Sandy Duncan Age Height Husband Biography Net Worth

Sandy Duncan

Age77 years (.2023)
Height5 feet 7 inches
ProfessionAmerican actress
Weight65 kg – 143 lbs
Birthday20 February

Sandy Duncan’s Parent’s Family

FatherSylvia Wynne Duncan
MotherMancil Ray Duncan
Brothername yet to be uploaded
SisterRobyn Duncan

Sandy Duncan’s Relationship

Affairs/BoyfriendDon Correia, Thomas Calcaterra, Bruce Scott
Husband/SpouseDon Correia (m. 1980), Thomas Calcaterra (m. 1973–1979), Bruce Scott (m. 1968–1972)
SonsJeffrey Correia, Michael Correia
Daughtername yet to be uploaded

Sandy Duncan’s BioData

Real NameSandra Kay Duncan
Nick NameSandra Duncan
FamousAmerican actress
Zodiac SignPisces
Date of Birth20 February 1946

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HometownHenderson, Texas, United States
HobbiesTraveling, Singing, playing cricket
Awards/CasteDrama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance, Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Performances

Sandy Duncan’s Source of money

Net worth$1 MIllion – $5 MIllion (.approx)
salary$1 MIllion (.approx)
Income$12 MIllion (.approx)
Appeared In The Cat from Outer Space, The Fox, and the Hound, The Million Dollar Duck,…
Source Source Of Income acting

Sandy Duncan’s Physical fitness

Eye colorThe Color of the Eye is dark brown
Hair colorThe Color of Hair is Black
bodyThe body Complexion is slim
skin colourThe Skin Color is fair
BodyThe Body Measurement is 34-25-32 inches

Sandy Duncan’s Physical state

Marital Status/DateMarried
BirthplaceHenderson, Texas, United States
Height F5 feet 7 inches
Height m1.73 in meter
Height cm173 in centimeter

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Sandy Duncan’s Qualification

EducationQualification Graduation
Collegecollege name N/A
UniversityUniversity name N/A
Schoolschool name N/A

Sandy Duncan’s Address

CountryUnited States
TownTown name N/A
EthnicityEthnicity name N/A
Old cityN/A
Address cityHenderson, Texas, United States

Sandy Duncan’s Favorites

FoodFast Food
ActorFavorites Actor Shah Rukh KhanAhad RazaElon Musk
Actress Favorites Actress Mahira KhanAkshaya Deodhar
Sportstennis, football, basketball, cricket
SongFavorites Songs N/A

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Sandy Duncan’s Personal Information

Sandra Kay Duncan is an American actress, comedian, dancer, and singer.

She is known for her performances in the Broadway revival of Peter Pan and in the sitcom The Hogan Family. Duncan has been nominated for three Tony Awards, two Emmy Awards, and two Golden Globe Awards.

Duncan was born on 20 February 1946, in Henderson, Texas, to Sylvia and Mancil Ray Duncan, a gas station owner. She and her sister Robyn were raised in Tyler, Texas, near Henderson.

Duncan started her entertainment career at age 12, working in a local production of The King and I for $150 a week.

In the late 1960s, Duncan was an unknown actress in Los Angeles when she was selected for a part in a commercial for United California Bank, portraying a bank teller who finds it impossible to pronounce the Greek name of the customer ‘Nicholas H. Janopaparopoulos’, despite several tries.

She then apologetically asks, ‘Do you mind if I just call you ‘Nick’?’ In 1968, she spent a brief time acting in the soap opera Search for Tomorrow.

In 1970, she was named one of the ‘most promising faces of tomorrow’ by Time magazine.

Also that year, she starred in the Broadway revival of The Boy Friend, for which she received favorable reviews.

Duncan made her feature film debut co-starring opposite Dean Jones in the Walt Disney family comedy The Million Dollar Duck.

She was then cast as ‘Amy Cooper in the Paramount film version of Star Spangled Girl, based on the Broadway play by Neil Simon. Both movies performed poorly at the box office.

In the autumn of 1971, Duncan starred as ‘Sandy Stockton’ in the CBS sitcom Funny Face.

The program was put on the Saturday night prime-time schedule between All in the Family and The New Dick Van Dyke Show.

Critics dismissed the show, but praised Duncan, especially the TV Guide columnist Cleveland Amory, who described her as ‘a wonderful comedienne’.

Meanwhile, shortly after the premiere, Duncan underwent surgery to remove a benign brain tumor behind her left optic nerve.

As a result, she lost vision in the eye, but it was not replaced with a prosthetic eye, as some urban myths claim.

She lost vision in her left eye, but because the eye still tracked with her right eye, Duncan and her doctors elected to leave her natural eye in the place.

Though Duncan’s recovery from the operation was rapid, CBS suspended production on the show until the following year, after the 12th installment had been filmed: the original series pilot served as the 13th episode.

At first, Nielsen ratings for Funny Face were low, ranking in the lower 50s: eventually, they climbed up to #17, and it was deemed the best-liked new show of that television season.

For all her efforts, Duncan received a nomination for an Emmy Award for ‘Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series.

In September 1972, the program returned as The Sandy Duncan Show, with a revised format and new writers: it also had a new time slot, on Sunday at 8:30 p.m.

Critical reaction to the show was similar to that for Funny Face but without the strong Saturday night lead-in of All in the Family the ratings sank.

After 13 episodes, CBS canceled the series. In 1976, Duncan played the title role in a TV musical adaptation of Pinocchio, which featured Danny Kaye as ‘Geppetto’ and Flip Wilson as ‘the Fox’.

She also guest-starred in a first-season episode of The Muppet Show where, contrary to common misconception, she was not the first to be karate-chopped by Miss Piggy, but she did share a raucous moment recollecting ‘The Banana Sketch’ with Fozzie Bear. Next, for her performance as ‘Missy Anne Reynolds’ in the miniseries Roots, she earned another Emmy nomination.

It was then that she went back to Broadway for many years. In 1979, her run in the title role in Peter Pan won her many accolades.

She also had replacement roles in My One and Only and Chicago.

Duncan was nominated for a Tony Award three times: in 1969, as ‘Featured Actress (Musical)’ in Canterbury Tales: in 1971, as ‘Best Actress (Musical)’ in The Boy Friend: and in 1980, as ‘Best Actress (Musical)’ in Peter Pan.

In 1972, an animated version of Duncan appeared in ‘Sandy Duncan’s Jekyll and Hyde, an episode of the CBS Saturday morning cartoon The New Scooby-Doo Movies.

In 1976, she guest-starred on The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman playing the role of Gillian in ‘The Return of Bigfoot’ episodes.

She was also the guest star in a first-season episode of The Muppet Show that year.

In 1978, she starred in Disney’s The Cat from Outer Space alongside Ken Berry, Harry Morgan, and Roddy McDowall.

From the mid-1970s through the 1980s, Duncan was the commercial spokesperson for the promotion of Nabisco’s Wheat Thins crackers.

In 1981, she voiced Vixey in The Fox and the Hound. In 1984, she starred in a song and dance review called 5-6-7-8…

Dance! at Radio City Music Hall and provided voice work for the My Little Pony television special Rescue at Midnight Castle as Firefly and Applejack.

From 1986 to 1987, she reprised her role as Firefly in the My Little Pony ‘n Friends TV series.

In 1987, she joined the cast of NBC’s Valerie’s Family after Valerie Harper was dismissed from the sitcom.

Duncan starred as the matriarch’s sister-in-law, Sandy Hogan, who moved in with her brother Mike and his three sons to help raise the family after Valerie Hogan’s death.

Duncan remained with the series through its cancellation in 1991.

In 1988, she worked on the first three Barney and the Backyard Gang children’s videos.

Duncan was asked to take part in the Barney & Friends television series but declined the offer.

In 1991, she voiced Peepers the mouse in the Don Bluth film Rock-a-Doodle.

In 1994, she voiced Queen Uberta in the Richard Rich film The Swan Princess.

In 2003, she appeared in the rotating cast of the Off-Broadway staged reading of Wit & Wisdom.

In May 2008, she performed one of the lead roles in the musical No, No, Nanette: a production of the City Center’s annual Encores! series.

In April 2009, she performed the lead role in the play Driving Miss Daisy at Casa Manana Theatre in Fort Worth, Texas.

In September 2009, she played the lead role in Tennessee Williams’ play The Glass Menagerie at the Mountain Playhouse in Jennerstown, Pennsylvania.

She has also been in many traveling stage productions, including The King and I.

On February 12, 2016, Duncan took the role of Madame du Maurier in the Broadway production of Finding Neverland.

On February 17, the show’s producers announced that she would take a temporary leave of absence due to family obligations.

Questions About Sandy Duncan

How did Sandy Duncan lose her eye?

Trivia (10) There was a punk alternative band called Sandy Duncan’s Eye. She lost sight in her left eye due to a tumor behind the eye which damaged the optic nerve. Despite rumors, she does not have a glass eye.

Did Sandy Duncan pass away?

Sandra Kay Duncan is an American actress, comedian, dancer, and singer.

What is Sandy Duncan doing now?

Today, Sandy Duncan has developed a new perspective on life, if you will. She lives in Los Angeles with her third husband, Don Correia, and their two young sons, and stars in an NBC television series, ‘The Hogan Family.’ Like a lot of American women, she’s trying to combine both motherhood and a career.

Did Sandy Duncan go blind?

A Duncan lost sight of her left eye after the removal of a tumor behind it in 1972 when she was 26. Because the eye still moved in concert with her remaining eye, the sightless eye was not replaced.

Is Sandy Duncan on Shark Tank?

David Gordon on Twitter; ‘Hear me out. A musical version of SHARK TANK, starring Sandy Duncan as Barbara Corcoran” / Twitter.

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