She spent a part of her life in New York; she attended the New York University and the Columbia University.
She worked for a short time for Marilyn, in New York City, after May Reis had left her job.
She was maybe recommended by
She was maybe recommended byMontgomery Clift, for who she had previously worked.
Fred Lawrence Guiles wrote that she prefered resigning rather than following Marilyn to Los Angeles in 1961.
Afterr having moved in Los Angeles, Marilyn put the name of Marjorie Stengel on the doorbell of her apartment of Doheny Drive to confuse the fans and the press.