Rebecca De Mornay

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Rebecca De Mornay is an American film and television actress. Her breakthrough film role came in 1983, when she played Lana in Risky Business.

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Personal life

The New York Times gives her alternative name as Rebecca George and her date of birth as August 29, 1961,[1] but her exact date of birth is unclear and there are various different dates quoted throughout the press.[2] During the early years of her life, she lived in California; her father was Wally George, who was a disc jockey at the time.[3] When she was two her parents divorced and at the age of five she became known by her stepfather's surname.[1] She attended the independent Summerhill School in Leiston, Suffolk, England.[4] Her high school degree was awarded in Kitzb├╝hel, Austria. She later trained as an actress in New York at the Lee Strausberg Institute.[1]

De Morney had a relationship with Tom Cruise and they lived together in New York after working together on Risky Business.[3]

She was married to Ryan O'Neal's son Patrick; they have had two daughters together.[1] She had previously been married to Bruce Wagner.[5] In 1992 she was in a relationship with Leonard Cohen and helped him arrange and produce music for his album The Future.[6][7]

Career

De Mornay's film debut was a small part in Francis Ford Coppola's 1982 film One from the Heart. Soon thereafter came her star-making role as a hooker who seduces a high school student played by Tom Cruise in Risky Business.

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