Marla Gibbs Net Worth

How much is Marla Gibbs worth?

Net Worth: $4 Million
Date of Birth: Jun 14, 1931 (89 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Actor, Singer, Comedian
Nationality: United States of America
Marla Gibbs Net Worth:
$4 Million

Marla Gibbs net worth and salary: Marla Gibbs is an American actress who has a net worth of $4 million. Marla Gibbs is probably most well-known for her portrayal of the sarcastic maid Florence Johnston on the popular 70’s/80’s TV sitcom, The Jeffersons. Gibbs started acting late in life: she was reservations agent for United Airlines before joining Performing Arts Society of Los Angeles. Soon after, she was in well received productions at the Zodiac Theatre. In the early seventies, Gibbs was casted in her most memorable role on The Jeffersons. When the much-loved sitcom ended in 1985, Gibbs was a favourite in black TV sitcoms including Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Martin and The Hughleys. Amongst the height of her fame as an actress, Gibbs owned a jazz club called Marla’s Memory Lane Jazz and Supper Club from 1980-1999. She also recorded a jazz CD ‘It’s Never Too Late’ and co-wrote and sang the theme song for the 1980’s TV hit, 277. Gibbs also starred in the comedy sitcom as the sharp-tongued, inner-city housewife Mary Jenkins.

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Inspirational Quotes by Marla Gibbs

There's always something we can complain about. We're all one. Things could always be better, but things could always be worse.

Marla Gibbs

I grew up weird - very sensitive and highly inhibited. I felt like I was born in the wrong time zone to the wrong people at the wrong place.

Marla Gibbs

The reason most of the children are having problems in any inner-city neighborhood is because they don't see enough positive role models in their own environment.

Marla Gibbs

Nothing is out of our realm, because it has nothing to do with color. As black people, we're not different from anyone else, other than the exterior.

Marla Gibbs

The Lord put me on television to do these things I want to do in the community. And He knew I had a lot to learn. That's why I've been on TV 16 years - not because I'm the greatest actress, but because I need the money.

Marla Gibbs