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Marilyn Maxwell’s height is 5ft 5in (1.65 m)

Marilyn Maxwell (August 3, 1921 – March 20, 1972), born Marvel Marilyn Maxwell, was an American actress and entertainer. A sex symbol of the 1940s and 1950s, she appeared in several films and radio programs, and entertained the troops during World War II and the Korean War on USO tours with Bob Hope.

Marilyn Maxwell

First Name: Marilyn
Maiden Name: Maxwell
Birth Full Name: Marvel Marilyn Maxwell
Born: 3 August, 1921
Birthplace: Clarinda, Iowa, USA
Died: 20 March, 1972
Death Location: Beverly Hills, California, USA
Cause of Death: Heart Failure
Height: 5ft 5in (1.65 m)
Weight: 118 lbs (53.5 kg)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Blonde
Astrological Sign: Leo
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Christian
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Occupation: Dancer, singer
Body Measurements: 36C-24-36
Shoe Size: 8
Official Websites:
Father: Harry E. Maxwell
Brother(s): Leland Maxwell,Paul Maxwell
Other Family Members: Matthew (son)
Favorite Foods: Cherry Pie
Favorite Colors: Red, Pink
Filmography: O’Hara, U.S. Treasury (1971, TV Show), The Phynx (1970), Men at Law (1970, TV Show), Wild Women (1970, TV Movie), From Nashville with Music (1969), Arizona Bushwhackers (1968), Here’s Lucy (1968, TV Show), The Outsider (1968, TV Show), Branded (1965, TV Show), The Lively Set (1964), Stage to Thunder Rock (1964), Critic’s Choice (1963), Burke’s Law (1963, TV Show), Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1963, TV Show), Bus Stop (1961, TV Show), Adventures in Paradise (1959, TV Show), Rock-a-Bye Baby (1958), 77 Sunset Strip (1958, TV Show), Wagon Train (1957, TV Show), Forever, Darling (1956), Playhouse 90 (1956, TV Show), Gunsmoke (1955, TV Show), New York Confidential (1955), Shower of Stars (1954, TV Show), Best Foot Forward (1954, TV Movie), Max Liebman Spectaculars (1954, TV Show), East of Sumatra (1953), Off Limits (1953), G.E. True Theater (1953, TV Show), Make Room for Daddy (1953, TV Show), Paris Model (1953), The Ford Television Theatre (1952, TV Show), New Mexico (1951), The Lemon Drop Kid (1951), The Red Skelton Hour (1951, TV Show), Key to the City (1950), Outside the Wall (1950), Champion (1949), Summer Holiday (1948), Race Street (1948), High Barbaree (1947), The Show-Off (1946), Between Two Women (1945), Lost in a Harem (1944), 3 Men in White (1944), Dr. Gillespie’s Criminal Case (1943), Du Barry Was a Lady (1943), Pilot #5 (1943), Presenting Lily Mars (1943), Salute to the Marines (1943), Swing Fever (1943), Thousands Cheer (1943), Stand by for Action (1942), Tune Time (1942), Rock-a-Bye Baby (1958), 77 Sunset Strip (1958, TV Show), The 25th Annual Academy Awards (1953, TV Movie), The Lemon Drop Kid (1951), Summer Holiday (1948), The Show-Off (1946), Lost in a Harem (1944), Swing Fever (1943), The Celebrity Game (1964, TV Show), Here’s Hollywood (1960, TV Show), The Garry Moore Show (1958, TV Show), The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (1956, TV Show), Brooklyn Goes to Las Vegas (1956), Shower of Stars (1954, TV Show), The George Gobel Show (1954, TV Show), The Jimmy Durante Show (1954, TV Show), A Star Is Born World Premiere (1954, TV Show), The 25th Annual Academy Awards (1953, TV Movie), I’ve Got a Secret (1952, TV Show), The Bob Hope Show (1952, TV Show), The Name’s the Same (1951, TV Show), The Colgate Comedy Hour (1950, TV Show), What’s My Line? (1950, TV Show), Your Show of Shows (1950, TV Show), The Arthur Murray Party (1950, TV Show), The Frank Sinatra Show (1950, TV Show), Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Goes to Bat (1950), Cavalcade of Stars (1949, TV Show), Front Row Center (1949, TV Show), Stump the Stars (1947, TV Show)

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