Marilyn Monroe Biography, Spouse, Dress, Age,Networth, kids Movies, Height, Weight, Death, Real Name, Quotes

Marilyn Monroe is a name that is synonymous with distinctive charm, timeless beauty, and soaring success. Marilyn has been deemed as one of the most successful actresses and models.

Even sixty years after her death, Marilyn stands as the undisputed diva in the acting and fashion industry.

Parents: Gladys Pearl Baker  Siblings: Berniece Baker Miracle, Robert Kermit Baker  Birth Name: Norma Jeane Mortenson  Age: August 4, 1962 (aged 36)

Date of birth:  June 1, 1926 Profession:  Actress-model, Singer Children: NA  Marital Status: Married

Marilyn Monroe

Husband: James Dougherty ( m. 1942; div. 1946) Joe DiMaggio ( m. 1954; div. 1955) Arthur Miller ( m. 1956; div. 1961) Weight: 140 lbs. Heigh:t1.68 m Eye Color: Blue Hair Color: Dyed Blonde

Marilyn Monroe

Birth place Los Angeles, California, United States   Hobbies: Reading

Religion: Christian converted to Judaism

Nationality American School: Emerson Junior High School  Qualification School Dropout  Acting Debut: Bit parts in Dangerous Years (1947) and Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! (1948).

Awards The Golden Globe Award for Best Actress 1960, Playboy Playmate of the Month 1953, David di Donatello Golden Plate Award 1958

Source of income:  Movies  Net worth:  $800,000, approximately $7 million today

Marilyn led a lavish life. She spent most of her earnings on her clothing and jewelry. At the time of her death, 

Marilyn Monroe was found dead in her Los Angeles Home on 5th August 1962. Marilyn was discovered lying on her bed with an empty bottle of pills around, just 36 when she left for her heavenly abode.

Marilyn Monroe is remembered for her contribution to the realm of acting and fashion. Though she left the world untimely. 

Marilyn Monroe legacy would always be a guiding light to those who want to their marks in the world of entertainment.

Marilyn Monroe journey is the testimony of unshaken self-confidence that would keep motivating the coming generations.