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She has one of the most recognized faces in the world. Over forty years after her death, Marilyn Monroe is still a household name. Her trademark platinum hair and beauty mark, her famous skirt-blowing scene from The Seven-Year Itch, all of these things are a part of our culture. Marilyn Monroe is an icon, a legend. Who was this luminous woman, this glamorous star? Behind the glitter and the smiles, who was the woman who made it all possible?
Birth Name: Norma Jeane Mortenson Also Known As: Norma Jeane Baker Birth date: June 1, 1926 Birth place: Los Angeles, CA Death date: August 5, 1962 Death place: Brentwood, CA Height: 1 meter 66 centimeters Hair color: Blond Eyes: Blue High schools: Van Nuys High School; University High School Occupations: Model, Actress, Singer Mother: Gladys Baker Half-brother: Hermitt Jack Baker Half-sister: Berniece Miracle Marriages: Jimmy Dougherty (1942-1946); Joe DiMaggio (1954); Arthur Miller (1956-1961)
Born as Norma Jeane Mortenson on June 1, 1926 in Los Angeles General Hospital, her mother, Gladys, listed the fathers address as unknown. Marilyn would never know the true identity of her father. Due to her mother's mental instability and the fact that she was unmarried at the time, Norma Jeane was placed in the foster home of Albert and Ida Bolender. It was here she lived the first 7 years of her life. In 1933, Norma Jeane lived briefly with her mother. Gladys begin to show signs of mental depression and in 1934 was admitted to a rest home in Santa Monica. Grace McKee, a close friend of her mother took over the care of Norma Jeane. "Grace loved and adored her", recalled one of her co-workers. Grace, telling her..."Don't worry, Norma Jeane. You're going to be a beautiful girl when you get big...an important woman, a movie star." Grace was captivated by Jean Harlow, a superstar of the twenties, and Marilyn would later say..."and so Jean Harlow was my idol." Grace was to marry in 1935 and due to financial difficulties, Norma Jeane was placed in an orphanage from September 1935 to June 1937. Grace frequently visited her, taking her to the movies, buying clothes and teaching her how to apply makeup at her young age. Norma Jeane was to later live with several of Grace's relatives. In September 1941 Norma Jeane was again living with Grace when she met Jim Dougherty (her 1st husband)
1. Jim Dougherty Monroe married James Dougherty on June 19, 1942. Dougherty joined the Merchant Marines in 1943 and in 1944 was sent overseas. Norma Jeane, while working in a factory inspecting parachutes in 1944, was photographed by the Army as a promotion to show women on the assembly line contributing to the war effort. One of the photographers, David Conover, asked to take further pictures of her. By spring of 1945, she was quickly becoming known as a "photographers dream" and had appeared on 33 covers of national magazines. In the fall of 1946 she was granted a divorce...later saying, "My marriage didn't make me sad, but it didn't make me happy either. My husband and I hardly spoke to each other. This wasn't because we were angry. We had nothing to say. I was dying of boredom." Her husbands.
In 1952, Marilyn Monroe met baseball player Joe DiMaggio. Two years later, they eloped. Reports claim that their marital problems began on their honeymoon itself, and the duo divorced less than a year into the marriage. However, DiMaggio was the one who Monroe turned to for help even in the most dire circumstances. The two even considered remarrying in 1961. After Monroe's death, DiMaggio claimed her body and arranged her funeral. For 20 years, he had a half-dozen red roses delivered to her crypt three times a week. In 2006, DiMaggio's adopted granddaughters auctioned the bulk of his estate, which featured two letters Monroe penned to him and a photograph signed "I love you, Joe, Marilyn."
Marilyn Monroe had met celebrated playwright Arthur Miller in 1950, but it was only after she divorced DiMaggio that she got romantically involved with him. Miller and Monroe married in 1956. As Monroe's mental health deteriorated, their relationship suffered a great deal and they were involved in a number of public fights. One of Monroe's psychiatrists said that Miller genuinely tried to help her get through her mental problems, but she wouldn't let him. In 1961, the two finalised their divorce.
Golden Globe for "Female World Film Favorite 1954" Nomination for Best Foreign Actress, 1956 British Academy Awards ("The Seven Year Itch") Nomination for Best Foreign Actress, 1958 British Academy Awards ("The Prince and the Showgirl") David Di Donatello Prize for Best Foreign Actress ("The Prince and the Showgirl," 1959) Crystal Star Award for Best Foreign Actress ("The Prince and the Showgirl," 1959) Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Comedy ("Some Like It Hot," 1960)
In 1999, Marilyn was named the Number One Sex Star of the 20th Century by Playboy magazine In 1999, Marilyn was voted the 'Sexiest Woman of the Century' by People Magazine. Issued on June 1, 1995, Marilyn was featured on a 32¢ US commemorative postage stamp. Elton John recorded the song "Candle in the Wind" as a tribute to Marilyn Monroe. In December 1953, she was the Playboy "Sweetheart" of the Month. In February 1953, Marilyn was named the “The Most Advertised Girl in the World” by the Advertising Association of the West. In 1946, she began using the stage name Marilyn Monroe, but did not legally change her name until February 23, 1956.
♥ ♥ ♥ O, Time Be Kind Help this weary being To forget what is sad to remember Lose my loneliness, Ease my mind, While you eat my flesh ♥ ♥ ♥ To the weeping willow I stood beneath your limbs and you flowered and finally clung to me and when the wind struck....the earth and sand--you clung to me. ♥ ♥ ♥ Life, I am of both your directions Existing more with the cold frost Strong as a cobweb in the wind Hanging downward the most Somehow remaining Those beaded rays have the colors I've seen in paintings--ah life They have cheated you Thinner than a cobwebs's thread Sheerer than any- But it did attach itself And held fast in strong winds And singed by the leaping hot fires Life-of which at singular times I am both of your directions- Somehow I remain hanging downward the most As both of your directions pull me.
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