Ester Williams died in California in Thursday who was a competitive swimmer which stardom on the silver screen in 1940 and 1950 she died in age of 91. Ester Williams lived and grow up in California she was swimming champion then in her late teens she became breaststroke. After World War II the Olympic Games canceled and she became actress but she hoped to complete in the Olympic Games.
Ester Williams starred opposite Olympic and she shared in San Francisco Aquacade Review and Broadway musical in swimsuits. In 1942 MGM signed her then Ester made her debut for her film Andy Hard Hardy's Double Life. In 1950 she appeared in more than 20 films like Bathing Beauty, Million Dollar Mermaid and Neptune's Daughter most her roles featured as a swimmer.
Her roles in movies gave her a major role in her promotion of swimming, which makes her attractive to the audience.
Ester William was born on 8 August 1921 and died in 6 June 2013. From 1945 to 1949 she shared at least one film which was between 20 highest grossing films. She acted in Million Dollar Mermaid which is her biographical as Australian swimming in 1952. She took a job counting towels and when she was there she had swimming lessons. Ester learned only the male swimming strokes like butterfly which she broke the records in it.
After appearing in films for 15 years she threated with contract from MGM because of her refusing to play in the film The Opposite Sex in 1956.
Ester Williams married four times; she talks about her first husband in her autobiography The Million Dollar Mermaid that he is handsome, dull and smart. She said that he loved her so much then he married her. Then she married the singer and actor Ben Gange.