Children of this Relationship
|Julia Laurette||4/11/1997||19 yrs.||Female||Biological|
|Jefferson Salvini||6/15/1998||18 yrs.||Male||Biological|
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Relationship Information, Quotes, and Trivia
Where and/or how did Heather Randall and Tony Randall meet?
Tony and Heather met met when she was a drama student at New York University and she interned at his fledgling theater company.
Why did Heather Randall and Tony Randall break up?
Other Relationship Information about Heather Randall and Tony Randall:
Heather talked of how Tony adored his children and how loving he was with them. She said he faced death bravely, but his greatest sorrow was leaving them behind.
Classic Quotes by Heather Randall and Tony Randall about their relationship:
"You know, I could say a million things about the hypocrisy of the people who comment on my marriage. The first thing I'd say is, 'You weren't there!' The second thing is, to all the women who have been used, abused, dicked over, dumped, cheated on, and stolen from: 'Who wouldn't want a successful, smart, wonderful man who worshipped the ground you walked on?'" Heather Randall 1/2008
"I never wanted to be a professional widow." Heather Randall 1/2008
"Did his friends think I was a gold digger at first? Well, I remember one or two women telling him he was an old fool...and I'm sure people said and continue to say things behind my back...but I don't hear most of it. I don't think anything like that ever occurred to them. If they thought I was a jerk, I would think they would have dropped me like a hot potato." Heather Randall 1/2008
"That kinda stung." Heather Randall 1/2008
"She thought I made a great choice." Heather Randall 1/2008
"He was mortally offended by stupidity and, of course, most of our pop culture is that. He would have hated Britney Spears now with all his heart. He hated rock and was completely clueless. One day he came home and said, 'Do you know somebody named Billy Joel? He approached me on the street and said he was a big fan. He acted like I should know him.' And I'm like, 'You idiot!'" Heather Randall 1/2008
"This is all too funny. I always imagine what it would be like to go on Howard Stern, because I know the first thing he would ask is, 'What is it like to give an 80-year-old a blow job?' I know this is hard for people to grasp, but sex was not a problem. We had frequent sex until he went into the hospital. It was just a normal part of our married life, and it was happy, and we took care of each other that way until the end." Heather Randall 1/2008
"It's horrible for a child to lose a parent at an early age, but our life is not a tragedy because Tony died. He was a loving husband...And since he couldn't have kids with his first wife, he desperately wanted them...so he was an incredibly loving father...And a great provider. His children have everything they will ever need. His presence is very, very strong in our lives." Heather Randall 1/2008