Jane Powell is a very famous actress, singer and Dancer.Jane Powell Net Worth is $10Million.Jane Powell was born in April 1929 in Portland, Oregon.She began as a singer and went around Oregon selling victory bonds. Powell relocated to Los Angeles as a teenager and contracted with MGM.
She appeared in several musicals, including A Date with Judy with Elizabeth Taylor in 1948, Royal Wedding with Fred Astaire in 1951, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers with Howard Keel in 1954, and Hit the Deck in 1955. She subsequently appeared in two Broadway productions and several touring shows.
Jane Powell Net Worth
Jane Powell was an American actress, singer, and dancer has an estimated Net Worth arround $10Million as per Celebritynetworth.All earnings comes from her career as an actress.
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Powell, having dedicated so much of her early childhood to performing, wanted desperately to return to Portland and begin high school, but ultimately took Mayer’s offer as she thought it would have been “selfish to pass up such an opportunity.Within two months, Powell was loaned to United Artists for her first film, Song of the Open Road (1944).In the film, she portrayed a child performer named Jane Powell, a name which she adopted for herself as her stage name.In 1945, Powell sang “Because” at the wedding of Esther Williams and Ben Gage.
Within her first three years at MGM, Powell made six films, appeared on radio programs, performed in theater productions (including The Student Prince), and even sang at the inauguration ball for President Harry S. Truman on January 20, 1949. When not making films, Powell traveled to theaters around the country doing a vaudeville act, which she later admitted she loathed.
In 2003, she made a return to the stage as Mama Mizner in the Stephen Sondheim musical Bounce, which held performances in Chicago and Washington, D.C. “I auditioned just to meet Sondheim, who was nice and a very funny man,” Powell admitted. “But I was disappointed when I got the part. I didn’t really want to be away from home, but I had never done a new show and that seemed exciting at first. But I didn’t have much to do and the part wasn’t too jovial.”
In March 2009, she appeared and sang “Love Is Where You Find It” in a show in which Michael Feinstein celebrated movie musicals and MGM musicals in particular. She performed again with Pink Martini at the Hollywood Bowl on September 10, 2010.Powell filled in as guest host on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) for Robert Osborne when he was on medical leave from July 17–23, 2011.
Following the death of her husband, Dickie Moore in 2015, Powell sold their Manhattan apartment and relocated permanently to their second home in Wilton, Connecticut, at the age of 86.Powell died of natural causes in Wilton on September 16, 2021 at the age of 92.