Julia Vadimovna Paradiz
Julia Vadimovna Paradiz was the last wife of veteran TV and film actor, Stuart Whitman -who has died at the age of 92.
Julia’s husband had well-known ’60s film roles in The Comanchero’s and Murder, Inc. According to reports the legendary actor had been battleing skin cancer. He passed away surrounded by his loved ones at his home in Montecito, California.
Born February 1, 1928; the California native attended the Los Angeles City College after spending three years in the Army Corps of Engineers.
Whitman was a star of the silver screen for three decades – with 150 credits to his name – but was most renowned for his Westerns. He had recurring television roles in The Adventures of Superboy, Fantasy Island and Knots Landing.
He starred in The Comancheros alongside John Wayne in 1961. That same year, Whitman received an Oscar nomination for Best Actor for his work in The Mark. Whitman was included on the Hollywood walk of Fame in 1998. His last credit is the TV movie, “The President’s Man” which starred Chuck Norris back in 2000.
He is survived by his wife, Julia Vadimovna Paradiz -who was his third and last wife. His second marriage to Caroline Boubis ended in 1974, after previously divorcing from Patricia LaLonde in 1966 -with whom he fathered four children.
Whitman is also survived by his children Tony Whitman, Linda Whitman, Scott Whitman, Michael Whitman and Justin Whitman -the only born from his second nuptials.
Third wife and now widow Julia Vadimovna Paradiz, is a Russian native. The two met while at the wedding of a mutual friend in St. Petersburg, Russia. They were married in 1993.
There are not many details on Julia Vadimovna Paradiz who is also known as Julia Whitman and who is visibly younger than her late husband.
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