Is Mitzi Gaynor dead or alive? Net Worth, Age, Bio

Is Mitzi Gaynor dead or alive? What is Mitzi Gaynor Net Worth net worth? We will get to know this and many others in the course of this journey. First, you should know that Mitzi Gaynor is very much alive. Her net worth is estimated to be 50 million dollars.

Who Is Mitzi Gaynor ?

Mitzi Gaynor is an American actress, singer/songwriter, actress and dancer. She was born as Francesca Marlene de Czanyi von Gerber on the 4th of September, 1931 (which makes her 92 years old) in Illinois.

Her mother was a dancer while her father was a violinist, cellist, and music director. As a result of her father’s second marriage, Mitzi became stepsister to Donald Walter Duncan who was a Vietnam war veteran and popular antiwar activist.

At a tender age, she moved with her family to Elgin, Illinois after which they moved to Detroit, Michigan. At age 11, her family moved again but this time to Los Angeles. While in Los Angeles, she began singing with the Civic Light Opera at 13 years old. She attended Le Conte Junior High in Hollywood, which was possible because she falsified her address.

On the 18th of November 1954, Gaynor got married to Jack Bean who was both a talent agent and a public relations executive in San Francisco. They lived in Northern Arden Drive in Beverly Hill, California.

This happened immediately after she had been released from 20th Century Fox with four years left on the contract which was a seven-year contract. Bean resigned from his MCA job shortly after their marriage and began his publicity firm which was called “Bean and Rose, he also became Graynor’s manager.

Unfortunately, they had no child in the union. Later in 2006, Bean died following a pneumonia diagnosis at 84 years of age. Nevertheless, he ensured to have properly and adequately played his role as not just a husband but also a competent manager to Gaynor his wife.

A replacement of Gaynor’s manager (her late husband) is not known although she could still pull through, doing excellent at her job

In The American Entertainment Industry


Gaynor has bagged a lot of achievements in the entertainment industry, ranging from her albums to nomination, movies and then TV shows she made appearances in. Let us quickly break these achievements in simpler categories.

  1. Albums: Sings the Lyrics of Ira Gershwin, That Certain Feeling, Mitzi, Mitzi (Special Edition), Broadway Musicals – South Pacific, South Pacific / That Certain Feeling, Mitzi Gaynor Serreings, Remember, “Mitzi” & “Sings the Lyrics of IRA Gershwin”
  2. Nominations:  Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
  3. Movies:  South Pacific, Les Girls, There’s No Business Like Show Business, Anything Goes, The Joker Is Wild, Golden Girl, Bloodhounds of Broadway, We’re Not Married!, Surprise Package, My Blue Heaven, The I Don’t Care Girl, Happy Anniversary, Take Care of My Little Girl, The Birds and the Bees, Three Young … 
  4. TV shows: Mitzi and a Hundred Guys, Mitzi…Roarin’ in the ’20s, The Donald O’Connor Show

Mitsi Gaynor’s Yearly Television Specials

  • The Kraft Music Hall: The Mitzi Gaynor Christmas Show (1967) (NBC)
  • Mitzi (1968) (NBC)
  • Mitzi’s 2nd Special (1969) (NBC)
  • Mitzi…The First Time (1973) (CBS)
  • Mitzi…A Tribute to the American Housewife (1974) (CBS)
  • Mitzi…and a Hundred Guys (1975) (CBS)
  • Mitzi…Roarin’ In the 20’s (1976) (CBS)
  • Mitzi…Zings Into Spring (1977) (CBS)
  • Mitzi…What’s Hot, What’s Not (1978) (CBS)
  • Mitzi Gaynor: Razzle Dazzle! The Special Years (2008) (PBS)

Mitsi Gaynor’s movies for Paramount

Anything Goes (1956)

The Birds and the Bees (1956)

The Lady Eve (1941)

The Joker is Wild (1957)

Les Girls (1957)

Has Mitzi Gaynor Retired?
Mitzi Gaynor has made a remarkable impact in the American entertainment industry which has led to her popularity and great lifestyle. Her net worth is about 10 million dollars… That is huge yeah?

Although Mitzi’s fans cannot get enough of her, it is believed that she retired at age 70 from the entertainment industry. Gower Champion in one of his interviews about Mitzi had this beautiful thing to say of her; “The trouble with Mitzi is nobody can peg her. She doesn’t do just one thing well. She does it all.” So call her whatever you want, but don’t call her vanilla.

We’re not getting any younger. But in a time of global, financial and medical disaster, she’s the apple a day to cure whatever ails you. Her vibrant, vivacious zest for life provides musical justification for bringing almost everyone in the room to their feet with screaming ovations. Creative, daring, innovative, glamorous, colossal and one of a kind, Mitzi Gaynor is the real deal. She still razzles. She still dazzles. And she’s still here. Run don’t walk, and catch her while you can.

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