Talia Balsam Gave George Clooney ( Hot News )

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Talia Balsam Gave George Clooney "A Shot" At Marriage

Talia Balsam perhaps the only woman who will never be able to say she was married to George Clooney.
Former wife of George Clooney, Talia Balsam is in hunt today, everyone once look for the woman who got married with Clooney from 1989 to 1993.

Clooney appeared on Friday's "Piers Morgan Tonight," in a televised interview.
Clooney, 49, appeared alongside his father, Nick, to talk about movies, his philanthropy and his love life. His father, George, was also interviewd on the program but was in the studio.

George replied to his dad:

"I hate to blow your whole news story, "but I was married, so I gave it a shot."

Since 2009, George Clooney was in a relationship with Elisabetta Canalis.

Clooney, 49, was married to actress Talia Balsam,”now the wife of actor John Slattery, who plays Roger Sterling on Mad Men.

Talia Balsam Bio

Born in New York City to Martin Balsam and Joyce Van Patten, Balsam made her television debut in Alexander: The Other Side of Dawn in 1977 and in 1979, Survival of Dana. She appeared in multiple episodes of Happy Days, Taxi, thirtysomething, Murder, She Wrote, Almost Perfect, Archie Bunker's Place, L.A. Doctors, and K Street. In more recent years she has had recurring roles as Anthony LaPaglia's estranged wife on Without a Trace and Mona Sterling on Mad Men opposite her husband, John Slattery.
Balsam made her Broadway debut in the 1992 Neil Simon play Jake's Women and won the Theatre World Award for her performance.
Balsam's screen credits include Mass Appeal, Little Manhattan, All the King's Men, and The Wackness.
Balsam was married to George Clooney from 1989 to 1992.
- (wikipedia.org)

A longtime television actress who has also branched out into film, brunette beauty Talia Balsam also gained Hollywood recognition for her brief marriage to a pre-superstar George Clooney. Born to actors Martin Balsam and Joyce Van Patten in New York City in 1960, the young aspiring actress received her education at the Treehaven School in Tucson, AZ, before making her bid for the big-time shortly thereafter. In the late '70s, Balsam warmed to television audiences with recurring roles in the small-screen hits Happy Days and Taxi and feature roles in such made-for-TV films as The Survival of Dana and Sunnyside (both 1979) proved a testament to her dramatic range. A dizzying onslaught of similar television features followed, and the 1980s found Balsam becoming something of a staple in such made-for-TV efforts as Kent State (1981) and The Ladies (1987). Endearing roles on Family Ties and Punky Brewster provided just the right balance to such feature screamers as The Supernaturals (1986) and The Kindred (1987); by the time the 1990s rolled around, Balsam was married to up-and-comer Clooney and turning heads on Murder, She Wrote, thirtysomething, and Law & Order. Despite the fact that her most successful roles came with dramatic small-screen roles, Balsam continued to prove that she was an actress of little pretense by appearing in such #92;quirky feature efforts as Coldblooded (1995) and Camp Stories (1997). Married to John Slattery following her divorce from Clooney in 1993, Balsam was later seen in the TV series L.A. Doctors and the feature Valerie Flake (1999). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi - (yahoo.com)


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