Carol Nugent
American actor
Carol Nugent
Carol Lou Nugent is an American actress who began her career as a child. Nugent appeared in over 20 feature films and 11 television programs during the 1940s, 50s and 60s. Her 1959 marriage to actor Nick Adams was widely publicized until his death in 1968.
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2002
    Age 64
    In 2002 she renewed her acquaintance with John G. Stephens who was Production Manager on the television classic My Three Sons. Her father Carl had been the Property Master on that show. Stephens' wife, actress Joan Vohs (1927-2001) had recently died from heart failure. As luck would have it John would marry Carol in 2002 and they are still married to this day.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1965
    Age 27
    In 1965, seemingly without warning, during a promotional television appearance on the Les Crane Show Adams announced he was leaving her.
    More Details Hide Details This began a very public period of bitter separations and temporary reconciliations which lasted until his death in 1968. Nugent filed for divorce and custody of the children went back and forth between her and Adams but she was listed as his spouse on the death certificate and when he died she was living with their two children only a few blocks from his house in Beverly Hills.
  • 1959
    Age 21
    In 1959 when she was 21 Nugent married actor Nick Adams after they dated for a short time.
    More Details Hide Details She appeared in a guest role for his television series The Rebel that year. They had two children together, Allyson Lee Adams (born 1960) and Jeb Stuart Adams (born April 1961). In a 1961 interview Nick said, "Carol is my good-luck charm. My first real success, the turn of the tide, came right after I fell in love with her. Then I formed my own production company and we sold The Rebel." However, in the same interview Nugent said, "Let's not overdo the sweetness and light. Naturally, Nick and I had our problems at the start". Gossip columnist Rona Barrett later wrote that Nugent "was one of the most refreshing wives in the entire community."
    Her 1959 marriage to actor Nick Adams was widely publicized until his death in 1968.
    More Details Hide Details Nugent was born in Los Angeles, California, the elder daughter of Lucille and Carl Nugent. Her father was a property master for MGM and her mother later became a talent agent, managing Carol's career along with that of her younger sister Judy Nugent. Nugent was a child actor, first appearing on screen at age seven in Secret Command (1944). She played small parts in four more movies over the next three years and in one of these, she and her sister Judy portrayed the same character at different ages. She was in a few popular hits, including Cheaper by the Dozen (1950) and Belles on Their Toes (1952) but as a child actor never quite made the transition from bit player to larger roles. However, as a teen Nugent grew into ingenue parts on television and in B films. She was a supporting actor throughout her career, which tapered off sharply after she married and had children.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1937
    Born
    Born on July 7, 1937.
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