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Laurence Olivier - 140 Votes
Warren Beatty - 15 Votes
Richard Burton - 14 Votes
Robert Taylor - 12 Votes
Marlon Brando - 9 Votes

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Selected Vivien Leigh film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits

1965
Ship of Fools (1965)
Mary Treadwell

1961
Karen Stone

1955
ITV Play of the Week (1955) (TV Show)
Sabina

1940
Wanda

1940

1938
Elsa Craddock

1938
Liberty aka Libby

1937
Cynthia

1937
Victoria 'Vickie' Gow

1935
Phil Stanley

1935
Marjorie Belfer

1935
Rose Venables

1935
Schoolgirl

Soundtrack Credits

1973
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1951
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1940
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1939
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1937
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Posted by Mandy
11
mths ago
Vivien never dated Marlon Brando. In his autobiography he said while he was attracted to her, he couldn't bring himself to seduce her because he found Laurence Olivier (her husband), to be 'such a nice guy'. It's even in the Marlon Brando trivia on this website.

Posted by rob1110
3
yrs ago
Vivien Leigh was one of the most beautiful women to ever walk the face of the earth!!

Posted by please answer my question
4
yrs ago
what would Vivien Leigh's hobbies be..?

Posted by Teach
4
yrs ago
I know she was troubled (bi-polar and all)but she must have had a death wish to go with Brando and Beatty. Teach

Posted by divine_siren
4
yrs ago
Ah...if only Vivien and Clark really had been in love. They'd have the most beautiful children/sobs

Posted by richardrodgers2
4
yrs ago
VIVIEN LEIGH WAS IN THE 1963 BROADWAY MUSICAL TOVARICH . CRITICS FELL IN LOVE WITH LEIGH ,AND THE BEAUTFUL SCORE WRITTEN BY LEE POCKRISS AND ANN CROSWELL, AND LEIGH OF COURSE. SEVEN MONTHS IN TO THE BROADWAY RUN, LEIGH HAD A NERVIOUS BRAKEDOWN DURING A PERFORMANCE ON STAGE. SADLEY SHE LEFT THE BROADWAY MUSICAL IN NOVEMBER OF 1963, AND THE SHOW CLOSED. HOW SAD.

Posted by jd_thompson
5
yrs ago
Elia Kazan and Vivien Leigh did not get along at all, during the filming of Streetcar they fought constantly. It makes no sense for him to be listed as one of her relationships. and where did walt disney come from?

Posted by honeypie
5
yrs ago
I think she is stunning!!!! I lurrrve Gone With The Wind! she did an exellent job as Scarlett o`Hara. I luv her personality as scarlett it`s just very Straight forward. other than that Vivien Leigh Rocks!!!!!

Posted by 27lavanda
5
yrs ago
Happy birthday,lady Olivier!!

Posted by 27lavanda
5
yrs ago
Elia Kazan?! Leslie Howard?! Richard Burton?! Walt Disney?!

5
yrs ago
42nd anniversary of her death... R.I.P. Viv :-( Watched Waterloo Bridge today, didn`t like the movie that much, but Vivien`s acting was great.

Posted by blow it in the wind
5
yrs ago
Doubt she was ever really with Leslie Howard...Vivian (Scarlet) couldn`t stand him even if he played her love interest in GWTW. Would claim that relationship none other than an on-screen one. She really was an unforgetable actress!!!

Posted by gillsa12
6
yrs ago
She was an amazing actress,love her!!

Posted by Jigglypuff67
6
yrs ago
Larry Olivier and Viv Leigh FTW! One of the greatest Hollywood romances ever :)!

Posted by 0-]0p[;[0p[
6
yrs ago
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Posted by Lionair
7
yrs ago
An Angel!!!

Posted by Eliza
7
yrs ago
Vivien is really pretty. She played Katie Scarlett O`Hara in Gone With The Wind. She is amazing

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First Name
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Last Name
Maiden Name
Hartley
Full Name at Birth
Vivian Mary Hartley
Other Names
Viv
V
Vivling
Age
53 (age at death)
Date of Birth
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Date of Death
Location of Death
Cause of Death
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Weight
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Eye Color
Hair Color
Distinctive Features
Her green eyes
Her hair.
Her beautiful face.
Her beautiful body.
Cat like smile
Raised right eyebrow
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Religion
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High School
University
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (King`s College London)
Occupation
Actress
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Claim to Fame
Gone With The Wind
Measurements (inches)
32A-23-33
Father
Ernest Hartley (banker and horse trainer for the Indian army in WWI)
Mother
Friends
Pets
Jupiter (Dog) [1940]
Sebastian (Dog)
Siamese cats (Cat)
New Boy (Cat - Siamese, given to her by Laurence Olivier)
Poo Jones (Cat - Siamese)
Tissy (Cat - Tabby cat, stray cat until Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier found it)
Armando (Cat - Siamese cat)
Nicholas (Cat)
Christmas (Cat)
Snow (Cat)
Cleopatra (cow)
Sabina (cow)
Favorite People
Favorite Places
France
Favorite Foods
French Cuisine
Favorite Colors
Green, Red, White, Blue

Biography

Vivian Mary Hartley, later known as Vivien Leigh, Lady Olivier (5 November 1913 – 8 July 1967) was a British stage and film actress. She won two Best Actress Academy Awards for her performances as "Southern belles": Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind (1939) and Blanche DuBois in the film version of A Streetcar Named Desire (1951), a role she had also played on stage in London's West End in 1949. She won a Tony Award for her work in the Broadway version of Tovarich (1963).

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