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A couple of classic television actresses have also married younger men. Carol Burnett married Brian Miller in 2001 when she was 68 years old and he was 45. In 2013, Tina Turner married her longtime love Erwin Bach after dating for over 25 years. Her first was to the musician and producer Ike Turner. More About Age: 80 Birthplace: New York City, Brooklyn Heights, USA, New York Profession: Activist, Musician, Film Producer, Actor, Voice acting Credits: The Dick Van Dyke Show, Mary Tyler Moore, Ordinary People, Flirting with Disaster Also Ranked #26 on The Greatest American Actresses of All Time #28 on The Best TV Actors of All Time #37 on The Best Film Actors Who Got Famous on TV First #38 on Celebrities You Don't Want to See Get Older Demi Moore married Aston Kutcher in 2005 when she was 43 and he was 27. This was Kutcher's first marriage and Moore's third. More About Age: 54 Birthplace: Roswell, New Mexico, United States of America Profession: Songwriter, Television producer, Film Producer, Model, Actor, more Credits: Ghost, A Few Good Men, The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Brooks Also Ranked #59 on The Best American Actresses Working Today #29 on The Best Actors to Start Their Careers on Soaps #81 on The Greatest American Actresses of All Time #72 on Celebrities Who Just Seem Crazy to You Joan Collins married Percy Gibson in 2002 when she was 69 years old and he was 37. Mary Tyler Moore married Robert Levine in 1983 when she was 47 and he was 29. They are still married and this is Burnett's third marriage. She was 74 at the time of their marriage and he was 58. More About Age: 77 Birthplace: Nutbush, Tennessee, United States of America Profession: Record producer, Choreographer, Author, Actor, Singer, more Credits: Golden Eye, Tina Turner: Live in Amsterdam, What's Love Got to Do with It, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome Also Ranked #43 on The Best Rock Vocalists #98 on The Greatest Musical Artists of All Time #30 on The Best Singers of All Time #11 on The Best Female Vocalists Ever Mary Tyler Moore married Robert Levine in 1983 when she was 47 and he was 29. How do you explain when bad things happen to good people? I actually get angry when I hear people invoke karma where stuff like this is concerned.List of Famous Women Who Married Much Younger Men, loosely ranked by fame and popularity.Only rarely do both parties just walk away without discovery or someone getting hurt. So the husband caught them one day behind a store sitting in the car, pulled out a .38, shot the guy multiple times in the chest right in front his wife. Now he'll spend the rest of his life in prison, his wife will be tramatized and feel guilty the rest of her life and the other guy? I always find claims like this strange because they're largely unprovable.Besides the chance of destroying the marriage if discovered, what happens if one of the partners falls in love with the other one, a not uncommon scenario? By its very nature, you wouldn't be very likely to learn about an affair that remained secret and ended happily, would you? I came close to putting bullets in that low life..probably would have had I not had a 2 and 4 year old to raise. Karma has been mentioned many times in this thread.For some, the food on someone else’s plate always looks tastier.If someone else wants him, he must be worth wanting. Remember, too, that some traditional types may want happily-ever-afters of emotional availability and financial security, while others may be after less than the full enchilada of marriage and children.
Kutcher is now dating his “That 70s Show” co-star Mila Kunis who is five years his junior.
Not worth it folks, fidelity and monogamy still works. Karma has been mentioned many times in this thread.
I'm just wondering, for all the people who believe in karma, do you think that the spouse who gets cheated on must've done something wrong in the past and now karma is causing them to get cheated on?
Heartbreak and riding an emotional rollercoaster is not worth going through just for a few thrills. She is married to someone I have known a long, long time and it has improved my relationship with this guy 100%..... I largely regret it, not because of the issue of "getting caught" or not (I did with one, didn't with another), but because of the broken hearts involved. So there's no real way to know if what you're saying is true or not. He managed to outdrive me that day and he was in a beat up old truck, I was in a mustang! Karma came through for me and she ended up with nothing. I did pack all her crap and chunked in the front yard for her being the nice guy that I am. I'm just wondering, for all the people who believe in karma, do you think that the spouse who gets cheated on must've done something wrong in the past and now karma is causing them to get cheated on?
Studies have shown that a cheater leaving their spouse and then marrying their lover is usually a failure, with a very high divorce rate is such marriages. And in turn she cheated on the same guy not long after she moved in with him. How do you explain when bad things happen to good people?