Angela Lansbury Net Worth: How Much Was Earned by the Late Actress?


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Angela Lansbury net worth is estimated around $75 million as of October 2020. Lansbury had earn over $15 million as a salary per year. She has achieved this massive net worth because of her successful career in film industry. She had starred in movies like The Grinch and Nanny McPhee.

Who is Angela Lansbury?

Angela is an English- Irish American actress, singer as well as song writer and she was popularly known as Mayer McGerkle in the 2018 film The Grinch and as Dowager Empress Marie in the 1997 film Anastasia and television shows such as The Pirates of Penzance, The Last Unicorn, Playhouse 90, The Shell Seekers and The Backwater Lightship.

Angela Lansbury Net Worth

What is the Biography and Education of Angela Lansbury?

Lansbury was born on 16th October 1925 in Regent’s Park, London, England and her mother was also actress named Moyna Macgill and her father’s name was Edgar Lansbury who was a wealthy English timber merchant as well as a politician.

When she was four years old, she and her mother moved to Mill Hill, North London. Then her father died due to stomach cancer when Angela was nine years old.

Angela has attended South Hampstead High Scholl from 1934 to 1939 then following year she enrolled herself at the Webber Douglas School of Singing and Dramatic art in Kensington, West London. Lansbury has also attended the Feagin School of Drama and Radio and Ritman School of Dancing.

What is the Career History of Angela Lansbury?

Angela Lansbury has cast in plenty of movies which are as follows:

Gaslight in 1944, The Picture of Dorian Gray in 1945, The Harvey Girls in 1946, The Private Affairs of Bel Ami in 1947, State of the Union in 1948, The Red Danube in 1949, Kind Lady in 1951, Mutiny in 1952, Remains to be seen in 1953,

A Life at Stake in 1954, A Lawless Street in 1955, The court Jester in 1956, The

Long, Hot Summer in 1958, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll in 1959, The Dark at the Top of the Stairs in 1960, Blue Hawaii in 1961.

Angela Lansbury Net Worth

Most Amazing Years in her Career –

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in 1962, In the Cool of the Day in 1963, The World of Henry Orient in 1964, The Greatest Story Ever Told in 1965, Mister Buddwing in 1966, Something for Everyone in 1970, Bedknobs and Broomsticks in 1971, Death on the Nile in 1978, The Lady Vanishes in 1979, The Mirror Cracked in 1980, The Last Unicorn in 1982, The Pirates of Penzance in 1983, Beauty and the Beast in 1991, Mrs. Santa Claus in 1996, Anastasia in 1997, Fantasia 2000 in 1999, Broadway: The Golden Age in 2003, Nanny McPhee in 2005, Heidi 4 Paws in 2008, Mr. Popper’s Penguins in 2011, Driving Miss Daisy in 2014, The Grinch in 2018 and many more.

She has also appeared in television series and shows such as The Revlon Mirror Theatre in 1953, Your Show of Shows in 1954, Fireside Theatre in 1955, The Star and the Story in 1956, Undercurrent in 1957, The Eleventh Hour in 1963, The Trials of O’Brien in 1965, The First Christmas: The Story of the First Christmas Show in 1975,

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street in 1982, The Gift of Love: A Christmas Story in 1983, The First Olympics: Athens 1896, Shootdown in 1988, The Shell Seekers in 1989, The Love she sought in 1990,

Mrs. Arris Goes to Paris in 1992, Murder, she wrote: South by Southwest in 1997, The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax in 1999, Murder, she wrote: A Story to Die for in 2000, Touched by an Angel in 2002, The Blackwater Lightship in 2004, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in 2005, Great Performances in 2015, Little Women in 2017 and many more.

Which Awards and Nominations Does Angela Lansbury Received During Her Career?

She has been nominated for 3 Academy awards and she has won 5 Tony Awards. Angela has won 6 Golden Globe awards and nominated for 15. She has been also nominated for 18 primetime Emmy Award. And nominated for 1 Grammy award and during her career she has won plenty of awards.

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What is the Cause of Death of Angela Lansbury?

Lansbury’s family revealed in a statement that she has died at 1.30 pm on 11th October 2022 while she was asleep in her Los Angeles, California Home. She had celebrated her 97th birthday before five days when she died.

According to her statement of daughter – five days shy 97th birthday, Angela Lansbury passed away quietly in her sleep at home in Los Angeles at 1:30 pm on Tuesday, October 11, 2022.

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Angela has received plenty of honours as well as distinction throughout her career  which includes an Honorary Oscar, five Tony awards, sing Golden Globe awards and an Oliver award.

She was a living example of the long tradition of movie making with a career which dated back to the Golden age of Hollywood. Angela was the oldest living nominee for an Academy Award when she passed away.

In total she has worked for over 8 decades which is really huge.

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Some Favourite Quotes From Angela Lansbury –

“Bringing humor and bringing happiness and joy to an audience is a wonderful opportunity in life, believe me.” – Angela Lansbury

“Through years and years of playing to various audiences, what I’ve learned is – and I think quite a few actors will agree with me – we’re not always the best judge of that audience’s reactions or not. And we discover, to our amazement, at the end of the show, they bring the house down with applause, and we thought, ‘No way tonight,’ you know.”- Angela Lansbury

“I had the ability, but I didn’t have the name. They could have built me, which is what they did with Deborah Kerr, but I don’t think I was quite hot enough in the looks department, quite frankly. I was all talent and no looks.” – Angela Lansbury

“Blithe Spirit’ is played almost all over Britain somewhere at all times because it is such a unique and ridiculously funny show. But it’s also, in fact, under those layers of humor, a very serious show. It’s quite misogynistic.” – Angela Lansbury