Besides having an on-the-screen chemistry, he was in a 26-year personal relationship with Hepburn, from 1941 until his death in 1967, although he was married, but separated from his wife, Louise. He and his wife had a son, who was born deaf, and a daughter. Tracey was a devout Roman Catholic, thus divorce was out of the question.
Hepburn fell in love with Tracy, but as a Catholic, he would not divorce his wife Louise. After Louise Tracy's death in 1983, Hepburn finally acknowledged their decades-long affair.  ) The normally fiercely independent Hepburn accommodated herself to Tracy, seeing him through his periodic alcoholic relapses.
Tracy's strong Roman Catholic beliefs precluded his divorcing wife Louise, though they mostly lived apart. Tracy suffered from severe alcoholism and diabetes (from the late 1940s), which led to his declining several tailor-made roles in films that would become big hits with other actors in those roles.
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Father of the Bride: Directed by Vincente Minnelli. With Spencer Tracy, Joan Bennett, Elizabeth Taylor, Don Taylor. The father of a young woman deals with the emotional pain of her getting married, along with the financial and organizational trouble of arranging the wedding.
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09/03/2007 · Katharine Hepburn finally met her match both personally and professionally in Spencer Tracy. Both red-headed and strong willed, they were already involved in a romantic relationship in the summer of 1942 when they began filming their second film together, Keeper of the Flame (1942), a drama about a widow of a man believed to be a hero who tries to hide the fact that he was in reality a fascist.