For eight years, from the mid-1960s to the early 70s, Elizabeth Montgomery charmed America with a little nose wriggle as she portrayed the enchanting Samantha Stephens in the TV sitcom Bewitched.
When she wasn't on-screen, Montgomery was busy being involved with various charitable causes and political activism. She was a known advocate for equality and AIDS patients, and even volunteered with the AIDS Project in Los Angeles.
However, there's a lot more to the star's life that the public did not know about.
According to Herbie Pilato's book,Twitch Upon A Star, Montgomery's off-screen life was allegedly filled with personal ups and downs and she struggled to find happiness.
"She had a dark side to her," Pilato told Mail Online.
The tell-all book also revealed the big reason why the actress was drawn to "troubled men" and went through multiple marriages and affairs.