Barbara Sinatra Net Worth
Barbara Sinatra net worth and wealth: Barbara Sinatra was an American showgirl and model who had a net worth of $200 million at the time of her death. Barbara Sinatra was probably most famous for being the wife of Frank Sinatra from 1976 until his death in 1998. She was born in Bosworth, Missouri on March 10, 1927. Her first husband, Robert Harrison Oliver, was an executive affiliated with the Miss Universe pageant. After the birth of her son Bobby, the couple divorced and Barabar started a career in show business as a showgirl in a Las Vegas casino. Also during her "showgirl period" she worked as a fashion model for the famous Mr. Blackwell. After divorcing Oliver, she married the "fourth Marx brother," Zeppo Marx, in 1959. In a somewhat unusual development, her son Bobby actually changed his name to "Bobby Marx" when this marriage took place. Like her first marriage, the marriage to Zeppo ended in divorce, after which she began seeing the legendary crooner Frank Sinatra in the mid 1970s. This marriage was the one that stuck, since they stayed together until his death in 1998. She even converted to Catholicism for Frank. During this union, they started the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center, providing rehabilitative therapy to victims of sexual abuse. It's said that more than 20,000 children have received treatment at this center over the years. At the time of his death, Frank left a relatively small estate worth around $10 million in today's dollars. More importantly, Barbara inherited several estates, including mansions in Beverly Hills, Malibu and Palm Springs. She also inherited the rights to some of Sinatra's most valuable recordings, control of his likeness and his personal possessions.
|Net Worth:||$200 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Oct 16, 1927 - Jul 25, 2017 (89 years old)|
|Profession:||Model, Showgirl, Screenwriter|
|Nationality:||United States of America|