Debbie Allen Net Worth

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Debbie Allen net worth:
$3 Million

Debbie Allen net worth: Debbie Allen is an American actress, dancer, singer, choreographer, and director who has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Debbie Allen was born in Houston, Texas, and graduated from Howard University with degrees in Greek Literature, Speech, and Theater. An excellent dancer, she made her Broadway debut dancing in the chorus in the musical, "Purlie". She went on to star in the musical, "Raisin", and to receive Tony nominations for her performances as Anita in the 1980 revival of "West Side Story", and Charity in the 1986 Broadway production of "Sweet Charity". She became a household name appearing as Lydia Grant in the television series, "Fame". She also directed and choreographed many of the show's episodes, and won two Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe for her choreography. She won a third Emmy Award for Choreography for the "Motown 25th Anniversary Special". She has gone on to direct and choreograph for multiple award-winning theater, television, and film productions. She also runs her own dance school in Atlanta, Georgia. She is also a guest judge on "So You Think You Can Dance".

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Debbie Allen

Debbie Allen

Actor
Date of Birth
Jan 16, 1950
Profession
Actor, Television producer, Television Director, Choreographer, Dancer, Film Producer, Film director, Author
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 1 in (1.57 m)
Nicknames
Deborrah Kaye Allen, Deborrah Kaye “Debbie” Allen, Deborah Allen, Debra Allen

Debbie Allen Earnings

  • A Different World
    $1,000,000
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