One of the well-known actors in the United States of America is Elizabeth Alice MacGraw, better known by her stage as Ali MacGraw. She is an activist as well. She rose to fame thanks to her part in the movie Goodbye, Columbus. She even received a Golden Globe nomination for the movie’s Most Promising Newcomer.
She was born to Frances Klein MacGraw and Richard MacGraw on April 1, 1939, in Pound Ridge, New York, in the United States. Rosemary Hall in Greenwich, Connecticut, and Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, respectively, were where she received her academic education. She spent six years as Diana Vreeland’s photographic assistant at Harper’s Bazaar magazine in 1960.
She also worked that year for Vogue magazine as a fashion model, stylist for photographers, and interior designer. She appeared in TV ads for the first time as an actor. When she starred in Love Story, one of the highest-grossing movies in American history, in 1970, she began attracting a lot of attention.
She was honoured on the cover of Time magazine after the movie’s premiere and received a nomination for Best Actress at the Academy Awards. In addition to being an actress, Ali MacGraw represents Animals, Asia as a U.S. Ambassador. She has always fought for animal rights, and Animal Protection of New York gave her the Humane Education Award.
Ali MacGraw Ex-Husbands: Steve McQueen, Robert Evans and Robin Hoen
Ali MacGraw has been married three times and has divorced thrice. Her first husband, Robin Hoen was a Harvard-educated banker. They were married from 1961 to 1972.
She later married film producer Robert Evans, with whom she had a son, Josh Evans, They were married in 1969 and divorced in 1972. Her third and last marriage was with Steve McQueen. The two got married in 1973 and divorced in 1978.