Florence Henderson Net Worth – Florence Henderson is an American actress and singer who has a net worth of $10 million. Born in 1934 in Dale, Indiana, as the youngest of ten kids, she attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. She made her acting debut on stage, with her first Broadway appearance coming in the 1952 production of "Wish You Were Here". In addition to her stage career, Henderson began appearing on TV in commercials for Oldsmobile before landing a weather and news position with "The Today Show". In 1969, Henderson landed the part that made her a household name around America, playing Carol Brady on ABC's "The Brady Bunch". She was a regular on game shows like "Hollywood Squares" and "The $25,000 Pyramid". She hosted her own cooking show, worked as the spokeswoman for a cooking oil and denture cleaner, and landed a cohost role on an NBC talk show from 1999 to 2000. Her Retirement Living TV talk show, "The Florence Henderson Show", was nominated for a 2010 Emmy Award, and she competed on "Dancing with the Stars" alongside Corky Ballas. Other TV and film credits include "The Brady Bunch Hour", "Murder, She Wrote", "A Very Brady Christmas", "Roseanne", "The King of Queens" and "30 Rock". Henderson is a certified hypnotherapist who publicly supports the Sisters of St. Benedict organization. She had four children from her 28-year marriage to Ira Bernstein, which ended in 1985. Her second husband, John Kappas, died in 2002.
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Date of Birth
Feb 14, 1934 (82 years old)
Singer, Actor, Television producer, Hypnotherapist
United States of America
5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)
Florence Agnes Henderson
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