Donna Douglas, commonly known as Donna, was a renowned actress from the United States. She was also a singer. She was popular in the world for portraying her role in numerous television series like The Beverly Hillbillies.
Donna Douglas' Early Life And Education
Donna Douglas was from an upper-middle-class family. She was born Doris Smith on 26 September 1962 in Pride, Louisiana, the United States of America to Emmett Ratcliff Smith, Sr. and Elma.
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She was of American nationality and white ethnicity. She died on the first day of 2015. She received her formal education from St. Gerard Catholic High School.
Donna Douglas' Personal Life; Married Twice
Donna Douglas was married twice and divorced in the same number. She first got married to Roland Bourgeois. They got married in 1949 and divorced after half a decade. The pair even welcomed a child together.
She again got married in 1971 after one and a half-decade. She was married to Robert M. Leeds. With him, she enjoyed conjugal life for almost a decade. The pair did not welcome any child.
Their married life turned to divorce in 1980. After two divorces, she started dating boyfriend Ebsen for more than three decades.
Career And Net Worth
Donna dreamed of acting since her childhood days. During the time the movie industry was also in the development phase. She began her acting career in 1956 and during that time she appeared in several television shows like The Perry Como Show and various other television series.
Her Net Worth During Last Days
She played her first movie role in 1959's Career, whose Box office earning was $3 million. She collected a high figure of money during her tenure in an acting career.
Though her net worth during late days is not disclosed, some sources report that her net worth was in a hundred thousand dollars.
Donna Douglas' Death
Donna died at the age of 82 on January 1, 2015. She died in Zachary, Louisiana, United States, and is buried in Bluff Creek Cemetery. The cause of her death is pancreatic cancer.