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Concetta Rosalie Ann Ingoglia is an actress, singer, director and screenwriter born on 8th August 1938 in Brooklyn, New York City, USA, and who as Connie Stevens she is possibly still best remembered for her role of Cricket Blake in the American TV detective series “Hawaiian Eye” (1959-1963). However, she has also had numerous other TV and film roles, as well as a successful career as a singer.
Have you ever wondered how rich Connie Stevens is? According to sources, as of mid-2017 it has been estimated that Connie’s net worth is over $60 million, accumulated by portraying over 50 varying roles in her acting career from the late ’50s, and from her concurrent relatively lucrative singing career.
Connie Stevens Net Worth $60 Million
Connie was born to musician Peter Ingoglia – professional name Teddy Stevens – and singer Eleanor McGinely, later adopting her father’s artistic last name. She grew up with her grandparents, since her parents were divorced, and attended a Catholic boarding school. However, after being witness to a murder, she was moved to live with relatives in Boonville, Missouri when she was twelve. As both of her parents were musicians, she developed an early interest in music and joined a group called “The Fourmost” as a teenager. Later she moved to Los Angeles with her father, and joined “The Three Debs” singing group, which encouraged her to enroll in The Georgia Massey Professional School in the San Fernando Valley, and continue to sing professionally, steadily building her net worth.
Her interest in acting also developed, and she started working occasionally as a stand-in in movies, which led to
Jerry Lewis noticing her and giving her one of the main roles in his 1958 comedy film “Rock–A-Bye Baby”, soon after which she signed a contract with Warner Brothers. Connie also portrayed the role of Cricket Blake in the popular TV series “Hawaiian Eye”, and this was the role that made her truly famous. Other notable roles she played were in the TV series “Maverick”, “77 Sunset Strip” and “Wendy and Me”, but also in movies including “Never Too Late” (1965), “The Grissom Gang” (1971), “Scorchy”(1976), “Grease 2” (1982) and many others. All contributed steadily to her net worth.
When it comes to her singing career, Stevens released her first album “Concetta” in 1958, which brought a couple of minor hits. However, the next year, after appearing in “77 Sunset Strip”, she recorded the hit song “Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb” that reached no.4 on the Billboard Hot 100. Her next big hit came in 1960 with the release of “Sixteen Reasons” which reached no.3 on the same list. During the ‘70s she started singing the theme song for Ace Hardware TV commercials. Connie subsequently released a total of eight studio albums.
Her career was quiet for several years, busy raising her daughters, but with them she released the album “Tradition: A Family Christmas” in 1994, and continued to make occasional nightclub appearances, including in Las Vegas. She made her directing debut in 1997 with the documentary “A Healing” which portrayed Red Cross nurses during the Vietnam War, and which she also wrote.
More recently, in 2009 Connie’s feature directorial debut “Saving Grace B. Jones” was released, plus she appeared in “Just Before I Go” in 2014, and “Search Engines” in 2016.
Connie Stevens has Stars on three Walks of Fame – in Hollywood, Palm Springs and the so-called Italian version in Toronto, Canada.
Aside from entertainment, Stevens has developed and marketed Forever Spring – her own skin care product – and opened the Connie Stevens Garden Sanctuary Day Spa in Los Angeles in the 1990s, which have contributed somewhat to her net worth.
When it comes to her private life, Connie has been married twice, firstly to actor James Stacy which lasted for four years until their divorce in 1967. Her second was to singer Eddie Fisher who she married later that year, but divorced only two years later; this produced two daughters, actresses
Joely Fisher and Tricia Leigh Fisher.
Connie Stevens is also known for her charitable works. She founded the Windfeather project which awards scholarships to Native Americans, and is a supporter of people battling with cancer. In 1991 she received the Lady of Humanities Award and the Humanitarian of the Year Award.
Connie Stevens now resides in Studio City in the San Fernando Valley, California.
Birth date: , August 8 1938 Birth place: , Brooklyn , New York City , New York United States Height: 5 ft 1 in (1.57 m) Profession: , Actress , director , screenwriter singer Education: The Georgia Massey Professional School Nationality: American Spouse: , Eddie Fisher (m. 1967–1969) James Stacy (m. 1963–1967) Children: , Joely Fisher Tricia Leigh Fisher Parents: , Eleanor McGinely Peter Ingoglia (Teddy Stevens) Siblings: , John Megna Charles Stevens Awards: , Satellite Awards - Humanitarian Award (2010) , Lady of Humanities Award and the Humanitarian of the Year Award (1991) , Golden Apple Awards , Laurel Awards (2nd place (2nd place) , 1962) , Photoplay Awards - Most Popular Female Star (1962 (1962) , 1964) , Film Award (1998 (1998) Santa Clarita International Film Festival) Record labels: Warner Brothers Music groups: , “The Fourmost” “The Three Debs” Nominations: , Palm Springs Walk of Stars in Palm Springs , California , Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame , Hollywood , California (1998) , Italian Walk of Fame in Toronto Ontario Movies: , “Never Too Late” (1965) , “The Grissom Gang” (1971) , “Scorchy” (1976) , “Grease 2” (1982) , “Maverick” “77 Sunset Strip” TV shows: , “Fantasy Island” (1977-1984) , “Wendy and Me” (1964-1965) , “Hawaiian Eye” (1959-1963) , “The Ann Sothern Show” (1958-1961) “Living in TV Land” (2004-) Albums: , The Very Best of Connie Stevens (2012) , From Me to You (1962) , The Hank Williams Song Book (1962) , Sixteen Reasons (2008) , The Hank Williams Song Book (1962) Conchetta (1958)
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# Fact 1 Had a stroke in January, 2016. 2 First cousin of Bernadette Peters. 3 Friends with Shani Wallis. Wallis designs Christmas ornaments for Stevens. 4 Gave birth to her first child at age 29, daughter Joely Fisher born on October 29, 1967. Child's father is her second husband, Eddie Fisher. 5 Gave birth to her second child at age 30, daughter Tricia Leigh Fisher born on December 26, 1968. Child's father is her second husband, Eddie Fisher. 6 A guest star on a very popular 1960s show Password All-Stars (1961). 7 Her brother, Charles Stevens, was a drummer who died of a heart attack in 1996. 8 She comes from an Italian family--she spoke nothing but Italian until she was five years old--but has some Mohican Indian blood from her mother's side. 9 Was the "guest" on the first "Muppet Show" ever taped (which was NOT the first to air). 10 Mother of actress Joely Fisher. 11 Mother-in-law of Christopher Duddy. 12 She actively campaigned for the role of Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady (1964). 13 Former stepmother of Carrie Fisher and Todd Fisher. 14 Has a grandson Holdon from her daughter Tricia Leigh Fisher. 15 Was named as "Queen of Brooklyn" at the Welcome Back to Brooklyn Festival in 1987 16 As a child in New York, she was President of the Gary Gray Fan Club. Years later, she and Gray worked together in The Party Crashers (1958). They most recently appeared together at the 2001 Lone Pine (CA) Film Festival. 17 Older half-sister of John Megna. 18 She started her singing career with a group called "The Foremost" (which later became The Lettermen) and then "The Three Debs". 19 Mother of actress Tricia Leigh Fisher, who appeared with her in Bring Me the Head of Dobie Gillis (1988). 20 Going to direct her first feature film (she claimed in August 2000) 21 Successful cosmetics businesswoman. She started her company, Forever Spring, in 1986. 22 A Republican who appeared at the 2000 Republican National Convention in Philadelphia. 23 Lost the Brooklyn accent ages ago.
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Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie Award shared with 2010 Humanitarian Award Satellite Awards 1998 Film Award Santa Clarita International Film Festival Best Documentary Feature Film A Healing (1997) 1998 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Television On 16 March 1998. At 6249 Hollywood Blvd. 1964 Most Popular Female Star Photoplay Awards 1962 Golden Apple Golden Apple Awards Most Cooperative Actress 1962 Most Popular Female Star Photoplay Awards Nominated Awards Nominated awards Nominated awards
Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie Award shared with 1963 Golden Apple Golden Apple Awards Most Cooperative Actress 2 nd Place Awards 2nd place awards 2nd place awards
Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie Award shared with 1962 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Top Female New Personality
Filmography Actress Actress
Title Year Status Character By the Rivers of Babylon 2017 completed Meredith Search Engines 2016 Geena Just Before I Go 2014 Nancy Double Duty 2009 Irma Saving Grace B. Jones 2009 Voiceover (voice) The Wedding Album 2006 TV Movie Fat Actress 2005 TV Series Jillian - Kirstie's Mother 8 Simple Rules 2004 TV Series Tina Wild Card 2004 TV Series Queen Bea Titus 2002 TV Series Juanita Titus Returning Mickey Stern 2002 Dr. Eloise Vanderwild Three Sisters 2001 TV Series Honey Bernstein-Flynn James Dean: Live Fast, Die Young 1997 Jane Deacy Clueless 1997 TV Series Ms. Dewitt Baywatch 1996 TV Series Shelley Sands Love Is All There Is 1996 Miss Deluca Ellen 1994 TV Series Paige's Mom Burke's Law 1994 TV Series Julianna Reed Murder, She Wrote 1985-1990 TV Series Marge Haley / Cynthia Armstrong It's Garry Shandling's Show. 1990 TV Series Connie Stevens Starting from Scratch 1988-1989 TV Series Helen DeAngelo Bring Me the Head of Dobie Gillis 1988 TV Movie Thalia Menninger Tapeheads 1988 June Tager Back to the Beach 1987 Connie The Love Boat 1978-1987 TV Series Marcia Rand / Margret Grant / Heidi Lester / ... Rowdies 1986 TV Movie Rhonda Harlan Tales from the Darkside 1986 TV Series Caroline Bright Hotel 1983 TV Series Barbara Hardwick Fantasy Island 1978-1982 TV Series Christine Connelly / Helen Ross / Evelyne Kastenbaum Grease 2 1982 Miss Mason Harry's Battles 1981 TV Movie Mary Carol Fitzsimmons Side Show 1981 TV Movie Graciela Aloha Paradise 1981 TV Series Murder Can Hurt You! 1980 TV Movie Sgt. Salty Sanderson Scruples 1980 TV Mini-Series Maggie McGregor Love's Savage Fury 1979 TV Movie Dolby Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 1978 Our Guests at Heartland Scorchy 1976 Jackie Parker The Sex Symbol 1974 TV Movie Kelly Williams / Emmaline Kelly Every Man Needs One 1972 TV Movie Beth Walden Playmates 1972 TV Movie Patti Holvey Call Her Mom 1972 TV Movie Angie Bianco Kraft Music Hall Presents: The Des O'Connor Show 1971 TV Series Regular The Grissom Gang 1971 Anna Borg Mister Jerico 1970 TV Movie Susan Gray / Claudine / Georgina The Littlest Angel 1969 TV Movie The Flying Mistress Love, American Style 1969 TV Series Louise Patrick (segment "Love and the Legal Agreement") Spotlight 1967 TV Series ABC Stage 67 1966 TV Series Flame Way... Way Out 1966 Eileen Forbes Never Too Late 1965 Kate Clinton Wendy and Me 1964-1965 TV Series Wendy Conway Two on a Guillotine 1965 Cassie Duquesne / Melinda Duquesne The Red Skelton Hour 1964 TV Series Daisy June Temple Houston 1964 TV Series Charity Simpson Palm Springs Weekend 1963 Gayle Lewis / Jane Hoover Susan Slade 1961 Susan Slade Parrish 1961 Lucy 77 Sunset Strip 1958-1960 TV Series Cricket / Cleo Mason / Pat Forsyth Cheyenne 1959 TV Series Clovis Sugarfoot 1957-1959 TV Series Jenny Markham / Patience Preston Maverick 1959 TV Series Frankie French The Ann Sothern Show 1958 TV Series The Party Crashers 1958 Barbara Nickerson Rock-a-Bye Baby 1958 Sandra Naples Dragstrip Riot 1958 Marge The Bob Cummings Show 1958 TV Series Melinda Applegate Eighteen and Anxious 1957 Young and Dangerous 1957 Candy Soundtrack Soundtrack
Title Year Status Character Sunset Strip 2012 Documentary performer: "Kookie Kookie Lend Me Your Comb" written by nm0852477 Mulholland Dr. 2001 performer: "Sixteen Reasons" Married with Children 1992 TV Series performer - 1 episode Murder, She Wrote 1990 TV Series performer - 1 episode Back to the Beach 1987 performer: "California Sun" Best of Bandstand 1986 Video documentary performer: "Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb" Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 1978 performer: "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" Finale The Muppet Show 1977 TV Series performer - 1 episode The 46th Annual Academy Awards 1974 TV Special performer: "Live and Let Die" The 45th Annual Academy Awards 1973 TV Special performer: "The Morning After" Call Her Mom 1972 TV Movie performer: "Come On-A My House" Kraft Music Hall Presents: The Des O'Connor Show 1971 TV Series performer - 1 episode The Kraft Music Hall 1967 TV Series performer - 1 episode Hollywood a Go Go 1965 TV Series performer - 1 episode The Hollywood Palace 1965 TV Series performer - 1 episode Two on a Guillotine 1965 performer: "What Is This Thing Called Love?" Hawaiian Eye 1959-1962 TV Series performer - 25 episodes Susan Slade 1961 lyrics: "Lullaby" - uncredited / performer: "Lullaby" - uncredited The 31st Annual Academy Awards 1959 TV Special performer: "Almost in Your Arms Love Song from Houseboat" Rock-a-Bye Baby 1958 performer: "Why Can't He Care for Me?" Dragstrip Riot 1958 performer: "Something New", "Jamaca Rock" - uncredited Director Director
Title Year Status Character Prairie Bones announced Saving Grace B. Jones 2009 A Healing 1997 Documentary Producer Producer
Title Year Status Character Prairie Bones producer announced Saving Grace B. Jones 2009 producer A Healing 1997 Documentary producer Writer Writer
Title Year Status Character Saving Grace B. Jones 2009 written by A Healing 1997 Documentary Cinematographer Cinematographer
Title Year Status Character A Healing 1997 Documentary Editor Editor
Title Year Status Character A Healing 1997 Documentary Self Self
Title Year Status Character Hollywood Women 1993 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself Vicki! 1992-1993 TV Series Herself - Guest The 1993 Annual American Friends Hebrew University Scopus Awards Honors: A Salute to Aaron Spelling 1993 TV Special Herself The Annual Daily Variety Honors. A Salutes to Army Archerd 1993 TV Movie Herself One on One with John Tesh 1992 TV Series Herself The 21th Annual Friends of Tel Hashomer Gala 1992 TV Movie Herself - Presenter The 49th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1992 TV Special Herself - Audience Member Children's Miracle Network Telethon 1990 TV Special Bob Hope: Don't Shoot, It's Only Me 1990 TV Special Herself The 61st Annual Academy Awards 1989 TV Special Herself - Audience Member The New Hollywood Squares 1987-1989 TV Series Herself - Panelist Bob Hope's USO Christmas from the Persian Gulf: Around the World in Eight Days 1988 TV Special Herself Best of Bandstand 1986 Video documentary Herself All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan 1985 TV Special Herself The Merv Griffin Show 1977-1984 TV Series Herself - Guest Pete's Place 1983 TV Series Herself (1983) Breakaway 1983 TV Series Herself George Burns Celebrates 80 Years in Show Business 1983 TV Movie Herself Family Feud 1983 TV Series Herself Horas doradas 1980 TV Series Herself - Musical Guest Dinah! 1975-1979 TV Series Herself - Guest The Mike Douglas Show 1967-1979 TV Series Herself - Co-Host / Herself - Guest / Herself - Actress Match Game 73 1978-1979 TV Series Herself - Panelist Bonkers! 1979 TV Series Herself Sha Na Na 1979 TV Series Herself Everyday 1978 TV Series Herself America 2-Night 1978 TV Series Herself The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: George Burns 1978 TV Special Herself The Hollywood Squares 1968-1978 TV Series Herself - Panelist The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Jack Klugman 1978 TV Special Herself The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1964-1977 TV Series Herself - Guest / Herself - Musical Guest Good Old Days 1977 TV Special Herself Celebrity Challenge of the Sexes 1977 TV Special Herself The Muppet Show 1977 TV Series Herself - Special Guest Star Donny and Marie 1977 TV Series Herself Don Adams' Screen Test 1975 TV Series Herself The 46th Annual Academy Awards 1974 TV Special Herself - Performer NBC Follies 1973 TV Series Herself The Bobby Darin Show 1973 TV Series Herself - Guest The 45th Annual Academy Awards 1973 TV Special Herself - Performer: The Morning After New American Bandstand 1965 1972 TV Series Herself The Bob Hope Special 1972/I TV Special Herself Tom Jones... At Fantasy Fair 1971 TV Special Herself Kraft Music Hall Presents: The Des O'Connor Show 1970-1971 TV Series Herself The David Frost Show 1970-1971 TV Series Herself - Guest The Ed Sullivan Show 1962-1971 TV Series Herself - Singer The Tim Conway Comedy Hour 1970 TV Series Herself Flip 1970 TV Series Herself The Kraft Music Hall 1967-1970 TV Series Herself The Bob Hope Show 1970 TV Series Herself - Guest America 1970 TV Special Herself The Engelbert Humperdinck Show 1970 TV Series Herself The Best on Record 1970 TV Special Herself The Irv Kupcinet Show 1970 TV Series Herself - Guest The Bob Hope Christmas Special 1970 TV Special Herself The Hollywood Palace 1965-1969 TV Series Herself - Singer / Herself This Is Tom Jones 1969 TV Series documentary Herself - Guest Romeo und Julia 70 1969 TV Mini-Series Herself The Joey Bishop Show 1968-1969 TV Series Herself - Guest Laugh-In 1968-1969 TV Series Herself - Guest Performer / Herself Funny You Should Ask 1968 TV Series Herself Comedy Is King 1968 TV Special Herself The Jerry Lewis Show 1967 TV Series Herself Girl Talk 1967 TV Series Herself Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall 1963-1967 TV Series Herself - Guest The Match Game 1967 TV Series Herself - Team Captain The 38th Annual Academy Awards 1966 TV Special Herself - Accepting Costume Design Award for Julie Harris I Feel a Song Coming On 1965 TV Movie Herself The Red Skelton Hour 1965 TV Series Herself - Guest Vocalist Hollywood a Go Go 1965 TV Series Herself - Singer Danny Thomas Special: 40th Anniversary of the Coconut Grove 1964 TV Special Herself The Steve Allen Playhouse 1964 TV Series Herself Stump the Stars 1963-1964 TV Series Herself - Regular Panelist / Herself - Guest Panelist I've Got a Secret 1964 TV Series Herself - Celebrity Guest Celebrity Party 1963 TV Special Herself Fractured Flickers 1963 TV Series Herself The 20th Annual Golden Globes Awards 1963 TV Special Herself - Presenter The Jack Paar Tonight Show 1962 TV Series Herself - Guest The Tonight Show 1962 TV Series Herself - Actress / Vocalist Großstadtmelodie 1961 TV Special Herself - Singer Here's Hollywood 1961 TV Series Herself The 13th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1961 TV Special Herself - Presenter This Is Your Life 1960 TV Series Herself The Dick Clark Show 1959-1960 TV Series Herself - Guest The Juke Box Jury 1959 TV Series Herself The 31st Annual Academy Awards 1959 TV Special Herself - Performer The Fabulous Allan Carr 2017 Documentary post-production Herself Home & Family 2016 TV Series Herself Tab Hunter Confidential 2015 Documentary Herself The Insider 2014 TV Series Herself The Outrageous Sophie Tucker 2014 Documentary Herself The Haunting Of 2012 TV Series Herself Q N' A with Mikki and Shay 2012 TV Series Herself Thalians 55th Anniversary Gala 2012 Video Herself The John Kerwin Show 2011 TV Series Herself - Guest Lt. Dan Band: For the Common Good 2011 Documentary Herself Let It Begin! A Filmmaker's Journey 2010 Documentary short Celebrity Ghost Stories 2010 TV Series documentary Herself Actors Entertainment 2010 TV Series Herself The Florence Henderson Show 2009 TV Series Herself My Music: Love Songs of the '50s and '60s 2008 TV Movie Herself - Hostess Entertainment Tonight 2007-2008 TV Series Herself In the Cutz 2006 TV Series Guest Living in TV Land 2004 TV Series documentary Herself Jerry Lewis at Work 2004 Video documentary short Herself War Stories with Oliver North 2003 TV Series documentary Herself Ask Rita 2003 TV Series Herself SoapTalk 2003 TV Series Herself Hollywood Squares 2001-2003 TV Series Herself - Panelist E! True Hollywood Story 2003 TV Series documentary Herself Autograph 2003 TV Series Herself Bob Hope at 100 2003 TV Movie documentary Herself Elvis Forever 2002 TV Movie documentary Herself Intimate Portrait 2002 TV Series documentary Herself Biography 2001 TV Series documentary Herself Becoming Dick 2000 TV Movie Herself 68th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade 1999 TV Special Herself Beggars and Choosers 1999 TV Series Herself The 24th Annual People's Choice Awards 1998 TV Special Herself E! Mysteries & Scandals 1998 TV Series documentary Herself Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 1994 TV Special Herself Golden Globes 50th Anniversary Celebration 1994 TV Movie Herself King B: A Life in the Movies 1993 Herself Archive Footage Archive Footage