Hugh Hefner, Playboy magazine founder will be buried in a cemetery plot in Los Angeles, US, next to his first magazine cover girl, the iconic Marilyn Monroe. Hefner launched Playboy is 1953 with a nude shot of Monroe. According to a statement released by Playboy Enterprises, Hefner died on Tuesday at the age of 91. Hefner reserved the plot at Westwood Memorial Park, next to the movie star icon, decades after her death in 1962.
Hefner was an editor, journalist, illustrator, producer, and entrepreneur. He was known for his signature silk smoking jacket and velvet slippers- also became a social justice advocate and a target of the conservative movement while being an outspoken defender of civil rights. He was a great man with great moral and social values.