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Where is Barbara Mandrell today? Net Worth, Age, Sister, Wiki

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• Two-time Grammy Award-winning American country music artist and actress
• Best known for her hit singles "Years", "Sleeping Single in a Double Bed" and "I Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool"
• Starred in the TV show "Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters"
• Parents were accomplished musicians, and she has two musician sisters
• Nine People's Choice Awards, the Academy of Country Music Triple Crown Award, four Academy of Country Music Awards, and four Academy of Country Association Awards
• Primetime Emmy-nominated TV movie "Skinflint: A Country Christmas Carol" and two-time Golden Globe-nominated TV show "Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters"
• Net worth estimated at $45 million

Who is Barbara Mandrell?

Barbara Mandrell is a two-time Grammy Award-winning American country music artist, as well as an actress who is perhaps best known for her hit singles “Years”, “Sleeping Single in a Double Bed” and “I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool” among plenty of others. Additionally, she is widely recognized for starring in the TV show “Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters”.

Early Life and Education

Barbara Ann Mandrell was born under the zodiac sign of Capricorn on the 25th December 1948, in Houston, Texas, as the eldest daughter of Mary Ellen (née McGill) and Irby Matthew Mandrell.

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In addition to being a homemaker and a police officer respectively, both her parents were also accomplished musicians, so it is no wonder that Barbara decided to follow their footsteps and make a name for herself in the music industry. She has two younger sisters, Thelma Louise Mandrell, born in 1954, and Ellen Irlene Mandrell, born in 1956, who are both musicians as well.

She attended Oceanside High School in California.

Childhood and Early Career

By the age of six, Barbara had already learnt to play accordion, while during the following years she also became skilled in steel guitar playing as well as a pedal and lap steel guitars, banjo and saxophone.

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She was discovered by the RCA Records’ producer Chet Atkins at the music trade convention in Chicago when she was 12. This discovery led her to regularly perform with Joe Maphis within the Las Vegas’ nightclub circle in the following years, and soon after she began touring with some big names, such as Johnny Cash, Red Folex, Tex Ritter, and Patsy Cline who described her as ‘a 13-year-old blonde doll who plays the steel guitar out of this world’.

Alongside her two sisters and Ken Dudney as a drummer, with their parents as their managers, Barbara founded the Mandrell Family Band and began touring the States. In 1969 she moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where she signed a record deal with Columbia Records and launched her solo career.

Music Career

In 1970 Mandrell released the hit single entitled “Playin’ Around With Love”, which was followed by several commercially successful duets featuring David Houston. She caught wider audience attention in 1973 as the first cheating woman singing about it in a song called “The Midnight Oil”. In 1975 she signed a record deal with the ABC Records and began collaborating with the Grammy-nominated music producer Tom Collins. She then released hit singles such as “Standing Room Only”, “Married But Not to Each Other” as well as her 1978 US Billboard’s No. 1 “Sleeping Single in a Double Bed”.

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In 1979 her single “Years” also peaked at No. 1 on the US Billboard chart, while in 1980 she released a commercially successful studio album entitled “Love is Fair”.

In 1983, Barbara was honored with the prestigious Grammy Award for her song “He Set My Life to Music”. After a collaboration album with Lee Greenwood entitled “Meant for Each Other” in 1984, Mandrell released a hit single featuring Bobby Jones called “I’m So Glad We’re Standing Here Today”, for which she earned her second Grammy Award. However, in September 1984, at the peak of her career, she in a severe car crash, and suffered a broken thigh, knee and ankle as well as a temporary memory loss. After a year-and-a-half-long therapy and rehabilitation process, she was back on track.

Through the rest of the 1980s and the 1990s, in spite of the overall decrease of interest in country-pop, Barbara continued to sing, perform and record new albums of which some of the most successful ones are certainly “Sure Feels Good” (1987) and “I’ll Be Your Jukebox Tonight” (1988). Some of her best ranked singles from the same period include “No One Mends a Broken Heart Like You” and “I Wish That I Could Fall in Love Today”.

Mandrell‘s more recent releases include the 2001 album “Ultimate Collection”, and the 2016 studio album entitled “This Time I Almost Made It: The Lost Columbia Masters”.

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In her prosperous and abundant music career, Barbara has been honored with numerous prestigious awards, including nine People’s Choice Awards, the Academy of Country Music Triple Crown Award as well as four Academy of Country Music Awards, and four Academy of Country Association Awards. In 1980 she was the third woman ever to receive the Country Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year Award, and in 1982 she repeated the same success, becoming the first artist ever to win this award twice. All these accolades have made Barbara Mandrell one of the most rewarded country musicians, topped in 2009 when she was inducted into the Country Music Hall Of Fame.

Acting Career

In addition to her music career, Barbara has quite a notable on-screen career.

Her debut occurred in 1979 when she made a cameo appearance in an episode of “The Rockford Files” TV series, while her real acting debut came soon after when she starred in the Primetime Emmy-nominated TV movie “Skinflint: A Country Christmas Carol”. To greater prominence she came in the early 1980s when she starred in the two-time Golden Globe-nominated TV show “Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters“.

In the late 1990s, she appeared in “Baywatch” TV series after which she was cast for the recurring role of Alex Mitchum in the TV romance drama series “Sunset Beach”. Mandrell’s latest on-screen appearances occurred in 2000 in the TV movie “Stolen from the Heart”, and in an episode of the TV series “Walker, Texas Ranger”.

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Personal Life

Right upon completing her secondary education, in May 1967 Barbara married Ken Dudney, who at the time was the drummer of her Mandrell Family Band. Over the years, the couple welcomed three children – a daughter Jaime born in 1976, and sons Matthew and Nathaniel, born in 1970 and 1985 respectively.

Net Worth

According to authoritative sources, it is estimated that, as of mid-2020, the total of Barbara Mandrell’s net worth figures around an incredible sum of $45 million. It has been primarily acquired through her over-four-decade-long career in the music industry, abundant with top rated singles and accolades, as well as through her endeavors within the movie-making industry.

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  1. JOHN MILLER

    January 22, 2021 at 1:41 am

    We miss Barbara and her sisters on TV. That was a good .NO>>>GREAT family show. To bad we all get older LOL

  2. John Bushey

    June 2, 2021 at 10:58 am

    I think Barbara Mandrell is the greatest entertainer in the world . I have all of her albums plus her variety show on DVDs . She is a very down to earth person. I texted her and asked her how I could get an autographed photo of her, and she texted back ” send me your physical address. I did and she sent me the most beautiful photo I have ever seen. She ‘s the best and I miss seeing her perform but I do hope she is enjoying her retirement she deserves the rest and to be able to live a normal life with Ken and her children or maybe even grandchildren if she has any. Take care Barbara , we love you.

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The Untold Truth Of ‘Black Pink’ Member – Roseanne Park

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Who is Roseanne Park?

Roseanne Park is a musician, singer, and dancer, who is best known to the world under her stage name of Rose, and as a member of the South Korean group, Blackpink, formed by YG Entertainment in 2016. She has been with the YG Entertainment since 2012, and before Blackpink was in a duo with musician G-Dragon.

The Untold Truth of Roseanne Park

She was born on the 11th February 1997, in Auckland, New Zealand, the younger daughter of South Korean immigrants – her Korean name is Park Chae-young.

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Rose and the whole family moved to Australian in the mid- 2000s and settled in Melbourne, where she went to Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College from which she matriculated in 2015. Rose was interested in music and started singing from an early age, performing in church choirs, and would also pick up the guitar.

Start of her Career

It was in her teenage years that Rose started pursuing a music career more actively, and signed up for an audition with the South Korean record label YG Entertainment on her father’s insistence, when an audition was held in Australia.

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Nevertheless, Roseanne was the first of 700 participants, and in two months became a member of YG Entertainment, and settled in Seoul. After the first period of training, Rose was recognized as a great talent, and was given an opportunity to showcase her talent teaming-up with another K-pop star, G-Dragon, to record the song “Without You”. At first, she wasn’t credited for her work, and only got her name on the song once she was announced as a member of Blackpink.

Creation of Blackpink

YG Entertainment created Blackpink in August 2016, at which point Rose had been with the company for four years, before she was joined by Jisoo, Lisa, and Jeannie to form the girl group.

They made their debut on the 8th August 2016 with the single album “Square One”, which spawned such hits as “Whistle”, and “Boombayah” – “Whistle” topped the South Korean chart, while “Boombayah” made No. 1 on the Billboard World Digital Songs chart. Accordingly, Blackpink and Rose herself became stars in South Korea.

Rise to Stardom

Together with the rest of the members, Rose continued to make new music, and “Square Two” another ‘maxi single’ came out on the 1st November 2016.

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Songs such as “Playing with Fire”, topped the Billboard World Digital Songs chart, pushing them higher into the music scene. Thanks to their early success, Blackpink won several awards at Korean music award shows, including Asia Artist, Golden Disc, Seoul Music, and of course Gaon Chart Music Awards. They continued to improve and with their ever-growing popularity in South Korea, the group also  started making a name for themselves in Japan – their debut for the Japanese market happened in August 2017, with the release of the “Blackpink” EP.

The EP topped the Japanese chart, and since then, they have become global stars, first with the EP “Square Up”, which spawned the single “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” that hit the charts in the UK, reaching No. 17 on the Official Trending Chart, and in doing so, Blackpink became the first female K-pop group to chart in the UK.

Debut Studio Album and Recent Endeavors

Blackpink released the EP “Square Up” in June 2018, then finally got their debut album “Blackpink in Your Area” released on the 8th December 2018 for the Japanese market – it reached No. 9 on the Japanese Album chart.

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In the same year, Blackpink collaborated with pop-star Dua Lipa on the song “Kiss and Make Up”. Most recently, Blackpink released their second EP – “Kill This Love” – which topped the US World chart and reached No. 3 on the Korean chart, achieving platinum status. Rose herself has worked on the cover of Nat King Cole’s “The Christmas Song”, and announced it as a gift for her loyal fans – you can hear her rendition of this popular song here.

Roseanne Park Net Worth, Height, Weight, Body Measurements, and Appearance

Rose is a world star thanks to her success with Blackpink since 2016, and her wealth has been increasing so that according to authoritative sources, Roseanne Park’s net worth is estimated at over $8 million, as of early 2020.

Rose stands at 5ft 6ins (1.68m) tall, while she weighs approximately 101lbs ~ 46kgs; her vital statistics are unknown, but she has a slim body. She has naturally dark brown hair, however, she has often dyed it in various colors, from pink to red, auburn, and others; she has dark brown eyes.

Roseanne Park Personal Life, Dating, Boyfriend

Because of her contract with YG Entertainment, Rose and the other members of Blackpink have a few restrictions and rules that they must obey, including no smoking, no drinking, and …. no dating. As a result, Rose hasn’t dated anyone so far, at least publicly, and is solely focused on her career.

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Living in several countries and performing from an early age has its perks, as Roseanne is now fluent in Korean and Japanese as well as English.

Influence, News, and Popularity

Like most of K-pop idols, Rose has built a fan base online and is now one of the most popular South Korean artists. She has influenced a number of other young stars – she considers Tori Kelly as her own idol and inspiration. According to some reports, Rose has struggled to maintain a good relationship with other band members, which has also expanded to management and some fans.

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The Untold Truth Of ‘Why Don’t We’ Member – Jonah Marais

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Who is Jonah Marais?

Jonah Marais is an American musician and pop singer, who is best known to the world as a member of the boy band Why Don’t We, often stylized WDW. With other members, Zach Herron, Daniel Seavey, Jack Avery and Corbyn Besson he has become popular thanks to songs such as “What Am I”, “These Girls”, and others.

Untold Truth of Jonah Marais

Jonah Marais Roth Frantzich was born on the 16th June 1998, in Stillwater, Minnesota; he is the son of Tim Frantzich, a musician and a teacher, and his wife, Carrie, who is a midwife. Jonah is one of their four children, with siblings Zebulon, Esther Grace, and Svea.

From an early age, Jonah began expressing interest in poetry and music, but before launching his music career he would attend poetry festivals with his family during summer, a practice he has continued following his musical breakthrough. He has left school since he started pursuing music, though his mother hopes that he will enroll into college in the future.

Career Beginning

Jonah was involved in music way before he joined Why Don’t We; he started online with the YouNow platform, and soon caught the attention of Chad Grier, the father of internet sensations Nash and Hayes Grier.

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With them, he went on a DigiTour through the US, visiting such cities as Los Angeles, Memphis, Dallas and others. His popularity increased, and he was able to land some record deals. His first single came out in 2015, entitled “I Meant It”, and the same year he released a second song, “Night Changes”, and the following year his third single – “Next Ex-Girlfriend – followed by his debut EP “When the Daylight’s Gone”, which received positive reviews by both fans and critics.

Creation of the Why Don’t We and Debut Release

Jonah, like other musicians who started uploading videos on social media platforms, got in touch with Zach Herron, Daniel Seavey, Jack Avery, and Corbyn Besson, and they began collaborating together in 2015, which eventually gave birth to the new boy band Why Don’t We, finally announced in September 2016. The debut single came out in October 2016, entitled “Taking You”. The band continued to work on new music and their debut EP came out on the 25th November 2016, entitled “Only the Beginning”, peaking at No. 5 on the Top Heatseekers chart.

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Rise to Stardom

The next year, Jonah and the rest went on their first tour – “Taking You” – before in April 2017 releasing their second EP “Something Different”, which was followed by another headlining tour, “Something Different Tour”. Just two months later, Why Don’t We released their third EP “Why Don’t We Just”, which at the time became their highest rated release as it reached No. 2 on the Top Heatseekers chart.

Thanks to the success of their music, they were noticed by several record labels, and in September 2017 signed their first contract with a major label Atlantic Records.

The following month their next EP live, entitled “Invitation”, came out, their first release to reach the Billboard 200 chart, at No. 113, while it again peaked at No. 2 on the Top Heatseekers chart. Their next EP – “A Why Don’t We Christmas” – actually reached No. 1 on the Top Heatseekers chart.

“8 Letters” and Newest Endeavors

Before they started working on their debut studio album, the five went on a tour in support of the EP “Invitation”, and they also collaborated with YouTube sensation, Logan Paul.

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Logan helped the band film several music videos, including for the song which they did as a collaboration -“Help Me Help You”. Their debut album “8 Letters” was released on the 31st August 2018 to negative reviews, but it still reached No. 8 on the US Billboard 200 chart, while in Australia it climbed to No. 10. The titular song achieved gold status in the US and Canada, and the album spawned hits such as “Trust Fund Baby”, “Hooked”, and “Talk”. Since then, they’ve also released their sixth EP – “Spotify Singles” – and are working on another album which will be released late in 2020.

Meantime, Why Don’t We have continued to release a song each month, and for now there are 10, including “Mad at You”, “What Am I”, “Chills”, “I Don’t Belong in This Club”, and “Big Plans”.

Awards and Honors

The band has been nominated for numerous awards, and they took some awards with them. Back in 2018, they won the International New Artist award given by BreakTudo Awards, while in 2019 they were the winners of the Teen Choice Award in the category for Choice Music Group. Also, they have a few MTV Music Award nominations, such as the Best Group for 2019, among other recognitions.

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Jonah Marais Net Worth, Height, Weight, and Appearance

Jonah is the oldest member of the group, and his part-time solo career has also benefited his wealth. According to authoritative sources, Marais’ net worth is as high as $4 million, as of early 2020.

Jonah stands at 6ft 1in (1.86m) tall, while he weighs approximately 154lbs ~ 70kgs, and his vital statistics are 40-31-13. He has blue eyes and dark brown hair, and is known for his palm tree tattoo on his arm.

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Jonah Marais Personal Life, Dating, Girlfriend, Is He Single

Jonah is noted for several high profile relationships since entering the entertainment industry. His first girlfriend was the singer Dani Cimorelli – the two dated from August to October of 2014, and according to some reports, the song “Before October’s Gone” was inspired by their romance. His next lover was Alyssa Shouse, a singer and songwriter and their relationship lasted from 2014 until late 2015. In 2018 he started a romance with model Tatum Dahl, and they are still together.

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The Life and Laughter of Dudley Moore: A Comic Genius with a Tragic Flaw

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Who was Dudley Moore?

The late British actor, comedian and musician Dudley Stuart John Moore, was born in Charing Cross Hospital, London, England, on 19 April 1935, meaning that Aries was his zodiac sign. He appeared in 49 movies and TV series prior to his death in 2002, and is perhaps still remembered best for playing the lead character Arthur Bach in the 1981 romantic comedy movie “Arthur”, written and directed by Steve Gordon, and which also starred Liza Minnelli and John Gielgud. It follows alcoholic Arthur Bach who has to marry a woman whom he doesn’t love if he wants to inherit the $750 billion fortune, however, he’s now fallen for a poor waitress; the movie won 11 of its 17 award nominations, including two Oscar wins for Best Music, Original Song and Best Actor in a Supporting Role (John Gielgud).

Education and early life

Dudley was raised alongside his older sister Barbara in Dagenham, Essex by their father John Moore who was a railway electrician, and mother Ada Francis (nee Hughes) who was a secretary.

Dudley was bullied at elementary school because of his short stature and club feet; he underwent corrective treatment, and his right foot was ‘fixed’ by the time he turned six, however, his left foot remained twisted, and his left leg withered below the knee for the rest of his life. He was only six when he joined a school choir, and was 11 when awarded a scholarship by the Guildhall School of Music; Dudley played a number of instruments during his time at the school, including the violin, organ and harpsichord – he was only 14 when he began playing the organ at church weddings.

Dudley studied at Dagenham County High School, from which he matriculated in 1953; he continued his education at Magdalen College, Oxford on an organ scholarship, and it was during his time there that he became interested in acting, as well as in jazz music.

Dudley graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1957, and then ventured into acting and comedy; one of his first notable performances was starring in the comedy act “Beyond the Fringe”, which was performed in the UK and the USA from 1960 through 1964, and was even attended by the late US President Kennedy on 10 February 1963.

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Roles in movies

Dudley’s debut film role was playing Piano Accompanist in the 1961 thriller “The Third Alibi”, while some of his following roles were in the 1964 short animated comedy “The Hat” (lead voice role), the 1965 short animated drama “Flatland” (voice role) and the 1966 crime comedy “The Wrong Box”.

He gained recognition in 1967, when cast to star as Stanley Moon in the romantic fantasy comedy “Bedazzled”, directed by Stanley Donen, and which also starred Peter Cook and Eleanor Bron. It follows a man who’s sold his soul to the devil for seven wishes, but still can’t win the love of his crush.

The first half of the ‘70s saw Dudley appear in several movies, including the 1971 comedy “Behind the Fridge”, the 1972 family fantasy “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and the 1974 mystery comedy “’Rameau’s Nephew’ by Diderot (Thanx to Dennis Young) by Wilma Schoen”. The year 1979 saw him play the lead character George Webber in the hit romantic comedy “10”, written and directed by Blake Edwards, and which also starred Bo Derek and Julie Andrews. It follows a Hollywood composer who’s fallen for a recently married woman, and the film was nominated for 12 awards, including an Oscar for Best Music, Original Score.

Some of Dudley’s most notable performances in the ‘80s were perhaps in the 1984 romantic musical comedy “Unfaithfully Yours”, the 1985 adventure family fantasy “Santa Claus: The Movie”, and the 1988 romantic comedy “Arthur 2: On the Rocks”.

In 1992, he starred as Melvyn Orton in the comedy “Blame It on the Bellboy”, written and directed by Mark Herman, and which also starred Bronson Pinchot and Bryan Brown; the film follows a bellboy whose bad English has led a group of strangers staying at his hotel to clash.

Dudley’s final three film roles were in the  comedy “The Disappearance of Kevin Johnson”, and the romantic comedy “A Weekend in the Country” both I 1996, and the 1998 animated family adventure “The Mighty Kong” (voice role).

Roles in TV series

Dudley’s debut TV series appearance was in the 1964 episode “A Trip to the Moon” of the drama “Chronicle”, and the remainder of the ‘60s saw him appear in an episode of the drama “Love Story”, the drama “Five More” and the family drama “Film Review”. From 1965 through 1970, he portrayed various characters in the comedy “Not Only… But Also”, starring alongside Peter Cook and Chris Karan; the series follows Pete and Dud as they’re discussing various matters, and it won two awards.

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Dudley had only a single TV series role in the ‘70s, playing Sheik Achmed in the 1975 episode “Those Wedding Bell Blues” of the adventure comedy “When Things Were Rotten”, and didn’t appear in any series in the ‘80s.

His following role came in 1992, when cast to play Special Guest in an episode of the musical comedy “Noel’s House Party”, while the following year saw him star as Dudley Bristol in the comedy “Dudley”, which follows the life of a divorced cabaret pianist; the series was nominated for two Primetime Emmys for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Graphic Design and Outstanding Individual Achievement in Lightning Direction.

His final three TV series roles were in three episodes of the 1994 comedy “Daddy’s Girls”, all the 39 episodes of the 1996 animated adventure comedy “Oscar’s Orchestra” (lead voice role) and 13 episodes of the historical documentary “Really Wild Animals” from 1993 through 1998.

Other credits

Dudley had 14 writing credits, which included the 1971 comedy movie “Behind the Fridge”, the 1978 crime horror comedy film “The Hound of the Baskervilles”, and the 1979 comedy film “Derek and Clive Get the Horn”.

He received special thanks for the 1984 family movie “Tale of a Tiger” and the 1990 episode “Los Angeles” of the documentary series “Clive James’ Postcard from…”

Some of Dudley’s final talk-show appearances were in “Very Important Pennis”, “The Rosie O’Donnell Show” and “E! True Hollywood Story”.

Awards and nominations

Dudley won six of his 17 award nominations. Some of his wins included a 1975 Grammy for Best Spoken Word Recording for “Good Evening”, a 1982 Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, for his performance in “Arthur”, and a 1985 Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, for “Micki + Maude”.

Dudley received his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on 23 September 1987.

He was also nominated for a 1982 Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role, for “Arthur”.

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Love life and relationships

Dudley was married four times. His first wife was British retired actress Suzy Kendal (born Freda Harriet Harrison); the two married on 15 June 1968 and divorced on 15 September 1972.

Dudley’s second wife was American actress Tuesday Weld; they exchanged vows on 20 September 1975, and Tuesday gave birth to their son Patrick on 26 February 1976. Their divorce was finalized on 18 July 1980.

He and his third wife Brogan Lane married on 21 February 1988 and divorced in 1991.

Dudley’s fourth wife was Nicole Rothschild; they married on 16 April 1994, and she gave birth to their son Nicholas on 28 June 1995; Dudley and Nicole divorced in 1998.

He also dated American actress Susan Ellen Anton in the first half of the ‘80s, and it’s interesting to note that she was 21cm taller than him; Dudley’s height was 5ft 2ins (1.59m) and Susan’s 5ft 11ins (1.8m).

Dudley was single at the time of his passing.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Dudley was arrested in 1994 after his wife-to-be Nicole accused him of assaulting her.

American musician and author Rena Fruchter was holding Dudley’s hand at the time of his passing, and later revealed that his final words were ‘I can hear the music all around me’; she wrote a memoir about their friendship “Dudley Moore”, published in 2004.

He was appointed a Commander of the Order of The British Empire in November 2001, and attended the ceremony in a wheelchair.

Dudley and American actor and producer Gerard Anthony ‘Tony’ Bill were owners of a restaurant in Venice, California which opened in 1983 and closed in November 2000.

Dudley’s favorite actor was Gene Kelly, who passed away six years before him; some of Dudley’s favorite movies were “On the Town”, “Inherit the Wind” and “An American in Paris”.

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Death and wealth

Dudley spent five days in hospital in April 1997, and was then informed by doctors that he had irreversible frontal lobe damage and calcium deposits in his brain’s basal ganglia; he suffered four strokes and underwent quadruple coronary artery bypass surgery.

He revealed on 30 September 1999 that he was suffering from progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), which is a terminal degenerative brain disorder; he died from pneumonia caused by PSP on 27 March 2002, aged 66.

Dudley’s net worth at the time of his death was estimated at over $25 million.

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