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Cary Grant’s ex-wife addresses his long-standing gay rumors & relationship with Randolph Scott

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Rock Hudson, Montgomery Clift, Ramon Navarro—were queer. And while they weren’t out at the time (for obvious reasons), friends and family have since shared their truths, giving us a new perspective on Tinseltown’s glory days.So, when rumors began to swirl that legendary leading man Cary Grant was gay (inadvertently started by Betty White, of all people) no one was all that shocked.Though the leading man wooed countless women on screen—from Katharine Hepburn in Bringing Up Baby to Ingrid Bergman in Notorious—and was married five times, there were whispers about flings with other men.

He even lived with fellow actor Randolph Scott, on and off, for a number of years, with many claiming their relationship was romantic.

And very passionate. Now, Grant’s fourth wife, Dyan Cannon, is addressing some of those rumors, and stoking our curiosity further.Cannon is a three-time Oscar nominee, known for her work in sex comedy Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, sports fantasy Heaven Can Wait, and (very queer) mystery classics Deathtrap and The Last Of Shelia.

She and Grant married in 1965, had their daughter Jennifer the next year (his only child), and divorced in 1967.In 2011, she wrote her best-selling memoir Dear Cary: My Life With Cary Grant, which became the basis of British network ITV’s miniseries, Archie, featuring Jason Isaacs as the late Hollywood star.While doing press for the series, Cannon and Isaacs were asked about the rumors surrounding Grant’s sexuality:“I heard rumors about Cary being gay before we married,” Cannon admits to uInterview. “I never saw any indication of that.

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