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    • Marisa Wayne

      qM2dNGPb.jpg MARISA WAYNE

      Date of Birth
      22 February 1966, Burbank, California, USA

      Trivia
      Daughter of John Wayne and Pilar Wayne.

      Birth Name
      Marisa Carmela Wayne

      Spouse
      Tony Ditteaux (4 May 2005 - present) 2 children.

      Children
      Carmela Louise Ditteaux b.18/06/2004.Female
      Duke Morrison Ditteaux b.13/09/2007. Male

      Sister of Ethan Wayne and Aissa Wayne
      Half-sister of Michael Wayne, Patrick Wayne, Toni Wayne and Melinda Wayne
      Aunt of Brendan Wayne
      Niece of Robert E. Morrison

      Filmography
      Self
      1. Home and Family (TV Series) Dash Mihok/Ethan & Marisa Wayne (2015) ... Herself
      2. The Personal Property of John Wayne (Video documentary) (2011)...Herself
      3. 100 Years of John Wayne (TV Short documentary) (2007)...Herself
      4. A Woman's Guide to Firearms (Video) (1987)...Herself
      5. The Hollywood Greats- John Wayne(TV Series documentary) (1984)...Herself

      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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    • Re: Duke's Daughters- Marisa Wayne

      It is generally accepted that Marisa, loked more like Duke,
      than any of the other children.
      Duke thought of her as a little 'doll'

      Marisa was married to former Olympic skier Jack Rommick, for four years,
      during which time she lived on a ranch outside Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
      Late she became a country western singer.
      She's the image of John Wayne
      Pilar declared.
      That's her face, in Duke's early westerns.

      Left to right, Patrick Wayne; Marisa Wayne ; Ethan Wayne; USPS CFO Richard Strasser;and Aissa Wayne; Melinda Wayne Munoz.
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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    • Re: Duke's Daughters- Marisa Wayne

      ethanedwards wrote:

      3. A Woman's Guide to Firearms (1987) (V) .... Herself

      I'm kind of bummed that this does not seem to be readily available. I think it would be interesting, and of course it would have the added attraction of starring John Wayne's daughter.

      Mrs. C :angel1:

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    • Marisa Wayne to compete in the 2011 Macmillan 4x4 UK Challenge

      The Mac 4x4 is a long-distance, annual, four-wheel drive navigational endurance event in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support that has taken place every March since 2002. Starting in the West Midlands and covering up to 1000 miles on and off road in less than three days.


      Marisa Wayne, the youngest daughter of legendary Hollywood icon John Wayne will fly over from California to compete in the 10th anniversary run of the Macmillan 4x4 UK challenge over the weekend of 3rd - 6th March 2011 as a co-driver in ‘Team Duke’, one of the Beds, Herts and Cambs Land Rover Club (BHCLRC) teams. Marisa will compete in a 1995 300Tdi Defender in this special run of the event which also marks the 100th anniversary of Macmillan.

      Marisa’s participation will help raise awareness of the event and subsequently boost sponsorship opportunities, all of which goes directly to Macmillan. The Mac 4x4 currently raises over £100,000 per year for Macmillan Cancer Support, with a grand total of approximately £600,000 to date.

      Marisa enters the event as an ambassador for the John Wayne Cancer Foundation (JWCF), in acknowledgement of the two charities respective roles in cancer related support and research.

      John Wayne survived lung cancer in 1964, but died 15 years later after a battle with cancer of the stomach. During this difficult period, he became passionate about helping others fight this terrible disease. To honour his memory, his family created the John Wayne Cancer Foundation (JWCF) to bring “courage, strength and grit” to the fight against cancer.

      Since its founding in 1985, the JWCF has supported awareness programs, education programs and support groups, and is aligned with like-minded groups and non-profit organisations that advance the fight against cancer. JWCF has also been committed to groundbreaking cancer research and education at the John Wayne Cancer Institute (JWCI).

      Previous celebrity supporters of the ‘Mac 4x4’ include Charlie Webster, Julia Bradbury, Lynn Bowles, Sunita Shroff and Charlie Dimmock.

      To sponsor Marisa's team please go to www.justgiving.com/Mac4x4TeamDukejustgiving.com/Mac4x4TeamDuke
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    • Re: Duke's Daughters- Marisa Wayne

      Russ,

      First of all, we'd like to welcome you to the Original John Wayne Message Board, the best of its kind here on the web!

      Second, THANK YOU for the link to the excellent interview with Marisa (and for the correction regarding Marisa's younger child)!

      Chester :newyear: and the Mrs. :angel1:
    • Re: Duke's Daughters- Marisa Wayne

      Hi Russ Brown

      Thanks for the links,

      WELCOME to The JWMB-
      The Original John Wayne Message Board
      where fans come to have fun!

      Please take a look around,
      we're a friendly bunch of folks,
      and there is a wealth of information to see,
      regarding the great man.

      You may find these links useful:-


      John Wayne:- A Newbies Guide to Duke


      Link to Duke's Movies, Co-Stars- Pals Of The Saddle and Movie Locations
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England
    • Re: Duke's Daughters- Marisa Wayne

      Hi Russ,

      Thanks for joining us here. And thanks for posting the C&I videos which I hadn't seen before. Feel free to post updates on the race next year.
      Kevin - Moderator/Administrator
      jwayne.com
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      Official JWMB online store
    • Re: Duke's Daughters- Marisa Wayne

      Well I have tried and enjoyed the JW beef jerky and I own two Old Guys Rule T shirts.
      Part of the proceeds from sales go to the J.W. cancer foundation. I wouldn't mind going for a drive for a good cause. Anyone up for a rock & roll road trip?
      Greetings from North of the 49th
    • Re: Duke's Daughters- Marisa Wayne

      We now have a dedicated thread for foundation and Institute

      John Wayne Cancer Foundation
      John Wayne Cancer Institute




      Marisa Wayne to compete in the 2011
      Macmillan 4x4 UK Challenge
      The Mac 4x4 is a long-distance, annual, four-wheel drive navigational endurance event
      in aid of
      Macmillan Cancer Support
      that has taken place every March since 2002.
      Starting in the West Midlands and covering up to 1000 miles on and off road
      in less than three days.

      Marisa Wayne, the youngest daughter of legendary Hollywood icon John Wayne
      will fly over from California to compete in the 10th anniversary run of the Macmillan 4x4 UK
      challenge over the weekend of 3rd - 6th March 2011 as a co-driver in ‘Team Duke’,
      one of the Beds, Herts and Cambs Land Rover Club (BHCLRC) teams.
      Marisa will compete in a 1995 300Tdi Defender in this special run of the event
      which also marks the 100th anniversary of Macmillan.

      Marisa’s participation will help raise awareness of the event and subsequently
      boost sponsorship opportunities, all of which goes directly to Macmillan.
      The Mac 4x4 currently raises over £100,000 per year for Macmillan Cancer Support,
      with a grand total of approximately £600,000 to date.

      Marisa enters the event as an ambassador for the John Wayne Cancer Foundation (JWCF),
      in acknowledgement of the two charities respective roles in cancer related support and research.

      John Wayne survived lung cancer in 1964, but died 15 years later after a battle
      with cancer of the stomach.
      During this difficult period, he became passionate about helping
      others fight this terrible disease.
      To honour his memory, his family created the John Wayne Cancer Foundation (JWCF)
      to bring “courage, strength and grit” to the fight against cancer.

      Since its founding in 1985, the JWCF has supported awareness programs, education
      programs and support groups, and is aligned with like-minded groups and non-profit
      organisations that advance the fight against cancer.
      JWCF has also been committed to groundbreaking cancer research
      and education at the John Wayne Cancer Institute (JWCI).

      Previous celebrity supporters of the ‘Mac 4x4’ include Charlie Webster,
      Julia Bradbury, Lynn Bowles, Sunita Shroff and Charlie Dimmock.

      To sponsor Marisa's team please go to justgiving.com/Mac4x4TeamDuke
      Originally posted by Kevin May 29th, 2010, 01:19 AM



      As Kevin says:-
      To sponsor Marisa's team please go to:-
      Just Giving-Marisa Wayne's 2011 Mac 4x4 Page

      Also see:-
      Macmillan 4x4 UK Challenge
      John Wayne Cancer Foundation
      John Wayne Cancer Institute

      Macmillan Cancer Support
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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