Amanda Blake Net Worth 2019, Biography, Education, Career, and Death.
Amanda Blake Net Worth 2019 – A screen sensation during her illustrious career which spanned from 1950 to 1989, Amanda Blake was an American actress with an enormous body of work. While she paid her dues in both film and television, Blake made a bigger impact with her appearances on television shows, the most popular of which is the western television series Gunsmoke where she gave life to the character of Kitty Russell.
The actress was born as the only child of a banker Jesse and his wife Louise (née Puckett) Neill on February 20, 1929, in Buffalo, New York. She was named Beverly Louise Neill after her birth but later changed to Amanda Blake as her professional moniker.
The American bold and beautiful actress, Amanda Blake was a married woman. She was married four times. After completing her studies, Blake married Don Whitman on 22 August 1954.
After sharing a two-year of married life together, the duo divorced in 1956 without citing the reason behind their separation. She again tied her knot with Jason Day in 1964, later separated in 1967, living for three -year together.
Moreover, Blake married her third spouse, Frank Gilbert in the same year as her divorced from her second husband. However, she again divorced from Frank in 1982. Furthermore, he was the one with who she shared a marriage relationship for nearly 15-year.
After getting separated from her third husband, Amanda got married to Mark Edward. However, Spaeth was passed away in 1985 from complications of the disease.
Her educational pursuit landed her in Amherst Central High School. After working as a telephone operator, she decided to follow her dreams of becoming an actress.
Her first outing was in the film Stars in my Crown (1950) where she played Faith Radmore Samuels. She then picked up more roles in other Hollywood films in the 50s including Cattle Town, Miss Robin Crusoe (title role), Lili, Glass Slipper and a lot more.
Her works on television, however, surpassed all others as they made her a name to reckon with in the acting world. At the forefront of her career-high achievements is her 19-year stint (1955 to 1974), playing Miss Kitty, the saloon owner, on the television series Gunsmoke.
Her other television series and shows include The Red Skelton Show, Tattletales, Match Game, The Quest, The Edge of Night, Dean Martin Celebrity Roast and many others. In 1987, she reprised her role as Kitty Russel in Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge, the very first made-for-television western film. As the name suggests, the film is based on Gunsmoke, the TV version which ran for twenty years.
In recognition of the work she had done, Amanda Blake became the third performer to be inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Her predecessors were Tom Mix and Gary Cooper.
The American actress Blake was died on August 16, 1989, at the age of 60. Well, the reason for her death is taken as her throat cancer.
She had a net worth of $500 thousand at the time of her death.