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Actress a Day: Jayne Mansfield

7 August 2012 4:02 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

For the month of August I'm drawing an Actress a Day to finally get over my fear of drawing on the computer -- That's what's holding up "Actressland", a webcomic series that's been evolving in my head for ages. Today inspired by Illustration Friday's word of the week "bounce" I went with Jayne Mansfield on a whim ...and with a jiggle

Confession: I've never seen a Jayne Mansfield movie. Have you? "The Working Man's Marilyn Monroe*" made a lot of them but she remained more famous for her breasts than her acting. (Like Shelby, Pink was her signature color.)

*This designation kind of stuck to her 50s pinup legacy but how was Marilyn Monroe not the working man's Marilyn Monroe herself? She belonged to everyone. »

- NATHANIEL R

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Did Bruce Springsteen Consider Suicide in the 1980s?

27 July 2012 2:48 PM, PDT | National Ledger | See recent National Ledger news »

Did Us rock legend Bruce Springsteen consider suicide in the 1980s? The working man icon reportedly struggled in the early part of the decade and felt ''suicidal'' and ''depressed'' in the 1980s, according to his biographer. Dave Marsh, who is also a good friend of the musician, claims the 'Born to Run' hitmaker was feeling down around the time that he was finishing his sixth studio album 'Nebraska' in 1982, but his depression ''wasn't shocking''. He said: ''He was feeling suicidal. The depression wasn't shocking, per se. ''He was on a rocket ride, from nothing to something, and now you're getting your ass kissed day and night. You might start to have some inner conflicts about your real self-worth.'' The 62-year-old rocker hinted he had such feelings and would try to ''self-obliterate'' by performing lengthy concerts, which went on for as long as four hours. Bruce explained: ''My issues weren't as obvious as drugs. »

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