Lucie Arnaz married actor Phil Vandervort in 1971 and divorced him in 1979. She then remarried actor Laurence Luckinbill in 1980, and the two are still together to this day. The two share three kids on top of the two sons he has from a previous marriage. Professionally, Arnaz continued acting, landing roles in several famous productions, including “Law & Order,” “Will & Grace,” “Murder, She Wrote,” and several others.
Although she’s appeared in a handful of films, Arnaz has mostly stuck to television. She was also the executive producer for the biographical film about her parents, “Being the Ricardos,” in 2021.
Lauren Hutton — Now
Hutton has had a stellar acting career, starring in big Hollywood productions like “The Gambler,” “American Gigolo,” “Paper Dolls,” and many more. As for her personal life, Hutton never married, but she did have a notable 27-year relationship with Bob Williamson, who was her manager.
He passed in 1997, but Hutton has said on several occasions that Bob saved her life in more ways than one and made sure that the grueling industry in which she worked doesn't get the best of her. Castmates' accounts paint her as a relatable, down-to-earth woman. Hutton’s latest screen appearance was in the 2018 film “I Feel Pretty.”
If the name Lucie Arnaz sounds familiar, it’s because this actress is the daughter of the famous Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. (We don't think there are many more famous Arnazes out there.) Fitting in with her parents, she started appearing on screen as a child, on her mother’s show, “Here’s Lucy,” and then took on independent roles in the mid-70s.
Arnaz and Reynolds met in the early 70s and dated for a year and a half, from 1974 to 1975. Sadly for Arnaz, Reynolds met Sally Field in 1975 and fell head over heels for her, so they broke it off.
Chris Noel is a former American actress who became most known during the 1960s due to her roles in beach party movies like “Get Yourself a College Girl” and her dedicated work on the Armed Forces Radio and TV Service. This blonde beauty was often called “The Voice of Vietnam,” as she was the main entertainer for U.S. troops during the Vietnam War.
She met Burt Reynolds when she returned to the U.S. from her stint in Vietnam in 1967. They dated for a while, and people were even expecting Reynolds to propose, but in 1968 he met actress Miko Mayama and fell for her.
Chris Noel – Now
While the Vietnam War is long gone, and so is Noel's part in it, she is still remembered for it. Even though Chris Noel retired from her acting career in the late 1980s, she’s appeared in several documentaries about the Vietnam War in the 2000s. Noel married a Green Beret captain named Ty Herrington in 1969, but sadly, their marriage only lasted 11 months as he tragically took his own life.
She remarried three more times after that but had no children. Well into her 80 years of age, Noel is still remembered as the ray of sunshine that made troops smile during such terrible wartimes.