Renowned actress of 1970s Ali MacGraw net worth is about $6 million. Find our her wiki that tells about her height, age, salary, house and facts. Apart from actress, she is also a model who became internationally famed for her role in Love Story, featured in 1970. She is also an author and animal rights activist. She first attracted the attention of the public with the meticulous acting in the movie Goodbye, Columbus that had fetched her the Golden Globe Award for the Most Promising Newcomer. By 1972, she had already been voted as one of the top female box office stars around the globe. The role in the Love Story had also brought her the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama. She had also starred in some of the popular action films like Convoy and the Getaway and comedies like Just Tell Me What You Want. The Winds of War is one of the miniseries that has featured Ali MacGraw.
|Full Name||Elizabeth Alice MacGraw|
|Birth Date||April 1, 1939|
|Height||5.9 feet / 1.77 m|
|Parents||Richard MacGraw and Frances Klein MacGraw|
|Net Worth||$6 Million|
|Source of Income||Acting|
|Ethnicity||Ashkenazi Jewish and Greek|
|Husband||Steve McQueen (1973–1978)
Robert Evans (1969–1973)
Robin Hoen (1961–1962)
Ali, with the birth name Elizabeth Alice Macgraw, was born on 1st April 1939 in Pound Ridge, New York. She had been the daughter of Frances, a pioneer artist and Richard MacGraw, who was of Scottish descent. Ali had a brother by the name of Dick. All of her family members have been artists and been quite famous. She had had 3 spouses – Robin Martin Hoen (1960-62), Robert Evans (1969-72) and Steve McQueen (1973-78). She had a child with Robert Evans, who is named Josh Evans.
Before beginning her career in films and television, she had spent six years with Diana Vreeland as a photographic assistant. She had also been a model at Vogue magazine and an interior decorator. Apart from the movies that had brought her fame, she had also done a yoga video with Eriff Schiffmann, owing to her devotion to Hatha Yoga. She had acted in a few movies, beginning with A Lovely Way to Die in 1968 to Get Bruce in 1999. On television, she had appeared in China Rose and Dynasty and Survive the Savage Sea.
Ali MacGraw had filmed a public service announcement for PETA that requests people not to leave back their pets in times of wildfire. She had also written the foreword to Pawprints of Katrina that had been authored by Cathy Scott. She had always been an animal rights advocate and had received the Humane Education Award for her efforts by the Animal Protection of New Mexico.