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1. Kelly Rutherford Deane was born on November 6, 1968.
2. She is better known as Kelly Rutherford.
3. She is an American actress
4. Rutherford married Venezuelan banker Carlos Tarajano in June 2001. Rutherford filed for divorce in January 2002, after six months of marriage. The wedding was featured shortly thereafter in the February 2002 issue of InStyle magazine.
5. She is known for her television roles as Stephanie “Sam” Whitmore on the NBC daytime soap opera Generations (1989–91), as Megan Lewis on the Fox primetime soap opera Melrose Place (1996–99), and as Lily van der Woodsen on The CW series Gossip Girl (2007–12).
6. She is the daughter of Ann Edwards. She has a brother named Anthony.
7. Rutherford attended Corona del Mar High School in Newport Beach, California.
8. She later studied at HB Studio in New York City, and the Beverly Hills Playhouse in California.
9. Rutherford married her second husband, German businessman Daniel Giersch, in August 2006.
10. She gave birth to their first child, son Hermés Gustaf Daniel Giersch, in October 2006. While pregnant with their second child, Rutherford filed for divorce from Giersch on December 30, 2008.
11. Rutherford and Giersch subsequently became involved in a child custody dispute over their son and their unborn child. Rutherford gave birth to their second child, daughter Helena, in June 2009.
12. One of the ugliest custody cases recently is the one between actress Kelly Rutherford and businessman Daniel Giersch. The two divorced in 2010 and have been involved in an ugly custody battle for their two children. Complicating matters is the fact that Giersch’s work visa was revoked and he now has to live abroad. Recently, Rutherford was awarded temporary custody of the children, but then lost it a few months later. There was confusion over which court has jurisdiction over the case due to the international boundaries involved. Rutherford’s case caught the public’s attention, with many people feeling that the children should be brought back to their home country.