LOS ANGELES – Robert Evans is headed to divorce court — again. His seventh wife, Victoria White O'Gara, filed for divorce June 16 in Superior Court, citing irreconcilable differences, according to People magazine.
Michael Levine, spokesman for the 75-year-old former Paramount production chief, declined comment Tuesday.
The pair were married last August in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. It was the third marriage for White O'Gara, 43, who has three children.
Evans began his Hollywood career as an actor and headed Paramount Pictures during its resurgence in the 1960s and early 1970s. His credits as a producer include "Chinatown" and "The Cotton Club."
His life story was the subject of the 2002 documentary "The Kid Stays in the Picture."
Evans was also previously married to former Versace model Leslie Ann Woodward, Ali MacGraw, former Miss America Phyllis George, Catherine Oxenberg, Sharon Hugueny and Camilla Sparv.