A four-time Oscar nominee who died at 45, Montgomery Clift was a bright young talent, a tabloid fixture, and a posthumous gay icon.
In this exclusive excerpt from her forthcoming book, Anne Helen Petersen recounts the actor’s lonely life, ferocious talent, and tragic decline.
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