Hugh Hefner – Lifestyle,Net worth,cars,houses,partner,Family,Biography and all Information

Hugh Hefner – Lifestyle,Net worth,cars,houses,partner,Family,Biography and all Information

Hugh Marston Hefner was an American publisher and playboy. He was best known as the editor-in-chief of Playboy magazine, which he founded in 1953, and as chief creative officer of Playboy Enterprises, the publishing group that operates the magazine.
Born: 9 April 1926, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Spouse: Crystal Harris (m. 2012–2017), Kimberley Conrad (m. 1989–2010), Millie Williams (m. 1949–1959)
Partners: Barbi Benton (1969–1976),
Children: Cooper, Christie, Marston, David

Early life and education
Hefner was born in Chicago, Illinois on April 9, 1926. He was the first child of Grace Caroline (née Swanson; 1895–1997) and Glenn Lucius Hefner (1896–1976), who both worked as teachers. His parents were from Nebraska. He had a younger brother, Keith (1929–2016)

Personal life
In 1949, Hefner married Northwestern University student Mildred (“Millie”) Williams, who was also born in 1926. They had two children: daughter Christie Hefner (born 1952) and son David (born 1955)
Playboy Mansion
Hefner became known for moving an ever-changing coterie of young women into the Playboy Mansion, including twins Sandy and Mandy Bentley. He dated as many as seven women concurrently. He also dated Brande Roderick, Izabella St. James, Tina Marie Jordan, Holly Madison, Bridget Marquardt, and Kendra Wilkinson. Madison, Wilkinson and Marquardt appeared on The Girls Next Door depicting their lives at the Playboy Mansion
Politics and philanthropy
The Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Award was created by Christie Hefner “to honor individuals who have made significant contributions in the vital effort to protect and enhance First Amendment rights for Americans.”

Top stories

Hugh Hefner, Who Built Playboy Empire and Embodied It,
Hugh Hefner, Playboy founder, – Sep. 27, 2017
After Hugh Hefner’s, What Will Happen to the Playboy Mansion?


Please follow us: