Susan Sarandon is a very attractive Hollywood actress and of course has been dating many men in the past. Wanna know who dated Sarandon? Let us examine Susan Sarandon's dating history below...  

In 1964, Sarandon (then a college student named Susan Tomalin) began dating actor Chris Sarandon. The pair married on September 16, 1967. In 1978, following their separation, Sarandon stated "I no longer believe in marriage" in an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine. Their divorce was finalized in 1979 and she retained Sarandon as her stage name.

Following her marital separation, Sarandon had a two-year relationship with director Louis Malle, who directed her in "Pretty Baby" and "Atlantic City".

In the mid-1980s, Sarandon dated Italian filmmaker Franco Amurri. She gave birth to their daughter, actress Eva Amurri, on March 15, 1985.

From 1988 to 2009, Sarandon was in a relationship with actor Tim Robbins, whom she met while they were filming "Bull Durham". They have two sons: Jack Henry (born 1989) and Miles Guthrie (born 1992). Sarandon , 65, told Reuters : "Of course you feel like a failure. It's a big deal, but again, it's an opportunity to grow," claiming : "It's been a lot of different things. It's traumatic and exhilarating," adding: "The one thing that's been really clear to me is that you have to think of your own life and your relationship and everything as a living organism. It's constantly moving, changing, growing. I think long-term relationships need to be constantly reevaluated and talked about."

It has to be noted that this was not the first time Sarandon has opened up about her split from Robbins. In October 2010, Sarandon weighed her decision to abstain from marriage in an interview with The Telegraph. "I thought that if you didn't get married you wouldn't take each other for granted as easily," Sarandon quoted as saying. "I don't know if after twenty-something years that was still true."

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