Sara Dylan Biography
(Bob Dylan's first wife, Actress)
Birthday: October 25, 1939 (Scorpio)
Born In: Wilmington, Delaware, United States
Sara Dylan, born Shirley Marlin Noznisky, is the first wife of legendary singer and songwriter Bob Dylan. The daughter of Jewish immigrants from Poland, she was born and raised in Delaware, US. After a difficult childhood, she moved to New York when she was 20. She initially worked as a “bunny girl” for the ‘Playboy Club’ and modeled, too. She married Hans Lownds, a magazine photographer, and soon changed her name from “Shirley” to “Sara.” After the birth of their daughter, the marriage fell apart. Later, she met Bob Dylan through a friend. They began dating and got married secretly in 1965. The couple lived in Woodstock, New York, and they had four children throughout their married life of 12 years. In this period, Dylan penned and sang a number of songs as a tribute to Sara. She was the inspiration behind the songs ‘Sara’ and ‘Love Minus Zero/No Limit.’ Sara Dylan essayed the role of ‘Clara’ in the film ‘Renaldo and Clara,’ which was directed by Dylan. Unfortunately, their marriage ended in a bitter divorce in 1977.