Joley Fisher. In all, he was married five times. Four of those marriages ended in divorce while his last wife died of lung cancer in 2010.
In fact, Fisher was involved in two of the biggest celebrity scandals of the 1950s and 1960s: Leaving his story-book marriage (at least in the eyes of the press) to "America's Sweetheart" Debbie Reynolds for the recently widowed Elizabeth Taylor (one of the top box office stars in the world at the time), and then losing Liz to Richard Burton on the set of Cleopatra (1963).
In 1958, Liz Taylor had recently lost her husband, Oscar-winning producer Mike Todd, when Eddie moved in on her in the guise of providing solace and comfort. Mike Todd had been Eddie Fisher's best friend. The romance and divorce publicly humiliated Debbie Reynolds and the scandal effectively derailed Fisher's singing career. His TV show, The Eddie Fisher Show, was promptly cancelled as he had lost his wholesome image, which was a critical component of popularity until Liz's later romance created modern celebrity as we know it, with its "anything goes" mentality.
After divorcing Debbie Reynolds to marry Elizabeth Taylor, Eddie Fisher's career took a nose-dive. The 5'4" Fisher never clicked in motion pictures, as did Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and other singers. He did have a bit part in Liz Taylor's BUtterfield-8, in which she won her first Oscar for playing a doomed whore.
He became a public laughing stock when Liz's affair with Richard Burton went public. Now considered a second- if not third-rate talent, he was forced to play Vegas and the nightclub circuit, playing in smaller venues as the decade wore down.
Fisher married Connie Stevens in 1967 but they were divorced after two years later after having two children. The only real publicity he received in the last 40 years of his life were from two autobiographies he wrote, the last of which Been There, Done That was an unsavory tome that detailed his sex life with his former wives.
Long estranged from his daughter Carrie Fisher, father and daughter finally reconciled in 2006. Before the reconciliation, Fisher -- who also is a writer of some note -- had made many nasty comments about her father, whom she very rarely saw.