Marilyn Kennedy
First Lady of the United States
In office:

January 20, 1961 - January 20, 1969

Preceded by: Vacant (Last held by Frances Dewey)
Succeded by: Pat Nixon
Second Lady of the United States
In office:

September 12, 1955 - January 20, 1961

Preceded by: Vacant (Last held by Nina Warren)
Succeded by: Muriel Humphrey

June 1 1926, Los Angeles, California

Died August 15 2007, Los Angeles, California
Nationality: American
Political party: Democratic

John F. Kennedy (1955 - 1972)

Children: Debbie, John, Caroline
Alma mater:


Occupation: Actress, Model, Singer, Socialite, Activist

Pentecostal (1926 - 1955)

Roman Catholic (1955 - 2007)

Marilyn Monroe was an american actress, singer, model and political activist. After beginning her career as a model, she began acting in 1944. She was met with considerable commercial success, and was considered a sex symbol. In 1953 she first met Vice President John F. Kennedy, the two began a relationship and married in 1955.

As first lady she was a popular political figure, as well as a leading philanthropist. She helped set up the War on Poverty program, and became a key advisor to her husband on domestic policy.

Following her husband's death she helped set up the Kennedy foundation, and later helped raise money and campaign for Ted Kennedy's 1980 and 1984 presidential campaigns.

In 2007 she died, after losing a long battle with cancer.

Early Life

Early Career

Second Lady 1955 - 1961

First Lady 1961 - 1969

Kennedy was a new kind of first lady.

Later life


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