Jeraldine Saunders was an American writer and lecturer best remembered for creating The Love Boat, an ABC television series and accompanying made-for-TV films about the comedic and romantic experiences of various itinerant passengers.
Saunders had worked as a model, astrologer, numerologist, and palm reader, among other things.
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Jeraldine, the famous, was born in Los Angeles on 3rd of September 1923. She stood at 5’6″ tall. She was 99 years old when she passed away on February 25, 2019.
After discovering her boyfriend, actor Albert Dekker, dead in his Hollywood home in 1968, Saunders became embroiled in a homicide inquiry. The cause Jeraldine’s death was determined to be an accident.
The Love Boats, her anecdotal description of her tenure as the first full-time female cruise director, was the inspiration for the show. Saunders got the opportunity to be the author of Omar’s Astro Forecast from year 2003 till her death.
Sydney Omarr, to whom she had been briefly married, launched the nationally syndicated horoscope column in 1966, which is read by hundreds of millions of people throughout the world.
Saunders found her fiancé, actor Albert Dekker, dead at his Hollywood home in 1968. The cause of death was determined to be unintentional.
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In 1942, she married Russell Phillips, but the couple separated in 1945. Following that, she married Sydney Omarr in 1966, but their marriage only lasted a year before they divorced. In 1972, she married Arthur Andrews for the second time.
Jeraldine Saunders has an estimated net worth of $1.7 million.