Marilyn Manson is a musician, actor, and public figure who has been active since the late 80s. Though not as popular today, Manson once dominated the music charts.
Here are 42 weird facts about Marilyn Manson.
42. Normal Name
Marilyn Manson was born Brian Warner. He is of German and English ancestry, but grew up in the American Midwest. His mom is Episcopalian and his dad is Catholic.
41. Like Father
Manson attended Christian heritage school until the 10th grade. This was the kind of school that told you what not to listen to. Take a wild guess what music Manson listened to?
40. Musical Manson
When he was still known to the world as Brian Warner, Marilyn Manson was pursuing a career as a music journalist. He majored in journalism at Broward College and also wrote for a local Florida lifestyle magazine called The 25th Parallel.
39. Inquisitive Manson
Manson also got to interview many famous rock stars before becoming one himself. One such rock star is Trent Reznor, who would later go on to produce to of Manson’s albums, and sign Manson to his Nothing Records.
38. Too Long
In 1989, Marilyn Manson & The Spooky Kids was formed. They recorded their first demo in 1990, and started gaining a following by 1992 for their highly visual shows featuring shocking imagery and bizarre costumes. The band shortly thereafter dropped The Spooky Kids and continued as just Marilyn Manson.
Marilyn Manson and his original band mates got their names by mashing up the first name of an iconic female sex symbol and an iconic serial killer. For Manson, it’s a mash up of Marilyn Monroe and Charles Manson. On the flip side, Charles Monroe sounds very distinguished.
36. Will You?
Manson has been engaged three times; once to actor Evan Rachel Wood, once to actor Rose McGowan, and once to burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese. He only married Dita, but they divorced shortly after.
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