Jayne is an only child.
Jayne only turned down one award, the Miss Roquefort Cheese award. She didn't think it was right.
Her heritage was English and German.
Jayne was interested in the occult and attended seances, several of which were held at Rudolph Valentino's home.
Jayne recorded the album "Shakespeare, Tchaikovsky and Me" in 1963, with her reading classical poetry.
Jayne has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, at 6328 Hollywood Boulevard.
Her height was 5'5".
Jayne Mansfield was the Playboy "Playmate of the Month" in February 1955.
Jayne Mansfield was a classically trained pianist and violinist.
Jayne Mansfield reportedly had an IQ of 163.
Mansfield spoke five languages.
Jayne Mansfield turned down the role of Ginger Grant in Gilligan's Island.
Jayne's three marriages produced five children: Jayne Marie Mansfield, Miklos Hargitay (Mickey, Jr.), Zoltan Hargitay, Mariska Hargitay, and Tony Cimber.
Jayne Marie Mansfield followed in her mother's footsteps by posing for Playboy in 1976.
Her first husband was Paul Mansfield, they were married from May 10, 1950 until 1958.
Her second husband was Mr. Universe of 1955, Mickey Hargitay.
She moved to Los Angeles and she studied drama at UCLA in 1954.
She attended Southern Methodist University where she studied drama.
She attended Highland Park High School in Dallas.
Jayne: I will never be satisfied. Life is one constant search for betterment for me.
Jayne: Carrying a baby is the most rewarding experience a woman can enjoy.
Jayne: I like the California style of living.
Jayne: Stars were made to suffer, and I am a star.
Jayne: Nothing risqué, nothing gained.
Jayne: Men are those creatures with two legs and eight hands.
Jayne: We eat a lot of lean meat and fresh vegetables. You are what you eat, you know. When I'm 100 I'll still be doing pin-ups.