John Nash as a young child. His parents knew he was gifted in mathematics and strove to provide him with the best education possible.

John Nash as a young child. His parents knew he was gifted in mathematics and strove to provide him with the best education possible.

John Nash and Alicia divorced in 1963, because of John's mental instability. John continued to live in the same home as Alicia and John Jr.,  which seemed to help his delusions. And the pair remarried in 2001.

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John Nash met Alicia in 1956, and they married in 1957. They very quickly had a child, but John was being treated for schizophrenia, and Alicia did not want to name their son without John's input, so the child went unnamed for over a year.

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Alicia and John's son was eventually named John Charles Martin Nash.

John Charles Martin Nash, who goes by Johnny, was seen looking disheveled outside the family home in Princeton, New Jersey on Monday, two days after his parents John and Alicia died in a crash.

In 1954, John Nash was arrested on charges of indecent exposure, and while the charges were dropped, he lost his current job position at MIT.

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John Nash left Eleanor when she told him of her pregnancy, as he felt that her social class was lower than his. Nonetheless, Eleanor had the baby, named John David Stier.

John Nash left Eleanor when she told him of her pregnancy, as he felt that her social class was lower than his. Nonetheless, Eleanor had the baby, named John David Stier.

In 1951, John Nash met Eleanor Stier and began a relationship with her.

In John Nash met Eleanor Stier and began a relationship with her.

John Nash was born in Bluefield, West Virginia on June 13, 1928.

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