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Sandy Duncan Net Worth

Sandra Kay Duncan net worth is

$5 Million

Sandra Kay Duncan Wiki Biography

Sandra Kay Duncan was born on 20 February 1946, in Henderson, Texas USA, and is a dancer, actress, comedian, and singer, best known for her performance in the Broadway revival of “Peter Pan” in the mid-‘70s. She was also part of the sitcom “The Hogan Family”, and all of her efforts have helped put her net worth to where it is today.

How rich is Sandy Duncan? As of late-2016, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $5 million, mostly earned through a successful career as an actress. She’s been nominated multiple times, including two Golden Globe awards, two Emmy awards, and three Tony awards. All of her achievements have ensured the position of her wealth.

Sandy Duncan Net Worth $5 million

Sandy started her career at the young age of 12, becoming part of a local production of “The King and I”. In the late 1960s, she was selected to be part of a commercial for United California Bank, playing a bank teller, and she then became a part of the soap opera “Search for Tomorrow” in 1968. Two years later, she was starting to become popular, and would then appear in the Broadway revival of “The Boy Friend” which gained her excellent reviews, after which she made her film debut in the Disney film “The Million Dollar Duck”.

Afterwards, she would be cast in “Star Spangled Girl” as Amy Cooper, however, the film did not perform well in the box office.

In 1971, she became part of the sitcom “Funny Face” which had negative reviews except for Duncan who was the only exception in a poor show. While a part of the show, she had to undergo surgery which removed vision on her left eye, and afterwards she would help “Funny Face” reach higher ratings towards the end of its run, receiving an Emmy Award for her performance, and then returning the following year with “The Sandy Duncan Show”. The show didn’t last long, but she would then be cast in the television musical adaptation of “Pinocchio”.

She also made a guest appearance in the first season of “The Muppet Show”, before appearing in the miniseries “Roots” which got her another Emmy Award nomination, and boosted her net worth.

Sandy returned to Broadway, and performed there for many years including in the highly acclaimed “Peter Pan” which won her a lot of accolades. During this time, she would be nominated for three Tony Awards, and would then start to do voice work for “The Fox and the Hound”. She also voiced for a “My Little Pony” television special, and in 1998 appeared in “Barney and the Backyard Gang” videos. In 2003, she started appearing in the rotating cast of the production “Wit & Wisdom”, and also became one of the lead roles in “No, No, Nanette” and “Driving Miss Daisy” which played in 2009.

She has not stated any intention of retiring, and one of her latest productions is “Finding Neverland” which played during February 2016.

For her personal life, it is known that Sandy married actor Bruce Scott in 1968 and their marriage lasted for four years. In 1973, she married Dr. Thomas Calcaterra who was a consulting surgeon during her brain tumor surgery; the marriage ended in a 1979 divorce. Sandy married the much younger Don Correla in 1980; they have two sons. Duncan has a street in Taylorville, Illinois named after her.

Full Name Sandy Duncan
Net Worth $5 Million
Date Of Birth February 20, 1946
Died June 18, 2005
Place Of Birth Henderson, Texas, USA
Height 1.62 m
Profession Singer
Education Lon Morris College
Nationality American
Spouse Don Correia (m. 1980), Thomas Calcaterra (m. 1973–1979), Bruce Scott (m. 1968–1972)
Children Jeffrey Correia, Michael Correia
Parents Mancil Ray, Sylvia Duncan
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0242098/
Awards Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance, Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Performances
Nominations Tony Award for Best Lead Actress in a Musical, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, Golden Globe Award for Best New Star of the Year…
Movies The Cat from Outer Space, The Fox and the Hound, The Swan Princess, The Million Dollar Duck, Rock-a-Doodle, Star Spangled Girl, Never Again, My Boyfriend’s Back, Pinocchio, Rescue at Midnight Castle, Parade of Stars, The Backyard Show
TV Shows The Hogan Family, Search for Tomorrow, The Sandy Duncan Show, Roots, My Little Pony, My Little Pony ‘n Friends, Funny Face
# Fact
1 Touring with the Broadway musical “Anything Goes” [June 2002]
2 Touring in “The King and I” [July 2004]
3 Touring with Broadway musical “The King and I” [September 2004]
4 Has been nominated for the Tony Award three times: as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Musical), in 1969 for “Canterbury Tales,” and as Best Actress (Musical), in 1971 for a revival of “The Boy Friend” and in 1980 for a revival of “Peter Pan.”
5 Attended Lon Morris College in Jacksonville, Texas.
6 Her second ex-husband, Dr. Thomas Calcaterra, is a head and neck onocologist who practices at UCLA Medical Center Division of Head and Neck Surgery, and is also a professor of surgery at UCLA Medical School. They met when Duncan had the tumor removed from behind her left eye.
7 Lives in NYC Upper East Side with her husband and 2 children
8 Despite the fact that she and Tommy Tune had worked so well together on stage in “My One and Only,” they failed to get a theatre adaptation of the Judy Garland and Fred Astaire film classic Easter Parade (1948) off the ground in the late 1990’s. This was primarily because Irving Berlin‘s daughters (who control his estate) were unhappy with workshop productions.
9 She lost sight in her left eye due to a tumor behind the eye which damaged the optic nerve. Despite rumors, she does not have a glass eye.
10 Born at 8:34am-CST
11 There is/was a punk/alternative band called Sandy Duncan’s Eye.


Title Year Status Character
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2014-2015 TV Series Judge Virginia Farrell
Yo Gabba Gabba! 2015 TV Series Puffy
G Spots? 2001 Short The Queen
Never Again 2001 Natasha
The Swan Princess: Sing Along 1998 Short Queen Uberta (voice)
Law & Order 1995 TV Series Michelle ‘Shelly’ Kates
Ang titser kong pogi 1995 Kid
The Swan Princess 1994 Queen Uberta (voice)
Miracle on Interstate 880 1993 TV Movie Lorrie Helm
Rock-A-Doodle 1991 Peepers (voice)
Valerie’s Family: The Hogans 1987-1991 TV Series Sandy Hogan
My Boyfriend’s Back 1989 TV Movie Chris Henry
A Day at the Beach 1989 Video short Mom / Molly the Mermaid
Three Wishes 1989 Video short Mom
The Backyard Show 1988 Video short Mom
Act II 1987 TV Short Meg Madison
My Little Pony ‘n Friends 1986 TV Series Firefly
My Little Pony 1984 TV Movie Firefly Applejack (voice)
Parade of Stars 1983 TV Movie Irene Castle
The Fox and the Hound 1981 Vixey (voice)
Omnibus 1980 TV Series Peter Pan
The Cat from Outer Space 1978 Liz
The Love Boat 1977 TV Series Sharon Baker
Roots 1977 TV Mini-Series Missy Anne Reynolds
Christmas in Disneyland 1976 TV Movie Tour Guide
The Bionic Woman 1976 TV Series Gillian
The Six Million Dollar Man 1976 TV Series Gillian
Good Heavens 1976 TV Series Patti
Pinocchio 1976 TV Movie Pinocchio
Bacharach 74 1974 TV Movie
The Sandy Duncan Show 1972 TV Series Sandy Stockton
The New Scooby-Doo Movies 1972 TV Series Sandy Duncan
Star Spangled Girl 1971 Amy Cooper
Funny Face 1971 TV Series Sandy Stockton
The Million Dollar Duck 1971 Katie Dooley
Bonanza 1971 TV Series Angeline
Midnight Cowboy 1969 Woman in TV Montage (uncredited)
Search for Tomorrow 1951 TV Series Helen (1964)


Title Year Status Character
The Swan Princess: Sing Along 1998 Short performer: “Practice, Practice, Practice”, “This Is My Idea”
The Swan Princess 1994 performer: “This Is My Idea”, “Practice, Practice, Practice”
The 40th Annual Tony Awards 1986 TV Special performer: “Steam Heat”, “America”, “You Could Drive a Person Crazy”, “Folies Bergère”, “The Best of Times”, “Muddy Water”
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1984 TV Series performer – 1 episode
The 34th Annual Tony Awards 1980 TV Special performer: “I’m Flying”
The Muppet Show 1976 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Sammy and Company 1975 TV Series performer – 1 episode


Title Year Status Character
Life is Funny 2016 Short co-producer


Title Year Status Character
Remembering ‘Roots’ 2002 Video documentary short special thanks


Title Year Status Character
Ka-Ching! 2008 TV Series Herself – Host
50 Cutest Child Stars: All Grown Up 2005 TV Movie documentary Herself
Character Studies 2005 TV Series Herself
The 1st 13th Annual Fancy Anvil Award Show Program Special… Live!… in Stereo 2002 TV Special Herself
Remembering ‘Roots’ 2002 Video documentary short Herself – ‘Missy Anne Reynolds’
Jeopardy! 1999 TV Series Herself – Celebrity Contestant
The 52nd Annual Tony Awards 1998 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Best Direction of a Musical
The Rosie O’Donnell Show 1996 TV Series Herself
New Passages 1996 TV Movie Herself
In a New Light: A Call to Action in the War Against AIDS 1992 TV Movie documentary Herself
One on One with John Tesh 1992 TV Series Herself
The Chuck Woolery Show 1991 TV Series Herself
The Best of Disney: 50 Years of Magic 1991 TV Movie documentary Herself
The 44th Annual Tony Awards 1990 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Best Original Score & Best Choreography
The Pat Sajak Show 1989-1990 TV Series Herself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1972-1989 TV Series Herself / Herself – Guest / Herself – Second Guest / …
The Arsenio Hall Show 1989 TV Series Herself
The Best of Gleason 3 1989 TV Movie Herself – Host
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 1988 TV Special Herself – Host
ALF 1988 TV Series Herself
The 14th Annual People’s Choice Awards 1988 TV Special documentary Herself – Co-Presenter: Favourite Television Drama Program
The 45th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1988 TV Special Herself – Presenter
The 40th Annual Tony Awards 1986 TV Special Herself – Performer & Presenter: Best Direction of a Play
Miss Universe Pageant 1986 TV Special documentary Herself – Judge
All-Star Salute to Ford’s Theater 1986 TV Movie Herself
Great Performances 1986 TV Series Herself – Host
Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi Abromowitz 1985 TV Movie Herself
Night of 100 Stars II 1985 TV Movie Herself
Night of 100 Stars 1982 TV Special Herself
The First 100 Years of Recorded Music 1981 TV Special Herself
The 34th Annual Tony Awards 1980 TV Special Herself – Performer & Nominee: Best Actress in a Musical
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 1979 TV Special Herself
Musical Comedy Tonight 1979 TV Movie documentary Herself
Bonkers! 1979 TV Series Herself
The Hollywood Squares 1972-1979 TV Series Herself – Panelist
The $10,000 Pyramid 1973-1979 TV Series Herself
Liberace: A Valentine Special 1979 TV Special Herself
The Mike Douglas Show 1976-1978 TV Series Herself – Co-Host / Herself – Actress
Hollywood’s Diamond Jubilee 1978 TV Special Herself – Performer
The Merv Griffin Show 1971-1978 TV Series Herself
The Jim Nabors Show 1978 TV Series Herself
World of Magic 1977 TV Special Herself
Super Night at Forest Hills 1977 TV Special Herself
The Television Critics Circle Awards 1977 TV Special
Perry Como’s Music from Hollywood 1977 TV Special Herself
America Salutes Richard Rodgers: The Sound of His Music 1976 TV Movie Herself
The 1976 Annual Entertainment Hall of Fame Awards 1976 TV Special Herself
The Muppet Show 1976 TV Series Herself – Special Guest Star
Dinah! 1975-1976 TV Series Herself
Celebration: The American Spirit 1976 TV Movie Herself
Andy 1976 TV Series Herself
Sammy and Company 1975 TV Series Herself
The 1975 Annual Entertainment Hall of Fame Awards 1975 TV Special Herself
Sandy Duncan Special 1974 TV Special Herself
Sandy in Disneyland 1974 TV Special Hostess
American Music Awards 1974 TV Special Herself
Married Is Better 1974 TV Special Sandy
NBC Follies 1973 TV Series Herself
Flip 1971-1973 TV Series Herself
Robert Young with the Young 1973 TV Special Herself
Keep U.S. Beautiful 1973 TV Special Herself
The 27th Annual Tony Awards 1973 TV Special Herself – Co-Host
Laugh-In 1972-1973 TV Series Herself / Herself – Guest Performer
The Julie Andrews Hour 1973 TV Series Herself – Actress
The 26th Annual Tony Awards 1972 TV Special Herself – Presenter
The 44th Annual Academy Awards 1972 TV Special Herself – Co-Presenter: Best Sound
The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour 1972 TV Series Herself
The 29th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1972 TV Special Herself
The Hollywood Squares 1971 TV Series Semi-Regular
The 23rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1971 TV Special Herself
What’s My Line? 1970-1971 TV Series Herself – Panelist
The David Frost Show 1970 TV Series Herself
The Jackie Gleason Show 1970 TV Series Herself
The 23rd Annual Tony Awards 1969 TV Special Herself
Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age 2016 Documentary post-production Herself
Today 2014-2016 TV Series Herself / Herself – Peter Pan Live

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Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
1977 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series Roots (1977)
1972 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical Star Spangled Girl (1971)
1972 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Most Promising Newcomer – Female The Million Dollar Duck (1971)
1972 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Funny Face (1971)

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