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Carole Mallory

Journalist
Female
Born 1941

Carole Mallory is an American author, actress, former supermodel, professor and critic who appeared in the films Looking for Mr. Goodbar and The Stepford Wives. She was a common law wife of writer Norman Mailer and kept notes and writings of this time, selling them to Harvard University in 2008 after the writer's death.… Read More

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  • Carole Mallory: Pain And Gain Belongs To Michael Bay
    Huffington Post - Apr 22, 2013
  • Carole Mallory: Jurassic Park 3 D Review: Take Me There!
    Huffington Post - Apr 04, 2013
  • Carole Mallory: Review: Admission Works
    Huffington Post - Mar 22, 2013
  • Carole Mallory: In Search Of Picasso's Corpse
    Huffington Post - Feb 22, 2013

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CHILDHOOD

1942 Birth Born in 1942.

TWENTIES

1968 26 Years Old As well as her relationship with Mailer, Mallory also had liaisons with Warren Beatty, Peter Sellers, Robert De Niro, Richard Gere and Rod Stewart. In 1968, she married the artist Ronald Mallory, whose kinetic mercury sculptures are featured in the Whitney Museum, M.O.M.A., and a variety of other museums. … Read More
1971 29 Years Old In 1971, the Mallorys divorced. On the night of Pablo Picasso's death on April 8, 1973, Claude Picasso asked her to be his wife. Their love affair ended in 1980. … Read More

FORTIES

1983 41 Years Old …  In 1983, she began a nine-year relationship with Norman Mailer. … Read More
1988 46 Years Old 1 More Event
Mallory authored the 1988 novel Flash about a female alcoholic surviving Hollywood. … Read More

FIFTIES

2000 58 Years Old In 2000, Mallory again married, following her mother's death. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

Among the books she has written are: Vidal vs. Mailer (2016), My Friendship with Kurt Vonnegut and Joseph Heller (2013), My Friendship with Norman Mailer and Gore Vidal (How They Buried The Hatchet), 2013.
2014 72 Years Old 1 More Event
Mary Dearborn, Norman Mailer's biographer, wrote about her 2014 Picasso's Ghost,: "Mallory is a born writer.
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