Mae West was a stage and film actress, a sex symbol whose frank sensuality and eroticism became her trademarks. She began her career as a child star in vaudeville and later wrote her plays, including “SEX,” for which she was arrested for ten days on obscenity charges in 1926. Mae made her debut in Hollywood with a small role in Night After Night 1932. She married Frank Wallace, but she denied it earlier, and after two years, Mae admitted in legal interrogatory in 1937. During her divorce trial in 1942, she testified that they had lived together only “several weeks.” Mae suffered a series of strokes, which finally resulted in her death at 87 on November 22, 1980. She also made her biographic film “She Done Him Wrong” in 1933, which was based on her earlier and popular play that she had written herself.