Marilyn Manson Biography

Marilyn Manson Biography

Brian Hugh Warner (born January 5, 1969) or commonly called Marilyn Manson is an United States singer. The name is taken from the names Marilyn Monroe and Charles Manson. He was born in Canton, Ohio. His father embraced the Catholic religion and his mother Episcopalian.


Marilyn Manson was originally a music journalist before he entered the music. He moved to Florida when he was 18 and began writing stories and poems. He tried to get the poems and stories published by various magazines, but continued to be rejected. That was when covering "Nine Inch Nails" for a magazine that Brian Warner was given the opportunity to meet Trent Reznor, who sponsored Warner beginner band and eventually produced their first three albums (including the EP Smells Like Children). Scott Mitchell Putesky (aka Daisy Berkowitz) originally played guitar for the band but was fired during the recording of "Antichrist Superstar". He features on only three songs.

Marilyn Manson, whose real name is Brian Hugh Warner, was born on January 5, 1969 in Canton, Ohio to parents Hugh and Barb Warner. During his childhood, one of his neighbors were persecuted several times until the young Brian strike one day and told his mother what had happened. As a child, he often entered into mischievous activities such as adventure through his grandfather Jack Warner's sex toys, air rifle shooting with his cousin Chad, and create sex magazines to sell to his classmates. His parents raised him as an Episcopalian, and he attended the religious private Heritage Christian School. It was there that he became fueled hatred of Christanity. During the tenth grade, he convinced his parents to let him attend a public school.

After he graduated from high school, he and his parents moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida because his father got a better job there. He studied journalism and theater at a local college called Broward, and hosts a collection of new and feeling lonely, he wrote poetry and short stories. After being fired from last job in a record store, he became entertainment journalist for a local magazine. He interviewed several famous musicians including Trent Reznor of the band "Nine Inch Nails". Along with work and writing, he would also frequently go to rock clubs. He soon decided to create his own band. With musical influences from Ozzy Osbourne and KISS, he recruited other musicians with similar interests and start a band called "Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids". He got the name Marilyn Manson as a combination of the names of film stars Marilyn Monroe and the psycho killer Charles Manson. Officially changed the name of the band then just Mariyn Manson, and most of the original band members would leave and be replaced as well. Manson back with Trent Reznor and his band have been touring with "Nine Inch Nails". Reznor would also produce Marilyn Manson's first three albums (Portriat of the American Family, Antichrist Superstar and Mechanical Animals) and EP (Smells like children). "Mechanical Animals" is Marilyn Manson album's most successful to date.

With success, Manson became a controversial celebrity, because the anti-Christian message in his songs, and Satanist 'Anton Szandor LaVey' deemed Manson a Reverend for the Church of Satan. Also with fame, Manson started to mingle with other celebrities, and began a romantic relationship with actress Rose McGowan. They became engaged, but severed ties in 2001. He then fell in love with a dancer Dita Von Teese plays, and soon became engaged. They have, non-denominational fairytale wedding in a castle in Ireland. Meanwhile, Manson came out with two albums (Holy Wood, and the Golden Age of Grotesque), and the best of the album (So We Forget: The Best Of ...). He also dabbled into acting by being in such movies as Jawbreaker (1999), Party Monster (1998) and lie Heart Is Above All Things (2004). He continued to make music and act in the film.

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