Jayne Mansfield Bio
Facts of Jayne Mansfield
|Age:||85 years 4 months|
|Birth Date:||April 19, 1933|
|Death Date:||June 29, 1967|
|Birth Place:||Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania,USA|
|Father's Name:||Herbert William Palmer|
|Mother's Name:||Vera Jeffery Palmer Peers|
|Education:||Highland Park High School|
|Height:||5 feet 8 inches (1.73m)|
|Net Worth:||$17 million|
|Hair Color:||Dyed Blonde|
|Eye Color:||Light Brown|
|Waist Size:||21 inch|
|Bra Size:||40D inch|
|Hip Size:||35 inch|
Dramatic art in her opinion is knowing how to fill a sweater
Carrying a baby is the most rewarding experience a woman can enjoy.
Relationship Statistics of Jayne Mansfield
|What is Jayne Mansfield marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Divorce|
|How many children does Jayne Mansfield have ? (name):||Five (Mariska Hargitay, Jayne Marie Mansfield, Zoltan Hargitay, Tony Cimber, Mickey Hargitay)|
|Is Jayne Mansfield having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Jayne Mansfield lesbian ?:||No|
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She got married three times(Paul James Mansfield, Mickey Hargitay, and Matt Cimber). In 1950, she got married to Paul James Mansfield with whom she had a daughter namely Jayne Marie Mansfield. They got divorced in 1956. Again in 1958, she married former Mickey Hargitay, she had three children namely Miklos, Zoltan, and Mariska. In 1963, she divorced Mickey.
In 1964, she married for the third time with Matt Cimber, a film director of Italian origin. They had a son in 1966 they got a divorce due from her infidelities and alcoholism behavior.
- 1 Who is Jayne Mansfield?
- 2 Jayne Mansfield: Childhood, Family, and Education
- 3 Jayne Mansfield: Early, Profession Life and Career
- 4 Jayne Mansfield: Lifetime Achievement and Awards
- 5 Jayne Mansfield: Salary and Net Worth
- 6 Jayne Mansfield: Rumors and Controversy
- 7 Jayne Mansfield: Body Measurements
- 8 Jayne Mansfield: Social Media
- 9 Jayne Mansfield: Death
Who is Jayne Mansfield?
Jayne was an American actress who has acted in The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (1958) and in It Takes a Thief (1960). In the 1960s, though she did continue to act in small roles on film and stage.
Jayne Mansfield: Childhood, Family, and Education
Jayne Mansfield was born in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania on April 19, 1933. Her father’s name was Herbert Willian Palmer, and mother’s name was Vera Jeffery Palmer Peer. Herbert Willian is a German by birth whereas, her mother was a British. She lost her father at the age of three. After her father’s death, her mother remarried with Harry Lawrence Peers and moved to Dallas, Texas.
She has a younger half-sister, Mariska Hargitay. She does not have any brother. During her childhood, she wanted to be a Hollywood star and admired Shirley Temple.
Talking about her education, she graduated, from Highland Park High School. Later, she shifted to Austin, Texas, and studied dramatics at the University of Texas in 1951
Jayne Mansfield: Early, Profession Life and Career
Around 1951, she worked as a nude model for art classes, sold books and served as a receptionist to earn her livelihood. Her first major performance was for Broadway play “Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?” In 1956, she did acting in the film “The Girl Can’t Help It”. In this film, she proved her acting prowess in a dramatic role. She also acted in “Oh! For a man in the UK”. “The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw” under 20th Century Fox, was her last mainstream successful film.
In 1957, she got Gold Globe in the category of New Star of the Year—Actress for her performance as a ‘wistful derelict’ in the film “The Wayward Bus”. Released in the same year was loaned out to several English and Italian studios for a number of low-budget films. In 1962, she played a role in “It Happened in Athens” which was a box office failure.
Her stage debut: Ten Nights in a Barroom, Austin, Texas (1951) she has done several stage productions for Dallas Institute for the Performing Arts, directed by veteran Yiddish actor Baruch Lumet (1953) with whom she studied acting the year before. Album: “Jayne Busts Up Las Vegas ” she recorded live from a Las Vegas show with Mickey Hargitay and Arthur Blake (1960) and her stage play: Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter (1955), shows: Jayne Mansfield and her House of Love Las Vegas Success, with her ex-husband Mickey Hargitay (1958-1959). Her music record: Shakespeare, Tchaikovsky and me (1963).
Jayne Mansfield: Lifetime Achievement and Awards
“Will success spoil Rock Hunter”, was her first role which was under, Broadway production, won a Theatre World Award as the most promising actress. In 1957, she got Gold Globe in the category of New Star of the Year—Actress for her performance as a ‘wistful derelict’ in the film “The Wayward Bus”, released in the same year.
Her notable performance in this film established her as a serious actress. Produced by 20th Century Fox, this film won a Golden Globe award.
Jayne Mansfield: Salary and Net Worth
Mansfield has not revealed her current salary. She has an estimated net worth of $17 million.
Jayne Mansfield: Rumors and Controversy
Jayne became part of several controversies due to her several of her movies are termed controversial. She was the greatest of all Marilyn Monroe copycats. There were six automobile accidents before the fatal seventh, that many believed that Mansfield was decapitated.
Jayne Mansfield: Body Measurements
Jayne got a slim body standing with the height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.72 m) tall, she weighs 58 kg (127 pounds). Her body measurement 40-21-35 inches (101-53-88 cm). Likewise, her dress size is 4. Furthermore, her Dyed Blonde colored hair likewise, Light Brown colored eyes. Her shoe size is 7 (US) her bra size is 40 D.
Jayne Mansfield: Social Media
She expired in 1967 when there were no social media or any digital forms of communications.
Jayne Mansfield: Death
She died on June 29, 1967, at the age of 34 in Eastern New Orleans, United States. The cause of her death was extensive brain trauma which she sustained in an automobile accident on the US highway 90. Her car had crashed at high speed into the back of a tracker trailer. She died instantly on the spot.
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