Christina Onassis
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Christina Onassis

Socialite + Shipping Magnate
Female
Born Dec 11, 1950
Hometown City of New York
Died Nov 19, 1988
Death Place Tortuguitas
Religion Greek Orthodox Ch...
Alma Mater Queen's College L...

Christina Onassis was an American born Greek businesswoman and heiress to the Onassis fortune as the daughter of Aristotle Onassis and Athina Livanos. Initially one of two heirs she became the exclusive beneficiary to the Onassis fortune upon the unexpected death of her brother Alexander Onassis. She is also the late mother of Athina Roussel.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1950 Birth Born on December 11, 1950.
1960 9 Years Old Onassis's parents divorced in 1960, precipitated by her father's affair with opera singer Maria Callas. He later married former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, widow of President John F. Kennedy, in 1968. Christina and Alexander reportedly distrusted Kennedy and never warmed to her. Christina's mother, Athina, married Stavros Niarchos in 1971. … Read More

TWENTIES

1971 20 Years Old Onassis had four marriages, each ending in divorce. She wed her first husband, real estate developer Joseph Bolker, at age 20 in 1971. … Read More
1974 23 Years Old Her mother died of a suspected drug overdose in 1974, leaving Onassis her $77 million estate. … Read More
1975 24 Years Old Her second husband was Greek shipping and banking heir Alexander Andreadis, whom she married shortly after her father's death, in 1975. … Read More
1978 27 Years Old Onassis's third husband was Russian shipping agent Sergei Kauzov, whom she married in 1978. … Read More

THIRTIES

1984 33 Years Old Her fourth and final marriage was to French businessman Thierry Roussel in 1984.
1985 34 Years Old Onassis and Roussel had a daughter, Athina (named after Onassis' mother), in 1985. … Read More
1988 37 Years Old 1 More Event
On 19 November 1988, Onassis's body was found by her maid in the bathtub of a mansion in Buenos Aires, where she had been staying. … Read More
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