ELIZABETH "LIZ" TAYLOR - DOCUMENT SIGNED 02/03/1982 - HFSID 275019
ELIZABETH TAYLOR In the year of her divorce from Senator Warner, the actress borrows 2 million dollars. Promissory Note signed: "Elizabeth Taylor", 2p (front and verso), 8½x11. Los Angeles, California, 1982 February 3. Taylor borrows $2,000,000 from F.C.A. Credit Corporation of California at 13.
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In the year of her divorce from Senator Warner, the actress borrows 2 million dollars.
Promissory Note signed: "Elizabeth Taylor", 2p (front and verso), 8½x11. Los Angeles, California, 1982 February 3. Taylor borrows $2,000,000 from F.C.A. Credit Corporation of California at 13.5% per annum, to be repaid in monthly installments of $22,908.40 until 1992 March 5, at which time any unpaid balance is due. Taylor may prepay the Note in full or in part without penalty. The note is secured by a deed of trust to Title Insurance and Trust Company. There is no co-signer. Already a striking beauty by age ten, violet-eyed, London-born child star Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011), who made her film debut in 1942, grew up to play sizzling adult roles on screen. Married to Nick Hilton, Michael Wilding, Mike Todd, Eddie Fisher, Richard Burton (twice), John Warner and Larry Fortensky, Taylor won Academy Awards for Best Actress for Butterfield 8 (1960) and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966). The first actress to earn $1 million for a motion picture (Cleopatra, 1963), Taylor was also nominated for Best Actress Oscars in 1957 (Raintree County), 1958 (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof) and 1959 (Suddenly, Last Summer). Named a Dame by Queen Elizabeth II on December 31, 1999, Taylor was also a John F. Kennedy Center Honoree in 2002. Despite debilitating health problems, she is also known for her tireless efforts to raise funds for AIDS charities. This loan was obtained at a difficult time in Taylor's life. Although she had been Tony-nominated for her part in The Little Foxes in 1981 and would soon co-star with former husband Richard Burton in a stage revival of Private Lives, she divorced husband and US Senator John Warner in November of 1982. In 1983, she checked herself into the Betty Ford clinic to combat alcohol and painkiller addiction. Staple and binder holes at top. Overall, fine condition.
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