Lee Remick (actress)

Lee Remick in a publicity portrait for the film ‘Telefon’, 1977. (Photo by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Getty Images)



Lee Remick lived at 8 Hamilton Terrace with her husband Kip Gowans. She was an American actress, born in 1935,  who appeared in “Days of Wine and Roses” in 1962. She was married twice, firstly in 1957 to the film producer  Bill Colleran,  with whom she had a daughter, Kate and a son Matthew.  They divorced in 1968.  In 1970  she married Kip Gowans, a British film producer, and starred in four telefilms he produced, “ The Women’s Room “(1980), “The Letter” (1982),  “Rearview Mirror” (1984), and “Of Pure Blood” (1984).

In 1991 she died, of kidney cancer,  at the age of 55. She had two children with Kip.

While they were living in Hamilton Terrace they made friends with Jane & Peter Leaver, across the road at no. 5, and an American family, Amy and Brinton  Coxe, who were renting  3 Hamilton Terrace from Marjorie & Sydney Proops. Julie Coxe often babysat for Lee and Kip.

This page was added on 15/04/2020.

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  • Lee Remick did not have 2 children with Kip Gowans but she was the stepmother of Kip Gowans 2 daughters with his first wife.

    By christopher Spiteri (20/10/2022)

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