Marilyn Monroe
The Last Interview of Marilyn Monroe

Larry King talks to Richard Merryman, who conducted the last interview with Marilyn Monroe before she died in 1962. Merryman describes Monroe talking with much “gusto” and “vitality,” but at the same time he got a sense that she was struggling with her fame and her personal life. Monroe, whose real name was Norma Jeane Mortenson, was an actress and singer during the 1950s, who became famous as a national sex symbol. She starred in such films as, “The Seven Year Itch” and “Some Like It Hot.” Monroe died of an apparent suicide on April 15, 1962 from an overdose on barbiturates.

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