Nita Talbot Net Worth
Nita Talbot is an American actress best known for her roles in movies and television shows such as The Thin Man, Mannix and Hogan’s Heroes. Additionally, she has performed in a variety of Broadway productions.
Born August 8th 1930 in New York City, United States. She currently stands 89 years old with an estimated net worth of $4 Million as of 2020 and lives in Beverly Hills California where she retired as an actress.
Talbot enjoyed an extensive career, appearing in over 120 films and television shows. She made regular appearances in Studio One in Hollywood’s first season as well as guest starring roles on Perry Mason during 1958-1959. She was also cast in two episodes of ‘The Thin Man’ as con artist ‘Beatrice/Blondie Collins’ and later played Susan Reed (an actress) from 1957-1959 in Mike Hammer. Talbot made her name playing Russian spy Marya on Hogan’s Heroes from 1966-1971, earning a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Additionally, she has appeared as multiple characters on long-running soap operas like ‘Search for Tomorrow’, ‘Mannix” and ‘General Hospital”.
Since her long and distinguished career began in 1967, she has been nominated for numerous awards and won some. Additionally, in 1996 she was honored with induction into the American Theatre Hall of Fame.
She has enjoyed both an acting and music career; writing and recording several albums to sell over 1 Million records worldwide.
Talbot is an advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken openly about her struggle with depression and anxiety. Additionally, she works hard on HIV awareness campaigns – in 2012 receiving the AIDS Foundation’s Distinguished Service Award in recognition of her efforts.
She enjoys reading and playing cards in her free time at her modest Beverly Hills home with friends and family nearby. Additionally, she has become active in animal rights efforts by donating funds and foster animals – being an ASPCA member herself and owning Lily as her pet cat! She has one daughter and two grandchildren. Additionally, she attended the University of Southern California School of the Arts before joining Screen Actors Guild as a member. Since 1993, she has served on the board of directors for Los Angeles Film Critics Association and founded International Cinema Women’s Alliance. Additionally, she has directed and produced TV commercials as well as volunteering at charity events. She is an advocate for AIDS awareness and has raised funds to assist those with this illness. Her great personality makes her a delight to be around; she inspires all who meet her; yet remains humble and affectionate throughout.