Bea Arthur Net Worth

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Net Worth: $8 Million
Date of Birth: May 13, 1922 – Apr 25, 2009 (86 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 9 in (1.77 m)
Profession: Actor, Comedian, Singer
Nationality: United States of America
Bea Arthur Net Worth:
$8 Million

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Bea Arthur net worth: Bea Arthur was an American actress, comedienne, and singer, who had a net worth of $8 million dollars. Bea Arthur was born in New York, New York, and grew up in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. She served in the US Marine Corp during World War II, and then embarked on an acting career. She began her training at with the Dramatic Workshop of The New School in 1947, and made her professional theater debut with the Cherry Lane Theatre. She went on to appear in multiple off-Broadway and Broadway productions, including “Fiddler on the Roof” and “Mame”, for which she won a Tony Award. Though she has appeared in multiple films, including “Mame”, “Lovers and Strangers”, “History of the World, Part I”, and “For Better or Worse” – Bea Arthur is most widely recognized for her television work. Her star-making guest spot on the popular series, “All in the Family”, led to the development of her groundbreaking series, “Maude”. The show ran for seven seasons. She then went on to star in the hit sitcom, “The Golden Girls”.

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Inspirational Quotes by Bea Arthur

These kids at the Ali Forney Center are literally dumped by their families because of the fact that they are lesbian, gay, or transgender – this organization really is saving lives.

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I really cut my teeth on off-off-off Broadway shows.

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But that’s one of the nice things about doing a stage show, if something doesn’t work out, you have the luxury of working on it over time.

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I can’t say I’m a singer – I’m an actress who can sing.

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I… was not too happy to suddenly take on this public role thrust upon me. They just assumed I was the Joan of Arc of the women’s movement. And I wasn’t at all. It put a lot of unnecessary pressure on me.

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