Full name: Marilyn Monroe
Born name: Norma Jeane Mortenson
Birth date: June 1, 1926
Death date: August 5, 1962
Birthplace: Los Angeles, Californi
Occupation: Film Actress
Spouse (s): James Dougherty
Zodiac sign: Leo
Marilyn Monroe was an American one of the best actresses in history, during her career, Monroe became the symbol of sex. She acted in a large number of successful movies during the 1950s and 1960s. Within the short career length, she married three times. The legendary actress died in 1962 only at 36 years old.
Marilyn Monroe Early Life:
On June 1, 1926, Marilyn Monroe was born in Los Angeles, California. Monroe never knew who was her father, it seems to that Clark Gable is her father, but there is no strong evidence that Clark Gable met Monroe’s mother ever. Her mother, Gladys did not care her much that’s why had to pass early life in orphanages and care center. Marilyn Monroe had a half sister, a few times she met with the sister in a lifetime.
Marilyn Monroe Career:
Marilyn Monroe at early childhood passed most of the time in children hamlet. Then she started her career with modeling in the media world. Her modeling career assists her to contract with the Twenty Century Fox, where she signed for two movies. In her early appearances in the film were minor. In 1050, Monroe’s two movies The Asphalt Jungle and All About Eve drew the public attention a very lot, and she came to the timeline around the world. She played a leading role in the movie Don’t Bother to Knock in 1952 for the first time, following this year Monroe acted in Niagara that exposed Monroe’s seductiveness. She studied at the Actors Studio to extend her career range. In 1956, Monroe’s movie Bus Stop hailed by the critics for the first time and got a Golden Globe nomination.
Marilyn Monroe Personal Life:
The famous actress, Marilyn Monroe married for three times in short life. Only at 16 years old, she married James Dougherty a service holder of Aircraft Plant. On August 5, Marilyn Monroe died at only 36 due to a drug overdose. There was a rumor that she engaged with President John F. Kennedy.