Playboy Founder, Sexual Revolutionist Hugh Hefner Dies At 91

American publisher, Hugh Hefner, who is the founder of Playboy magazine most popular for bringing sex and female nudity into the publishing industry had recently died. Hefner, who was 91-year-old was living in the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles, where he died naturally on September 27. He is also known to have borrowed $8,000 in 1953 to create Playboy.

Cooper Hefner, who is the chief creative officer of Playboy Enterprises and also the son of Hefner revealed, “My father lived an exceptional and impactful life as a media and cultural pioneer and a leading voice behind some of the most significant social and cultural movements of our time in advocating free speech, civil rights and sexual freedom”.

Moreover, Hefner had co-produced an innumerable number of Playboy-branded videos and a few feature films like Roman Polanski’s ‘Macbeth’ and Monty Python’s first film, ‘And Now for Something Completely Different’, which was released in 1971. He had also done cameos for some movies earlier. Hefner married Millie Williams in 1949, whom he divorced in 1959. Later he got married to two more women namely Crystal Harris and Kimberly Conrad, with Kimberly he has two sons Marston and Cooper. 

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Playboy Founder, Sexual Revolutionist Hugh Hefner Dies At 91

Source: gazettereview.com