Lita Grey

Lita Grey (April 15, 1908 – December 29, 1995) was an American actress and the second wife of Charlie Chaplin. She was born in Hollywood, California, in 1908, to a Mexican-born mother and a father of Irish heritage and christened Lillita Louise MacMurray.

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Charlie Chaplin - Independence (1923–1938) - Lita Grey and The Circus
... Mirroring the circumstances of his first union, Lita Grey was a teenage actress—originally set to star in The Gold Rush—whose surprise announcement of pregnancy forced Chaplin into marriage ... their son, Charles Spencer Chaplin, Jr, was born on 5 May 1925, Chaplin sent Grey and the child into hiding it was seen as too close to their wedding, so ... "a welcome distraction" from the "wretchedness" of his home life Grey was pregnant for a second time, frustrating Chaplin and exacerbating difficulties between the pair ...
Lolita - Sources and Links - Literary Pastiches, Allusions and Prototypes
... for the novel was Charlie Chaplin's relationship with his second wife, Lita Grey, whose real name was Lillita and is often misstated as Lolita ... end Lolita and her husband move to the Alaskan town of Grey Star while Chaplin's The Gold Rush, set in Alaska, was originally set to star Lita Grey ... indefatigable Charlie." Chaplin had an artist paint Lita Grey in imitation of Joshua Reynolds's painting The Age of Innocence ...

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    Charlie Chaplin’s genius was in comedy. He has no sense of humor, particularly about himself.
    Lita Grey Chaplin (b. 1908)