[And Bo] still laughs at all my jokes even though she's heard them a million times. I'm sad when she's not around."The two are fiercely loyal to each other and he once told how to be faithful to your partner.
"Don't let the lizard out of the cage," the "Sex and the City" star said when asked to give advice to those in Hollywood with a wandering eye. "For Bo, who "hadn't dated in five years," the attraction was immediate. I kept saying to my friends, 'I'll wait until all the sparks and all that get going.' And it finally happened." Bo, of course, skyrocketed to fame after a corn-rowed, swimsuited turn in "10." John still gets recognized for his role in "Sex and the City." His faith, he said, keeps him grounded.
" (1965) earned her Academy Awards, her life outside showbiz — high-profile relationships and marriages — garnered much media attention.
She was also noted for her nuanced sensual performances in films such as “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" (1958) and "Cleopatra" (1963).
The iconic poster with Russell wearing a cleavage-revealing blouse and holding a gun sparked controversy in the 1940s.
On her appeal, she said: "Sex appeal is good — but not in bad taste.
She also pursued a career as a stage actress, starring in George Bernard Shaw's comedies and portraying classic Shakespearean heroines. Regarded as Hollywood's leading pinup during the '40s and '50s, the actress became famous for her role in the film “The Outlaw” (1943).
She wrote plays including “The Wicked Age,” “Pleasure Man” and “The Constant Sinner,” often courting controversy for her non-conformist style.
She starred in the film “She Done Him Wrong” (1933), bringing the sultry character of Diamond Lil to the screen, and was best known for spouting double entendres onscreen.
The Irish actress and singer starred in several Hollywood swashbucklers such as "Sindbad the Sailor" (1947) and "Baghdad" (1949).
She earned the moniker "The Queen of Technicolor" after she signed a contract with RKO Pictures.