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Gypsy Rose Lee
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|Known for:||Belle of the Yukon, The Over-the-Hill Gang, Ali Baba Goes to Town|
|Birth name:||Rose Louise Hovick|
|Birthday:||9 February 1914, Seattle, Washington, USA|
|Height:||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
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TriviaSister of June Havoc. Mother of Erik Lee Preminger. In the 1940s, Gypsy Rose Lee was in love with the theatrical impresario Michael Todd, who produced two Broadway shows starring Lee ("Star and Garter" and "The Naked Genius"). She married William Kirkland in 1942 in an attempt to make the already-married Todd jealous. They divorced in 1944. While married to Kirkland, she had a brief fling with Otto Preminger. The fruit of their affair was a boy named Erik Lee, who has been known successively as Erik Kirkland, Erik de Diego, and Erik Lee Preminger. At one of her weddings, Gypsy had a chimpanzee as a ring bearer. She had many pets, including cats, turtles, guinea pigs, and Chinese crested dogs. The walls of her Los Angeles home were adorned with pictures by Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Max Ernst, and Dorothea Tanning, all of which were reportedly gifts to her by the artists themselves. Her mother Rose died from colon cancer in 1954. In Gypsy (1962), Rosalind Russell portrayed Gypsy Rose Lee's mother. In The Trouble with Angels (1966), Russell appeared with Lee.