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Debbie Reynolds
Debbie Reynolds
Debbie Reynolds info
Born: 1 April, 1932
Birth Name: Mary Frances Reynolds
Height: 1.57 (5' 2")
Nickname: Princess Leia's Mom / Frannie / Aba Dabba
Spouse: Richard Hamlett (25 May 1984 – May 1996) (divorced)
Harry Karl (25 November 1960 – 1973) (divorced)
Eddie Fisher (26 September 1955 – May 1959) (divorced) 2 children
Awards: Nominated for Oscar. Another 26 wins & 18 nominations
Known for: The Big Lebowski , In & Out , Rugrats in Paris , Heaven & Earth , Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and more.
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Debbie Reynolds biography

This block contains the information about Debbie Reynolds and provides an insight into the life of the celebrity. From here you can also learn when, how and why the profession of an actor was chosen. Some interesting facts are waiting for you here.

Marie Francis “Debbie” Reynolds was born in the beginning of April 1932; she was born in El Paso, she was the second child in her family. When she was young she participated in the scaut moving, where she was the leader of the group. In 1939 her family has relocated to Burbank where she entered the John’s Burrows High School. By the time she was sixteen she won on the Beauty conted and soon after that she was offered to sign a contract with Warner Brothers Studio. In the cinema her carrier started from performing mostly in the comedies, later she became more popular after the release of the movie “Singing under the tree” in which she has shown her great vocal performance. In 1951 her song has entered the hit chart of the country and was placed on the third place. Later she released a few other songs that have become quite famous. And one of them has entered the musical in which she performed and which has brought her an Oscar award. Debbie was married for three times. In 1955 she married with Eddie Fisher, from whom she bore a daughter- Carrie (later she followed her mother’s footsteps and became an actress as well). They divorced in 1959 after a huge scandal which was connected with the story of her husband’s affair with Elizabeth Taylor. Since 1960- till 1973 she was married with a millionaire Harry Carl (she dumped him after he bankrupted). Her first husband has become the real estate agent Richard Hamlett.
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Debbie Reynolds filmography

Here you can learn about the movies Debbie Reynolds acted in. You can see the names of the movies, their budget, years of release and the money gained from the screening of the certain movie. It is always interesting to know.

Movies & Videos Budget Year Opening weekend US box Office
In & Out - Berniece Brackett $35M 1997 $15M $63.8M
Heaven & Earth - Eugenia $33M 1993 $5.86M
Rugrats in Paris - Lulu Pickles (voice) $30M 2000 $22.7M $76.5M
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - Herself (voice), Soundtrack (performer: "Tammy") $18.5M 1998 $4.34M $10.6M
The Big Lebowski - Soundtrack (performer: "Tammy") $15M 1998 $5.53M $17.4M
How the West Was Won - Lilith Prescott, Soundtrack (performer: "Raise a Ruckus", "What Was Your Name in The States?", "Home in the Meadow") $15M 1962 $12.2M
Singin' in the Rain - Kathy Selden, Soundtrack (performer: "Singin' in the Rain" (1929) (uncredited), "All I Do Is Dream of You" (1934) (uncredited), "You Were Meant For Me" (1929) (uncredit $2.54M 1952
That's Entertainment! III (documentary) - Herself - Co-host/Narrator (also archive footage), Soundtrack (performer: "You Are My Lucky Star" (1935) (uncredited), "A Lady Loves" (1953) (uncredited) $2.5M 1994 $275K
The Catered Affair - Jane Hurley $1.01M 1956
The Mating Game - Mariette Larkin 1959
Tammy and the Bachelor - Tambrey 'Tammy' Tyree, Soundtrack (performer: "Tammy") 1957
The Affairs of Dobie Gillis - Pansy Hammer, Soundtrack (performer: "You Can't Do Wrong Doin' Right" (uncredited), "All I Do Is Dream of You" (uncredited), "Believe Me If All Those Endearing 1953
Say One for Me - Holly LeMaise aka Conroy 1959
The Rat Race - Peggy Brown 1960
The Gazebo - Nell Nash, Soundtrack (performer: "Something Called Love") 1959
The Tender Trap - Julie Gillis 1955
It Started with a Kiss - Maggie Putnam 1959
Bundle of Joy - Polly Parish 1956
Hit the Deck - Carol Pace, Soundtrack (performer: "A Kiss or Two" (1927) (uncredited), "Ciribiribin" (1898) (uncredited), "Why, Oh Why?" (1927) (uncredited), "Join the Navy" (1927) (uncredited), "Loo- 1955
This Happy Feeling - Janet Blake 1958
Salary

We always wonder how much actors are paid for their work. Everything depends on a movie. The list below provides you with the information about Debbie Reynolds salary for the roles played in certain movies.

Movie Year Salary
Bundle of Joy 1956 $150,000
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The Opening of the Academy Awards: 1978 Oscars

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