Margaux Hemingway Biography
(American Fashion Model and Actress)
Birthday: February 16, 1954 (Aquarius)
Born In: Portland, Oregon, United States
Margaux Louis Hemingway was a famous American model turned actress of the 1970s. She tasted success quite early but had a turbulent life. The six-foot tall, willowy blonde model rose the success ladder by signing several contracts, commanding hefty fees and launching the famous Farberge perfume which she also helped to develop. It was her supermodel career that led to her big, yet short break into the film industry. The highest paid woman in her business, Margaux Louis Hemingway was the face of several fashion magazines covers across the world. Hitting New York City in the mid- 1970s, the country girl with a famous name immediately caught everyone’s attention with her natural charm, effortless attitude and disarming manner. The granddaughter of legendary author, Ernest Hemingway, Margaux Hemingway belonged to a family known for their achievements and tragic personal issues over generations. Her foreordained fame did not stop the woman from being industrious and creating her own place in the famous family saga. Despite receiving early and rapid success she had an insignificant film career and faced many financial problems which later resulted in major bouts of alcoholism and depression.