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American actor Marilyn Monroe

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Marilyn Monroe (June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962), an American actress born in Los Angeles, California. On July 19, 1946, Marilyn Monroe first went to the 20th Century Fox and began to star in the movie. In 1949, Monroe participated in the filming of "The Nightingale is not static." In 1950, the dream revealed the "fireball" and "the comet beauty." On May 7, 1952, Monroe became the cover of the magazine "Life" for the first time, and on October 4th of the same year became the heroine of the film "How to marry a millionaire." In 1960, Monroe won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in the Golden Globe and Comedy category with "Enthusiasm." On May 19, 1962, Monroe sang "Happy Birthday Song" for President John F. Kennedy at Madison Park Square. On August 5, 1962, Monroe was found dead in the bedroom of the Bledden House in Los Angeles, at the age of 36. In 1999, he was selected as the 6th greatest actress in the past 100 years by the American Film Institute.

On June 1, 1926, Marilyn Dream was born at the Los Angeles General Hospital, where she was named Norma Joan. She is an illegitimate daughter, her father left her home when she was not born; on June 13, Monroe was fostered in the family of the Braundale, every dollar. In the fall of 1933, Monroe was taken back by her mother, Gladys Barker. On June 1, 1935, Grace became the guardian of Monroe; on September 13, Monroe was sent to the orphanage. In November 1937, Monroe began to live with Aunt Anna. In May 1944, Monroe began working in an aircraft radio equipment factory. On June 26, 1945, Monroe and photographer David Connor lived to take photos for the magazine. The photographer hoped to publish her photos to inspire the US military. On May 26, 1946, Monroe first appeared on the cover of the "Family Circle" magazine.

On July 19, 1946, Marilyn Monroe first went to the 20th Century Fox and signed the first six-month contract with Fox on July 26. At the same time, she dyed her hair in golden yellow and changed her name to Marilyn Monroe. On May 27, 1949, photographer Tom Kelly took several nude photos for Monroe to publish the Golden Dream Miss Calendar. The photos on the calendar did not have a name. Monroe got $50 for this. . On August 15th, the movie "The ticket to Tomahawk" was released. In October, Monroe participated in the filming of "The Nightingale is not static."

On January 5, 1950, the film "Fireball" was released. In April, Monroe got a role in the "Stars of the Comet". On March 29, 1951, Monroe attended the Oscars. On April 18th, the dream film "Love Nest" was filmed. On May 11, her six-month contract with Fox was extended for seven years. On May 7, 1952, Monroe became the cover of the magazine "Life" for the first time. On June 1st, Monroe was given the opportunity to participate in the "Gentleman Love Blonde" on the 26th birthday. On August 31, Monroe participated in the live radio show for the first time. On September 2nd, Monroe participated in the "Miss America" ​​model show. On June 26, 1953, Monroe and Jane Russell left their handprints and footprints on the wet concrete floor in front of the Grauman's Chinese Theater. On September 13, she made her debut on television. On October 4th, she became the heroine of the film "How to marry a millionaire."

On January 4, 1956, Marilyn Monroe re-signed the contract with the 20th Century Fox Studios and returned to Hollywood on February 25. On March 3rd, the film "Bus Station" where the dream appeared was started. On July 14th, Monroe arrived in London for the film "Youlong Fengfeng". On October 29, Marilyn Monroe was introduced to Queen Elizabeth II. On June 13, 1957, Monroe attended the premiere of the film "The Dragon and the Phoenix". On August 4, 1958, the film that the dream revealed was "passionately ignited". On March 8, 1960, Monroe won the Golden Globe Award for Best Female Comedian Award for her outstanding performance in the film "Enthusiasm."

On January 31, 1961, Monroe attended the premiere of the film "Chaotic Point". On February 7, Monroe was hospitalized in New York. On March 5, Marilyn Dream was exposed. In January 1962, Marilyn Monroe moved to Los Angeles. On March 5th, Marilyn Monroe won the "World's Best Actress Award". On April 23rd, the film that the dream reveals is "crashing" and started shooting. On May 19th, Monroe sang "Happy Birthday Song" for President John F. Kennedy at Madison Park Square. On June 1st, Marilyn Monroe went to work on the last day of the 20th Century Fox Studios, and it was her last appearance in public. On August 3, Marilyn Monroe became the cover of Life magazine for the last time. On August 4, during the last day of Marilyn Monroe's life, she spent six hours with the psychiatrist.

On August 15, 1962, Monroe was found dead in the bedroom of the Bradenwood Residence in Los Angeles. He was 36 years old and died of overdose of sleeping pills. Reminiscent of the subsequent incident of President Kennedy, some public opinion believes that Monroe’s death is due to her involvement in the shady scene of the Kennedy family and the political circle. After 44 years of her death, most of her official investigative documents were still classified as high-level secrets. It wasn't until the history experts saw some FBI decryption files that the first discovery of Marilyn Monroe's death might have something to do with a "secret diary" she wrote. This diary records most of the "pillow talks" between Monroe and the Kennedy brothers. On the night of Monroe's "suicide," her diary disappeared mysteriously.

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