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10 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT MARILYN MANSON

Brian Hugh Warner, better known under the pseudonym Marilyn Manson (born January 5, 1969, Canton, Ohio, USA) is an American rock singer, songwriter, artist and former music journalist. , founder and permanent leader of the rock band Marilyn Manson. His stage name is formed from the addition of the names of two American iconic figures of the 1960s, namely actress Marilyn Monroe and convicted of several murders of Charles Manson.

He was the only child in the family of German-born furniture merchant Hugh Warner and nurse Barbara Warner. In the autobiography of The Long Hard Road Out of Hell, Manson described in detail the grandfather’s sexual fetishes, which greatly influenced his worldview.

As a child, he attended the Episcopal Church with his mother, although his father was a Catholic. Brian attended High School Christian Heritage High School from first to tenth grade. He was later transferred to Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, from which he graduated in 1987.

He is a distant relative (fourth cousin of double remoteness) to Patrick Buchanan.

Marilyn Manson’s real name is Brian Hugh Warner. The stage name consists of fragments of the names of the movie star Marilyn Monroe and the killer maniac Charles Manson.
In addition to music, the artist is fond of painting. He began painting in 1995, and sold his first work to drug dealers. Now more than 150 of his paintings are known.
On February 14, 1998, Marilyn Manson’s book, The Long Hard Road from Hell, was published. In it, the author writes about his childhood and further life events.
The singer asks to take into account the requirements of his rider. Once, preparing for a concert in Moscow, Manson said that black should prevail on the stage, in the dressing room – only black curtains, black towels and a vase of olives with stones. For an unknown reason, the organizers of the concert did not take into account the seriousness of the request for olives, and this led the singer into a wild rage. Fortunately, this issue was quickly resolved.
In childhood, parents sent Marilyn to a Christian school for boys. Manson himself in his autobiography writes about it this way: “At school, I could not give my best. This place rested on laws and conformism. Everyone was as if from an incubator, and there was no question of any individuality. From the age of twelve, I began a protracted campaign to expel myself from school. ”
Manson releases absinthe. The production of absinthe by Marilyn Manson’s own brand “Mansinthe” was launched at the Swiss distillery in 2007.
Manson is an exquisite groom. To his ex-wife, a famous dancer and model Dita von Teese, in March 2004, he presented a 7-carat diamond ring, and the wedding ceremony took place in an Irish castle.
Manson has 19 different tattoos on his body: 16 on his arms, 1 behind his ear, 1 on his leg and 1 on his chest.
Manson attended a meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. The artist’s favorite alcoholic drink is absinthe, and the singer also talks about addiction to cocaine.
Marilyn Manson has his own point of view regarding what he is doing: “I never considered shocking anything that I was doing. Shocking the audience is too difficult, especially when compared with what is happening in the world. Or with what my imagination offers me. It is still unknown what is grotesque. I live the way I like and feel great. “

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