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By the time of Divine's birth in , the Milsteads were relatively wealthy and socially conservative Baptists.
I was probably your American spoiled brat. At age 12, Divine and his parents moved to Lutherville , a Baltimore suburb, where he attended Towson High School , graduating in They reluctantly paid the many bills that he ran up financing lavish parties where he dressed in drag as his favorite celebrity, actress Elizabeth Taylor.
Milstead developed a large coterie of friends, among them David Lochary , who became an actor and costar in several of Divine's later films.
Waters later remarked that he had borrowed the name from a character in Jean Genet 's novel Our Lady of the Flowers , a controversial book about homosexuals living on the margins of Parisian society, which Waters — himself a homosexual — was reading at the time.
Waters was an aspiring filmmaker, intent on making "the trashiest motion pictures in cinema history". This film was influenced by the pop artist Andy Warhol 's Chelsea Girls , and consisted of three 8-millimeter movies played simultaneously side by side.
Roman Candles was the first film to star Divine, in this instance in drag as a smoking nun. It featured the Dreamlanders modeling shoplifted clothes and performing various unrelated activities.
Vernon Flower Mart in Baltimore, which had become popular with "elderly dames, young faggots and hustlers, and of course a whole bunch of hippies".
Waters followed Roman Candles with a third short film, Eat Your Makeup , in which Divine once more wore drag, this time to portray a fictionalized version of Jackie Kennedy , the widow of recently assassinated U.
President John F. In the film, she turns to kidnapping models and forcing them to eat their own makeup. While agreeing to work there, he refused to be involved in owning and managing the establishment, leaving that to his mother.
Divine appeared in Waters's next short film, The Diane Linkletter Story , which was initially designed to be a test for a new sound camera.
A black comedy that carried on in Waters's tradition of making "bad taste" films to shock conventional American society, The Diane Linkletter Story was based upon the true story of Diane Linkletter , the daughter of media personality Art Linkletter , who had committed suicide earlier that year.
Her death had led to a flurry of media interest and speculation, with various sources erroneously claiming that she had done so under the influence of the psychedelic LSD.
Waters's dramatized version starred Divine in the leading role as the teenager who rebels against her conservative parents after they try to break up her relationship with hippie boyfriend Jim, before consuming a large quantity of LSD and committing suicide.
Although screened at the first Baltimore Film Festival, the film was not publicly released at the time, largely for legal reasons.
Soon after the production of The Diane Linkletter Story , Waters began filming a full-length motion picture, Mondo Trasho , starring Divine as one of the main characters, an unnamed blonde woman who drives around town and runs over a hitchhiker.
In , Divine abandoned work as a hairdresser, opening up a vintage clothing store in Provincetown, Massachusetts using his parents' money.
Opening in as "Divine Trash", the store sold items that Divine had purchased in thrift stores , flea markets and garage sales, although it had to move from its original location after he had failed to obtain a license from the local authorities.
In the hope of raising some extra money, he sold the furniture of his rented, furnished apartment, leading the landlady to put out a warrant for his arrest.
In , Divine played the role of Lady Divine, the operator of an exhibit known as The Cavalcade of Perversion who turns to murdering visitors in Waters's film Multiple Maniacs.
The film contained several controversial scenes, notably one which involved Lady Divine masturbating using a rosary while sitting inside a church.
In another, Lady Divine kills her boyfriend and proceeds to eat his heart; in actuality, Divine bit into a cow's heart which had gone rotten from being left out on the set all day.
At the end of the film, Lady Divine is raped by a giant lobster named Lobstora, an act that drives her into madness; she subsequently goes on a killing spree in Fell's Point before being shot down by the National Guard.
Could start a whole new trend in films. Designed by Waters to be "an exercise in poor taste,"  the film featured Divine as Babs Johnson, a woman who claims to be "the filthiest person alive" and who is forced to prove her right to the title from challengers, Connie Mink Stole and Raymond Marble David Lochary.
I have gone to parties where people just sit around and talk about dog shit because they think it's what I want to talk about. The film premiered in late at the third Annual Baltimore Film Festival, held on the campus of the University of Baltimore , where it sold out tickets for three successive screenings; the film aroused particular interest among underground cinema fans following the success of Multiple Maniacs , which had begun to be screened in New York City, Philadelphia, and San Francisco.
At the Elgin Theater, Barenholtz had been promoting the midnight movie scene, primarily by screening Alejandro Jodorowsky 's acid western film El Topo Barenholtz felt that being of an avant-garde nature, Pink Flamingos would fit in well with this crowd, screening it at midnight on Friday and Saturday nights.
Barenholtz characterized its early fans as primarily being "downtown gay people, more of the hipper set," but after a while he noted that this group broadened, with the film becoming popular with "working-class kids from New Jersey who would become a little rowdy".
While keeping his involvement with Waters's underground filmmaking a secret from his parents, Divine continued relying on them financially, charging them for expensive parties that he held and writing bad checks.
After he charged them for a major repair to his car in , his parents confiscated it from him and told him that they would not continue to support him in such a manner.
In retaliation, he came by their house the following day, collected his two pet dogs and then disappeared, not seeing or speaking with them for the next nine years.
Instead, he sent them over fifty postcards from across the world, informing them that he was fine, but on none did he leave a return address.
Here, Waters encouraged Divine's drag persona to become more outrageous, exposing her overweight stomach and carrying weapons. He later commented that he wanted Divine to become "the Godzilla of drag queens",  a direct confrontation with the majority of Euro-American drag queens who wanted to be Miss America.
In , Divine returned to Baltimore to film Waters's next motion picture, Female Trouble , in which he played the lead role. Divine's character, teenage delinquent Dawn Davenport, embraces the idea that crime is art and is eventually executed in the electric chair for her violent behavior.
Female Trouble proved to be Divine's favorite of his films, because it both allowed him to develop his character and to finally play a male role, something he had always felt important because he feared being typecast as a female impersonator.
Bernard Jay, Divine's manager, said that it was a "gigantic disaster," as Divine did not have as large a part in the revue as audience members expected.
Divine was unable to appear in Waters's next feature, Desperate Living , despite the fact that the role of Mole McHenry had been written for him.
This was because he had returned to working in the theater, this time taking the role of the scheming prison matron Pauline in Tom Eyen 's comedy Women Behind Bars.
Containing a new cast, it proved less successful than it had in New York. The event was filmed by director Richard Gayer, whose subsequent film, entitled Alternative Miss World , premiered at the Odeon in London's Leicester Square as well as featuring at the Cannes Film Festival , both events which were attended by Divine.
Impressed with Divine's performance in Women Behind Bars , playwright Tom Eyen decided to write a new play that would feature him in a starring role.
It played at the Hurrah! Divine remained very proud of the work, seeing it as evidence that his acting skills were coming to wider recognition, and his performances were attended by such celebrities as Eartha Kitt , Elton John , and Liza Minnelli.
While there, he frequented the famous club Studio 54 , having a love of partying and club culture.
Divine eventually decided to abandon his agent, Robert Hussong, and replace him with his English friend Bernard Jay. Jay suggested that with his love of clubs, Divine could obtain work performing in them; as a result, Divine first appeared in at a gay club in Fort Lauderdale , Florida , where his unscripted act included shouting "fuck you" repeatedly at the audience and then getting into a fight with another drag queen, a gimmick that proved popular with the club's clientele.
Subsequently, he saw the commercial potential of including disco songs in with his act and, with Tom Eyen and composer Henry Krieger , created "Born to be Cheap" in Unlike earlier roles, Fishpaw was not a strong female but a meek and victimized woman who falls in love with her dream lover, Todd Tomorrow, played by Tab Hunter.
In real life, tabloid publications claimed a romantic connection between them, an assertion both denied. Even though Scott thought Divine unsuitable for the part, he claimed to be enthusiastic about Divine's work and was very interested in including him in another of his films, but ultimately this never came about.
That same year, Divine decided to get back in contact with his estranged parents. His mother had learned of his cinematic and disco career after reading an article about the films of John Waters in Life magazine, and had gone to see Female Trouble at the cinema, but had not felt emotionally able to get back in contact with her son until She got a friend to hand Divine a note at one of his concerts, leading Divine to telephone her, and the family was subsequently reunited.
In fact, according to his manager Bernard Jay, he was already heavily in debt due to his extravagant spending.
To help publicize these singles, which proved to be successful in many discos across the world, Divine went on television shows like Good Morning America , as well as on a series of tours in which he combined his musical performances with comedic stunts and routines that often played up to his characters' stereotype of being "trashy" and outrageous.
Divine's career as a disco singer continued and his records had sold well, but he and his management felt that they were not receiving their share of the profits.
They went to court against Orlando and his company, O-Records, and successfully nullified their contract. He gained a devout follower, Briton Mitch Whitehead, a man who declared himself Divine's "number 1 fan", tattooing himself with images of his idol and eventually aiding Bernard Jay in setting up for Divine's show onstage.
Set in the Wild West during the nineteenth century, the movie was a sex comedy that starred Divine as Rosie Velez, a promiscuous woman who works as a singer in saloons and competes for the love of Abel Wood Tab Hunter against another woman.
A parody of the western Duel in the Sun , the film was a critical success, with Divine receiving praise from a number of reviewers.
The script was written with Divine in mind. Although not a major character in the film, Divine had been eager to play the part because he wished to perform in more male roles and leave behind the stereotype of simply being a female impersonator.
Reviews of the film were mixed, as were the evaluations of Divine's performance. After finishing his work on Trouble in Mind , Divine again became involved with a John Waters project, the film Hairspray Set in Baltimore during the s, Hairspray revolved around self-proclaimed "pleasantly plump" teenager Tracy Turnblad as she pursues stardom as a dancer on a local television show and rallies against racial segregation.
As he had in Waters's earlier film Female Trouble , Divine took on two roles in the film, one of which was female and the other male. The first of these, Edna Turnblad, was Tracy's loving mother; Divine later noted that with this character he could not be accurately described as a drag queen, proclaiming "What drag queen would allow herself to look like this?
I look like half the women from Baltimore. In one interview, Divine admitted that he had hoped to play both the role of mother and daughter in Hairspray , but that the producers had been "a bit leery" and chose Ricki Lake for the latter role instead.
I hate her. After the screening, a party was held at the Baltimore Museum of Art , where Frances Milstead granted an impromptu interview to the English film critic Jonathan Ross , a friend and fan of Divine's.
Divine's final film role was in the low-budget comedy horror Out of the Dark , filmed and produced in Los Angeles with the same crew as Lust in the Dust.
Appearing in only one scene within the film, he played the character of Detective Langella, a foul-mouthed policeman investigating the murders of a killer clown.
Out of the Dark was released the year after Divine's death. Portraits of Divine were painted by several famous artists, including David Hockney and Andy Warhol , both of whom were known for their works which dealt with popular culture.
He was scheduled to tape a guest appearance the following day as Uncle Otto on the Fox network 's television series Married Shortly before midnight, he died in his sleep, at age 42, of an enlarged heart.
They contacted Thomas Noguchi , the Chief Coroner for the County of Los Angeles , who arranged for removal of the body; Divine's friends were able to prevent the press from taking any photographs of the body as it was being carried out of the hotel.
Divine's body was flown back to Maryland and taken to Ruck's Funeral Home in Towson, where a casket was obtained for him. The funeral took place at Prospect Hill Cemetery, where a crowd of hundreds had assembled to pay their respects.
John Waters gave a speech and was one of the pallbearers who then carried the coffin to its final resting place, next to the grave of Divine's grandmother.
Many flowers were left at the grave, including a wreath sent by actress Whoopi Goldberg , which bore the remark "See what happens when you get good reviews.
An example of Divine's banter with his audience . After developing a name for himself as a female impersonator known for "trashy" behavior in his early John Waters films, Divine capitalized on this image by appearing at his musical performances in his drag persona.
In this role, he was described by his manager Bernard Jay, as displaying "Trash. In bucket-loads". According to Divine's manager Bernard Jay, this was not because Divine himself was gay, but because the gay community "openly and proudly identified with the determination of the female character Divine".
Divine became increasingly known for outlandish stunts onstage, each time trying to outdo what he had done before.
At one performance in London's Hippodrome coinciding with American Independence Day , Divine rose up from the floor on a hydraulic lift, draped in the American flag, and declared: "I'm here representing Freedom, Liberty, Family Values, and the fucking American Way of Life.
Drag is my work clothes. I only put it on when someone pays me to",  a view he echoed to his friends. During his childhood and adolescence, Divine was called "Glenn" by his friends and family; as an adult, he used the stage name "Divine" as his personal name, telling one interviewer that both "Divine" and "Glenn Milstead" were "both just names.
Glenn is the name I was brought up with, Divine is the name I've been using for the past 23 years.
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