Fannie Flagg Net Worth

How much is Fannie Flagg worth?

Net Worth:$1.5 Million
Date of Birth:September 21, 1944 (79 years old)
Height:1.7 m, 5 ft 6 in
Profession:Actor, Screenwriter, Writer
Fannie Flagg Net Worth:
$1.5 Million

Fannie Flagg net worth: Fannie Flagg is an American actress, comedian, and author who has a net worth of $1.5 million. She is best known for authoring Fried Green Tomatoes and starring on Match Game.

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During the 1960s, Flagg started composing plays for the New York dance club Upstairs at the Downstairs. At the point when one of the entertainers became ill, Flagg went on in her place and grabbed the eye of candid camera maker Allen Funt, who happened to be in the crowd that night. Before long, Flagg was welcome to be a staff writer on his show and later turned into a performer as well.

Personal Life

Flagg has always been outspoken about being dyslexic. Flagg had a passion for writing from an early age, but she could not pursue her dreams earlier due to her condition. She learned of her condition after a teacher noticed her misspelled answers on the Match Game and sent her a note notifying her of her condition.

Inspirational Quotes by Fannie Flagg

I have a lot of friends that are ex-Miss Alabamas and ex-Miss Georgias.

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I think that people that are not sensitive, who seem to bang through life, do survive, but I don't think they get the really soaring feelings that people who are more artistically bent can get.

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Being an only child and losing both my parents at an early age, I have found that the friends I have made over the years are the people who help me get through life, good times and bad.

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Strangely enough, the first character in Fried Green Tomatoes was the cafe, and the town. I think a place can be as much a character in a novel as the people.

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Yes, I suffer terribly from depression. I have to work at being happy, it's not my natural instinct. My natural instinct is, if something wonderful happens, to throw water in my own face.

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