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The couple was deeply religious and followed fundamentalist doctrines; among other prohibited activities, Monroe was not allowed to go to the movies.
But when Doc's job was transferred to the East Coast, the couple could not afford to bring Monroe with them. At seven years old, Monroe returned to a life in foster homes, where she endured sexual assault on several occasions; she later said that she had been raped when she was 11 years old.
She dropped out of high school by age Monroe had a way out through marriage, and she wed her boyfriend and merchant marine Jimmy Dougherty in , at the age of Monroe never knew her father.
She once thought Clark Gable to be her father — a story repeated often enough for a version of it to gain some currency.
However, there's no evidence that Gable ever met or knew Monroe's mother, Gladys, who developed psychiatric problems and was eventually placed in a mental institution.
As an adult, Monroe would maintain that one of her earliest memories was of her mother trying to smother her in her crib with a pillow.
Monroe had a half-sister, to whom she was not close; they met only a half-dozen times. READ MORE: How Marilyn Monroe's Childhood Was Disrupted by Her Mother's Paranoid Schizophrenia.
Monroe dreamt of becoming an actress like Jean Harlow and Lana Turner. It was there that she was first discovered by a photographer.
That year, she signed her first movie contract. With the contract came a new name and image; she began calling herself "Marilyn Monroe" and dyed her hair blonde.
At first, Monroe wasn't initially considered to be star acting material. Her acting career didn't really take off until a few years later.
With her breathy voice and hourglass figure, she would soon become one of Hollywood's most famous actresses. She proved her skill by winning various honors and attracting large audiences to her films.
Monroe became a much-admired international star despite chronic insecurities regarding her acting abilities. She suffered from pre-performance anxiety that sometimes made her physically ill and was often the root cause of her legendary tardiness on film sets, which was so extreme that it often infuriated her co-stars and crew.
By the early s, however, Monroe's professional and personal life seemed to be in turmoil following unsuccessful relationships.
Her last two films, Let's Make Love and The Misfits , were box office disappointments. Monroe's most notable films include:.
She struggled with addiction and mood disorders. Her marriages to retired baseball star Joe DiMaggio and to playwright Arthur Miller were highly publicized, and both ended in divorce.
On August 4, , she died at age 36 from an overdose of barbiturates at her home in Los Angeles. Her death was ruled a probable suicide, although several conspiracy theories have been proposed in the decades following her death.
Monroe was born Norma Jeane Mortenson at the Los Angeles County Hospital in Los Angeles, California, on June 1, They had two children named Robert —  and Berniece b.
Although Gladys was mentally and financially unprepared for a child, Monroe's early childhood was stable and happy. In the next four years, Monroe's living situation changed often.
For the first 16 months, she continued living with the Atkinsons, and was sexually abused during this time.
Encouraged by the orphanage staff who thought that Monroe would be happier living in a family, Grace became her legal guardian in , but did not take her out of the orphanage until the summer of She later recalled: "I didn't like the world around me because it was kind of grim, but I loved to play house.
Up in front, there with the screen so big, a little kid all alone, and I loved it. Monroe found a more permanent home in September , when she began living with Grace's aunt, Ana Lower, in Sawtelle.
In , the company that employed Doc Goddard relocated him to West Virginia. She found herself and Dougherty mismatched and later stated that she was "dying of boredom" during the marriage.
In April , Dougherty was shipped out to the Pacific , and he would remain there for most of the next two years. Army Air Forces ' First Motion Picture Unit to the factory to shoot morale-boosting pictures of female workers.
The agency deemed Monroe's figure more suitable for pin-up than high fashion modeling, and she was featured mostly in advertisements and men's magazines.
Camera , Laff , and Peek. Through Snively, Monroe signed a contract with an acting agency in June Head executive Darryl F.
Zanuck was unenthusiastic about it,  but he gave her a standard six-month contract to avoid her being signed by rival studio RKO Pictures.
Monroe spent her first six months at Fox in learning acting, singing, and dancing, and in observing the film-making process. Scudda Hay! Monroe was determined to make it as an actress, and continued studying at the Actors' Lab.
She had a small role in the play Glamour Preferred at the Bliss-Hayden Theater , but it ended after a couple of performances.
Schenck , who persuaded his friend Harry Cohn , the head executive of Columbia Pictures , to sign her in March At Columbia, Monroe's look was modeled after Rita Hayworth and her hair was bleached platinum blonde.
When her contract at Columbia ended, Monroe returned again to modeling. She shot a commercial for Pabst beer and posed in artistic nudes for John Baumgarth calendars using the name 'Mona Monroe'.
In , Monroe had supporting roles in three moderately successful Fox comedies: As Young as You Feel , Love Nest , and Let's Make It Legal.
Monroe found herself at the center of a scandal in March , when she revealed publicly that she had posed for a nude calendar in In the wake of the scandal, Monroe was featured on the cover of Life as the "Talk of Hollywood" and gossip columnist Hedda Hopper declared her the "cheesecake queen" turned "box office smash".
Despite her newfound popularity as a sex symbol, Monroe also wished to show more of her acting range. She had begun taking acting classes with Michael Chekhov and mime Lotte Goslar soon after beginning the Fox contract,  and Clash by Night and Don't Bother to Knock showed her in different roles.
Monroe's three other films in continued with her typecasting in comic roles that focused on her sex appeal. In We're Not Married! Henry's Full House , she had a minor role as a sex worker.
During this period, Monroe gained a reputation for being difficult to work with, which would worsen as her career progressed.
She was often late or did not show up at all, did not remember her lines, and would demand several re-takes before she was satisfied with her performance.
Monroe starred in three movies that were released in and emerged as a major sex symbol and one of Hollywood's most bankable performers.
When Niagara was released in January , women's clubs protested it as immoral, but it proved popular with audiences.
While Niagara made Monroe a sex symbol and established her "look", her second film of , the satirical musical comedy Gentlemen Prefer Blondes , cemented her screen persona as a "dumb blonde".
Monroe's role was originally intended for Betty Grable , who had been 20th Century-Fox's most popular " blonde bombshell " in the s; Monroe was fast eclipsing her as a star who could appeal to both male and female audiences.
In September, Monroe made her television debut in the Jack Benny Show , playing Jack's fantasy woman in the episode "Honolulu Trip".
It was the second film ever released in CinemaScope , a widescreen format that Fox hoped would draw audiences back to theaters as television was beginning to cause losses to film studios.
Monroe was listed in the annual Top Ten Money Making Stars Poll in both and ,  and according to Fox historian Aubrey Solomon became the studio's "greatest asset" alongside CinemaScope.
Monroe had become one of 20th Century-Fox's biggest stars, but her contract had not changed since , meaning that she was paid far less than other stars of her stature and could not choose her projects.
Zanuck, who had a strong personal dislike of her and did not think she would earn the studio as much revenue in other types of roles.
This was front-page news, and Monroe immediately took action to counter negative publicity. On January 14, she and Joe DiMaggio were married at the San Francisco City Hall.
Marines over a four-day period. In April , Otto Preminger 's western River of No Return , the last film that Monroe had filmed prior to the suspension, was released.
She called it a " Z-grade cowboy movie in which the acting finished second to the scenery and the CinemaScope process", but it was popular with audiences.
In September , Monroe began filming Billy Wilder 's comedy The Seven Year Itch , starring opposite Tom Ewell as a woman who becomes the object of her married neighbor's sexual fantasies.
Although the film was shot in Hollywood, the studio decided to generate advance publicity by staging the filming of a scene in which Monroe is standing on a subway grate with the air blowing up the skirt of her white dress on Lexington Avenue in Manhattan.
The publicity stunt placed Monroe on international front pages, and it also marked the end of her marriage to DiMaggio, who was infuriated by it.
After filming for The Seven Year Itch wrapped up in November , Monroe left Hollywood for the East Coast, where she and photographer Milton Greene founded their own production company, Marilyn Monroe Productions MMP —an action that has later been called "instrumental" in the collapse of the studio system.
After founding MMP, Monroe moved to Manhattan and spent studying acting. She took classes with Constance Collier and attended workshops on method acting at the Actors Studio , run by Lee Strasberg.
Monroe continued her relationship with DiMaggio despite the ongoing divorce process; she also dated actor Marlon Brando and playwright Arthur Miller.
By the end of the year, Monroe and Fox signed a new seven-year contract, as MMP would not be able to finance films alone, and the studio was eager to have Monroe working for them again.
Monroe began by announcing her win over 20th Century-Fox. In March, Monroe began filming the drama Bus Stop , her first film under the new contract. For the role, she learned an Ozark accent , chose costumes and make-up that lacked the glamour of her earlier films, and provided deliberately mediocre singing and dancing.
On June 29, Monroe and Miller were married at the Westchester County Court in White Plains, New York ; two days later they had a Jewish ceremony at the home of Kay Brown , Miller's literary agent, in Waccabuc, New York.
Bus Stop was released in August and became critical and commercial success. Marilyn Monroe has finally proved herself an actress.
In August, Monroe also began filming MMP's first independent production, The Prince and the Showgirl , at Pinewood Studios in England.
Monroe also experienced other problems during the production. Her dependence on pharmaceuticals escalated and, according to Spoto, she had a miscarriage.
After returning from England, Monroe took an month hiatus to concentrate on family life. She and Miller split their time between NYC, Connecticut and Long Island.
Monroe returned to Hollywood in July to act opposite Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis in Billy Wilder's comedy on gender roles, Some Like It Hot.
In the end, Wilder was happy with Monroe's performance and stated: "Anyone can remember lines, but it takes a real artist to come on the set and not know her lines and yet give the performance she did!
After Some Like It Hot , Monroe took another hiatus until late , when she starred in the musical comedy Let's Make Love. The last film that Monroe completed was John Huston's The Misfits , which Miller had written to provide her with a dramatic role.
The filming in the Nevada desert between July and November was again difficult. It was the real thing. She would go deep down within herself and find it and bring it up into consciousness.
Monroe and Miller separated after filming wrapped, and she obtained a Mexican divorce in January Geoff Andrew of the British Film Institute has called it a classic,  Huston scholar Tony Tracy has described Monroe's performance the "most mature interpretation of her career",  and Geoffrey McNab of The Independent has praised her for being "extraordinary" in portraying the character's "power of empathy".
Monroe was next to star in a television adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham 's Rain for NBC , but the project fell through as the network did not want to hire her choice of director, Lee Strasberg.
She underwent a cholecystectomy and surgery for her endometriosis, and spent four weeks hospitalized for depression. Monroe returned to the public eye in the spring of ; she received a "World Film Favorite" Golden Globe Award and began to shoot a film for Fox, Something's Got to Give , a remake of My Favorite Wife President " on stage at President John F.
Kennedy 's early birthday celebration at Madison Square Garden in New York. Monroe next filmed a scene for Something's Got to Give in which she swam naked in a swimming pool.
This was the first time that a major star had posed nude at the height of their career. Fox soon regretted its decision and re-opened negotiations with Monroe later in June; a settlement about a new contract, including re-commencing Something's Got to Give and a starring role in the black comedy What a Way to Go!
Marilyn Monroe lays down in the back seat of a car after a long day on the set of Let's Make Love. Marilyn Monroe relaxes during a quiet moment in a New York restaurant.
The cast and crew of The Misfits line up for a publicity shoot. Marilyn Monroe laughs inside a limousine while celebrating her 30th birthday in Marilyn Monroe smiles as she signs an autograph for a young man.
Marilyn Monroe tries on different swimsuits with the help of the wardrobe mistress. Marilyn Monroe meets with news commentator Edward R.
Murrow at the Ambassador Hotel in New York in preparation for her guest appearance on his show. Marilyn Monroe gets her makeup done.
Marilyn Monroe cries after her divorce with Joe DiMaggio. Marilyn Monroe wears a bored expression as her playwright husband Arthur Miller shoos photographers away at the Boston Arts Center Theater.
Marilyn Monroe stands on the set of Let's Make Love. Marilyn Monroe, wearing a negligee, listens to advice from director Billy Wilder during the filming of Some Like It Hot.
Marilyn Monroe out for a bicycle ride. Marilyn Monroe laughs as ex-husband Joe DiMaggio sticks out his tongue for photographers.
Director George Cukor watches actress Marilyn Monroe rehearse moves with dance director Jack Cole on the set of Let's Make Love. Marilyn Monroe dabs at tears at a divorce hearing, testifying that husband Joe DiMaggio treated her with "coldness and indifference.
Marilyn Monroe with husband Arthur Miller on the set of The Misfits. Marilyn Monroe picks up a paper at a newsstand in New York.
Marilyn Monroe and actor Lon McAllister ride a train from New York City to Warrensburg, New York. Marilyn Monroe causes a scene with her low-cut dress at husband Arthur Miller's premier of A View from the Bridge.
Marilyn Monroe, husband Arthur Miller, and his dog relax at Miller's home. She's accompanied by Jane Russell, her co-star in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.
Marilyn attended a holiday party at Bob Hope's house. She's surrounded by Hope, General William Dean who had addressed the U.
Marilyn married Joe DiMaggio in January. They're coming out of the courthouse where the ceremony was held. Marilyn visited the troops in Korea during the Korean War.
As you would imagine, her presence was celebrated by service members and the press alike. Tired of being typecast as a dumb blond, Marilyn moved to New York City to study at the Actor's Studio.
Here, Marilyn is holding her little white dog, Maf. Marilyn accepted flowers from Jack Warner, president of Warner Brothers, after Warner announced that Marilyn would star in a new film.
Marilyn married Arthur Miller, a famous playwright best known for his Pultizer-award-winning play, Death of a Salesman. Product Reviews.
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