Connie Stevens is an actress, screenwriter, director, producer, editor, cinematographer and singer from the United States of America. She’s not much known in today’s era, but she’s made over 70 credited roles in both movies and series. Below, you can check out Connie Stevens’s net worth in 2019, awards and career.
Connie Stevens was born as Concetta Rosalie Ann Ingoglia on August 8, 1938, in Brooklyn borough in New York City, United States. Her father Peter Ingoglia was mostly known as Teddy Stevens, and he was a musician, and her mother Eleanor McGinley was a singer. Connie Stevens lived with her grandparents after her parents’ divorce.
Connie Stevens’s stepbrother John Megna was an actor, but he died in 1995. She also had a brother who died in 1996, his name is Charles Stevens, and he was a drummer. Connie Stevens studied at boarding schools during the period when she lived with her grandparents.
Coming to her married life, Connie Stevens was married twice. Her first marriage was to actor James Stacy who died in 2016. Connie and James got married in 1963 and divorced after 3 years only. Connie Stevens’s second marriage and divorce was to the singer and actor Eddie Fisher who died in 2010. Connie and Eddie got married in 1967, and they got divorced in 1969, after 2 years of marriage only. Connie Stevens has 2 daughters from Eddie Fisher, actress and singer Tricia Leigh Fisher and actress and singer Joely Fisher.
Connie Stevens has also been into several relationships. She dated the famous astronaut Neil Armstrong, actor Scott Brady, actor Glenn Ford and the politician John McCain.
During her early career days, Connie Stevens joined a band named “The Fourmost” with Tony Butala who later rose to fame after finding “The Lettermen.” In 1953, she moved with her father to Los Angeles, where she joined another band named “The Three Debs.”
Connie Stevens made her debut movie in 1957 in a drama titled “Young and Dangerous.” The next year was a very busy one for her as she starred in 3 movies and released her debut album titled “Concetta.” Connie Stevens’s most popular series is a comedy titled “Starting from Scratch.” Furthermore, she’s the writer, director, and producer of a drama thriller titled “Saving Grace B. Jones.”
Furthermore, Connie Stevens didn’t stop at the movies and series industry. She’s also developed a skin care product named Forever Spring.
In 2018-2019, she’s an actress of a thriller movie titled “By the Rivers of Babylon.”
Awards & Achievements
Connie Stevens doesn’t have many awards to mention, perhaps because she’s from an old era, where awards weren’t much available. She won 2 Golden Apple Awards for Most Cooperative Actress in 1962 and 1963, 2 Photoplay Awards for Most Popular Female Star in 1962 and 1964, the Santa Clarita International Film Festival Award for Best Documentary Feature Film “A Healing,” and Star on the Walk of Fame. Connie Stevens’s most recent award was the 2010 Satellite Humanitarian Award.
Net Worth of Connie Stevens
The actress, screenwriter, director, producer and singer Connie Stevens net worth $50 million. She earned her tens of millions from her work in movies and series, and from the skin care product she developed. Connie Stevens made her directorial debut in a drama thriller titled “Saving Grace B. Jones,” which she’s also the producer and writer of.
Connie Stevens is one of the few multi-talented personalities in the world as she’s an actress, singer, writer, producer, and director. Her successful career spanned over 4 decades, and so far she has appeared in more than 70 movies and series. Connie Stevens’s latest work is in a thriller titled “By the Rivers of Babylon.”