This article is about the stripper/erotic actress. For the silent film actress born Lillian St. Cyr, see Red Wing Lili St. Cyr (June 3, 1918 – January 29, 1999), was a prominent American burlesque stripper.
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St. Cyr died in Los Angeles, California, on January 29, 1999, aged 80; under her birth name, Willis Marie Van Schaack.
In 1989, one of St. Cyr's husbands, Ted Jordan, wrote a biography of Marilyn Monroe entitled Norma Jean: My Secret Life with Marilyn Monroe (New York, William Morrow and Company, 1989), in which Jordan claimed that St. Cyr and Monroe had an affair.
While St. Cyr starred in several movies, an acting career never really materialized. In 1955, with the help of Howard Hughes, St. Cyr landed her first acting job in a major motion picture in the Son of Sinbad.
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