Jayne Mansfield, most people would consider her as the Marilyn Monroe successor. In fact, Jayne has played some of the Monroe's films "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" and "Bus Stop." Many fans would compare her to Monroe in so many ways, mostly due to her physical appearance, singing and dancing abilities. However, she was quite different. Jayne had a style and often made statements with her pink Cadillac and the "pink palace" she lived in for so many years.
Jayne Mansfield received more press coverage than anyone else in Hollywood at that time. In fact, she was the grand master of publicity stunts due to so many affairs, divorces, nudity, work-related enigma and more. Mansfield embraced both motherhood and being a sex symbol, setting a precedent for other leading women to follow her lead. As a result, it started to become acceptable in Hollywood to be both a mom and sexy. Jayne was one of the first of her kind regarding being sexually liberated in an era that still saw certain things as being taboo. She also proved her acting ability in movies and plays.
In this biography you'll learn into some depth about the personal and professional life of Jayne Mansfield. Who she was as a person? How she succeeded in Hollywood? Why she divorced so many times? We'll also explore some of the tragedies in her life. We'll also reveal the truth about her many lovers, her three unsuccessful marriages, her love affair with Mickey Hargitay that lasted to the end and her battle against and her surrender to alcohol and drugs. Did success spoil Jayne Mansfield?
Jayne was just 34 when she died, but her life was filled with adventures, struggles and determinations to break the social norms related to sexual liberation, freedom, and showcase the woman's sex powers in order to get what she wants out of life.
You'll also learn into some detail about Jayne's death, reasons, causality and more. There's more than just blonde hair, seductive smile and eye-popping hourglass figure. If you want to learn more about Jayne Mansfield, grab your copy now!
About the Author
I love writing biographies about celebrities (dead or alive), because there's so much to learn from those people. Success leaves clues, so I study and write about successful people.