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Alana Hamilton

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Birthday: May 18, 1945

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Better known for her marriage to rock star Rod Stewart and close friendship with Farrah Fawcett than for her movies, actress and former model Alana Stewart received her start in low-budget features like "Evel Knievel" (1971) and Roger Corman's "Night Call Nurses" (1972). Though she touched upon more esteemed material with small parts in "Funny Lady" (1975), Stewart became more famous for her marriages to first husband, George Hamilton, and second husband Rod Stewart. Following her high-profile divorce from Rod, whom she discovered was having an affair, Stewart fell off the radar following a turn in "Swing Shift" (1984), only to re-emerge as an advocate against breast implants after being diagnosed with Epstein-Barr. Meanwhile, she professionally reunited with Hamilton for the short-lived talk show "George & Alana" (1995-96), and later contended with her children's highly publicized marriages, arrests and battles with substance abuse. In 2006, she was shocked to learn that best friend Farrah Fawcett was diagnosed with cancer. Stewart was enlisted to follow Fawcett with a camera, which resulted in the documentary "Farrah's Story" (NBC, 2009), which was widely criticized for being overly maudlin while seeking to capitalize on her friend's illness. Regardless of her travails, Stewart remained a highly visible figure able to overcome just about any adversity.




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