How rich is Blythe Danner?
Blythe Danner Net Worth:
|Birth date:||February 3, 1943|
|Birth place:||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Voice Actor, Environmentalist|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Bruce Paltrow (m. 1969–2002)|
|Children:||Gwyneth Paltrow, Jake Paltrow|
|TV shows:||Huff, Adam's Rib, Presidio Med, more|
Blythe Danner Net Worth:
Blythe Danner Net Worth $45 Million
Blythe Danner is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $45 million. Blythe Danner built her net worth as an actress. Blythe was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is the mom of Gwyneth Paltrow. Danner gained her first national interest at the age of 25 in a film. Early in her craft, Danner turned right into a Broadway sensation with her Tony Award-winning performance in 1969’s Butterflies Are Free. Her display work in minor movie projects like the one in the offbeat comedy Hearts of the West (1975) shortly helped her earn prevalent critical appraisal for her characters in such TV shows as Too Far to Go (NBC, 1979). Despite the fact that Danner often landed parts of a wive or mother, she still managed to give unsurpassed depiction of her characters in such diverse movies as the adaptation of Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs (1986) and the Barbara Streisand-helmed play, The Prince of Tides (1991). As he enhanced in the 3rd decade of her career and was already understood to young fans as Gwyneth Paltrow’s mom, she scored her biggest film hit with Meet the Parents (2000) and its popular sequels, in the part of Robert De Niro’s understanding wife. It was in 2002, when she was devastated by the sudden death of her husband Bruce Paltrow. But finding enough strength to carry on, Blythe Danner showed notable comedic ability together with her recurring characters on the TV series Will & Grace (NBC, 1998-2006) and Huff (Showtime, 200406).
As well as the director Jake Paltrow. In the age of 25, Blythe won her first national prize. Danner’s sister Dorothy Danner is a former performer who afterwards became a director. Danner was cast as Martha Jefferson in 1972 to “Etude in Black”. “To Kill a clown” in 1972 was Danner’s first stint opposite Alan Alda. She then went to act in movies like Loving Molly in 1974, Futureworld in 1976, Brighton Beach Memoirs in 1986 where she portrayed the role of a Jewish Mom, and others. Blythe Danner also made her character stand out in the hit comedy “Meet the Parents” and its sequel “Meet the Fockers” and then and “The Little Fockers” where she appeared opposite Robert De Niro. Blythe’s late husband Bruce Paltrow was the famous producer and director who died from pneumonia. He was also fighting oral cancer in the early 2002. Gwyneth Paltrow played along with her mom, Blythe in the 1992 TV movie by the name of “Cruel Doubt”. This is followed by “Sylvia” in 2003. Danner is additionally involved in social activism when she has got the time for this. Danner is involved with fighting against pollution and promoting recycling. Danner wants to support these issues.