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Denis, 20th-century British psychiatrist. See: Leigh disease.
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Vivien Leigh was obsessed with keeping both her physical and mental health problems a secret.
VIVIEN Leigh, who died in 1967 aged 54, was of course the star of movie classic Gone With The Wind.
In the third book about Leigh's life as an up-and-coming actress (following Introducing Vivien Leigh Reid and Now Starring Vivien Leigh Reid), we find her determined to ditch her reputation as a diva.
The collection, which will be used to teach photography and art history students and for research, includes the following stars of the West End stage: Laurence Olivier (as Hamlet, 1937) Peggy Ashcroft (as Portia, 1938) Claire Luce (as Becky Sharp, 1946) Anthony Quayle (as Falstaff, 1951) John Gielgud (as Wolsey, 1958) Michael Redgrave and Maggie Smith (in The Master Builder) Ivor Novello and Vivien Leigh (in The Happy Hypocrite), Edith Evans (in The Dark is Light Enough) Sybil Thorndyke (in Treasure Hunt), Vivien Leigh and Bonar Colleano (in A Streetcar Named Desire).
What role did Vivien Leigh play in the 1939 film, Gone With the Wind?
THE dress worn by Vivien Leigh when she played Scarlett O'Hara in Gone With The Wind has been sold for [euro]127,000.
It is called Starring Vivien Leigh and it features photographs and memorabilia - entertainment magazines and theatre programmes - from the National Portrait Gallery.
The likes of Diana Rigg, reallife couple Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier, Peter O'Toole and Vanessa Redgrave also starred.
1940: Vivien Leigh won the Best Actress Oscar for her role as Scarlett O'Hara in Gone With The Wind.
London, November 3 ( ANI ): Vivien Leigh was a spoilt, demanding diva, and she wrestled with physical and mental illness behind the scenes, it has been revealed.
00 FILM Gone with the Wind (1939) (PG) Epic romantic drama, starring Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable.