This Biography is about one of the best Hollywood Sex Symbol of the 1930s Jean Harlow including her Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Jean Harlow|
|Real Name||Jean Harlow|
|Nick Name||Harlean Harlow Carpenter, The Platinum Blonde, Baby, The Blonde Bombshell, Harlean Carpenter, Jean Harlowe, The Baby, The Original Platinum Blonde, Blonde Bombshell, Platinum Blonde|
|Famous as||Hollywood Sex Symbol of the 1930s|
|Personal life of Jean Harlow|
|Born on||03 March 1911|
|Died At Age||26|
|Born in||Kansas City|
|Died on||07 June 1937|
|Place of death||Los Angeles|
|Family Background of Jean Harlow|
|Mother||Jean Poe Harlow|
|Spouses/Partners||Harold Rosson, Paul Bern, Charles McGrew, William Powell|
|Education||Ferry Hall School|
|Personal Fact of Jean Harlow|
Jean Harlow, fondly nicknamed as The Baby and the Blonde Bombshell, was the forerunner of Marilyn Monroe and Madonna as the sex goddess of Hollywood. She was a trendsetter with her blonde hair and shaved eyebrows replaced with thin, sharp pencil lines.
Jean’s real life intention was to remain as a wife and mother but she was pushed to take the acting career because of her ambitious mother who aspired to become a Hollywood actress herself. Her blonde and sensual look and comic talents captivated her fans and this made her do 36 films in just a decade. She was the first actress ever to adorn the cover page of Life magazine. She also tried her hand at writing a novel Today is Tonight, which was posthumously published by a family friend.
She wrote the novel during the period of her salary strike she demanded from MGM, the giant production company under whose label she had risen to stardom. She was exposed to ailments from her childhood. While she was five years old, she had meningitis attack and at the age of 15, she suffered due to scarlet fever. A serious renal failure took her life when she was still at the prime of youth and Hollywood stardom.