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Barbara Marx Sinatra Wiki Biography
Barbara Marx Sinatra(née Blakeley) was born as on 10 March 1927, in Bosworth, Missouri USA, to parents Irene Prunty Toppass and Charles W. Blakeley. She is a former model and showgirl, but perhaps best known for being the fourth and last wife of the legendary singer Frank Sinatra.
A famous widow, how wealthy is Barbara Sinatra at present? According to sources, Sinatra has acquired a net worth of over $110 million, as of mid-2017, her wealth largely as a result of an inheritance from her late husband. According to Frank’s 30-page will, his widow received over $3.5 million, three homes near Palm Springs, as well as houses in Beverly Hills and Malibu. She was also given all the silverware, books and paintings in the homes, 25% of his other personal property, and two luxury cars, a Mercedes-Benz and a Rolls-Royce. The singer also left her a “Trilogy” of master recordings and all related rights and royalties.
Barbara Sinatra Net Worth $110 Million
Barbara grew up in Wichita, Kansas, but during her late teens her family moved to Long Beach, California, where she took modeling lessons and won the Miss Long Beach beauty pageant. She opened her beauty school in Los Angeles, launched her own line of cosmetics, and modeled clothing for the famous fashion designer, Mr. Blackwell, which created the basis of her net worth.
Barbara later went to Las Vegas and became a showgirl, but upon her marriage to millionaire entertainer Zeppo Marx, she moved to Palm Springs, where she would become Frank Sinatra’s neighbor and eventually enter his social circle, and soon the two became involved in a secret affair. At the time, Barbara was still married to Marx, while Frank was dating a series of Hollywood stars, having previously been married to Nancy Barbato, Ava Gardner and Mia Farrow. As the affair went on for several months, Barbara divorced Marx, receiving $180,000 and a 1969 Jaguar in the divorce settlement.
Barbara then lived in a house that Frank bought for her, and the two dated for the following five years. She enjoyed a life of private jets, lavish gifts, expensive cars and dining in acclaimed restaurants, surrounded by Frank’s famous friends. In May 1976 the couple became engaged, with Frank putting a 17-carat diamond ring on Barbara’s finger, and In July the same year they married at the Sunnylands estate of Walter Annenberg in Palm Springs, attended by friends including celebrities; before the wedding took place, Barbara converted from Methodist to Roman Catholicism. The couple stayed together until Frank’s death in 1998, prior to which the singer spent much time being hospitalized for heart and breathing problems, high blood pressure, pneumonia and bladder cancer. Suffering a heart attack, he died at the age of 82 at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, California. Shortly after his death, Barbara was honored with a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars.
In 2011 Barbara Sinatra released a book called “Lady Blue Eyes: My Life with Frank”, a memoir and a public love letter to her late husband, which offers an intimate look at Frank’s life and career, and a thorough description of the years Barbara had spent with him.
When speaking about other aspects of her private life, Sinatra’s first marriage was to an executive of the Miss Universe pageant Robert Harrison Oliver, during the 1940s. Her second marriage was to Zeppo Marx – the youngest of the famous Marx comedy brothers – from 1959 to 1973. As stated above, she married Frank in 1976. Within this marriage, she founded the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center in Rancho Mirage, California, providing rehabilitative therapy to victims of physical, sexual and emotional abuse.
|Net Worth||$110 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 10, 1927|
|Died||July 25, 2017 (aged 90) Rancho Mirage, California, United States|
|Place Of Birth||Bosworth, Missouri, United States|
|Profession||Model, Showgirl, Screenwriter, Socialite, Philanthropist|
|Education||Wichita North High School|
|Spouse||Robert Harrison Oliver (m. 1940 - 1950s), Herbert "Zeppo" Marx (m. 1959 - 1973), Frank Sinatra (m. 1976 - 1998, his death)|
|Children||Robert Oliver Marx|
|Parents||Charles W. Blakeley, Irene Prunty Toppass|
|Nicknames||Barbara Joanna Blakeley , Barbara Marx Sinatra , Barbara Blakeley , Barbara A. Blakeley , Barbara Marx|
|Nominations||Golden Palm Star: Palm Springs Walk of Stars (1998)|
|Movies||The Journey to Kafiristan, Ludwig 1881|
|1||Was portrayed by Melanie Griffith in The Night We Called It a Day (2003).|
|2||Founder of the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center in Rancho Mirage, California in 1986, with her husband Frank Sinatra. The center is next door to the Betty Ford Center on the campus of Eisenhower Medical Center. The not-for-profit facility provides individual and group therapy for young victims of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse.|
|3||Stepmother of Nancy Sinatra, Tina Sinatra and Frank Sinatra Jr.|
|4||One-time daughter-in-law of Sam Marx.|
|5||One-time sister-in-law of Chico Marx, Harpo Marx, Gummo Marx, and Groucho Marx.|
|6||Started out as a Las Vegas showgirl.|
|Die Innere Zone||2014|
|Die grosse Erbschaft||2010||Documentary|
|Die Reise nach Kafiristan||2001|
|The Life and Times of Kirk Douglas||2000||Video documentary short special thanks - as Barbara Sinatra|
|Intimate Portrait||2003||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|E! True Hollywood Story||2001||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|The 9th Annual American Cinema Awards||1992||TV Special||Herself|
|The Annual Friars Club Tribute Presents a Salute to Roger Moore||1986||TV Movie||Herself|
|Gala Opening of the American Ballet Theater||1984||TV Movie||Herself|
|The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts||1983||TV Special documentary||Herself|
|The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Frank Sinatra||1978||TV Special||Herself|
|The National Tribute to Hubert H. Humphrey||1977||TV Movie||Herself|
|Sinatra: All or Nothing at All||2015||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself|
|The Bronx Is Burning||2007||TV Mini-Series||Herself|
|Biography||1998||TV Series documentary||Herself|