After marrying in 1965, Taylor and Bologna co-wrote the Broadway hit comedy, "Lovers and Other Strangers", and received an Oscar nomination for writing the 1970 film adaptation. They wrote and costarred in the romantic comedy, Made for Each Other (1971), and won an Emmy for writing the 1973 TV special, Acts of Love and Other Comedies (1973). They also co-directed and co-starred in the film, It Had to Be You (1989), adapted from their play.
Received an honorary doctorate along with her husband, Joseph Bologna, from Hofstra University.
Has 1 son, Gabriel Bologna (b. April 1, 1969) with late husband, Joseph Bologna.
Ex-mother-in-law of Athena Ashburn.
She made guest appearances on both Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993) and Superman: The Animated Series (1996).
Born on the same date in the same year as Phyllis Newman.
Alumna of the AADA (American Academy of Dramatic Arts), Class of 1951.
She and Joseph Bologna wrote 'Lovers and Other Strangers' for Broadway in which they both starred. They then adapted it for the screen for which they got an Oscar nomination.
Her real name is the same as Jeanne de la Fonte's stage name---a French actress better known as Renée Adorée (meaning Beloved Renée).
Has one grandson.