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Mariel Hemingway Talks Family Suicide Legacy

Mariel Hemingway starred in Woody Allen’s Manhattan in 1979. But it is her famous surname that always precedes her. Mariel Hemingway was born into the family of legendary author Ernest Hemingway, author of such classics as: The Sun Also Rises (1926) A Farewell to Arms (1929) For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940) The Old Man and the Sea (1951) Mariel’s …

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Mariel Hemingway Talks Mental Health and Suicide

Mariel Hemingway talked about both mental health and suicide–her family’s troubled heritage–during an interview on Key West this weekend. She spoke from a desk that once belonged to her famous grandfather, Ernest Hemingway. In Key West headlining the Key West Film Festival, Hemingway screened a documentary about her own life. Called Running from Crazy, it highlights the issues that have …

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Mariel Hemingway “Running from Crazy”

Mariel Hemingway was born into stardom. Her grandfather was the famous Ernest Hemingway, known for his literary brilliance, and she was nominated for an Oscar at only 16-years-old for her role in Woody Allan’s, “Manhattan”. However, her smile was not always one of happiness, but a cover-up for the pain and depression. Hemingway opens up about her battles in a …

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Mariel Hemingway Talks About Family’s Grim Tradition

Mariel Hemingway likely could have relied on her very famous last name for some limelight, at least when she was younger; as the granddaughter of writer Ernest, she was part of a family which was well respected and well known. But the 51-year old actress paved her own path to success, and earned herself an Oscar nom at the tender …

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