- Who was Marilyn Monroe's father?
No one knows for sure.
John F. Kennedy
No one knows for sure. Although her birth certificate lists Martin Edward Mortensen—her mother's second husband—as her father, several other candidates have been suggested, and it remains a topic of debate.
- What was Marilyn Monroe's name at birth?
Norma Jean Mortenson
Betty Joan Perske
Norma Jean Mortenson was her original name, soon changed to Norma Jean (sometimes spelled "Jeane") Baker. Mona Monroe was a pseudonym she used during her nude calendar shoot. Frances Gumm is the birth name of Judy Garland, and Betty Joan Perske is the birth name of Lauren Bacall.
- Who were Marilyn Monroe's husbands?
Clark Gable, Joe DiMaggio, Arthur Miller
Arthur Miller, Joe DiMaggio, Robert Kennedy
Jim Dougherty, Joe DiMaggio, Arthur Miller
Jim Dougherty, Joe DiMaggio, Clark Gable
Jim Dougherty, Joe DiMaggio, Arthur Miller. She married neighbor Jim Dougherty at age 16 to avoid being sent to a foster home or orphanage. She later married baseball legend Joe DiMaggio for 8 months and playwright Arthur Miller for four years.
- What did Marilyn Monroe joke she wanted on her tombstone?
"Always got the fuzzy end of the lollipop"
Just the dates of her life
"Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world."
"Here Lies Marilyn Monroe—38-23-36"
"Here Lies Marilyn Monroe—38-23-36," although the measurements sometimes vary. The dates of her birth and death are what are actually on her crypt. The other choices are quotes or paraphrases of quotes from her.
- Which co-star told Marilyn Monroe "try to be sexy" during a film shoot?
Tony Curtis, "Some Like It Hot"
Laurence Olivier, "The Prince and the Showgirl"
Robert Mitchum, "River of No Return"
Cary Grant, "Monkey Business"
Sir Laurence Olivier, Monroe's co-star and director on "The Prince and the Showgirl," and Monroe had their difficulties during filming.
- Was Marilyn Monroe's facial mole real or fake?
Probably real. Most professional observers believe it was real because of the consistency of its location. The consensus is that it was erased with makeup when it does not show up in photos from her early career.
- Monroe won a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Actress in Comedy or Musical in 1960 for what movie?
"Some Like It Hot"
"The Seven Year Itch"
"Some Like It Hot." She also received a Golden Globe nomination, but not a win, in 1956 for her role in "Bus Stop."