FRIENDS, family and fans are mourning the death of Bill Kenwright.
Over the years the late Everton boss was in several long term relationships, which included being married to Anouska Hempel.
Who is Anouska Hempel?
Anouska Hempel was born in December 1941, and is a New Zealand-born film and television actress-turned-hotelier and interior designer.
Her first film appearance was in the Hammer Horror film The Kiss of the Vampire (1963).
In 1969, she appeared in the James Bond film On Her Majesty’s Secret Service as one of the “angels of death”.
After that Anouska starred in several more movies including Scars of Dracula (1970), The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins (1971), Go for a Take (1972), and Tiffany Jones (1973).
She also appeared in the science-fiction TV shows UFO, and Space: 1999.
During her career as an actress, Anouska was a regular panellist alongside Patrick Mower for two series of the murder mystery game show Whodunnit? between 1975 and 1976.
After finishing acting, she embarked on a very successful career as a hotelier and interior designer.
In fact, in 2002, she was ranked by Architectural Digest as one of the top 100 interior designers and architects in the world.
Anouska has established four hotels, starting off with Blakes Hotel which was created in 1978 as one of the world’s first luxury boutique hotels, in South Kensington.
She also opened Blakes Amsterdam in 1999, drawing inspiration from Amsterdam’s historic Dutch East India Company.
When did Bill Kenwright marry Anouska Hempel?
The late Bill Kenwright was Anouska’s second husband.
The pair wed in 1978, before divorcing two years later.
Before Bill, Anouska married Constantine Hempel in 1964, and together they had a son and daughter.
He was a journalist and property developer who was killed in 1973, after his car crashed into a basement in Pimlico.
After Bill, Anouska married her third husband. financier Mark Weinberg.
The couple were wed in 1980 and have a son called Jonathan.
Who else did Bill Kenwright date?
Before Anouska, Bill was in a relationship with actress Virginia Stride, and together they had a daughter.
He never married again after Anouska, but up until his death was in a long term relationship with Jenny Seagrove.
She is an English actress, who trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
Jenny first came to attention playing the lead in a television dramatisation of Barbara Taylor Bradford’s A Woman of Substance (1984), and the film Local Hero (1983).
She also starred in the thriller Appointment with Death (1988). andFriedkin’s horror film The Guardian (1990).
On TV, Jenny is best known for her role as Jo Mills in the long-running BBC drama series Judge John Deed (2001 to 07).
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