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Marilyn Monroe

Knowledge Identifier: +Marilyn_Monroe


Marilyn Monroe

American actress, model, and singer, who became a major sex symbol, starring in a number of commercially successful motion pictures during the 1950s and early 1960s add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1926.

Countries: United States (63%), United Kingdom (8%), California (8%)

Main connections: Arthur Miller, Joe DiMaggio, Jane Russell

Linked to: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Actors Studio, Life, New York Yankees




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Marilyn Monroe was born in 1926 add something


The documents showed that Mortensen filed for divorce from Gladys on March 5, 1927, and it was finalized on October 15, 1928 add something


In 1933, Gladys bought a house and brought Norma Jeane to live with her add something


When Norma Jeane was 9, McKee married Ervin Silliman "Doc" Goddard in 1935, and subsequently sent Monroe to the Los Angeles Orphans Home , followed by a succession of foster homes add something


In 1937, Monroe moved back into Grace and Doc Goddard's house, joining Doc's daughter from a previous marriage add something


In early 1938, Grace sent her to live with yet another one of her aunts, Ana Lower, who lived in the Van Nuys area of Los Angeles County add something


Martine Carol - During the late 1940s and early 1950s she was the leading sex symbol and a top box office draw of french cinema, and was considered a French version of America's Marilyn Monroe


Marilyn Miller - In the late 1940s, Norma Jeane Baker changed her name to Marilyn Monroe, at the urging of Ben Lyon, a one-time actor turned casting director at 20th Century Fox, who said she reminded him of Marilyn Miller


Arthur Miller - Miller was often in the public eye, particularly during the late 1940s, 1950s and early 1960s, a period during which he testified before the House Un-American Activities Committee, received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Prince of Asturias *award, and was married to Marilyn Monroe


Shelley Winters - She studied in the Hollywood Studio Club, and in the late 1940s she shared an apartment with another newcomer, Marilyn Monroe


In 1942, Monroe moved back to Grace and Doc Goddard's house add something


Monroe married James Dougherty on June 19, 1942, at the home of Chester Howell in Los Angeles add something


In 1943, during World War II, Dougherty enlisted in the Merchant Marine add something


After spending much of her childhood in foster homes, Monroe began a career as a model, which led to a film contract in 1946 with Twentieth Century-Fox add something


The marriage ended when he returned from overseas in 1946 add something


Jean Louis - His most famous works include Rita Hayworth's black satin strapless dress from "Gilda" , Marlene Dietrich's celebrated beaded souffle stagewear for her cabaret world tours, as well as the sheer, sparkling gown Marilyn Monroe wore when she sang "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" to John F. Kennedy in 1962


In 1947 Monroe had been released from her contract with 20th Century Fox. She met with Hollywood pin-up photographer Bruno Bernard, who photographed her at the Racquet Club of Palm Springs,_California; and it was at the Racquet Club where she met Hollywood talent agent Johnny Hyde add something


Scotty Beckett - In 1947, he appeared alongside Dickie Moore in Marilyn Monroe's first film, "Dangerous Years"


In 1948, Monroe signed a six-month contract with Columbia Pictures and was introduced to the studio's head drama coach Natasha Lytess, who became her acting coach for several years add something


Phil Karlson - He directed Marilyn Monroe's first film, 1948's "Ladies of the Chorus", and worked on a number of low-budget projects for Monogram Pictures and Eagle-Lion Films before finally hitting his stride in the early 1950s, when he turned out a string of tough, gritty, realistic and violent crime thrillers


Willy Bogner, Sr. - Two of his innovations were the first stretch ski pants in 1948 which were modeled by the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Jayne_Mansfield, and Ingrid Bergman, and the tip-top hat in 1955


In 1949, she caught the eye of photographer Tom Kelley, who convinced her to pose nude add something


"De Dienes took many of the Monroe's most famous early photographs as 'Norma Jeane,"' including those of her climbing a hillside in khakis and green sweater, and sitting on the highway, as well as the shots on Tobay Beach in August 1949 add something


Jack Lemmon - Lemmon's film debut was a bit part as a plasterer/painter in the 1949 film The Lady Takes a Sailor but he was not noticed until his official debut opposite Judy Holliday in the 1954 comedy It Should Happen to You. Lemmon worked with many legendary leading ladies, among them Marilyn Monroe, Natalie_Wood, Betty Grable, Janet Leigh, Shirley MacLaine, Romy Schneider, Doris Day, Kim Novak, Judy Holliday, Rita Hayworth, June Allyson, Virna Lisi, Ann-Margret, Sophia Loren and many more.


The Asphalt Jungle - The heist film is based on the 1949 novel of the same name by W. R. Burnett and stars an ensemble cast including Sterling Hayden, Jean Hagen, Sam Jaffe, Louis Calhern, James Whitmore, and, in a minor but key role, Marilyn Monroe, an unknown at the time who was pictured but not mentioned on the posters


After signing on with Johnny Hyde, Monroe had brief roles in three films, "A Ticket to Tomahawk", "Right Cross", and "The Fireball", all of which were released in 1950 and brought no attention to her career add something


In the early 1950s, Monroe unsuccessfully auditioned for the role of Daisy Mae in a proposed "Li'l Abner" television series based on the Al Capp comic strip, but the effort never materialized add something


Following Monroe's success in these roles, Hyde negotiated a seven-year contract for her with 20th Century Fox, shortly before his death in December 1950 add something


John Gilmore (writer) - A motion picture, television and stage actor in Los Angeles and New York in the 1950s, his friends including James Dean and Marilyn Monroe, Gilmore has written about his encounter with Elizabeth Short a


Lipstick - By the 1950s, movie actresses Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor helped bring back dark red lips


Dixie Evans - By the early 1950s she was a headlining burlesque star on the West coast when approached by producer Harold Minsky with a promise of steady work in his chain of theaters if she adapted her stage persona to that of then-rising star Marilyn Monroe


Joseph Cotten - Cotten's career cooled in the 1950s with a string of less high-profile roles in films such as the dark Civil War "Two Flags West" , the Joan Fontaine romance "September Affair" , and the Marilyn Monroe vehicle "Niagara" , after James Mason turned down the role


Groucho Marx - During the early 1950s, Groucho described his perfect woman: Someone who looks like Marilyn Monroe and talks like George S. Kaufman


Cleo Moore - During this period of 1950s Hollywood Moore was one of several buxom blondes to achieve notability following to Marilyn Monroe's major breakthrough; the others including Jayne Mansfield, Mamie Van Doren, Diana Dors, Sheree North, Anita Ekberg, Barbara Lang, Barbara Nichols, Joi Lansing, and Greta Thyssen


Mule (shoe) - In the early 1950s, Marilyn Monroe popularized the shoe and helped break its poor reputation


Ringo (singer) - Ringo planned to decorate the restaurant with iconic artifacts from the 1950s such as a likeness of Marilyn Monroe in the subway scene, the Creature from the Black Lagoon and the X-19 experimental aircraft, which he wanted to import from the United States


Jayne Mansfield - Social historian Joan Jacobs Brumberg described the 1950s as "an era distinguished by its worship of full-breasted women" and attributes the paradigm shift to Mansfield and Monroe


20th Century Fox - The romantic comedy entitled "Something's Got to Give" paired Marilyn Monroe, Fox's most bankable star of the 1950s, with Dean Martin, and director


In 1951, DiMaggio saw a photograph of Monroe alongside Chicago White Sox players Joe Dobson and Gus Zernial, prompting him to request a date with her in 1952 add something


In 1951, Monroe enrolled at University of California, Los Angeles, where she studied literature and art appreciation add something


In March 1951, she appeared as a presenter at the 23rd Academy awards ceremony add something


June Haver - In 1951, Haver was teamed with Fox's newest asset, Marilyn Monroe, and previous co-star William Lundigan , in the low-budget comedy, "Love Nest"


Jack Paar - In 1951, he played Marilyn Monroe's boyfriend in the 20th Century Fox film, "Love Nest"


Florence Auer - One of her last film appearances was in the 1951 comedy "Love Nest", which starred a young Marilyn Monroe


Leatrice Joy - One such appearance was in the 1951 release "Love Nest", which featured a young Marilyn Monroe


Howard Hawks - Later in 1952 Hawks re-teamed with Cary Grant for the fifth and final time in the screwball comedy Monkey Business, starring Marilyn Monroe and Ginger Rogers.


By 1952 she had her first leading role in "Don't Bother to Knock" and 1953 brought a lead in "Niagara", a melodramatic film noir that dwelt on her seductiveness add something


Four films in which Monroe featured were released beginning in 1952 add something


In 1952, Monroe appeared on the cover of "Look" magazine wearing a Georgia Tech sweater as part of an article celebrating female enrollment to the school's main campus add something


In March 1952, Monroe faced a possible scandal when one of her nude photos from her 1949 session with photographer Tom Kelley was featured in a calendar add something


She made her first appearance on the cover of "Life" magazine in April 1952, where she was described as "The Talk of Hollywood" add something


Released in June 1952, the film was popular with audiences, with much of its success credited to curiosity about Monroe, who received generally favorable reviews from critics add something


In "O. Henry's Full House" for 20th Century Fox, released in August 1952, Monroe had a single one-minute scene with Charles Laughton, yet she received top billing alongside him and the film's other stars, including Anne Baxter, Farley Granger, Jean Peters and Richard Widmark add something


Monroe had previously received criticism for wearing a dress with a neckline cut almost to her navel when she acted as Grand Marshall at the Miss America Parade in September 1952 add something


William Travilla - By 1952, he was close friends with Marilyn Monroe and created the costumes for "Don't Bother to Knock" and "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"


Keith Andes - In 1952, he appeared as Marilyn Monroe's sweetheart and Barbara Stanwyck's brother in the cult film "Clash by Night"


Jim Backus - In 1952, he had a brief scene in "Don't Bother to Knock" with Marilyn Monroe


Nico Minardos - Nico Minardos made his first appearance in front of the Hollywood cameras as an extra in the 1952 film "Monkey Business", starring Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, and Marilyn Monroe


Monkey Business (1952 film) - "'Monkey Business"' is a 1952 American screwball comedy film directed by Howard Hawks and written by Ben Hecht, which stars Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, Charles Coburn, and Marilyn Monroe


In 1953 and 1954, she was listed in the annual "Quigley Poll of the Top Ten Money Making Stars", which was compiled from the votes of movie exhibitors throughout the United States for the stars that had generated the most revenue in their theaters over the previous year add something


In 1953, he wrote a piece called "Marilyn Monroe Was My Wife" for "Photoplay", in which he claimed that she threatened to jump off the Santa Monica Pier if he left her add something


In late 1953 Monroe was scheduled to begin filming "The Girl in Pink Tights" with Frank Sinatra add something


Milton Greene had first met Monroe in 1953 when he was assigned to photograph her for "Look" magazine add something


A photograph from this event was used on the cover of the first issue of "Playboy" in December 1953, with a nude photograph of Monroe, taken in 1949, inside the magazine add something


Marcel Dalio - Dalio appeared in two movies in 1953, "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" starring Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe and "Flight to Tangiers" starring Joan Fontaine


John Vachon - In 1953 Vachon took the first pictures of Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio when Monroe cured a sprained ankle near Banff, Canada


Jean Peters - In 1953 director Samuel Fuller chose Peters over Marilyn Monroe for the part of Candy in "Pickup on South Street", stating he thought Peters had the right blend of sex appeal and the tough-talking, streetwise quality he was seeking


Jane Russell - In 1953 she tried to convert Marilyn Monroe during the filming of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"; Monroe later said "Jane tried to convert me and I tried to introduce her to Freud"


Howard Hawks - In 1953, Hawks made Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, which featured Marilyn Monroe famously singing "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend.


Jack Benny - In 1953, both Marilyn Monroe and Humphrey Bogart made their television debuts on Benny's program


Alexander D'Arcy - In 1953, he was one of Marilyn Monroe's suitors in "How to Marry a Millionaire" and featured in "Abdulla the Great" and "Soldier of Fortune" in 1955


Doe Avedon - The film was based on the 1953 film of the same name starring Betty Grable, Marilyn Monroe and Lauren Bacall


Material Girl - The music video was a mimicry of Marilyn Monroe's performance of the song "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" from the 1953 film "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"


Material Girl - The music video was inspired by Madonna's admiration of Marilyn Monroe and mimicked the latter's performance of the song "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" from the 1953 film "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"


Merry Anders - The series was based on the hit 1953 film of the same name starring Betty Grable, Marilyn Monroe, and Lauren Bacall


Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953 film) - "'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"' is a 1953 American film adaptation of the 1949 stage musical, released by 20th Century Fox, directed by Howard Hawks, and starring Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe with Charles Coburn, Elliott Reid, Tommy Noonan, George Winslow, Taylor Holmes, and Norma Varden in supporting roles


Hugh Hefner - The undated first issue, published in December 1953, featured Marilyn Monroe from her 1949 nude calendar shoot and sold over 50,000 copies


Greene agreed that she could earn more by breaking away from 20th Century Fox. He gave up his job in 1954, mortgaged his home to finance Monroe, and allowed her to live with his family as they determined the future course of her career add something


Monroe and Joe DiMaggio were married in San Francisco on January 14, 1954 add something


Monroe eloped with Joe DiMaggio at San Francisco City Hall on January 14, 1954 add something


Returning to Hollywood in March 1954, Monroe settled her disagreement with 20th Century Fox and appeared in the musical "There's No Business Like Show Business" add something


In September 1954, she shot a skirt-blowing key scene for the picture on Lexington Avenue at 52nd Street in New York City add something


On September 14, 1954, Monroe filmed the famed skirt-blowing scene for "The Seven Year Itch" in front of New York's Trans-Lux Theater add something


Their divorce was granted in November 1954 add something


Sheree North - North rose to prominence as Twentieth Century-Fox's alternative to Marilyn Monroe, upon signing with the studio in 1954


River of No Return - "'River of No Return"' is a 1954 American Western film directed by Otto Preminger and starring Robert Mitchum and Marilyn Monroe


After Monroe's stardom, 20th Century Fox began claiming that Monroe's only line in the film had been cut out, an anecdote Monroe repeated on "Person to Person" in 1955, but film historian James Haspiel says her line is intact and she appears in a shot with herself and another woman paddling a canoe add something


Monroe received positive reviews for her performance and was in a strong position to negotiate with 20th Century Fox. On New Year's Eve 1955, they signed a new contract which required Monroe to make four films over a seven-year period add something


The filming was completed in early 1955, and after refusing what she considered to be inferior parts in "The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing" and "How to Be Very, Very Popular", Monroe decided to leave Hollywood on the advice of Milton Greene add something


In March 1955, Monroe met with Cheryl Crawford, one of the founders of the Actors Studio, and convinced her to introduce her to Lee Strasberg, who interviewed her the following day and agreed to accept her as a student add something


On April 8, 1955, veteran journalist Edward R. Murrow interviewed Greene and his wife Amy, as well as Monroe, at the Greenes' home in Connecticut on a live telecast of the CBS program "Person to Person" add something


In May 1955, Monroe started dating playwright Arthur_Miller; they had met in Hollywood in 1950 and when Miller discovered she was in New York, he arranged for a mutual friend to reintroduce them add something


On June 1, 1955, Monroe's birthday, Joe DiMaggio accompanied Monroe to the premiere of "The Seven Year Itch" in New York City add something


Vanessa Brown - Back on Broadway, she originated the role of "The Girl" in "The Seven Year Itch", the character portrayed by Marilyn Monroe in the 1955 film version


George Axelrod - The Broadway success of "The Seven Year Itch" led to the successful 1955 film directed by Billy Wilder and starring Marilyn Monroe


Michael Radford - This was an adaptation of Billy Wilder's 1955 film starring Marilyn Monroe


Bill Kobrin, Fox's east coast correspondent, told the "Palm Springs Desert Sun" in 1956 that it was Billy Wilder's idea to turn the shoot into a media circus, and that the couple had a "yelling battle" in the theater lobby add something


In 1956, Arthur Miller had briefly resided in Nevada and wrote a short story about some of the local people he had become acquainted with, a divorced woman and some aging cowboys add something


Nominally baptised and raised as a Pentecostal Christian but before her 1956 conversion , Monroe laughingly rejected Jane Russell's conversion attempts during the 1953 filming of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes", saying, "Jane tried to convert me and I tried to introduce her to Freud" add something


She referred to the events surrounding Arthur Miller's appearance before the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1956, and her studio's warning that she would be "finished" if she showed public support for him, and commented, "You have to start all over again add something


She was reported to have been furious and explained in 1956 interview that she confessed to having attempted suicide during the marriage and stated that she felt trapped and bored by Dougherty, even blaming their marriage on her foster mother add something


In June 1956, a reporter was following them by car, and as they attempted to elude him, the reporter's car crashed, killing a female passenger add something


On June 29, 1956, Monroe married playwright Arthur Miller, in a civil ceremony in White Plains, New York, New York add something


Marilyn Miller - Marilyn Monroe would 'become' Marilyn Miller herself when she married the playwright Arthur Miller in 1956


Buddy Adler - Adler produced the 1956 film "Bus Stop", starring Marilyn Monroe


Gabe Pressman - He was sent by the network to report on many historic events, including the 1956 sinking of the "Andrea Doria", Elvis Presley's Army stint which went through Brooklyn, one-on-one interviews with Marilyn Monroe, Harry S Truman and Fidel Castro, the 1964 arrival of the Beatles at Kennedy Airport, the murder of Malcolm X, chasing after newly inaugurated New York mayor John Vliet Lindsay in the streets during a 1966 transit strike, the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, where he reported on the clashes between demonstrators and police, and the aftermath of


Carroll Baker - That appearance brought her to the attention of director Elia Kazan, who cast Baker as the title character in his controversial 1956 "Baby Doll", a role initially assigned to Marilyn Monroe


Tuesday Weld - This was the same role Marilyn Monroe had played in the 1956 film "Bus Stop", based on William Inge's play


Hope Lange - Lange came to prominence in her first film role in "Bus Stop" with Marilyn Monroe and Don Murray, whom she married on April 14, 1956


Arthur Miller - In June 1956, Miller left his first wife Mary Slattery and on June 25 he married Marilyn Monroe


She suffered a miscarriage on August 1, 1957 add something


Judi Dench - In Simon Curtis' "My Week with Marilyn", which depicts the making of the 1957 film "The Prince and the Showgirl" starring Marilyn Monroe and Laurence Olivier, Dench played late British actress Sybil Thorndike during her work on set of the Laurence Olivier film


Laurence Olivier - In 1957, he directed and acted in The Prince and the Showgirl with Marilyn Monroe.


Joe DiMaggio - Monroe biographer Donald Spoto claimed that DiMaggio was "very close to marrying" 1957 Miss America Marian McKnight, who won the crown with a Marilyn Monroe act, but McKnight denied it


The Prince and the Showgirl - "'The Prince and the Showgirl"' is a 1957 British-American romantic comedy film starring Marilyn Monroe and Laurence Olivier


With Miller's encouragement she returned to Hollywood in August 1958 to star in "Some Like It Hot" add something


She suffered another miscarriage in December 1958, as filming was completed add something


Jack Lemmon - Lemmon recorded an album in 1958 while filming Some Like It Hot with Marilyn Monroe.


Some Like It Hot - "'Some Like It Hot"' is an American comedy film, made during 1958 and released during 1959, which was directed by Billy Wilder and featured Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon, George Raft and Marilyn Monroe


Tony Curtis, her co-star from "Some Like It Hot," claimed Monroe became pregnant during their on-off affair that was rekindled during the filming of "Some Like It Hot" in 1959, while she was still married to Arthur Miller add something


By 1960 he had developed the short story into a screenplay, and envisaged it as containing a suitable role for Monroe add something


In the Hoover book, Summers concludes that Monroe was in love with President Kennedy and wanted to marry him in the early 1960s; that she called the White House frequently; and that, when the married President had to break off their affair, Monroe became even more depressed, and turned to Robert Kennedy, who visited Monroe in Los Angeles the day that she died add something


Shooting commenced in July 1960, with most taking place in the hot Northern Nevada desert add something


Walter Bernstein - He contributed, without receiving credit, to the screenplays of "The Magnificent Seven" and "The Train" , and was one of several writers who worked on the script for the ill-fated "Something's Got to Give", which was left uncompleted at the time of the death of its star, Marilyn Monroe, in 1962


Dezo Hoffmann - He earned international acclaim in the 1960s, shooting photographs of well known pop and showbiz personalities, such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Dusty Springfield, Charlie Chaplin, Sophia Loren, Marlon Brando, Marilyn Monroe, Laurence_Olivier, The Kinks, The Shadows, Tom Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Frank Sinatra, Bob Marley, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Elton John, Omar Sharif and Pink Floyd


Hollywood Babylon - The book details the stories of Hollywood stars from the silent era to stars of the 1960s including Charles Chaplin, Lupe Vélez, Rudolph Valentino, Olive Thomas, Thelma Todd, Errol Flynn, Frances Farmer, Juanita Hansen, Mae Murray, Alma Rubens, Barbara La Marr, and Marilyn Monroe


Seymour Hersh - The documents signed by "John F. Kennedy" included a provision, in 1960, for a trust fund to be set up for the institutionalized mother of Marilyn Monroe


Bob Hope jokingly dedicated Best Song nominee "The Second Time Around" to them at the 1961 Academy awards add something


Marilyn, having fired her own agent and MCA in 1961, managed her own negoiations as President of Marilyn Monroe Productions add something


Miller's screenplay for "The Misfits" , a story about a despairing divorcée, was meant to be a Valentine gift for his wife, but by the time filming started in 1960 their marriage was beyond repair add something


Monroe received the 1961 Golden Globe award as "World Film Favorite" in March 1962, five months before her death add something


Her divorce from Arthur Miller was finalized in January 1961, with Monroe citing "incompatibility of character", and in February she voluntarily entered the Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic add something


A Mexican divorce was granted on January 24, 1961, in Ciudad Juárez by Francisco José Gómez Fraire add something


In February 1961, Monroe was admitted to the Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic add something


Douglas Kirkland - At age twenty-four, Kirkland was hired as a staff photographer for "Look" magazine and became famous for his 1961 photos of Marilyn Monroe taken for Look's 25th anniversary issue


Eli Wallach - In 1961, Wallach co-starred with Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery_Clift and Clark Gable in "The Misfits", Monroe's last film before her death


In 1962, Monroe began filming "Something's Got to Give," which was to be the third film of her four-film contract with 20th Century Fox. It was to be directed by George Cukor, and co-starred Dean Martin and Cyd Charisse add something


While in Mexico in 1962, she openly associated with Americans who were identified by the FBI as communists, such as Frederick Vanderbilt Field add something

Marilyn Monroe died in 1962 add something


On February 17, 1962, Miller married Inge Morath, one of the Magnum photographers who photographed the making of "The Misfits" add something


On May 19, 1962, Monroe made her last significant public appearance, singing "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" at a birthday party for President John F. Kennedy at Madison Square Garden add something


On May 19, 1962, she attended the early birthday celebration of President John F. Kennedy at Madison Square Garden, at the suggestion of Kennedy's brother-in-law, actor Peter Lawford add something


Lee Strasberg - In 1962, Marilyn Monroe died at age 36


Paula Strasberg - Paula Strasberg would go on to become Marilyn Monroe's acting coach and confidante until Monroe's death in 1962


In January 1964, Miller's play "After The Fall" opened, featuring a beautiful and devouring shrew named Maggie add something


Grace Lee Whitney - Also in 1964, she played the Marilyn Monroe lookalike character Babs Livingston on "Bewitched" in the episode "It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog"


Marie France - Marie-France was hired in 1969 by the Alcazar in the Latin Quarter, where she became as famous a celebrity as Marilyn Monroe


Elaine Joyce - In 1972, Joyce made her Broadway debut in the title role in "Sugar", the musical adaptation of the film "Some Like It Hot", in which she portrayed band singer Sugar Kane, the role originated by Marilyn Monroe in the movie


Norris Church Mailer - She had read Norman Mailer's biography of Marilyn Monroe and arranged in 1975 to attend a party in Russellville, Arkansas at which he was a guest


JFK's reputed mistress Judith Exner, in her 1977 autobiography, wrote about an affair that she said the president and Monroe had conducted add something


Lydia Cornell - In 1982, at the height of this show's popularity, Cornell was described by sexologist Robert T. Francoeur as providing a modern example of "classic female stereotypes in the mold of Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield


Norman Mailer - Arthur Miller, playwright and former husband to Marilyn Monroe, wrote in his 1987 autobiography Timebends of Mailer's biography that, " was himself in drag, acting out his own Hollywood fantasies of fame and sex unlimited and power.


The Asphalt Jungle - On July 6, 1989, La Cinq won on appeal, broadcasting the film on August 6, 1989, the day after the anniversary of the death of Marilyn Monroe


Emilio Pucci - Marilyn Monroe was buried in one of his dresses, and his designs were worn by everyone from Sophia Loren to Jackie Kennedy and latter day pop icons such as Madonna in the early 1990s


In 1992, "Playboy" magazine founder Hugh Hefner, who never met Monroe, bought the crypt immediately to the left of hers at the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery add something


Shelley Niro - Her 1992 photographic series, "This Land Is Mime Land" and "500 Year Itch" employ humorous pop culture references, such as Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe


Kylie Minogue - In 1993 Baz Luhrmann introduced Minogue to the photographer Bert Stern, notable for his work with Marilyn Monroe


Grace Jones - In 1994, she was due to release an electro album titled Black Marilyn with artwork featuring the singer as Marilyn_Monroe; in 1998, she was scheduled to release an album entitled Force of Nature, on which she worked with trip hop musician Tricky.


Richard Avedon - Other pictures for the magazine, ranging from the first publication, in 1994, of previously unpublished photos of Marilyn Monroe to a resonant rendering of Christopher Reeve in his wheelchair and nude photographs of Charlize Theron in 2004, were topics of wide discussion


Joe Franklin - " His 1995 autobiography "Up Late with Joe Franklin" chronicles his long career and includes claims that he had dalliances with Marilyn Monroe, Jayne_Mansfield, and that Veronica Lake "threw herself at me, but I always refrained


The Misfits (film) - "Misfits" premiered at The Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester in 1996, directed by Hersov and starring Lisa Eichhorn as Marilyn Monroe


In 1997, documents purporting to prove a coverup of a relationship between JFK and Monroe were discovered to be fraudulent add something


Barbara Kruger - In 1997, Kruger produced a series of fiberglass sculptures of compromised celebrities, including John F. and Robert Kennedy hoisting Marilyn Monroe on their shoulders.


Shirley Bassey - In the 1998 film "Little Voice", Bassey was one of three central figures along with Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland, and Bassey's track "Goldfinger" featured in the movie


Daryl Hannah - Hannah is an accomplished theatre actress, reprising Marilyn Monroe's starring role in The Seven Year Itch in 2000 at London's West End. Reviews of the play commended Hannah's performance, with Lizzie Loveridge of Curtain Up/ saying that the play was the "perfect vehicle" for Hannah to "show her talents as a comedienne.


Jane Russell - Russell was portrayed by Renee Henderson in the 2001 CBS mini-series "Blonde", based on the novel by Joyce Carol Oates and portrayed leaving her imprints at Grauman's along with Marilyn Monroe in the HBO film "Norma Jean & Marilyn", starring Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino


Simon Curtis (filmmaker) - In 2004, Curtis approached producer David Parfitt about making a film based on "The Prince, The Showgirl and Me" and "My Week with Marilyn"; two diary accounts written by Colin Clark about his time with Marilyn Monroe


Bonnie Greer - The later work began as a radio play broadcast in December 2005 after Greer saw a documentary on Marilyn Monroe, which mentioned Monroe's assistance to the jazz vocalist Ella Fitzgerald over the colour bar that prevented the singer from working at certain venues, especially the Mocambo nightclub


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 add something


On May 4, 2007, a New York judge ruled that Monroe's rights of publicity ended at her death add something


In October 2007, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Senate Bill 771 add something


"The New York Times", October 24, 2007 add something


LoLa Monroe - She later became LoLa Monroe in 2007; "Monroe" is a reference to the actress, model, film producer and singer Marilyn Monroe


Paris Hilton - She denied proclaiming herself as the "iconic blonde of the decade" such as Diana, Princess of Wales, and Marilyn Monroe in the May 2007 issue of Harper's Bazaar.


In March 2008, the United States District Court in Los Angeles ruled that Monroe was a resident of New York at the time of her death, citing the statement of the executor of her estate to California tax authorities, and a 1966 sworn affidavit by her housekeeper add something


The decision was reaffirmed by the United States District Court of New York in September 2008 add something


"Inside Indiana Business", September 4, 2008 add something


Eve Gordon - Her television roles include playing Marilyn Monroe in the Emmy *award-winning miniseries "A Woman Named Jackie", Congressional aide Jordan Miller in the short-lived sitcom "The Powers That Be", the mother of the title character in the drama series "Felicity", and Monica Klain, the wife of Ron Klain in the 2008 Emmy *award-winning HBO film "Recount"


Bruce Davidson (photographer) - In 2008, a book appeared of his portraits of people, such as John Cage, Marilyn Monroe, Leonard_Bernstein, Kiki Smith, Fannie Lou Hamer, Andy Warhol and Jack Kerouac


In August 2009, the crypt space directly above that of Monroe was placed for auction on eBay add something


April 17, 2010, accessed February 27, 2011 add something


In July 2010, Monroe's Brentwood home was put up for sale by Prudential California Realty add something


In October 2010, the documents were published as a book, "Fragments" add something


Paul Roberts (musician) - In 2010, Paul has been singing as Frank Sinatra alongside Laura Nixon's Marilyn Monroe and Suspiciously Elvis at sell-out shows at the Brighton night Alive & Swinging


Paris Hilton - Paris launched her 10th fragrance, "Tease" inspired by Marilyn Monroe, in 2010.


In 2012, the 50th anniversary of her death, her image was used in the promotional posters for Cannes Film Festival, despite the fact that she never attended the festival and only one of her films, "The Asphalt Jungle" , was ever screened there add something


Nora Bayes - The novel serves as the inspiration for the 2012 television series "Smash", although the subject of the show's fictional musical is not Bayes but Marilyn Monroe


Despite the film's initial failure, in 2015 Geoff Andrew of the British Film Institute described it as a classic add something


In August 2018 a lost Marilyn Monroe nude scene, which shows Monroe and Clark Gable, was found add something


The Misfits (film) - In August 2018, an un-released nude scene where Marilyn Monroe exposes herself while making love with Clark Gable, and which was thought to have been lost, was discovered