Cary Grant's Only Daughter Is An Incredibly Beautiful Woman And She Inherited Father’s Passion For Acting
Dashing leading man Cary Grant and a stunning ingénue Dyan Cannon wedded in 1965 in Las Vegas. At that time, he was 61 and she was 27.
After the ceremony, the newlyweds traveled to Grant’s homeland in England to share the happy news with his mother. However, later Cannon found out that her husband is not that charming public persona she fell in love with.
He was violent in control, which made her realize that their love story won’t have a happy ending. Cannon filed for divorce after nearly two years of marriage.
Despite the unfortunate end of their romance, Cannon gave Grant the greatest gift in life. She gave birth to the legendary actor’s one and only child, daughter Jennifer, which Grant called his best production yet.
But what do we know about Jennifer?
Cary and Dyan divorced when Jennifer was just 2 years old. Despite the fact that her family fell apart, she managed to preserve a very close relationship with her father for the rest of his life.
Grant never wanted Jennifer to become an actress, so she tried other career paths, which included being a babysitter, stock clerk, waitress, and grocery store checkout cashier. After finishing studying at Stanford University, she even worked for a law firm.
But only after her father’s passing she was able to follow her true passion - acting. In 1993, she received her first role in the iconic 90’s teenage drama Beverly Hills 90210. Later she appeared in several movies, as well as guest-starred in many shows, including the hit comedy series Friends.
In 2011, Jennifer released a memoir titled Good Stuff: A Reminiscence of My Father, Cary Grant, where she wrote about the relationship she had with her famous dad.
In the book, she revealed how close they were and how he focused his whole life on raising her, after retiring from the movie career.
She showed Grant’s gentle side that we haven’t seen before and people who knew him closely, as well as many devoted fans, will be eternally grateful for that.