Last Updated: June 30, 2020
Hollywood’s leading sex-symbol, actress Ernestine Jane Geraldine Russell was born on June 21, 1921, in Bemidji, Minnesota. Jane’s father was a United States Army lieutenant and her mother had been a student of drama and an actress with a traveling troupe. In addition to music, Jane was enthusiastic in drama much as her mother had been and partaken in high school stage productions. After graduation, she took a job as a receptionist for a doctor who specialized in foot disorders. Although she had initially planned on being a designer, in between father died and she had to go to work to help the family. She modeled on the side and was very much sought-after particularly because of her figure.
She was eventually signed by Howard Hughes for his production of The Outlaw in 1943, the film that was to make Jane popular. The film was not a classic by any norms but was geared to show off Jane’s considerable physical assets. The film was a smash at the box-office.
She did not make another film until 1946 when she portrayed Joan Kenwood in Young Widow in 1946. She had ratified a seven-year contract with Hughes and it appeared the only films he would put her in were those that displayed Jane in a very favorable due to her body. Films such as The Las Vegas Story, His Kind of Woman did nothing to showcase her true acting abilities. Probably the apex of her career was in 1953 release Gentleman Prefer Blondes as Dorothy Shaw, with Marilyn Monroe. This film exhibited Jane’s comedic side very well. She did continue to make films throughout the 1950s. Films such as The Revolt of Mamie Stover, Gentlemen Marry Brunettes did do Jane justice and were competent to show exactly the fine actress she was.
After The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown in 1957, Jane took a suspension from films, to dabble a little in television, returning in 1964 to film Fate Is the Hunter. Her final film of the decade was The Born Losers in 1967. After three more years off from the big screen, she backed to make one last film named Darker Than Amber in 1970.
After that, she had a semi-recurring guest character in The Yellow Rose in 1983 on TV and guest featured on Hunter. She wrote an autobiography in 1985, named Jane Russell: My Path and My Detours. In the year 1989, Jane earned the Women’s International Center Living Legacy Award. On 28th February 2011, Jane Russell died at age 89 of respiratory failure, in Santa Maria, California.
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