Lisa Marie Presley: Elvis Presley's daughter has died at the age of 54

Lisa Marie Presley failed to survive.
Lisa Marie Presley, the only child of Elvis Presley and Priscilla Presley, who also pursued a career in music, has died at the age of 54.

Lisa Marie Presley was taken to the hospital on Thursday after suffering a cardiac arrest at her home in Calabasas, California, just two days after attending the 2023 Golden Globes on Tuesday (January 10) with her mother Priscilla Presley.

Her ex-husband, Danny Keough, lived with her and gave her CPR before paramedics arrived and managed to restore her pulse.

As the only child of one of the most famous people in the world, Lisa Marie Presley lived through her parents' divorce at age 5, the death of her father at age 9, and a period of drug use before embracing Scientology.

She told Playboy that her mother's partner had behaved inappropriately towards her, and she was a constant reference point in the tabloids for her marriage to Michael Jackson and a much shorter marriage to Nicolas Cage.

Lisa Marie Presley was born exactly nine months after Elvis Presley married Priscilla Beaulieu, who met the king of rock 'n roll at the age of 14 and later appeared in several films and television series after the famous couple's divorce.

She inherited Elvis Presley's mansion, Graceland, after the death of her father, grandfather and great-grandmother, and then inherited Elvis' entire estate when she turned 25. However, he sold 85% of the property, which was worth an estimated $100 million when he inherited it, to Industrial Media in 2005, but retained control of Graceland.

Lisa Marie Presley released her first album as a singer-songwriter, titled 'To Whom It May Concern', in 2003. This album spawned the hit 'Lights Out' and went gold, selling over 500,000 albums.

On her second album, 'Now What', she co-wrote 10 songs and included a cover of the Ramones' 'Here Today and Gone Tomorrow'. Both albums, released on Capitol Records, debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200.

Roots rocker T Bone Burnett produced her third album, the remarkable Storm & Grace, released in 2012 on Republic Records in association with Simon Fuller's XIX Recordings.

To promote the album, Lisa Marie Presley performed the lead single, "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet," at the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis, where her father Elvis Presley is known to have recorded.

Lisa Marie Presley's collaborations included a duet with Pat Benatar on "Heartbreaker" on the VH1 Divas Duets event and a "duet" with her father on "In the Ghetto," which Elvis Presley originally released in 1969.

He also appeared in Michael Jackson's music video for "You Are Not Alone" in 1995.

Lisa Marie Presley had four children, including actress Riley Keough, who has starred in films such as 'Zola', 'The Devil All the Time' and 'Mad Max: Fury Road'.

Her son Benjamin Keough committed suicide in 2020 at the age of 27. In addition to Riley Keough, Presley had twin girls, Finley and Harper, with ex-husband Michael Lockwood.

Before Lockwood, Lisa Marie Presley was married for less than four months to Nicolas Cage, for two years to Michael Jackson, and before that to musician Danny Keough, who also served as her artistic director for a time.