Anna Thynn Bio, Wiki
Anna Thynn, Marchioness of Bath (born Anna Abigail Gyarmathy), also known by her stage name Anna Gaël, is a Hungarian actress and war correspondent. She is also the wife of Alexander Thynn, 7th Marquess of Bath. He is reported to have passed away April 4th, 2020 from coronavirus.
Anna Thynn Age
She was born on September 27th, 1943 in Budapest, Hungary.
Anna Thynn Parents
Her father, László Izsak Gyarmathy, was a mathematician and her mother was a poet. She moved to France as a child and began acting when she was fifteen.
Anna Thynn Career
Anna Gyarmarthy acted under the stage name Anna Gaël. She starred in Hungarian, German, and French films including Via Macau in 1966, Therese and Isabelle in 1968, The Love Factor in 1969, and Take Me, Love Me in 1970. She retired from acting in 1981. She worked as a news reporter, covering conflicts in Vietnam, South Africa, and the Northern Ireland conflict.
Anna Thynn Husband (Alexander Thynn) & Children
Gaël met Alexander Thynn, Viscount Weymouth, the son of Henry Thynne, 6th Marquess of Bath and Daphne Fielding, in Paris in 1959. She later became his mistress while she was married to French film director Gilbert Pineau. On May 9th, 1969 Gaël married Viscount Weymouth at a London registry office. Later that year she gave birth to their first child, Lenka Thynn. In 1974 she gave birth to their second child, Ceawlin Thynn. In 1992 her husband succeeded his father as the 7th Marquess of Bath.
In 2013 her son married Emma McQuiston, the daughter of Nigerian businessman Oladipo Jadesimi. Gaël reportedly disapproved of her son’s marriage due to her daughter-in-law’s African ancestry. She was disinvited from the wedding.
Who is Alexander Thynn? His Death & Cause
Alexander was a politician, author, and artist but was best known for his flamboyant dress sense and affairs with 70 women, which he referred to as “wifelets”. Many of the women live in estate cottages but his son Viscount Weymouth – who has managed the business since 2010 – intends to evict them.
In 2009, Lord Bath was ranked 359th in the Sunday Times Rich List with an estimated wealth of £157million.
Alexander Thynn died on April 4th, 2020 from coronavirus. The Longleat estate announced the devastating news today.
Their statement read: “It is with the deepest sadness we have to announce Lord Bath has died at the age of 87. Alexander Thynn, 7th Marquess of Bath, passed away on Saturday. He was admitted to the Royal United Hospital in Bath on March 28 where it was confirmed he had the coronavirus.