Debbie Reynolds Net Worth

What was Debbie Reynolds’ Net Worth at Death (2016)?

Debbie Reynolds Net Worth:
$85 Million

Debbie Reynolds Net Worth

Debbie Reynolds – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $85 Million
Date of birth: April 1, 1932 – December 28, 2016 (84 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Actor, Dancer, Singer
Nationality: American

Debbie was born April 1, 1932 in El Paso, Texas. In 1948, young Debbie won the Miss Burbank beauty contest and soon after that was offered her first film contract. Some of her memorable movies are Two Weeks with Love, Give a Girl a Break, Tammy and the Bachelor, and Divorce American Style. Reynolds herself got married (and divorced) three times. Carrie Fisher known as original Princess Leia is one of her children. In 2016, Reynolds died of severe stroke.


Reynolds began the 60s with roles in “The Rat Race,” “Pepe,” “The Pleasure of His Company,” and “The Second Time Around.” In 1962, she was one of 14 top-billed stars in the epic “How the West Was Won,” in which she also sang three songs. Following “My Six Loves” and “Mary, Mary,” Reynolds had one of her most acclaimed performances in 1964’s “The Unsinkable Molly Brown”; for her work, she received her first and only Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Next, Reynolds was in “Goodbye Charlie,” “The Singing Nun,” “Divorce American Style,” and “How Sweet it Is!” In the 70s, her film credits included “What’s the Matter with Helen?” and the animated musical “Charlotte’s Web,” in which she voiced the titular role.

Debbie Reynolds Net Worth
When Debbie Reynolds died, the year of 2016, she had a net worth of 85000000 dollars. Remarkable!

Personal Life

In 1955, Reynolds married singer Eddie Fisher, with whom she had children including actress Carrie Fisher and a son named Todd. The pair divorced four years later when it was revealed that Fisher had been having an affair with actress Elizabeth Taylor. Subsequently, Reynolds wed businessman Harry Karl; they divorced in 1973. Finally, she married Richard Hamlett, with whom she was with from 1984 to 1996.


“You don’t get there the easy way. If you feel sorry for yourself, and you let yourself go down, you will drown.”

— Debbie Reynolds

“All of my husbands have robbed me blind.”

— Debbie Reynolds

“Gene Kelly was a little tough, and he used to yell at me on the set.”

— Debbie Reynolds

“I love having my ghosts, and I love having my memories.”

— Debbie Reynolds

“My marriages have been one of the greatest voids in my life.”

— Debbie Reynolds



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