Famous people that grew in foster care
There are many world-famous people who have been brought up in foster care. For example, did you know that Steve Jobs was an unwanted child, and the parents abandoned him at birth? Or that Marilyn Monroe most of his childhood spent in orphanages?
Well, let's see who else of the stars was not raised by their biological parents.
She threw widowed mother, who suffers from a mental disorder, and future sex symbol has spent most of his childhood with distant relatives and in shelters.
In early childhood, the boy's parents divorced, and James became educated with an aunt in Atlanta, Georgia. James grew up in poverty and was forced to drop out of school to earn a living. At one time he was wandering waif, and 16-years old came to the colony for juvenile delinquents.
John's parents divorced when he was very young. When Julia Lennon found himself another man, John took a four-year education at his aunt on his mother's side, Mimi Smith and her husband George Smith, who did not have their children.
When the future star of "Casablanca" was 3 years old, her mother died, and another 10 years later her father died, Justus Samuel Bergman. Then, for the education of 13-year-old girl she took my aunt, but six months later she died. Then Ingrid moved to Uncle Otto Bergman, who had five children.
At the age of nine years, Mandela lost his father, who died of tuberculosis, and his legal guardian became Dzhongintaba Dalindebo - people Tembo regent.
Clapton's mother was a 16-year-old girl, and the father of 24-year-old soldier from Montreal, who has never even seen his son Eric. Little Eric was living with her grandmother and her second husband. Clapton grew up, and over the years, thinking that his mother - a nurse, and parents - grandparents. Years later, his mother married another Canadian soldier and moved to Germany, leaving the young Eric with his grandparents in Surrey.
Star of the movie "Goodfellas" was adopted at the age of 6 months. After more than 40 years, Ray has hired a private investigator to find her birth mother.
famous boxer childhood was very difficult. Fortunately, he was noticed by the famous trainer Cus D'Amato. D'Amato settled at Tyson, and even designed the official custody of him - the real father Mike and did not remember, and his mother was a drug addict and died shortly. From the children of Mike almost nobody survived - his friends would sit in prison or die, including in front of him.
Author of the novels "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and "In Cold Blood" was sent to live with the mother's family when he was only 8 years old.
17-year-old Richard Jenkins almost adopted his teacher, Philip Burton, but the law forbade him from this, because the boy was too young. As a result, Richard changed his name and lived like a native son Philip.
The biological father of Steve Jobs was Abdulfattoh Jandal - Syrian Muslim. At that time, he met Joan Shibli, but her parents were against their relationship, and eventually Steve Jobs brought Paul and Clara Jobs.
Future cult French director was the illegitimate child Jeanine de Montferrand, he did not know his real father - Roland Levy (Jew), who was a dentist. Roland Truffaut, whom his mother married, admitted Francois as a foster child, and gave him his name. From birth, Truffaut lived in the care of various nannies and his grandmother, who instilled in him a love of books and music. With grandmother he lived until her death when he was 10 years old, after which the first was reunited with his mother and stepfather.
Edgar Allan Poe
According born in 1809, his mother died in 1811 of tuberculosis. His father left him. In the end, Edgar was living with a foster family in Virginia.
After the appearance of a boy born of him taken care of grandparents, John Joseph Nicholson and Ethel May Nicholson. Jack grew up in the belief that grandparents are his father and mother. Only in 1974, a reporter for Time The magazine, to find out all the information concealed, the actor revealed the truth: his older sister June is actually his mother. It was already too late: June died of cancer in 1963, and Ethel died seven years later - in 1970.
His mother died when Coco was barely twelve, later, her four siblings left the father; Chanel children were then in the care of relatives and spent some time in an orphanage.
Eddie's father died when he was a child. After his death, Lillian became ill, and the brothers had to live in a foster family for one year. Later, Eddie and his brother grew up together in Roosevelt, New York with his mother and stepfather Vernon Lynch, in the factory of ice cream master.
His mother had died with the birth of her daughter last, when the future of the classics of Russian literature was not yet 2 years old. Education of orphaned children took a distant relative of TA Yergolsky. In 1837 the family moved to Moscow, as the elder brother of Tolstoy was necessary to prepare for university. Soon his father died suddenly, Nikolai Ilyich, and three younger children again settled in Yasnaya supervised Yergolsky and aunts on the father, the Countess AM Osten-Sacken, appointed guardian of the children.
Ella's mother died of a heart attack when she was 14 years old. Due to disagreements with his stepfather Ella moved to live with her aunt Virginia and Henry became the caretaker for jobs in a brothel, where life comes into contact with the mafia and gamblers. After minor girls took the police service and care, she was placed in an orphanage in the Bronx, and later transferred to a boarding school for girls in Hudson, Ella but soon ran out of there and stayed for a while homeless.