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Actor Christopher Lloyd regrets not starting a family with any of his 4 wives

HOLLYWOOD - MARCH 23: Actor Christopher Lloyd attends the Tribeca Film launch event and 2010 Tribeca Film Festival celebration at Station Hollywood at W Hollywood Hotel on March 23, 2010 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)

Not everyone gets to marry four times in one lifetime. Well, it is for you, our readers, to decide if marrying four times is lucky or just sad. But one thing’s certain, although Christopher Lloyd may not be disappointed about his four failed marriages; he definitely regrets not starting a family. And that is one thing he may regret for the rest of his life.

Christopher Allen Lloyd is an American actor who is mostly noted for his major roles in the hit Back to the Future trilogy, playing Jim Ignatowski in the television series Taxi, Uncle Fester in The Addams Family and Addams Family Values, and Judge Doom in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Throughout his life, the actor, now age 76, has featured in over hundreds of movies, from cameo appearances to major roles in super hit films. During his lifetime, Lloyd won three Primetime Emmy Awards and an Independent Spirit Award and nominations for two Saturn Awards and a Daytime Emmy Awards. He has also been cast in many animation movies and his voice has been dubbed for many villainous characters.

As we said, Lloyd has been married four times. His first marriage was with Catharine Dallas Dixon Boyd on the June of 1959. The couple divorced in 1971 after 12 years of marriage. Why they separated was not mentioned, but it appears to be a mutual understanding. Nonetheless, the marriage was so many years back that we doubt if even the former couple remember why they divorced. Just Kidding!!!!

Lloyd’s second marriage was with Kay Tornborg which lasted from 1974 to 1987. Predictably, the two met at the film studio (or was it an award ceremony…anyways it was either of the two). Tornborg is an actress who is mostly known for her roles in movies such as Foxes (1980), Who? (1973) and Not My Kid(1985). His third marriage was to Carol Ann Vanek. The two married back in the late 1980s and the marriage lasted for eleven years. Eventually, they separated.

His fourth and hopefully his last marriage was with Jane Walker Wood. Wood is the screenwriter of the famous movie Bob the Butler. The two had married back in 1992 and after some years of fine romance, they separated in 2005. This time too, he had no children with his spouse. The couple was in the news after news broke out that Lloyd had sold the house he shared with Wood. After reducing the price of their home to $6.5m, Lloyd finally sold his house. He had initially bought the house for a reported $1.6m.

Well, now old and certainly not eager to have a baby, the accomplished actor, who has starred in various TV shows, must regret not having children and not being able to be a father.

Actor Jackie Earle Haley, age 54, and third wife Amelia Cruz thinking of adopting children?


Actor Jackie Earle Haley, aged 54, and his third wife Amelia Cruz might be thinking of adopting children, according to recent rumors.

A source close to the couple has all the necessary details about their plans to adopt kids. The insider, who claimed to be quite close to the Academy Award nominee actor and his wife, spilled the beans on why and how the couple was planning to adopt children and how many were they planning to adopt as well.

The American film actor, who is best known for his role as the pedophile Ronnie McGorvey in Little Children, already has two children from his previous marriages. And according to the insider, Haley’s third wife Cruz, who is does not have child of her own, wants to adopt two children.

“Jackie and Amelia might be adopting children in near future. They have not started any procedure yet, but as far as I know, they will be taking legal guardianship of two orphaned children sometime in the future,” said the informer.

They further added: “Jackie already has two children from his second marriage and Christopher even lives with the couple, but she is not happy with that. She wants to have children of her own – ones who would take her name. But unfortunately, due to some reasons, Jackie and Amelia are not able to have children of their own. So, for his wife’s happiness, he accepted the decision of adopting children.

“Amelia wants to adopt kids, but that does not mean that she hates her step children. She totally adores them and she is quite supportive as well. But Chris is already an adult. He is all grown up and she wants children who are below 5 – ones whom she can nurture, love and care for,” the source further explained.

The gossip monger also added that the loving pair might start the procedure of adopting kids pretty soon. They said that Haley and his better half were already visiting orphanages and looking for suitable children.

So, if the information given by the informant is actually true, then we wish the couple all the best for their future and hope they find suitable babies for adoption.

Talking about his married life, Haley was initially married to Sherry Vaughan in 1979. After their divorce, the actor married the mother of his two children Christopher and Olivia, Jennifer Hargrave. The marriage did not work out and he married his third and present wife, Cruz, in 2004. The couple currently lives in San Antonio, Texas where they formerly met.

The actor, who went through hell before making it big in Hollywood, is best known for his role as horror icon Freddy Krueger in the remake of ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’.  He has appeared in several movies and TV shows since and has an estimated net worth of $8 million dollars.

Unknown Scary Spider Needs Identification


We’d love to tell you what species this spider is, but we don’t know yet. It’s so new to science it hasn’t been given a name. What we do know is that it’s a jumping spider with unusually large fangs. It’s hard to say why they are so big, as

they could be used for courtship and mating as well as hunting.
This particular spider is one of between 10 and 15 new species of jumping spider found on a recent expedition to Mount Kinabalu in Borneo – an expedition that has discovered around 160 new species. These discoveries range from beetles to fungi. “Mount Kinabalu carries quite a high proportion of species that are found nowhere else on earth,” said expedition leader Menno Schilthuizen. “Our aim was to find out more about how these endemic species have evolved.”

“From the branching order of these populations, we can tell which is older and which is younger, and that should tell us whether Mount Kinabalu was more like a cradle of evolution or a museum of evolution.”