Doris Day Net Worth

What was Doris Day’s Net Worth at Death (2019)?

Doris Day Net Worth:
$200 Million

Doris Day Net Worth

Doris Day – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $200 Million
Date of birth: April 3, 1922 – May 13, 2019 (97 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Actor, Singer, Television Producer
Nationality: American

Doris was born April 3, 1922 in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was married four times. Day was also known as passionate animal rights activist and co-founded Actors and Others for Animals. Some of her best movies are My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time, Calamity Jane, and Love Me or Leave Me. She will always be one the biggest sex symbols of the middle of twentieth century.


Doris’ first job was at a radio program called Carlin’s Carnival, where she was the vocalist. Later on, she collaborated with Barney Rapp, Jimmy James, Les Brown, and others. One of her first famous songs was released around 1944 called Sentimental Journey. She also had other successful songs back then with Les Brown band, including My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time, I Got the Sun in the Mornin and others, which got Doris to be one of the richest singers back then.

How Rich is Doris Day
When Doris Day died, the year of 2019, she had quite the decent net worth.

Personal Life

Doris Day was married four times. Her first marriage was from 1941-1943 to Al Jorden, who died in 1967, then married the saxophonist George Weidler who died in 1989, and they were together from 1946-1949. Her third marriage was from 1951-1968 to Martin Melcher, who was a film producer and died in 1968, and her final marriage was from 1976-1981 to Barry Comden, who also died in 2009.


“Any girl can look glamorous… just stand there and look stupid.”

— Doris Day

“I like Michael Buble.”

— Doris Day

“Gratitude is riches. Complaint is poverty.”

— Doris Day

“If I’d find a dog, I’d try to find the owner, of course, but it was mine! I just can’t live without them; I love them so much. I have cats, too. People call me all the time and say, ‘We know of a couple of cats people don’t care for,’ and I say, ‘Bring them!’ That’s it – two words. I’m always open for that.”

— Doris Day

“I had a wonderful family including my aunts, uncles and cousins but they’ve all gone to heaven.”

— Doris Day



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