Walk of Fame Find Out Which Beauty Icon Was Big the Year You Were Born Published 2 years ago on Apr 19, 2017 By Melina Papadopoulos With unmatchable charisma and impeccable grace, these women consistently dazzled audiences over the decades. Appearance-wise, they offered the full package: slender figures, full lips, delicate gaits, glittering smiles, and flirty long eyelashes. Some dominated the runway. Others starred in critically acclaimed films and earned many prestigious awards. Others stunned with powerful singing voices or effortless dance moves. Like most stars, they shined during their glory years before bowing out into a dimmer spotlight. What beauty icon shone bright the year you were born? Read on to find out. 1. Gene Tierney: 1941, 1949 In placid black and white photos, she fixes brooding eyes in any direction–to the ground, to her side. Her features are delicate, her hair full-bodied. Indeed, Gene Tierney’s striking beauty earned her the spotlight in the 1940’s. Lipstick Alley Born in Brooklyn, New York, Gene Tierney received a rich early education. As a student, she discovered an affinity for poetry and even saw one of her poems printed in a school publication. She also starred as Jo in a school production of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women. As a professional actress, she secured many leading roles in critically acclaimed films. Perhaps her most notable performance was in the 1945 film Leave Her to Heaven. She received an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of Ellen Berent Hartand. 2. Rita Hayworth: 1942 With her lithe body and winning smile, Rita Hayworth arrested the world with her beauty and stage presence. Her roles in the 1946 film noir Gilda and 1944 musical Cover Girl secured her a place among cinema’s most celebrated actresses. Alchetron Rita Hayworth was born into a family of performers, dancers specifically. In fact, her parents dreamed of her stardom. Her mother longed to see her on the big screen; her father wished for her to follow in their footsteps as a dancer. Ultimately, Ms. Hayworth fulfilled both destinies. In every photograph, she flashes a white smile. Her thick locks of hair tumble about her, and her eyes exude a certain youthfulness known only to her. 3. Veronica Lake: 1943 It was never easy to overlook Veronica Lake. With her lustrous hair and flirty pout, she performed memorably in the 1941 film noir Sullivan’s Travels. Fine Art America Veronica Lake also popularized the peek-a-boo hairstyle—that swooping bang that conceals one eye just so, endowing her with a certain air of breathtaking mystery. Sadly, alcoholism plagued her. Her acting career, as a result, was spotty. However, after a lengthy hiatus, she returned to the scene in the 1966 film Footsteps in the Snow. Overall, her distinct look has remained un-weathered by time. 4. Merle Oberon: 1944 Merle Oberon lived up to her austere literary-sounding name. Her most notable performance, after all, was perhaps as Cathy Earnshaw in the 1939 film Wuthering Heights. Perhaps most impressively, Merle Oberon flourished in her role as Cathy Earnshaw after suffering severe injuries in a car accident. The WOW Report Merle Oberon is of Indian descent, although she spent much of her career attempting to hide this fact. Even when she came to Britain at the age of 17, she hid behind more English-sounding identities but confessed her true heritage near the end of her life. Nonetheless, she possessed an undeniable beauty that was simply her own. 5. Lauren Bacall: 1945 Her elegance turned heads. Her voice compelled even the most restless listeners to pause. The Daily Beast Lauren Bacall managed a captivating chemistry with Humphrey Bogart in the 1944 film To Have and Have Not. She returned with him to the big screen in the 1946 film noir hit The Big Sleep, which firmly established her reputation as an actress to cherish. 6. Lucille Ball: 1946 Most know her best as the charismatic Lucy from the beloved show I Love Lucy. However, sitcom star Lucille Ball first stepped into the limelight as a model. Evergreen Her career began its fruitful bloom in 1929. After working as a model for some time, she transitioned into Broadway, championing such lofty stage names as Diane Belmont, Diane sometimes spelt with two dramatic n’s. Beyond all this, she managed a robust television studio (Desilu productions) and became the first woman to achieve such a feat. 7. Billie Holiday: 1947 By birth, she was Eleanora Fagan. Some of her closer acquaintances referred to her affectionately as Lady Day. On stage and on the radio, her fans knew her as Billie Holiday. The Source Her voice always reached for a jazzy lilt. Often, she’d sport an ostentatious flower in hair. Her smile was genuine and full of life. At her live shows, her soul beamed from her. In fact, in the 1950’s, Billie Holiday’s shows frequently sold out, including two at the prestigious Carnegie Hall. She received four Grammys, although all of them were awarded after her death. Today, she is consistently hailed as one of the most prominent voices American music has to offer. 8. Ava Gardner: 1948 Perhaps Ava Gardner never dreamed of becoming the distinguished example of American beauty and poise she’d become. In 1941, her sister’s husband Larry Tarr insisted on photographing her. Her portrait sat proudly in his New York studio and caught the eye of Barnard Duhan, who worked at Loews Theatre. Vallarta Tribune Suddenly, the young woman found herself swept up in a career that demanded constant glamor and refinement. In fact, her job required little to no speech. She’d simply pose for the camera, occasionally smoothing out the petals of a flower. Eventually, she ventured off to Hollywood on contract, but she was required heavy coaching to tease the Southernness out of her voice. She took the world by storm as Kitty Collins in the 1946 film The Killers. From then on, she took on several other significant roles and enjoyed a lucrative acting career that lasted several decades until her death in 1990. 9. Maria Felix: 1950 She went by a couple days: Maria Bonita to her third husband, La Doña thanks to her role in the 1943 film Doña Barbara. mexiconewsnetwork.com Today, Maria Felix is hailed as a pioneer of Latin America cinema. Perhaps more specifically, she led the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. Beyond this, Maria Felix was also an accomplished singer and model. Artists often vied for her to pose for them. 10. Jean Patchett: 1951 No accessory looked too gaudy on high-fashion model Jean Patchett. Headpieces sat primly atop her head, lofty and deliberate. Her collarbone jutted elegantly from beneath rhinestone necklaces. The Red List Jean Patchett’s modeling career spanned, impressively, slightly over two decades (from 1940 to 1963). She was a familiar face on the cover of Vogue magazine. Photographer Irving Penn frequently captured Jean Patchett at her most poised. Once, he remarked that she was “a young American goddess in Paris couture.” 11. Marilyn Monroe: 1952, 1957 Perhaps no beauty icon has been shrouded in more mystique than the quintessential American beauty herself, Marilyn Monroe. The Atlas Society With her full red lips, youthful blonde curls, and ample but lean figure, Marilyn Monroe is one of the 1950’s most prominent sex symbols. Even so, many regard her as more than a pretty face or a girl whose body sharpened every crease of sheer white dresses. She was a prolific actress, her films bringing in well over $200 million. Although many of her films have been well-received critically, her best known may be the 1959 film Some Like It Hot, for which she scored a Golden Globe. 12. Audrey Hepburn: 1953, 1964 Audrey Hepburn’s childhood was indeed a vibrant one. She was born in Belgium but also spent several years in Britain and Holland. Haute Hijab She was mentored by such ballet stars as Sonia Gaskell and Maria Rambert. Beyond this, she also trained as a singer. Thanks to her rigorous training, she landed a role in Gigi on Broadway. From there, she ascended to fame. Her performance in 1953 Roman Holiday scored her many prestigious awards, including a Golden Globe and the first Academy Award ever received by an actress. 13. Grace Kelly: 1954 In 1956, Grace Kelly wedded Prince Rainier III and as a result became the Princess of Monaco. With the role of princess came many responsibilities, forcing her to resign from an illustrious acting career. The Film Experience Fortunately for her, Grace Kelly left behind a glittering legacy. Her performance as Linda Nordley in the 1953 film Mogambo earned her both a Golden Globe and attention from the Academy. Ultimately, she did not win an Academy Award for her role in Mogambo. She did, however, win the award for Best Actress for her role in the 1954 film The Country Girl. 14. Elizabeth Taylor: 1955 Elizabeth Taylor is a quintessential 50’s beauty, her piercing eyes never failing to captivate. Elle She was born into a well-to-do family and enjoyed an early start as an actress. She starred as Velvet Brown in the critically acclaimed 1944 film National Velvet. This role helped her establish a reputation as an actress worth watching. Today, the American Film Institute considers her one of the “greatest female screen legends” of all time. 15. Dorothy Dandridge: 1956 Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Dorothy Dandridge spent much of her childhood singing and dancing with her sister Vivian. In fact, their mother Ruby dubbed the sisterly duo The Wonder Children, and the two performed all throughout the South. Boxden.Com As an adult, Dorothy Dandridge earned the honor of being the first African-American actress to receive an Academy Award nomination. The nomination was for her performance in the 1954 film Carmen Jones. Today, Dorothy Dandridge boasts a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. 16. Sophia Loren: 1957 Once a budding starlet at the age of 15, Sophia Loren is today one of Italy’s most prominent actresses. Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images Sophia first took to the stage at 14, when she competed in a beauty pageant for the title of Miss Italia 1950. Unfortunately, she lost, but she was recognized as a finalist. Armed with a sense of purpose, she then pursued training for a career in acting. She landed her first role as an extra in the 1951 film Quo Vadis. Little did she know that a decade later, she would star in the critically acclaimed film Two Women and be honored with the Academy Award for Best Actress. Today, she lives in Geneva, Switzerland. 17. Brigitte Bardot: 1959 Also known as B.B., Brigitte Bardott always dreamed of stardom. Of course, she never imagined she would become a celebrated icon of sexuality. Her childhood dreams were somewhat frillier and more innocent sounding; she longed to be a ballet dancer. Marie Claire In 1952, however, she began actively pursuing a career as an actress. She starred in the 1965 French film Viva Maria! and was recognized by the British Academy for her performance. Perhaps most impressive, she was chosen to be the face of the liberty of France (Marianne). She held this honor from 1969 to 1978. Brigitte Bardot still resides in Paris today. 18. Pascale Petit: 1960 Pascale Petit is a prolific actress whose career spanned almost five decades (1957-2001). Pinterest She boasts an impressive list of films: over 50 to be exact. Beyond this, she was famous for her genuine smile, shimmering eyes, and dainty figure. 19. Jean Seberg: 1961 Although Jean Seberg was born in the United States, she spent a good portion of her life abroad in Paris. Alchetron Some of her most notable films include Moment to Moment, Saint Joan, and Lilith. Jean Seberg passed away in 1979, at the age of 40. 20. Catherine Deneuve: 1962 Since the birth of her career in 1957, Catherine Deneuve has maintained an air of mystery and poise. DoctorMacro a while, not much was known about her. Observers simply noted her cascading blonde hair and soft brown eyes, watched her perform in several worthy films, and named her someone worth watching. Indeed, Catherine Deneuve’s career has proven fruitful. She has been nominated for 14 Cesar Awards, France’s prestigious film award. Today, she lives peacefully in Paris. 21. Barbra Streisand: 1963 With her confident stride, distinct persona, and commanding voice, Barbra Streisand is perhaps the most versatile woman on this list. Terry Fincher/Express/Getty Images In fact, she has been named the Mother of All Contemporary Pop Divas and even Queen of the Divas. She boasts an exhaustive list of prestigious awards: an abundance of Grammys, a smattering of Emmys, two Academy Awards, and nine Golden Globes. 22. Jean Shrimpton: 1965 Jean Shrimpton’s passion for fashion has helped shape youth culture in London (perhaps better known as Swinging London). Pinterest She has done more for the world of fashion than appear still and delicate of magazine covers. Hailed as one of the first supermodels the world has ever seen, Jean Shrimpton has graced the covers of such magazines as Vanity Fair, Elle, and Vogue. On a 1965 cover of Vogue, she sported a wild headdress of flowers, petals scattered between locks of hair. Time has celebrated her as among the 100 “most influential fashion icons of all time.” 23. Natalie Wood: 1966 Perhaps no one pulls off the pensive pose in black and white like Natalie Wood. Hulton Archive/Getty Images Natalie Wood made a name for herself in cinema well before she hit her mid-twenties. Some of her most memorable films include Rebel Without a Cause, West Side Story, and Miracle on 34th Street. 24. Twiggy: 1967 In the mid-late 60’s, Twiggy took Britain by storm with her sleek hair, doe eyes, and bombastically fantastic sense of style. Mirror Born Lesley Lawson, Twiggy was a major pioneer of the Swinging London movement. Although she is perhaps best known as a model, she garnered a reputation as an actress as well. She won two Golden Globes for performance in the 1971 film The Boy Friend. The Daily Express dubbed her “The Face of 1966.” She has also held the title of British Woman of the Year. 25. Lesley Jones: 1968 In 1968, Lesley Jones appeared prominently on the cover on British Vogue magazine. Pinterest On it, her eyes are full and dark, framed by feathery eyelashes. Freckles are charted along her cheeks, across the bridge of her nose. She wears a cascading white headdress. Finally, contrasted by the pure whiteness of the cover, her lips radiate, smooth and red. 26. Jane Birkin: 1969 Her career was spawned in 1966, but even today Jane Birkin is going strong. Billboard In 1966, she appeared in the film Blowup. Throughout her career, Jane Birkin has maintained a persona as an attractive, shiny-eyed blonde with an arresting voice. Additionally, if you love a nice durable Birkin bag, you can thank her for giving it its name. 27. Ingrid Boulting: 1970 Born in South Africa, Ingrid Boulting is the beautiful stepdaughter of Roy Boulting, a well-regarded filmmaker from England. Pinterest Although she trained primarily as a model and ballet dancer, Ingrid Boulting has had a worthwhile acting career. She starred as Kathleen Moore in the 1976 film The Last Tycoon. Often found posing with a dreamy gaze and her long hair fanning past her shoulders, Ingrid Boulting possesses an inimitable elegance. 28. Bianca Jagger: 1971 Bianca Jagger hails from the Central American nation of Nicaragua. The daughter of a well-to-do merchant, she thrived as a student and eventually traveled to Paris to study on scholarship. Keystone/Getty Images Although she is perhaps best known as Rolling Stones star Mick Jagger’s ex-wife, Bianca Jagger has carved out a legacy of her own. Not only has she appeared in multiple films and shows, she has also been recognized for her humanitarian efforts. She has received such significant awards as the United Nations Earth Day award (1994), Champion of Justice Award (2000), and Women’s World Award (2004). 29. Paula Klimak: 1972 Paula Klimak is something of an enigma. Obtaining any substantial information on her is a challenge, at least via the web. Nonetheless, one look at her on the cover of Vogue or Cosmopolitan reveal her a woman worth several extra glances. Livingly More frequently called Pola, Paula Klimak modeled extensively throughout the 70’s. She had a look of her own: deep grey eyes, prim pink lips, and a neat wave of dark hair. She wore the color pink with aplomb. 30. Lauren Hutton: 1973 Even some of the most beautiful and distinguished models feel compelled to hide some perceived flaw. For Lauren Hutton, it was her smile with its unceremonious gap. Vogue Although she went to great lengths to conceal that gap—and was even urged to do so—she eventually gave up and simply allowed it to become part of persona. Ultimately, many critics hailed the look as genuine, human. It made her look beautiful but still of this earth, a look that separated her from the many models whose every feature was planned down to the sparkle in their eyes or the pucker of their lips. 31. Beverly Johnson: 1974 Beverly Johnson’s career took wing in 1974, when she became the first ever African-American model to be featured on the cover of Vogue. http://stylecaster.com Indeed, the magazine cover captured her stunningly—with a subtle flash of teeth, a bounce to her hair. A year later, she appeared on a cover of the French magazine Elle, the first black woman to ever be featured. 32. Jerry Hall: 1975 Jerry Hall’s illustrious career as a model was a fine example of being at the right place at the right time. galoremag.com While vacationing in the French Riviera, she caught the attention of Claude Haddad, a prominent fashion agent. From then on, her world became one of perfect hair and fair skin. She settled in Paris and graced the covers of over 40 magazines. In some, her hair billowed around her. In other, she looked skyward, collarbone exposed. 33. Iman: 1977 Her intended name was something of an elegant mouthful: Zara Mohamed Abdulmajid. Ultimately, though, she was named Iman. Pinterest The daughter of a diplomat and gynecologist, Iman was born in Mogadishu, Somalia. After receiving a university education, she started modeling for Vogue in 1976. Today, she is hailed not only for her beauty—a stunning smile, finely chiseled features—but also for her streak of independence. She cherishes her individuality. She has also been credited for catalyzing a demand for ethnic cosmetics. 34. Diana Ross: 1978 Elegant and always dressed to impress, Diana Ross’s impressive singing career is one marked by rugged determination and undying passion. AllMusic In 1959, she performed with the Motown group The Supremes. The success of the group helped ignite her career. She performed as the leader singer for The Supremes until 1970. By then, she was ready to embark on a solo career. Today, Diana Ross is considered to be one of the finest stars to emerge from Motown. Her songs have consistently peaked on the charts in both the United States and the United Kingdom. After totaling both her solo work and her work with The Supremes, it has been determined that Diana Ross has made over 100 million record sales globally. Although she never won any of the 12 Grammys for which she’d been nominated, she did win the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012. 35. Carol Kane: 1979 Carol Kane rose to stardom in 1971 for her performance in the film Carnal Knowledge. Before that, however, she shined in theater as a star in the 1966 premiere of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. Pinterest Carol Kane might be best known for her role Latka in the 80’s television show Taxi. She scored two Emmys for her performance. She also earned an Academy Award nomination for her performance in the 1975 film Hester Street. 36. Debbie Harry: 1980 Debbie Harry’s first step into the spotlight was a humble one. In an effort to make ends meet as an aspiring singer in New York City, she worked as everything from waitress to go-go dancer. Fashion Gone Rogue Today, she is best known as the frontwoman of the American band Blondie. Thanks to her distinctive voice, the band quickly ascended the charts and has since sold millions of records globally. Debbie Harry herself has been recognized for her flawless blonde hair and seductive look. 37. Carol Alt: 1981 Carol Alt first plunged into a prolific modeling career in 1979. The first magazine to feature her on its cover was Harper’s Bazaar. Daily Mail She didn’t experience the real intense heat of the spotlight, however, until the release of the 1982 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, on whose cover she was prominently featured. From then on, she appeared on magazine after magazine, gracing many a grocery store aisle with her girlish overbite and cloudy blue eyes. 38. Debbie Allen: 1982 Born to the critically acclaimed poet and playwright Vivian Allen, Debbie Allen was perhaps born with an affinity for the stage. 3rd Eye Drops – WordPress.com Debbie Allen experienced rejection early in life. At 16, she auditioned at the North Carolina School of the Arts, intent on earning a spot as a dancer. She was told that she did not have a “ballet body” and as a result was denied admission. Feeling disheartened, Debbie Allen went on to earn a degree in theater from Howard University. Fortunately, she managed to overcome her early rejection. In 1980, she launched a promising career on Broadway. From there, she went on to star as teacher Lydia Grant in the 1980 film Fame. In 1982, the film was adapted to television, and Allen readopted her role for the series and saw the show last an impressive six seasons. 39. Brooke Shields: 1983 Brooke Shields swooned in the spotlight at a young age. At 12, she played the controversial role of Violet, a child prostitute in 1978 film Pretty Baby. tomorrow started But her career began even before then. Not even a year old, she modeled for Ivory Soap. From then on, she enjoyed a steady modeling career. At just 14, she appeared on the cover of Vogue, the youngest model to ever achieve such an honor. Her acting career was also quite substantial. Beside her much debated role in Pretty Baby, Shields also starred in such films as Wanda Nevada, The Blue Lagoon, and Endless Love. In 1984, she took a hiatus from the spotlight and pursued a degree at Princeton University. She graduated in 1987. 40. Christie Brinkley: 1984 Over the course of several decades, Christie Brinkley enjoyed a steady modeling career. Pinterest The vivacious blonde appeared on Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue three times in a row. She also held a 25-year contract with CoverGirl. Additionally, she consistently ranks as both one of the world’s most attractive women and one of the world’s richest. 41. Christy Turlington: 1985, 1988, 1992 Christy Turlington has claimed many superlatives over the years. WhoWhatWear In 2013, Glamour magazine named her its woman of the year. Just a year later, she ranked as one of Time‘s 100 Most Influential People. Beyond all this, she is a passionate advocate for women’s rights. Her organization, Every Mother Counts, strives to make childbirth healthcare accessible to women everywhere. 42. Cindy Crawford: 1986 Cindy Crawford is more than a renowned beauty queen. She is also incredibly wealthy, even by top-tier model standards. The Loop She is also a fine example of someone making the most of small blemishes. Cindy Crawford boasts a mole above her lip. Instead of concealing it, she flaunts it. In fact, it adds to her down-to-earth, vibrant character. 43. Paulina Porizkova: 1987 Born in the Czech Republic before relocating to Sweden with her family, Paulina Porizkova started her modeling career young. Pinterest She graced the cover of a Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue at the age of 18. While this is a feat in and of itself, she also became the first woman from Central Europe to achieve such an honor. 44. Linda Evangelista: 1989 Linda Evangelista’s modeling career took off in the mid-80’s. Pinterest She turned heads with her beauty, perhaps most notably her stylish short haircut. That hairstyle quickly became her own, “The Linda.” Although she voluntarily faded from the modeling scene in 1998, she continues to be revered as a top contributor of the industry. 45. Naomi Campbell: 1990 Naomi Campbell began modelling at 15. As a child, she trained as a ballet dancer. Vogue From the start of her career in 1987, she has maintained her status as a premier supermodel. 46. Madonna: 1991 Perhaps there are few women whose names tower as high as the great Madonna. Barnebys Often hailed as the Queen of Pop, Madonna is arguably one of the most commercially and critically successful solo musical acts of all time. She has also enjoyed a prolific career as an actress. While not all of her films have resonated with critics or audiences, she did win a Golden Globe for her role in the 1996 musical film Evita. 47. Kate Moss: 1993 Perhaps best known for her slender figure and picture-perfect blonde hair, English supermodel Kate Moss is perhaps best known as an iconic face of Calvin Klein. 2LUXURY2.com Her career began at the age of 14. She is perhaps best known for her black-and-white photos in which her eyes are shadowed, her facial features slight but pronounced. Year after year, she ranks as one of the wealthiest models in the world. 48. Drew Barrymore: 1994 She’s classy, talented, and beautiful. In 2007, People magazine chose her to represent its issue covering the 100 Most Beautiful People of the Year. Life as a Movie – blogger Drew Barrymore has always had a knack for acting. She scored her first gig as a baby, for a dog food commercial. From there, her talents continued to shine. Her personality dazzled. As a child actress, she was probably best known for her role as Gertie in the 1982 film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. 49. Gwen Stefani: 1995 Gwen Stefani has flourished in the music world both as a solo performer and as a leader singer in her band No Doubt. 90s Gwen Stefani In total, she has scored three Grammys. She has also become something of a fashionista. She has her own line of clothing, which was launched in the early 2000’s. Her brand did not last, but it sold worldwide garnered her generally positive attention from critics. 50. Kirsty Hume: 1996 With her sweeping hair and deep blue eyes, Kirsty Hume has enjoyed an extensive modeling career. Into The Gloss She has represented such brands as Chanel, Dior, Versace, and Victoria’s Secret. She has also graced the covers of Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue several times. 51. Faye Wong: 1997 Fay Wong is perhaps Hong Kong’s resident diva. China Expats.com Born in Beijing, China, and based in Hong Kong, she has been credited with revolutionizing Chinese pop music. She sings mostly in Mandarin, although she has dabbled with the English language musically. In fact, her song “Eyes on Me” serves as the theme song for Final Fantasy III. 52. Gisele: 1998 Gisele’s full name is fit for any model of her elegance and stature: Gisele Caroline Bundchen. Fashioned By Love Born in Brazil in 1980, Gisele has been noted for her graceful unique gait, often called the horse walk. She has also earned a reputation as a talented actress. She starred Vanessa in the 2004 film Taxi and again as Serena in The Devil Wears Prada. 53. Tyra Banks: 1999 Tyra Banks is more than a beauty icon who stuns with her grace and brightens moods with her smile. She has also helped reshape the modeling industry. Dan Callister/Online USA Inc/Getty Images She embarked on her lucrative career at 15 and soon became the first African American to grace the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Moreover, she has starred in many beloved films and television shows. Perhaps she is best known for playing Jackie in the popular 90’s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. 54. Jennifer Aniston: 2000 We know her best from the iconic 90’s sitcom friends. In it, she played the vivacious Rachel Green. inquisitr.com She has appeared in many hit films including Marley & Me, The Good Girl, and Cake. She boasts a net worth of over $150 million. Sources: Livingly UP NEXT Gunsmoke: Top Facts Behind The Longest-Lived Show on Television... 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