Marilyn Monroe original name Norma Jeane Mortenson

  • born

  • First marriage

    First marriage
    James Dougherty was the first husband
  • Fist photograpy job

    Fist photograpy job
    n late 1944, she met photographer David Conover, who had been sent by the U.S. Army Air Forces' First Motion Picture Unit to the factory to shoot morale-boosting pictures of female workers.
  • Divorce

    Therefore, Baker divorced Dougherty in 1946
  • Hard working model

    Monroe quickly became one of its most ambitious and hard-working models; by early 1946, she had appeared on 33 magazine covers for publications
  • First film roles

  • Miss Cheesecake

    was declared "Miss Cheesecake of 1951" by the army newspaper Stars and Stripes.
  • best young box office personality

    best young box office personality
    In February 1952, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association named Monroe the "best young box office personality"
  • Romance

    In early 1952, she began a highly publicized romance with retired New York Yankees baseball star Joe DiMaggio, one of the most famous sports personalities of the era.
  • Scandal over a calendar

    Monroe found herself at the center of a scandal in March 1952, when she revealed publicly that she had posed for a nude calendar in 1949.
  • Niagara

    Niagara was released in January 1953, and it made her a sex symbol.
  • second divorce

    After 9 mounths she was unhappy, so she decided to file a divorce.
  • Money making star

    Monroe was listed in the annual Top Ten Money Making Stars Poll in both 1953 and 1954
  • Production company (Leaving Hollywood)

    After filming for The Seven Year Itch wrapped up in November 1954, Monroe left Hollywood for the East Coast, where she and photographer Milton Greene founded their own production company
  • second marriage

    second marriage
    Monroe and Joe DiMaggio after getting married at San Francisco City Hall in January 1954
  • Famous photo

    Famous photo
    Monroe posing for photographers in The Seven Year Itch (1955)
  • third marriage

    third marriage
    Monroe and Arthur Miller at their wedding in June 1956
  • Hollywood

    Monroe returned to Hollywood in July 1958 to act opposite Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis in Billy Wilder's comedy on gender roles, Some Like It Hot.
  • Health

    Her health was also failing: she was in pain from gallstones, and her drug addiction was so severe that her makeup usually had to be applied while she was still asleep under the influence of barbiturates.
  • the most unsuccessful

    Let's Make Love was unsuccessful upon its release in September 1960
  • Separation

    Monroe and Miller separated after filming wrapped, and she obtained a Mexican divorce in January 1961
  • Lact media appear

    Lact media appear
    Monroe (third from left) with actors on the filming set of The Exterminating Angel during her visit to Mexico in 1962, one of her last media appearances
  • Died