Esther Rolle Net Worth
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Esther Rolle net worth: Esther Rolle was an American actress who had a net worth of $3 million. Esther Rolle was born in Pompano Beach, Florida in November 1920 and passed away in November 1998. She starred as Florida Evans in the television series Maude from 1972 to 1974 and also starred as Florida Evans in the TV series Good Times from 1974 to 1979. Rolle starred in the films Cleopatra Jones, Don’t Play Us Cheap, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, P.K. and the Kid, The Mighty Quinn, Driving Miss Daisy, Cape Fear, House of Cards, How to Make an American Quilt, My Fellow Americans, Rosewood, Down in the Delta, and Train Ride. In 1979 she won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or a Special for Summer of My German Soldier. She was also nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Good Times. Esther Rolle passed away on November 1988 at 78 years old from diabetes.
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Inspirational Quotes by Esther Rolle
Hollywood maids' are so idiotic. They grin at everything. I told Norman Lear I didn't want to play a maid because of that 'hee-hee/grin-grin' attitude, and he said, 'Who said I wanted that?' He told me he wanted two strong women that are the black and white of the same coin. I said, 'Oh, well - in that case, I'll be right there!'Esther Rolle
I'm not so in love with material things that I'll do anything for money. That allows me the luxury of doing things of value.Esther Rolle
I don't take roles I can't respect. If I can't find a reason to be respectful of the character, I won't do it because I couldn't do it justice.Esther Rolle
I'm glad to take on the role of a domestic because many of your black leaders, your educators, your professionals came from domestic parents who made sacrifices to see that their children didn't go through what they did.Esther Rolle
I had a wonderful father, and I couldn't bear that television virtually ignored black fathers.Esther Rolle