Tuesday, June 18

Georg Stanford Brown & Tyne Daly Raised 3 Kids Despite Racial Backlash — Pics of Their Daughters

Tyne Daly and her former husband, Georg Stanford Brown, were married for almost three decades before they went their separate ways. The legendary stars welcomed three daughters during their marriage, and they are now grown women with families.

For several years, Tyne Daly and Georg Stanford Brown, two iconic stars, gave impactful contributions to Hollywood. These celebrities have also worked behind the camera as producers and writers, apart from being active on screen.

A photo of Georg Stanford Brown and Tyne Daly | Source: Getty Images

A photo of Georg Stanford Brown and Tyne Daly | Source: Getty Images

They passed down these unique talents to their children, who also strongly inherited some of their physical features. Brown and Daly, a one-time dynamic couple who let love transcend race, now have three remarkable daughters turned mothers. Here is everything to know about the family.

WHAT ARE GEORG STANFORD BROWN AND TYNE DALY FAMOUS FOR?

The Cuban-Black native is an actor who began his career in the 1960s after appearing in the iconic comedy series “The Comedians” and “Rookies.” Some of his other famous works include “Roots,” “Bullitt,” and “Stir Crazy.”

Georg Stanford Brown at the 5th Annual TV Land Awards in Santa Monica | Source: Getty Images

Georg Stanford Brown at the 5th Annual TV Land Awards in Santa Monica | Source: Getty Images

Brown has many directorial credits to his name, and this earned recognition from fans and the movie world, giving him a spot on the Emmy nomination list several times. Daly is an actress and writer famous for scripting “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” She has also worked on “Judging Amy” and “Cagney & Lacey.”

WHAT DID DALY SAY ABOUT HER FORMER MARRIAGE?

Daly and her husband understood the true meaning of love. While the system opposed it, they remained persistent in their quest to exchange their marital vows on June 26, 1966. It was a time when miscegenation laws were upheld in about seventeen states in the US—laws that prohibited Caucasians from marrying Blacks.

Tyne Daly as as Detective Mary Beth Lacey in "Cagney & Lacey" in 1988 | Source: Getty Images

Tyne Daly as as Detective Mary Beth Lacey in “Cagney & Lacey” in 1988 | Source: Getty Images

Not one to be deterred by societal norms, the pair tied the knot against all odds, and the year after, the Supreme Court ruled over a case known as Loving v. Virginia, taking the racist laws down.

In 1977, Brown recalled the time he and his wife appeared together on “The Rookies” and the bad reception they got because of their different races. During an episode of the series, the couple shared the first-ever on-screen interracial kiss.