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Subject: One of THE most gripping TV interviews I've ever seen, was the sit-down talk she had with the late TV host Tom Snyder in 1996, particularly reliving the day her son Carter Cooper, 23, jumped in 1988, from their 14th-floor penthouse terrace in front of mother Gloria. ...


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Date Posted: Monday, June 17, 10:33:22am
In reply to: RIP 's message, "HUGE part of American pop culture history -gone. She knew eeeeveryone. Her husbands alone, were a fascinating chapter, hubby #1 was mobster Pat DiCicco, #2 famed conductor Leopold Stokowski, #3 famed film director Sidney Lumet,, and #4 Cooper dad Wyatt! I caught the documentry "Nothing Left Unsaid" on her life a few years back -fascinating! ..." on Monday, June 17, 10:13:37am

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https://www.nytimes.com/1988/07/23/nyregion/ms-vanderbilt-s-son-plunges-to-his-death.html


Ms. Vanderbilt's Son Plunges to His Death.
NYTimes
July 23, 1988

Carter Vanderbilt Cooper, a son of the fashion designer and heiress Gloria Vanderbilt, plunged to his death from his mother's East Side apartment last evening, apparently a suicide, the police said.

A police spokeswoman, Sgt. Diane Kubler, said Mr. Cooper, 23 years old, jumped from a 14th-floor penthouse terrace at 10 Gracie Square about 7 P.M., landing in an alley between the building and a walkway next to the East River.

Mr. Cooper, who had been undergoing treatment for depression, left no note, Sergeant Kubler said. She said his mother was with him on the terrace when he jumped.

Mr. Cooper, whose residence was given as 30 Beekman Place, was the elder of two sons from Ms. Vanderbilt's fourth marriage. His father was Wyatt Emory Cooper, an author and film-script writer.

The heiress and Mr. Cooper, a well-known social figure, were married in 1963, he for the first time. He died of a heart ailment in 1978, at age 50.

Ms. Vanderbilt's three previous marriages, to Pasquale di Cicco, Leopold Stokowski and Sidney Lumet, all ended in divorce.

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Little Gloria, happy at last (NT).Monday, June 17, 11:17:54am


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