Sally Kellerman was an American actress and singer who had a net worth of $2.5 million at the time of her death.
Sally Kellerman Wealth Stats: Salary, Net Worth, and More
Sally Kellerman's net worth, salary and other interesting facts:
|Net Worth||$2.5 Million|
|Date of Birth||June 2, 1937 - February 24, 2022 (age 84 years)||Gender||Female|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Profession||Activist, Actor, Author, Film Producer, Singer, Voice Actor|
Kellerman made her film debut in 1957 with a small part in “Reform School Girl.” She next appeared in the horror film “Hands of a Stranger,” released in 1962. This was followed by the suspense thriller “The Third Day” and the biographical crime film “The Boston Strangler.” Kellerman had her breakthrough role in 1970, when she played Major Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan in Robert Altman’s acclaimed black comedy war film “M*A*S*H.” For her performance, she earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Kellerman subsequently reunited with Altman to star in his next film, “Brewster McCloud.” After that, she starred as a chain-smoking sex addict in Gene Saks’ adaptation of Neil Simon’s play “Last of the Red Hot Lovers.” Throughout the rest of the 70s, Kellerman appeared in such films as “A Reflection of Fear,” “Slither,” “Lost Horizon,” “The Big Bus,” “Welcome to L.A.,” and “A Little Romance.” She also lent her voice to the animated film “The Mouse and His Child.”
One of Kellerman’s first serious relationships was with actor William Duffy. The relationship resulted in an unwanted pregnancy in 1961, causing Kellerman to undergo a botched home abortion. Later, in 1970, Kellerman married television producer Rick Edelstein. The pair ultimately divorced in 1972 on account of irreconcilable differences. Kellerman subsequently dated musician Mark Farner, and also adopted her sister’s estranged daughter Claire. In 1980, she wed her second husband, talent manager Jonathan D. Krane. The couple adopted newborn twins named Jack and Hannah in 1989. Kellerman and Krane separated twice during the course of their marriage, but remained wed until Krane’s passing in 2016.
Inspirational Quotes by Sally Kellerman
I was also the romantic lead in The Boston Strangler - I was the only one that lived to tell the story - so I called myself the romantic lead.Sally Kellerman
I wasn't a businesswoman, so I didn't know how to build a career.Sally Kellerman
I was always telling everybody that I could be funny.Sally Kellerman
I'm very close with Bob and his lovely, fabulous wife Catherine, too.Sally Kellerman
I remember working with Rod, though, on Chrysler Hour. I was too young and dumb to know that I was supposed to be scared of anybody or anything - like getting fired or anything like that.Sally Kellerman