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  1. Personal life. Courtenay married actress Cheryl Kennedy in 1973. They divorced in 1982. In 1988, he married Isabel Crossley, a stage manager at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester. They have homes in Manchester and Putney in London. In 2000, Courtenay's memoir Dear Tom: Letters From Home was published to

  2. Family & Personal Life Tom Courtenay has been married twice in his life. His first wife was fellow English thespian Cheryl Kennedy, with whom he exchanged wedding vows on January 12, 1973.

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  3. Biografia. Di solida formazione teatrale, approdò al cinema dalla porta principale a 25 anni come protagonista di un film che diventò il manifesto del "free cinema" inglese: Gioventù, amore e rabbia, diretto da Tony Richardson nel 1962.

  4. 22 dic 2015 · The surprising discovery calls into question his longtime marriage to Kate (Charlotte Rampling) and the life they’ve built together just days before their 45 th wedding anniversary celebration.

  5. In 1988 he married Isabel Crossley, a stage manager at the Royal Exchange Theatre in London. He has no children from either marriage. In 1999, Sir Tom Courtenay was awarded an honorary doctorate from Hull University and in 2000 published his memoir "Dear Tom: Letters From Home", which earned strong reviews.

    • February 25, 1937
  6. 14 ago 2015 · Tom Courtenay, the melancholy, indefatigable poster boy of 1960s British social-realist movies, is 78 now, but he is still not going to let a little thing like a misdirected projectile vomit...

  7. 21 dic 2015 · Courtenay, married to second wife Isabel and lives in South-West London, is childless like the character in his new film.