Sally Anne Struthers was born on the 28th July 1947, in Portland, Oregon USA, of Norwegian descent. She is an actress, who is probably best recognized from starring in the role of Gloria Bunker-Stivic in the TV series “All In The Family” (1971-1978), and playing Babette Dell in the TV series “Gilmore Girls” (2000-2007). She is also a voice actress, known for the sitcom “Dinosaurs” (1991-1994), and the Disney animated series “TaleSpin” (1990-1991). Her career has been active since 1970.
So, have you ever wondered how rich Sally Struthers is? It is estimated by sources that the size of Sally’s net worth is over $8 million as of mid-2016, which has been accumulated through her career in the entertainment industry.
Sally Struthers Net Worth $8 Million
Sally Struthers is the daughter of Margaret Caroline and Robert Alden Struthers, who worked as a surgeon. She spent her childhood with her sister in Portland, where she matriculated from Grant High School. At the age of 18, she left home and moved to Pasadena, California, where she attended Pasadena Playhouse College of Theatre Arts. Parallel with that, she worked as a dancer, singer, and actress, and appeared in various commercials.
In no time, Sally’s professional acting career began as early as 1970, when she featured in the film “Five Easy Pieces”, with Jack Nicholson and Karen Black in lead roles. The following year she was selected for the role of Gloria Bunker-Stivic in the popular TV series “All In The Family”, which ran until 1978, increasing Sally’s popularity and net worth by a large degree. During the 1970s, Sally also appeared in films and TV series such as “The Getaway” (1972) starring Steve McQueen, “The Great Houdini” (1976) alongside Paul Michael Glaser and Ruth Gordon, and “Hey, I’M Alive” (1974), among others.
During the 1980s, she reprised her role of Gloria in several spin-offs, including “Archie Bunker’s Place” (1979-1982), and “Gloria” (1982-1983), which contributed to her net worth. To speak further of her success in the 1980s, she featured in such productions as “Nine To Five” (1986-1988) as Marsha McMurray Shrimpton, and she also appeared in “Alice In Wonderland” (1985).
The next decade saw her appear in several TV series, such as “Murder, She Wrote” (1990), and “Sister Kate” (1990), and films including “In The Best Interest Of The Children” (1992), and “The Others” (1997), which also added to the overall size of her net worth.
Sally continued successfully into the 2000s, appearing in the film “A Month Of Sundays” (2001), and in the TV series “Gilmore Girls” (2000-2007), and “General Hospital” in 2002. After that, she was cast as Louise Miller in the TV series “Still Standing” (2003-2006), and in 2003 she appeared in the film “Baadasssss!”.
To speak further of her accomplishments, she has recently featured in the films “Monster Heroes” (2010), “Hollywood Musical!” (2015), and she will appear in the film “Waiting in the Wings: Still Waiting”, which is currently filming.
Sally has also been recognized as a voice actress, lending her voice to characters from animated series and films such as “The Pebbles And Bamm-Bamm Show” (1971), “Yo Yogi!” (1991), “TaleSpin” (1991-1992), “Dinosaurs” (1991-1994), and “The New Adventures Of Mother Goose” (1995), from which her net worth benefited as well.
Thanks to her talents, Sally has received several prestigious nominations and won awards, including four Golden Globe nominations in the category of Best Supporting Actress for her work on “All In The Family”. Furthermore, she won two Primetime Emmy awards also for the TV series “All In The Family”.
Regarding her personal life, Sally Struthers was married to psychiatrist William C. Rader (1977-1983), with whom she has a daughter. In free time, she is very active in charity work, as she is the spokesperson for ChildFund as well as for the International Correspondence Schools.
Sideline: primitive artist (watercolors, acrylics).
She played Miss Lynch for three years in the touring company of "Grease".
She played Miss Hannigan in the 20th Anniversary revival of "Annie" from January to June of 1998.
Was long-time TV spokesperson for the Christian Children's Fund, appearing in several extended public service spots for them through the 1980s.
Daughter, Samantha Rader, graduated from Vassar College in June 2001 with a degree in Cognitive Science.
Made her TV debut as a dancer on a Herb Alpert special.
Natural blonde hair
Deep sultry voice
Light blue eyes
Acting is cheap group therapy, being a schizo fifty different ways. And we're paid!
If a man is pictured chopping off a woman's breast, it only gets a R rating, but if, God forbid, a man is pictured kissing a woman's breast, it gets an X rating. Why is violence more acceptable than tenderness?