Elaine Stritch Net Worth

How much is Elaine Stritch worth?

Net Worth:$10 Million
Date of Birth:February 2, 1925
Date of Death:July 17, 2014 (89 years old)
Height:1.71 m, 5 ft 7 in
Profession:Actor, Singer, Voice Actor
Elaine Stritch Net Worth:
$10 Million

Elaine Stritch was an American actress and singer who had a net worth of $10 million at the time of her death. Elaine died on July 17, 2014 at the age of 89. Elaine Stritch was best known for her prolific work on Broadway and her roles in various films and television series. Over the course of her career, she earned Tony Award nominations for “Bus Stop,” “Sail Away,” “Company,” and “A Delicate Balance,” while her one-woman show “Elaine Stritch at Liberty” won the Tony for Best Special Theatrical Event. Among her other notable credits, Stritch starred on the British television sitcom “Two’s Company” and had an Emmy-winning recurring role on “30 Rock.”

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In 1944, Stritch made her debut on stage in a production of “Bobino” at the New School. The next year, she appeared in “The Private Life of the Master Race” at the City College of New York. Stritch was subsequently in a Philadelphia production of “Woman Bites Dog” and a Connecticut production of “What Every Woman Knows.”

Personal Life

In 1973, Stritch married actor and playwright John Bay; they remained together until Bay’s passing from cancer in 1982. Following her husband’s death, Stritch fell back into the alcoholism that had long plagued her life and career.

Inspirational Quotes by Elaine Stritch

I smoked, I drank, I did all the kicking my heels up type things, but I went to Mass on Sunday.

Elaine Stritch

I don't have to go to a doctor and have my face changed. It terrifies me that women do that.

Elaine Stritch

Making clever speeches takes a lot of work and a lot of time.

Elaine Stritch

When the hospital sends for me, when the ambulance comes and I ease my way out of the world, I'd rather be in Detroit, Michigan, than Lenox Hill.

Elaine Stritch

There's certainly nothing lasting and definite about the theater.

Elaine Stritch