How Old Is Lynne St. David? Norman Jewison’s Wife

Lynne St. David is the wife of Norman Jewison who was a Canadian film and television director and producer. Jewison addressed social and political issues. He founded the Canadian Film Centre, in 1988 and received the Governor General’s Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement for his multiple contributions to the film industry in Canada, in 2003.

Who Is Lynne St. David?

Lynne St. David married with Norman Jewison, in 2010, whom she had begun dating in 2008. Her married name is Lynne St. David-Jewison. Her husband, Norman Jewison died at his home in Los Angeles on January 20, 2024, at age 97.

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Norman Jewison was previously married with Margaret Ann Dixon. They tied knot on July 11, 1953. She died on November 26, 2004, the day following her 74th birthday, in Orangeville, Ontario, from undisclosed causes. They had three children and five grandchildren.

Lynne St. David Age

Lynne St. David is her late 60s. She holds Canadian nationality and belongs to White ethnicity. Not much is known about her personal life. She stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.

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More About Lynne St. David’s Husband: Norman

In 2004, Norman Jewison was named Chancellor of Victoria University in honour of his continuous support and contributions to the arts; he served in that position until October 2010.

Blake Goldring gave $1,000,000 to Victoria University at the University of Toronto to create a Jewison-named first-year liberal arts programme in 2010.

Less than 30 students entered Norman Jewison Stream for Imagination and the Arts, in September 2011. School graduate Goldring graduated, in 1981. He once stated, describing the essential element of the films he makes,

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“I want people to recognise themselves in the movies I make. I don’t enjoy no-brainer action movies”

His big break came with the drama The Cincinnati Kid (1965), starring Steve McQueen. It’s regarded as one of the best gambling films ever made and Jewison loved it personally since it was his first difficult drama.

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