Who was Dean Stockwell?
Dean Stockwell had a long and successful acting career that spanned nearly seven decades.
He became a household name and one of the biggest stars of twentieth-century cinema thanks to parts in films like Married to the Mob, Paris, Texas, and Dune.
Dean sadly died away on November 7, 2021.
With Kyle MacLachlan and Isabella Rossellini, he gave another notable performance in the 1986 neo-noir film Blue Velvet.
For his part in the 1988 crime comedy picture Married to the Mob, Stockwell was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Dean Stockwell was 85 years old.
Wife And Family
Stockwell was married twice. Stockwell married Millie Perkins in 1960, but the couple divorced in 1962.
Millie is a film and television actress best remembered for portraying Anne Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank, a 1959 film.
From 1981 through 2004, he was married to Joy Marchenko, who worked as a textile expert in Morocco.
Stockwell was rumored to have been in a relationship with Carol Belle in recent years, although there isn’t much information on her.
In the photo below, Stockwell is seen with his first wife Millie.
Given that Dean’s children have lived their lives mainly hidden from the public view, there are very few details publicly known about them. On November 5, 1983, Austin Stockwell was born.
Sophia Stockwell, his younger sister, was born on August 5, 1985. Neither of them has public social media sites or have given interviews regarding their personal life.
Stockwell’s children have kept their careers and families hidden from the public eye, and they don’t appear to have any public social media accounts.
How Did Dean Stockwell Die?
Stockwell died on November 7, 2021, at the age of 85, at his home in Los Angeles.
According to TMZ, he died of natural causes on Sunday morning.
Goodnight, Dean Stockwell (1937-2021) 💙
Here’s the legendary actor in two of his iconic performances: Walt Henderson in PARIS, TEXAS (1984) and Ben in BLUE VELVET (1986). pic.twitter.com/yGGqBFyg3p
— Criterion Collection (@Criterion) November 9, 2021