Monroe’s life story, her archival photos and how she became successful
Monroe’s real name of which far not everyone is aware is Norma Jean. The legendary woman came into this world on the 1st of July, 1926 in Southern California. It is certainly known that the cult woman didn’t have the happiest childhood and throughout her life she experienced many difficulties and hopeless conditions. The cult diva was raised without the paternal love and affection.
According to reliable sources, Monroe was a very talented essay writer in her childhood. She was distinguished with her rich vocabulary and extend knowledge.
At the age of 19 the young girl worked at an aircraft company.
During the period of World War Two, Monroe became famous for her admirable appearance once her random photos taken at a factory showing in what conditions they worked were seen by people.
In the following picture, she is showing the process of constructing the world’s very first drone which became a huge success.
Due to her absolutely unique and gorgeous appearance, the woman quickly gained popularity when she was offered a job, being a model in the Blue Book fashion agency.
She enjoyed her great success already since the age of 20. Throughout her life, her appearance, especially hairstyle and color were constantly undergoing changes. First, Marilyn straightened her brown curls and then changed the color.
Soon, Monroe worked with the 20th Century Fox film studio which was attracted by her spectacular appearance as well.
In 1956, Monroe succumbed to persuasion to make her new name legal and official.
She had been working as a model for 3 years. Parallel with this, she started acting which appealed to her so much.
Monroe brilliantly played her first major role in a popular musical “The Chorus Girls”. Some time later, the actress underwent plastic surgeries on her nose and jaw.
In the course of the years 1950-1951, she appeared in one episode for a very short time whereas no one could take their eyes off Monroe immediately falling in love with her.
She excellently played in “Clash in the Night” and “You Can Enter Without Knocking” too.
However, a number of critics claimed that she neither had talent nor the right to play such roles. They also complained about her poor script and speech.
The legendary actress starred in “The Leader if the Redskins” and “Monkey Labor”. Despite her world fame and enormous success, Monroe was often depressed and thoughtful.
It was gradually becoming harder for her to be present on the set. She was almost always late and was constantly in a bad mood.
One of the fundamental reasons for her condition was that many viewers called her a fool and stupid blonde. All the cult actresses wanted was that people could see her inner potential and talent.
She wanted to play serious roles in order to prove that she wasn’t the fool blonde many accused her of being so.
In the year 1956, she had a role in “Bus Stop” as a singer.
It is known that the legendary woman was really good at writing quotations as well the themes of which were mainly taken from her personal life and experience. At that time, little did people know that she was fond of reading.
As a result of all this, she soon became addicted to illegal drugs and passed away very early.
It was in 1962 that the cult woman, regrettably, died. According to the experts who examined Marilyn after her death, firmly claimed that she suffered anxiety and depression for a long time.
It is a pity that one of the most legendary and influential women of all times passed away at such a young age. She was only 36.
It goes without saying that she had her own unique place in the film industry. After the woman left us, there have been many models and actresses who dreamed of looking like her and started imitating Monroe’s image and style.