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Who is actress Jayne Mansfield? How did she die? Wiki: Children, Spouse

• Jayne Mansfield was an American actress, singer, and entertainer who became famous as one of the prominent sex symbols during the ‘50s.
• She was born Vera Jane Palmer in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and grew up in Philipsburg, New Jersey.
• Her career started in the early 1950s and her exposure on the show “Lux Video Theater” led her to become one of the earliest models of Playboy magazine.
• Mansfield had her first starring film role in the movie “The Girl Can’t Help It”, which was well-received by both fans and critics.
• She died in a car crash in 1967 at the age of 34.

Short Info

Died June 29, 1967, Slidell, Louisiana, United States
Spouse Matt Cimber, Mickey Hargitay, Paul Mansfield
Mark Platinum blonde hair
Fact Mother of Jayne Marie Mansfield, who appeared in Playboy magazine in 1976, following her mother’s footsteps.
Payments Earned $10,000 from A Guide for the Married Man (1967)

Who is Jayne Mansfield?

Jayne Mansfield, born Vera Jane Palmer on the 19th of April, 1933, was an American actress, singer, entertainer, who became famous as one of the prominent sex symbols during the ‘50s. Aside from her career in movie and television, Mansfield also became known for her publicity stunts that often included nudity; she became the first American actress to appear nude in films.

Jayne Mansfield’s Early life

Mansfield was born in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, the only child of Herbert William Palmer, an attorney and musician who came from English and German ancestry, and Vera Jeffrey Palmer, a school teacher of English descent. Mansfield spent most of her time growing up in Philipsburg, New Jersey where her father worked with Robert B. Meyner who was then running for governor, but when she was three, Mansfield’s father died of a heart attack while driving with the family. Her mother remarried, tying the knot with sales engineer Harry Lawrence Peers in 1939. Mansfield and her family then moved to Dallas, Texas where she continued her education, attending Highland Park High School, where she also took violin, viola, and piano lessons. After matriculating in 1950, she continued her studies at Southern Methodist University, studying acting, then moved to Austin, Texas to attend the University of Texas, and studying dramatics.

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Jayne Mansfield’s Career

Mansfield’s career started in the early 1950s, but it was not an easy progress towards stardom. She and her family moved to Los Angeles to pursue her passion for acting, but no one hired her. She then resorted to various jobs while waiting for her acting dreams to come true; these included selling popcorn at the Stanley Warner Theater and candy in a movie theater, and teaching dance lessons.

Although Mansfield appeared in small stage productions, breaking out into the mainstream proved hard because of her voluptuous body, particularly her large breasts. Eventually, she was able to land her first acting gig in “Lux Video Theater”, a television series that aired on CBS. Her exposure on the show then led her to become one of the earliest models of Playboy magazine, featuring in the magazine’s February 1955 issue that eventually launched her career. Her early years in the entertainment industry helped establish her career and also her net worth. After her success with Playboy, Mansfield eventually received a steady stream of acting opportunities, including appearing in “Pete Kelly’s Blues”, “Illegal”, and “Hell on Frisco Bay.”

Jayne Mansfield’s Rise and Fall

In 1955, Mansfield became a contracted actress with Warner Bros., that launched her to mainstream stardom, soon starring in the Broadway production of “Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?”. Mansfield had her first starring film role in the movie “The Girl Can’t Help It”, which became the year’s biggest success, and was well-received by both fans and critics. She also had a more dramatic role, and starring in “The Wayward Bus,” which despite enjoying moderate success, her performance earned her a Golden Globe in 1957 for New Star of the Year. The same year, Mansfield reprised her role in “Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter” when it was turned into a movie, and a string of successful movies she then appeared in included “Kiss Them for Me” and “The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw”, which tremendously increased her wealth.

Unfortunately, blonde bombshells like Mansfield eventually receive a backlash due to excessive publicity. This affected her career in a major way as studio productions decided to also lessen her projects. Films such as “The Challenge”, “Too Hot to Handle” and “It Happened in Athens” failed to top the box office, unlike Mansfield’s earlier movies.

Despite being the first American actress to appear nude in the film “Promises! Promises!”, it still failed to reignite her career. Some of Mansfield’s final projects before her unfortunate death included “Single Room Furnished”, “The Las Vegas Hillbillys”,and “A Guide for the Married Man.”

Circa 1955: Jayne Mansfield with Natalie Wood, Lance Fuller, John Smith and Bob Fuller #jaynemansfield #oldhollywood

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Jayne Mansfield’s Body Measurement

As one of the sex symbols of the ‘50s, it’s no surprise that Mansfield was known for her curvaceous body. She was 5 ft. 6 in. (1.68 m) tall with vital statistics of 40-21-35.

Jayne Mansfield’s Net Worth

As of 2018 and based on authoritative sources, Mansfield’s net worth is reported to be over $1 million, acquired from her years working as an actress, singer, model, and overall entertainer.

Jayne Mansfield’s Personal Life

In terms of her personal life, Mansfield was married three times and had five children. She met her first husband, Paul Mansfield, when she was just 16; the two had a secret relationship and married even before she matriculate from high school. They eventually had a daughter together named Jayne Marie, but they went their separate ways in 1955. In 1958 she married Mickey Hargitay, a former Mr. Universe. They had three children together and even co-starred in a couple of films including “Promises! Promises!”, but their relationship also ended in divorce, in 1964. Mansfield’s last marriage was later the same year, to director Matt Cimber. They had one child together, but divorced in 1966.

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Jayne Mansfield’s Death

On 29 June 1967, Mansfield died in an horrific car crash. She was on her way to a morning TV interview with her then boyfriend, Sam Brody, along with her three children, from Biloxi, Mississippi on their way to New Orleans, Louisiana. Their car crashed into a slow tractor trailer, and only the three children survived the accident. She died at the age of 34.

General Info

Full Name Jayne Mansfield
Died June 29, 1967, Slidell, Louisiana, United States
Height 1.66 m
Profession Actor, Pin-up model, Entertainer, Singer, Pianist, Violinist, Showgirl, Playboy Playmate
Education Highland Park High School, Southern Methodist University, University of California, Los Angeles, University of Dallas, University of Texas at Austin
Nationality American


Spouse Matt Cimber, Mickey Hargitay, Paul Mansfield
Children Mariska Hargitay, Jayne Marie Mansfield, Zoltan Hargitay, Tony Cimber, Mickey Hargitay Jr.
Parents Herbert William Palmer, Vera Jeffrey Palmer Peers


Awards Theatre World Award, Golden Globe Award for Best New Star of the Year – Actress
Movies The Girl Can’t Help It, Promises! Promises!, Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, Too Hot to Handle, Kiss Them for Me, Primitive Love, The Wayward Bus, The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw, It Happened in Athens, Single Room Furnished, The Burglar, A Guide for the Married Man, The Fat Spy, The Loves of Hercules…
TV Shows Follow the Sun, Down You Go

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# Marks / Signs
1 High-pitched squeal
2 Lisp, breathless voice
3 Voluptuous figure
4 Platinum blonde hair



# Quote
1 I love sex… It should be animalistic, it should be sadistic, it should at times be masochistic… There are few rules and moral conventions.
2 Once you were a starlet. Then you’re a star. Can you become a starlet again?
3 Nothing risque, nothing gained.
4 If you’re going to do something wrong, do it big, because the punishment is the same either way.
5 Men are those creatures with two legs and eight hands.
6 You know which title I like best? I like to be called mother.
7 Sex appeal is a wonderful, warm, womanly, healthy feeling. If you’re a woman it’s womanly, if you’re not it’s manly… it comes only from inside… it’s an effervescent desire to enjoy life.
8 I have always considered my career self and my personal self as two different and separate people. There’s a Jayne Mansfield at home, a wife and devoted mother, and there’s Jayne the sex symbol, which is my career. I have always kept them completely apart and separate.
9 I guess a lot of people think that a girl who shows her bosom and wears tight dresses can’t be close to God. God has always been close to me. Only He knew what was in my heart.
10 [Upon learning that 20th Century-Fox had lied to her about being considered for the lead in a film about the life of Jean Harlow] I have thousands of letters here, from people all over the world, saying I am the perfect Harlow… even naturally have her mannerisms of caressing my body and arms in that way. But no, they can’t see me playing the dramatic side of Harlow’s life.
11 I like the California style of living.
12 If you want the best things in life, you have to earn them for yourself.
13 Once you were a starlet. Then you’re a star. Can you be a starlet again?
14 My father was the only man I ever knew who really loved me unselfishly, who never used me for personal gain.
15 I didn’t come to Hollywood to be the girl next door. I came to be a movie star.
16 To function as an actress, I have to be in love. I have to have that incentive to work.
17 Looks don’t regulate a girl’s body temperature, at least not this girl’s body temperature. Intelligence in a man is the keynote and no girl in her right mind is going to go shopping for a man who’s handsome and husky alone.
18 I’ve got the strangest build. It’s big in the hips, small in the waist and I’ve got these enormous… shoulders.
19 No one wants to see or read about a dull subject. I don’t consider myself a dull subject.
20 I’d like ten more babies and ten more chihuahuas and a few Academy Awards. Meanwhile, I enjoy being a sex symbol and making people happy.
21 I want to earn my own way, I like having nice things, but I’ve never accepted anything I haven’t earned.
22 War is a foolish, childish, animalistic, unthinking, unintelligent way of trying to accomplish a purpose.
23 We eat a lot of lean meat and fresh vegetables. You are what you eat, you know. When I’m 100, I’ll still be doing pin-ups.
24 A lot of happiness can be brought to the mentally distraught by a little understanding.
25 I like being a pin-up girl, there’s nothing wrong with it.
26 I don’t particularly enjoy publicity, it seems to just follow me around.
27 I will never be satisfied. Life is one constant search for betterment for me.
28 Carrying a baby is the most rewarding experience a woman can enjoy.
29 If you’re going to do something wrong, do it big, because the punishment is the same either way.
30 I don’t want to get involved in the racial situation at the expense of losing fans. I wouldn’t say anything too strong, but I do know that God created us equal and we’re not living up to it.
31 Stars were made to suffer, and I am a star.
32 To establish yourself as an actress, you have to become well known. A girl just starting out, I would tell her to concentrate on acting, but she doesn’t have to go around wearing blankets.
33 [on Bette Davis] Dramatic art in her opinion is knowing how to fill a sweater.


# Fact
1 Her daughter Mariska Hargitay received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame right next to hers.
2 It is said that the bumper bars that are seen on the rear of modern semi-trailers were mandated after her death, and are sometimes referred to as “Mansfield Bars”.
3 Even though she divorced her first husband, Paul Mansfield, she kept the last name Mansfield because it sounded “Hollywood” to her. She felt that it would help gain her stardom.
4 Gave birth to her fifth child at age 32, a son, Tony Cimber, on October 18th, 1965. Child’s father is her 3rd husband Matt Cimber.
5 Gave birth to her fourth child at age 30, a daughter, Mariska Hargitay, on January 24th, 1964. Child’s father is her 2nd ex husband, Mickey Hargitay.
6 Gave birth to her third child at age 27, a son, Zoltan Hargitay, on August 1st, 1960. Child’s father is her 2nd ex-husband, Mickey Hargitay.
7 Gave birth to her second child at age 25, a son, Mickey Hargitay Jr. on December 21st, 1958. Child’s father is her 2nd ex-husband, Mickey Hargitay.
8 Gave birth to her first child at age 17, a daughter, Jayne Marie Mansfield, on November 8th, 1950. Child’s father is her 1st ex-husband, Paul Mansfield.
9 Biographer Martha Saxton about Mansfield and sex: “If Jayne was a product of the fifties, then she was a casualty of the sixties. In the fifties, Jayne and American men had conspired to keep it a secret. By the sixties the secret was out.”.
10 She was Miss Photoflash 1952, the first in a series of beauty awards she would win.
11 She studied with Baruch Lumet in 1952 at his Dallas Institute of the Performing Arts.
12 Her daughter Mariska Hargitay has a zig zag scar on the side of her head from the car accident that killed her mother. Mariska has no memory of the accident since she was only three years old at the time.
13 Before she entered films, Mansfield was coached by Yiddish theater veteran Baruch Lumet, father of Sidney Lumet.
14 Grandmother of Jianni Cimber (Tony’s daughter), Brandon and Zoltan Jr. Hargitay.
15 Mother-in-law of Peter Hermann and former mother-in-law of Dana Hargitay. Grandmother of August Miklos Friedrich Hermann (Mariska’s son).
16 She was inducted into the Texas Film Hall of Fame in March 2008 in Austin, Texas. Her daughter Mariska Hargitay accepted the award.
17 California license plate on her 1956 Lincoln Premiere convertible: NBB 851.
18 She was named the second (out of 100) top Playboy Playmates of all time according to Playboy magazine.
19 Her estate was valued at approximately $2,000,000 at the time of her death, a significant sum by 1967 standards.
20 She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6328 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on February 8, 1960.
21 Though her film career seemed to have fallen from grace in the mid and late 1960s, her nightclub act was huge, earning her $8,000-$17,000 weekly.
22 Was with 20th Century-Fox from 1956-1962.
23 Was the first American actress to appear nude in a mainstream American film (Promises….. Promises! (1963)).
24 Los Angeles heavy metal band L.A. Guns had a top-40 hit in the early 1990s with a song called “The Ballad of Jayne”, which was based on her.
25 The Japanese garage rock band The’s play a song called “I Walk Like Jayne Mansfield”.
26 She had a serious drinking problem most of her adult life.
27 Her character in the film The George Raft Story (1961) is based on 1940s bombshell Betty Grable.
28 Only child of Vera and Herbert Palmer. Her father was of 3/4 English and 1/4 German ancestry, and her mother was of English descent.
29 The German punk-rock-band The Bates dedicated the song “The Lips of Jayne Mansfield” (from the album “Shake!”) to her.
30 Her death is the subject of the Siouxsie and the Banshees song “Kiss Them for Me”, the title of which is taken from her 1957 film.
31 After her death an extension was added to the rear bumper of semi trailers to keep autos from driving under the truck. The were colloquially called Jane Mansfields.
32 The late model Buick that Jayne was killed in was locked in a garage for decades, in the same shape it was in after the crash. The owner, who was a huge fan, displayed it at various shows over the years, and it was sometimes billed as Jayne Mansfield’s death car. The car was sold at auction in 1999 for $8000. Reportedly, the car still has the blood stains on the seats.
33 Contrary to popular belief, she was not decapitated in the car crash that killed her. Her death certificate, issued in New Orleans, Louisiana, lists “crushed skull with avulsion of cranium and brain” as the immediate cause of death; her other injuries included “closed fracture of right humerus” and “multiple lacerations of hands and lower extremities”.
34 Her goal, as quoted in the book, “Jayne Mansfield and the American Fifties”: “To feel satisfied with myself; to know that I have arrived. To be liked. To be a big personality. The real stars are not actors or actresses. They’re personalities. The quality of making everyone stop in their tracks is what I work at.”.
35 Son Zoltan Hargitay was critically injured by a supposedly tame lion while visiting the Jungleland Zoo in Thousand Oaks, California, but made a full recovery. [December 1966]
36 Claimed to have an I.Q. of 163, though she did not have exceptional grades in school.
37 Was arrested for indecent exposure during her nightclub act in Burlington, Vermont in 1963.
38 Initally divorced Mickey Hargitay on May 1, 1963; she divorced him again in Juarez, Mexico. On August 26, 1964, the California Superior Court recognized the Mexican divorce pronouncement.
39 Made Mr. Blackwell’s Worst-Dressed List in 1961 with Marilyn Monroe, Sophia Loren and Shirley MacLaine. She also made the List in 1964.
40 Was a classically trained pianist and violinist.
41 Spoke five languages.
42 Turned down the role of Ginger Grant on Gilligan’s Island (1964), which went to Tina Louise.
43 Had five children: Jayne Marie Mansfield (born November 8, 1950), Mickey Hargitay Jr. (born December 21, 1958), Zoltan Hargitay (born August 1, 1960), Mariska Hargitay (born January 24, 1964) and Tony Cimber (born October 18, 1965).
44 Following her untimely death, she was interred at Fairview Cemetery in Plainfield (Outside of Pen Argyl), Pennsylvania.
45 Producer Louis W. Kellman always said that he “discovered” Jayne Mansfield. He gave the then little known actress her first starring role (Gladden, Dan Duryea’s sexy-but-shy gun moll kid sister) in The Burglar (1957) after seeing the normally jaded and unflappable film crew’s “overheated” reaction to her on the set of Pete Kelly’s Blues (1955) in which she had a small role.
46 Mother of Jayne Marie Mansfield, who appeared in Playboy magazine in 1976, following her mother’s footsteps.
47 Playboy Playmate of the Month February 1955.




Title Year Status Character
A Guide for the Married Man 1967 Technical Adviser (Girl with Harold)
The Fat Spy 1966 Junior Wellington
The Las Vegas Hillbillys 1966 Tawny
Single Room Furnished 1966 Johnnie / Mae / Eileen
Primitive Love 1964 Dr. Jane
When Strangers Meet 1964 Darlene / Mrs. Smithopolis
Panic Button 1964 Angela
Burke’s Law 1964 TV Series Cleo Patrick
Homesick for St. Pauli 1963 Evelyne
Promises! Promises! 1963 Sandy Brooks
The Red Skelton Hour 1959-1963 TV Series Dr. Joyce Sisters / Lorelei Lovely / Daisy June
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour 1962 TV Series Marion
It Happened in Athens 1962 Eleni Costa
Follow the Sun 1962 TV Series Scottie
The George Raft Story 1961 Lisa Lang
Kraft Mystery Theater 1961 TV Series
Monte Carlo 1961 TV Movie
The Loves of Hercules 1960 Queen Deianira / Hippolyta
It Takes a Thief 1960 Billy
Playgirl After Dark 1960 Midnight Franklin
After Hours 1959 TV Series
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw 1958 Kate
Kiss Them for Me 1957 Alice Kratzner
Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? 1957 Rita Marlowe
The Burglar 1957 Gladden
The Wayward Bus 1957 Camille Oakes
Shower of Stars 1957 TV Series
The Girl Can’t Help It 1956 Jerri Jordan
Sunday Spectacular: The Bachelor 1956 TV Movie Robin
Female Jungle 1956 Candy Price
Hell on Frisco Bay 1955 Mario’s Dance Partner at Nightclub (uncredited)
Illegal 1955 Angel O’Hara
Pete Kelly’s Blues 1955 Cigarette Girl
Lux Video Theatre 1954 TV Series Girl at Piano


Title Year Status Character
Electric Blue 22 1985 Video performer: “I’m In Love” – uncredited
Electric Blue 4 1982 Video performer: “I’m In Love” – uncredited
The Fat Spy 1966 performer: “I’d Like to be a Rose in Your Garden But I’m Just a Thorn in Your Side”
The Las Vegas Hillbillys 1966 performer: “THAT MAKES IT”
The Jack Benny Program 1963 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Homesick for St. Pauli 1963 performer: “Wo Ist Der Mann”, “Snick-Snack Snuckelchen”
Promises! Promises! 1963 performer: “Lu-Lu-Lu, I’m in Love”, “Promise Her Anything”
It Takes a Thief 1960 performer: “The Challenge of Love”
Playgirl After Dark 1960 performer: “Too Hot To Handle”, “You Were Made For Me”
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw 1958 performer: “In the Valley of Love”, “If the San Francisco Hills Could Only Talk”, “Strolling Down the Lane with Bill” – uncredited
The Girl Can’t Help It 1956 “Rock Around the Rock Pile” / performer: “Ev’rytime” – uncredited
Illegal 1955 performer: “Too Marvelous for Words” – uncredited


Title Year Status Character
That Man: Peter Berlin 2005 Documentary heavenly thanks
S1m0ne 2002 Simone wishes to thank the following for their contribution to the making of Simone


Title Year Status Character
The Wild, Wild World of Jayne Mansfield 1968 Documentary Herself
Dateline: Hollywood 1967 TV Series Herself
Spree 1967 Documentary Herself
The Joey Bishop Show 1967 TV Series Herself
Juke Box Jury 1959-1967 TV Series Herself – Panelist / Herself – Panellist
Candid Camera 1967 TV Series Herself
The Pat Boone Show 1967 TV Series Herself
Poem Posters 1966 Short Herself
A Bob Hope Comedy Special 1966 TV Special Herself
The Bob Hope Show 1962-1966 TV Series Herself / Herself – Guest
The Milton Berle Show 1966 TV Series Herself
The Merv Griffin Show 1966 TV Series Herself
What’s My Line? 1956-1966 TV Series Herself – Mystery Guest / Herself
The Match Game 1964-1966 TV Series Team Captain
Today 1956-1966 TV Series Herself
The Jack Paar Program 1962-1965 TV Series Herself / Herself (on film)
Girl Talk 1965 TV Series Herself
Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine 1964-1965 TV Series Herself / Game Show Panelist / Sketch / …
Password All-Stars 1964 TV Series Herself
Get the Message 1964 TV Series Herself
Cinépanorama 1957-1964 TV Series documentary Herself
Reflets de Cannes 1956-1964 TV Series documentary Herself
Stump the Stars 1962-1964 TV Series Herself – Guest Panelist / Herself
The Jack Benny Program 1956-1963 TV Series Herself
The Mike Douglas Show 1963 TV Series Herself – Co-Host
TV-uutiset ja sää 1963 TV Series Herself
Miss Skandinavia 1964 1963 TV Special Herself
The Jack Paar Tonight Show 1961-1962 TV Series Herself
The Tonight Show 1962 TV Series Herself
Guest Shot 1962 TV Series documentary Herself
Here’s Hollywood 1961 TV Series Herself
The Annual National Sports Awards 1961 TV Special Herself – Presenter
The National Sports Awards 1961 TV Special Herself – Presenter
This Is Your Life 1960 TV Series Herself
Hollywood – Ein Vorort in vier Anekdoten 1960 TV Movie documentary Herself (uncredited)
Person to Person 1956-1960 TV Series documentary Herself
The Arthur Murray Special for Bob Hope 1960 TV Movie Herself
Menschen, Hoffnungen, Medaillen 1960 Documentary Herself
The Steve Allen Plymouth Show 1959-1960 TV Series Herself / Herself – Guest
Spectacular 1959 TV Series Herself – Host
The 31st Annual Academy Awards 1959 TV Special Herself – Performer
Screen Snapshots: Salute to Hollywood 1958 Documentary short Herself
Hollywood Glamour on Ice 1957 Short Herself
Val Parnell’s Sunday Night at the London Palladium 1957 TV Series Herself
The Ed Sullivan Show 1957 TV Series Herself
Screen Snapshots: The Walter Winchell Party 1957 Documentary short Herself
Tonight! America After Dark 1957 TV Series Herself – Guest
Atlantic City Holiday 1956 TV Movie Herself
Hollywood Preview 1956 TV Series Herself
Down You Go 1951 TV Series Herself (Regular Panelist) (1956)


Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Motion Picture On 8 February 1960. At 6328 Hollywood Blvd.
1957 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Most Promising Newcomer – Female The Girl Can’t Help It (1956)

Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
1959 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Top Female Musical Performance The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (1958)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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