This guy is the younger brother of the actor River Jude Phoenix who was nominated for Oscar Award for the role in the "Running on Empty" film. He was considered a very talented actor and one of the most promising newcomers of Hollywood in the second part of the 80s of the last century. But River died of overdose right in front of the club «Viper Room», the owner of which for some time was Johnny...
Marilyn Monroe Desired to Become a Mother
It was discussed by fans and mass media for many times! There are evidences that the actress was pregnant while the shooting of “The Prince and The Showgirl” and “Some Like It Hot” movies. But because of stress and different medications she didn’t manage to keep the pregnancy and have kids.
In 1952 the actress went to the hospital with a burst appendix. At the beginning of the operation the doctor saw a note on Monroe’s belly where she asked him to cut as little as possible, retain the ovaries and not to deny her the happiness of being a mother in future. Then the surgeon asked a gynecologist to become his assistant and control the state of Marilyn’s state of health long years afterwards.
Marilyn Monroe Took Acting Classes From Michael Chekhov
The nephew of a Russian classic writer and an ex-colleague of Konstantin Stanislavsky settled in Hollywood in 1939. The man wasn’t just staring in movies. He was also a popular educator and headed his own studio in the USA.
The famous actor taught Marilyn to go beyond her consciousness, have more interests, feel her character to make her play realistic. He also advised the young actress to listen to her body and to impress with it everything that her soul feels.
Marilyn Monroe’s Records With The Song “Do it again” Were Banned in USA
It was so because of too erotic sounds on the record. The actress was ambiguously sighing and flirting with an imaginary addressee. The sense of this song went upside down and its name became indecent for the conservative society.
Although, fans still could get the records: they were sold illegally and the sellers offered them twice more expensive. But that fact didn’t scare Monroe: the records were in deficit and that fact warmed up her admirers.