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Marlene Dietrich was a German actress and singer who had a net worth of $10 million at the time of her death. That’s the same as roughly $20 million in today’s dollars after adjusting for inflation. Marlene Dietrich began her career on the stage and in silent Weimar German films. She went on to become one of the most famous stars of Hollywood’s Golden Age, with her credits including “Destry Rides Again,” “Stage Fright,” “Witness for the Prosecution,” and, most notably, six films by director Josef von Sternberg, including “Shanghai Express” and “The Scarlet Empress.” Dietrich spent the later decades of her career touring the globe as a live-show performer.
While Dietrich had a highly manicured professional image, much of her personal life was concealed from the public. However, she was known to be bisexual, and to proudly flout conventional gender roles. Notably, Dietrich had a plethora of affairs of varying lengths, including with actors Gary Cooper, John Gilbert, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., James Stewart, and Jean Gabin. In Paris, she had an affair with cabaret hostess Suzanne Baulé. Dietrich’s other relationships – with everyone from Yul Brynner to John F. Kennedy – are legend.
She was against plastic surgery. She never had it done. But Marlene was never scruffy.
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“Darling, the legs aren’t so beautiful, I just know what to do with them.”Marlene Dietrich
“I never enjoyed working in a film.”Marlene Dietrich
“I love quotations because it is a joy to find thoughts one might have, beautifully expressed with much authority by someone recognized wiser than oneself.”Marlene Dietrich
“The tears I have cried over Germany have dried. I have washed my face.”Marlene Dietrich
“A man would prefer to come home to an unmade bed and a happy woman than to a neatly made bed and an angry woman.”Marlene Dietrich