Despite varying spiritual beliefs, some couples live happily ever after. Others don’t.
When she was 27, Elizabeth Taylor – raised as a Christian Scientist -- converted to Judaism and stuck with that faith for the rest of her life. She said she did not do it because her husband, Mike Todd, who had died a year earlier in a plane crash, was the grandson of a Polish rabbi or because her next husband, Eddie Fisher was Jewish. Her next husband, Richard Burton, gave his religion as Presbyterian (and she gave hers as Jewish) when they tied the knot in 1964. Here Taylor and Burton leave a London club in 1978.
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