Jenna Stewart: The Simpsons creator Sam Simon’s ex-Girlfriend

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Chef Jenna Stewart was the partner of Sam Simon, one of the co-creators of The Simpsons, who sadly died at age 59 according to a statement by his Foundation.

Her partner of 4-years was diagnosed with terminal colon cancer in 2012, and told he had only three to six months left to live.

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Jennas was in the film & television industry for over a decade, she then switched things up and attended Le Cordon Bleu, CSCA in Pasadena, the blonde graduated top of her class, according to a Ballantines PR profile.

In 2006 she founded her first company Creative Mind Events, a high end catering and event production company, four years later Simply Succulent, her second design company  was born.

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According to her LinkedIn and prior to becoming a company owner, she served as Development and Project Manager for the Sam Simon Feeding Families Foundation in 2009, we assume that’s how the couple met. In 2013 it was said they were engaged. According to her Facebook she currently owns Simply Succulent.

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Simon and Jenna never tied the knot, however he wedded twice. His first wife, actress Jennifer Tilly kept a close relationship to the writer/ producer/philanthropist. They were married for 7-years from 1984 to 199.

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56-year-old actress Jenna began acting in the early 80’s. She is known for roles such as Olive in Bullets Over Broadway, Celia in Monsters, Inc. and Bonnie Swanson in Family Guy. She was nominated for an Academy Award for Olive; she is also an excellent poker player. She and poker player Phil Laak have been together since 2004.

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Second marriage came with Playboy playmate, Jami Ferrell. The Indiana native was playmate of the month in 1997. The couple tied the knot in 2000 and after only three weeks, they called it quits. Jami now 40, also dated actor Jack Nicholson and Hugh Hefner, nothing weird there.

Reports say Simon gave away most of his fortune to charity.