How rich is Marla Gibbs?

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How rich is Marla Gibbs?

Marla Gibbs Net Worth:
$2 Million

Birth date: June 14, 1931
Birth place: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Profession: Actor, Singer, Comedian
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Jordan Gibbs (m. 1956–1973)
Children: Angela Gibbs, Joseph Gibbs, Dorian Gibbs
Siblings: Susie Garrett

Marla Gibbs Net Worth:

Marla Gibbs Net Worth $2 Million

Marla Gibbs is an American television and movie actress and vocalist with a net worth of $2 million dollars. Gibbs developed her net worth mostly from her portrayal as the sarcastic maid Florence Johnston in the popular 70’s/80’s TV situation comedy, The Jeffersons. He’s famous for playing Louise and George Jefferson’s feisty maid, Florence Johnston, on The Jeffersons. She also starred in the show’s spinoff Checking In. Because the departure of co star Sherman Hemsley in July 2012, she, Damon Evans, Jay Hammer and Berlinda Tolbert are the only real remaining Jeffersons cast members. She now has a recurring role as Nanny Eddy on the Byron Allen-produced sitcom The First Family.

Gibbs began playing late in life: she was bookings representative for United Airlines before joining Performing Arts Society of La. Shortly after, she was in nicely received productions in the Zodiac Theatre. In the first seventies, Gibbs was casted in her most memorable character on The Jeffersons. When the much-beloved sitcom finished in 1985, Gibbs was a favourite in black TV situation comedies including Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Martin and The Hughleys. Amongst the peak of her popularity as an actress, Gibbs possessed a jazz club called Marla’s Memory Lane Jazz and Supper Club from 1980-1999. Gibbs also starred in the comedy sitcom as the sharp tongued, inner city housewife Mary Jenkins. Gibbs won an Image Award for The Best Performance by an Actress in a Comedy Series or Special for her character on The Jeffersons, in 1982. In 1985, she was likewise nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini Series or Motion Picture Made for TV.


Source: Wikipedia