revealed the secret of her harmonious marriage: it is the fact that the two live their lives while sharing space.


Dustin Hoffman and Lisa Gottsegen
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