Before turning into one of the most well-known actresses of all time, Marilyn Monroe was an ordinary girl, Norma Jeane Mortenson. At this time, her hair was brown, and she was expected to live like everyone else: start a family, get a house, and have kids. She actually got married, and it happened very early, she was just 16 at that time.
What made her do it? Well, her childhood was not at all ideal; she lived in poverty and was often abused. Despite the fame that she got over the years, her later life didn’t make Monroe particularly happy, unfortunately. Monroe had difficulties with being seen all the time, and she also saw the huge difference between herself and that stunning person on the screen.