Jane Russell young
June 21, 1921
5 ft 7 in | 170 cm
38-24-36 in | 97-61-91 cm
59 kg | 130 pounds
8 US | 38 EU
Jane Russell was born in June 21, 1921, Bemidji, Minnesota, U.S., on June 21, 1921, was an American actress. Young Jane Russell first started acting during her years at the Van Nuys High School in stage productions, also modeled for photographers.
She was signed seven-year contract with Howard Hughes in 1940.
She made her big screen debut and achieved rose to international fame in Western film The Outlaw (1943), in role as Rio McDonald, directed by Howard Hughes.
She began her singing career with the Kay Kyser Orchestra on radio in 1947.
She got her Broadway debut in musical "Company" (1971) in role as Joanne.
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) musical comedy with Marilyn Monroe
The Paleface (1948) comedy Western in role as Calamity Jane
His Kind of Woman (1951) drama noir opposite Robert Mitchum
Double Dynamite (1951) musical comedy with Groucho Marx and Frank Sinatra
Macao (1952) noir adventure opposite Robert Mitchum
Underwater! (1955) adventure opposite Richard Egan
The Tall Men (1955) western opposite Clark Gable
The Revolt of Mamie Stover (1956) romantic drama opposite Richard Egan
Studied drama and acting with Max Reinhardt's Theatrical Workshop.
She was only daughter of the five children.
She appeared in more than 20 films throughout her career.
Was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6850 Hollywood Boulevard in 1960.
She wrote an autobiography "Jane Russell: My Path and My Detours" (1985).
She was good friends with Terry Moore.
She adopted three children.
Russell died on February 28, 2011, Santa Maria, California, United States, at the age of 89.
She was married three times to: John Calvin Peoples (1974-1999), Roger Barrett (1968) and Robert Waterfield (1943-1968).
She dated John Payne (1942-1943).
Publicity can be terrible. But only if you don't have any.
Yes, Howard Hughes invented a bra for me. Or, he tried to. And one of the seamless ones like they have now. He was way ahead of his time. But I never wore it in The Outlaw (1943). And he never knew. He wasn't going to take my clothes off to check if I had it on. I just told him I did.
Sometimes the photographers would pose me in a low-necked nightgown and tell me to bend down and pick up the pails. They were not shooting the pails.
Music has gone just as bananas as the movies. But kids are learning swing and going back to the music of the '40s. There's a swing club near my home in Santa Barbara, and the kids are fantastic. There's no drinking, no smoking, just dancing all night long.
I want to save America. I do not want a one-world order, a one-world government, at all. I think that our Founding Fathers had exactly the right idea, and we've got a great country, and let's go back to God.
I like a man who can run faster than I can.