Diane Soldani is the ex-wife of Doug McClure. Soldani’s ex-husband, McClure was an American actor whose career in film and television extended from the 1950s to the 1990s. He is best known for his role as the cowboy Trampas during the entire run from 1962 to 1971 of the series The Virginian.
Diane Soldani’s ex-husband, McClure was born in Glendale, California. His English mother, Clara Elsie (née Barker), had moved to the United States in 1915 with her widowed mother, who married an American, Frank S Artman. Clara Barker was naturalized as an American citizen in 1918, and married Irish-American Donald Reed McClure in 1929. Donald and Clara were parents to Donald Reed McClure Jr. and then Doug. The widowed Clara married former mayor of Beverly Hills Frank Clapp in 1971. Much information isnt available about Soldani. Information related to her age, date and place of birth are not avilable.
However, Diane Soldani and her ex-husband, McClure got married in 1970. The couple got married in a beautiful ceremony in the presence of their friends, family and loved ones. The couple were married for 9 years before calling it a quit. The divorced in 1979. The reason behind their divorce was never made public.
Their nine years married was blessed with a child. Diane Soldani and her ex-husband, McClure’s daughter is called Valerie McClure.
Much is not know about the daughter of the couple, Valerie McClure.
Valerie McClure and her mother Diane Soldani have been living a very private life far away from the media. Much was not heard from Diane Soldani after her divorce from McClure. McClure took 5 woman to the alter during his life time.
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On February 5, 1995, Diane Soldani’s husband, McClure died at age 59 from lung cancer in Sherman Oaks, California. McClure was married to his fifth wife at the time of his death. McClure was divorced four times, including twice while he was performing on The Virginian.
The character of Troy McClure on The Simpsons was modeled after McClure and fellow actor Troy Donahue. Mike Reiss, executive producer of The Simpsons, said that Doug McClure’s daughter informed him that Doug was a big fan of The Simpsons. She said that while watching an episode Doug saw the character Troy McClure on the show and said “Are they making fun of me?” Doug said he thought the parody was funny, and his daughters would call him Troy McClure behind his back as a joke.