WHO'S WHO?

Family
– Maternal great-grandfather – Tilford Marion Hogan (1851 – 1933)
– Maternal Grandmother – Della Mae Monroe née Hogan (1876 – 1927)
– Maternal Grandfather – Otis Elmer Monroe (1866 – 1907)
– Mother – Gladys Pearl Baker née Monroe (1902 – 1984)
– Maternal Uncle – Marion Otis Elmer Hogan (1904 – 1929)
– Aunt – Olive Brunnings (married Marion Hogan)
– Great-aunt – Ida Martin (Olive’s mother)
– Paternal Grandmother – Elizabeth Easton Gifford née Tennant (1866 – 1904)
– Paternal Grandfather – Frederick Almy Gifford (1867 – 1957)
– Father – Charles Stanley Gifford (1896 – 1965)
– Half-Sister (same mother) – Berniece Inez Gladys Miracle née Baker (1919 – 2014)
– Niece (Berniece’s daughter) – Mona Rae Miracle (1939)
– Half Brother (same mother) – Robert Baker (1918 – 1933)
– Stepchild (via Joe DiMaggio)- Joe DiMaggio Jr.
– Stepchildren (via Arthur Miller) – Bobby (1947) and Jane Miller (1944)
– Foster parents – Ida and Wayne Bolender
– Foster parents – Grace McKee (also Gladys’s best friend) and Doc Goddard (Bebe Goddard is their daughter)
– Foster mother – Aunt Ana Lower

Friends
– Shelley Winters (actress and flatmate)
– Sydney Skolsky (journalist)
– Jack Cole (choreographer)
– Pat Newcomb (publicist)
– Milton Greene (photographer and business partner) and Amy Greene
– Norman Rosten (poet) and Hedda Rosten (private secretary)
– Lee and Paula Strasberg (acting coaches) and their daughter, Susan Strasberg
– Ralph Roberts (masseuse)
– Allan Snyder (makeup artist)
– Inez Melson (business manager)
– Sam Shaw (photographer)
– May Reis (personal secretary)
– The Rat Pack: Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr, Dean Martin, and Peter Lawford
– Patricia Lawford (sister to President John F Kennedy and wife to Peter Lawford)
– Louis Untermeyer (poet)
– Montgomery Clift (co-star)
– Carl Sandburg (poet)
– Marlon Brando (actor)
– Gloria Lovell (neighbour and Sinatra’s secretary)

Husbands
– James Doughtery (m. 1942; div. 1946)
– Joseph Paul DiMaggio ​(m. 1954; div. 1955)​
– Arthur Miller ​(m. 1956; div. 1961)​

Confirmed Boyfriends/Lovers
– Chuck Moran, c. 1942
– Bill Pursel, dated on and off, from 1946 to 1950
– Charles Chaplin Jr in 1947
– Fred Karger (vocal coach) in 1948
– Johnny Hyde (agent) from 1949 to 1950
– Andre De Dienes (photographer), affair whilst married to Jimmy Dougherty, 1946 until 1948
– Elia Kazan (director), affair in 1951
– Hal Schaefer (vocal coach) in 1954
– Yves Montand (co-star in Let’s Make Love), affair while she was married to Arthur Miller and Yves was married Simone Signoret in 1959
– Frank Sinatra (singer, actor, and friend) in 1961
– John F. Kennedy (President of the USA), one-night stand/affair at Bing Crosby’s home in 1962

The Studio
– Ben Lyon (actor and studio executive at 20th Century-Fox)
– Harry Cohn (studio executive at Columbia)
– Darryl Francis Zanuck (studio executive and head of 20th Century until 1956)
– Joseph Michael Schenck (studio executive and head of 20th Century until 1957)

Acting & Performance Coaches
– Acting coach – Morris Carnovsky, The Actor’s Lab from c. 1947
– Acting coach – Natasha Lytess from 1948 to 1955
– Acting coach – Michael Chekhov from 1951 to 1952
– Acting coach – Lee Strasberg and Paula Strasberg, The Actor’s Studio from 1956 to 1962
– Vocal coach – Fred Karger in 1948
– Vocal coach – Hal Schaefer from 1952 to 1954
– Choreographer – Jack Cole from 1953 to 1959

Hair, Makeup & Costumes
– Makeup artist – Allan ‘Whitey’ Snyder from 1946 to 1962
– Hairstylist – Agnes Flanagan from 1950 to 1962
– Hairstylist – Gladys Rasmussen from 1952 to 1956
– Hairstylist – Peter Leonardi from 1954 to 1955
– Hairstylist – Sydney Guilaroff from 1957 to 1961
– Hairstylist – Kenneth Battelle from 1961 to 1962
– Hairstylist – George Masters in 1962
– Costume designer – William Travilla (Don’t Bother to Knock, Monkey Business, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, How to Marry A Millionaire, River of No Return, The Seven Year Itch, There’s No Business Like Show Business, Bus Stop)
– Costume Designer – John Louis (The Misfits)
– Costume designer – Dorothy Jeakins (Niagara, Let’s Make Love, The Misfits)
– Costume designer – Orry-Kelly (Some Like It Hot)

Notable Directors
– John Huston (The Asphalt Jungle and The Misfits)
– Joshua Logan (Bus Stop)
– Billy Wilder (The Seven Year Itch and Some Like It Hot)

Personal Staff
– Maid, West Coast – Hazel Washington from 1956 to 1962
– Maid, East Coast – Lena Pepitone from 1957 to 1962
– Maid – Florence Ida Thomas 1956
– Housekeeper – Eunice Murray from 1961 to 1962
– Cook and Housekeeper, East Coast- Hattie Stephenson
– Handyman – Peter Leonardi from 1954 to 1955
– Handyman – Norman Jeffries in 1962
– Masseuse and driver – Ralph Roberts from 1960 to 1962
– Private secretary, East Coast – Hedda Rosten from 1956 to 1961
– Private secretary, East Coast – May Reis from 1957 to 1960
– Private secretary, East Coast – Marjorie Stengel from 1960 to 1962
– Private secretary, West Coast – Cherie Redmond in 1962
– Business manager – Inez Melson from 1951 to 1962

Agents & Representation
– Modelling agent – Emmeline Snively, Blue Book Modelling Agency from 1945 to 1946
– Agent – Helen Ainsworth from 1946 to 1949
– Agent – Harry Lipton from 1946 to 1950
– Agent – Johnny Hyde, William Morris Agency from 1949 to 1950
– Agent – Charlie Felman, Famous Artists Agency from 1951 to 1955
– Agent – Jay Kanter from 1955 to 1956
– Agent – Lew Wasserman, MCA from 1956 to 1962
– Agent – George Chasin, MCA from 1958 to 1960
– Lawyer – Lloyd Wright in 1954
– Lawyer – Jerry Giesler in 1954
– Lawyer – Frank Delaney in 1955
– Lawyer – Irving Stein in 1955
– Lawyer – Robert Montgomery in 1957
– Lawyer – Aaron Frosch in 1960
– Lawyer – Milton ‘Mickey’ Rudin in 1962
– Press Agency – Arthur P. Jacobs Agency from 1955 to 1962
– Publicist – Rupert Allan, Arthur P. Jacobs Agency
– Publicist – Frank Goodman, Arthur P. Jacobs Agency
– Publicist – Pat Newcomb, Arthur P. Jacobs Agency
– Publicist – John Spring, Arthur P. Jacobs Agency
– Publicist – Lois Weber, Arthur P. Jacobs Agency
– Talent manager – Milton Ebbins

Medical Professionals

 Physicians
– Dr Elliot Corday from 1948 to the mid-1950s
– Dr Myron Prinzmetal in 1952
– Dr Robert Rosenfeld in 1954
– Dr Verne Mason in 1954
– Dr Phillip Shapiro in 1955
– Dr Nathan Headley in 1956
– Dr Phillip Rubin in 1962
– Dr Lee Siegel from 1954 to 1962
– Dr Hyman Engleberg from 1960 to 1962

Gynaecologists
– Dr Leon Krohn from 1952 to 1958
– Dr Bernard Berglass in 1957
– Dr Hillard Dubrow in 1957

 Surgeons
– Dr Michael Gurdin – minor cosmetic surgery in 1949/1950
– Dr Mark Rabwin – Appendix surgery in 1952
– Dr Mortimer Rogers – Endometriosis surgery in 1959

Psychologists
– Dr Margaret Hohenberg from 1955 to 1957
– Dr Marianne Kris from 1957 to 1961
– Dr Ralph Greenson from 1960 to 1962

Other
– John Carroll and Lucille Ryman (friends and benefactors in Marilyn’s starlet years)
– Ben Hecht (ghostwriter for My Story)
– Isidore Miller (father-in-law and friend)
– Louella Parsons (movie columnist)
– Hedda Hopper (gossip columnist)
– Dorothy Kilgallen (gossip columnist)
– Walter Winchell (gossip columnist)
– Jeanne Carmen (“friend” of Marilyn’s except they never met)
– Robert Slatzer (journalist, conspiracy theorist, and “friend/ex-lover/husband”)
– Fred Otash (private investigator)
– Frank Capell (started the Kennedy murder rumours)
– Jack Clemmons (first officer on the scene of Marilyn’s death)