Marilyn Monroe was born on June 1, 1926 in Los Angeles. Her mother, Gladys Monroe Baker, a girl named after a popular actress then Norms Talmadge. At the age of two weeks Norma was given to a foster home, where she lived for six years.
June 19, 1942 Norma married Jim Dougherty, and then dropped out of school and went to live with him. A year after the wedding, he was employed in the merchant navy, and Norma Jean went to work in an aircraft factory, which produces UAV Radioplane OQ-2. After a while she throws the plant to start a modeling career. At the end of 1944, when Norma Jean worked in the factory, there appeared an army photographer who asked her to pose for $ 5 an hour, and Norma Jean agreed.
Marilyn Monroe died on the night of August 5, 1962 in Brentwood (California) at the age of 36 from a lethal dose of sleeping pills. There are five versions of the cause of her death: murder committed by security services on the orders of the Kennedy brothers to avoid the publicity of their sexual relations; murder by the Mafia; drug overdose; suicide; actress tragic mistake psychoanalyst Ralph Greenson, prescribe a patient to take chloral hydrate shortly after it received Nembutal.