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  1. The Life Summary of Anthony Dion When Anthony Dion Fay was born on 5 February 1932, in New York, United States, his father, Francis Anthony Donner, was 40 and his mother, Ruby Catherine Stevens, was 24. He lived in California, United States in 1968 and Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California, United States in 2007.

  2. 17/05/2006 · Birth Date: 5 Feb 1932. Birth Place: Los Angeles, California. Father Name: Frank Fay. Mother Name: Barbara Stanwyck. Death Date: 17 May 2006. Type of Claim: Original SSN. Notes: Oct 1950: Name listed as TONY FAY; Apr 1957: Name listed as ANTHONY DION FAY; 23 May 2006: Name listed as ANTHONY D FAY. Source Information:

  3. 06/01/2020 · The child of Lee Majors' first marriage is growing up in Virginia, and his memory of his father dims as the month pass. Barbara Stanwyck is permanently estranged from her adopted son. Her love of acting has cost her both her marriages. She was twenty-one years old when she married Frank Fay. Who is Barbara Stanwyck's son? Anthony Dion Fay

  4. Dion Anthony "Tony" Fay was born on month day 1932, at birth place, New York, to . was born on July 16 1907, in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States. Dion lived on month day 2007, at address, California. Dion passed away on month day 2006, at age 74 at death place, California. Documents of Dion Anthony "Tony" Fay

  5. 06/03/2011 · She and her husband Frank Fay adopted a poor kid they named Dion. Since neither of them really wanted or liked children and both were career-driven it's hard to understand why they did it. I guess because they could. And adopting a child always resulted in good publicity.%0D %0D Dion was neglected and made to feel unwanted, which he probably was.

  6. They named him Dion, later amending the name to Anthony Dion, nicknamed Tony. The marriage was troubled; Fay's successful Broadway career did not translate to the big screen, whereas Stanwyck achieved Hollywood stardom. Fay was reportedly physically abusive to Stanwyck, especially when he was inebriated.