Diana Bellamy Net Worth

Diana Bellamy was born on September 19, 1943 in  Los Angeles, California, United States, is Actress. Plump and personable character actress Diana Alice Bellamy was born on September 19, 1943 in Los Angeles, California. Bellamy graduated with a master's degree in Fine Arts from Southern Methodist University in 1970. She began her acting career in puppet theater in her native Los Angeles. Diana had memorable small roles as a sassy whorehouse madam in "Outrageous Fortune," a sharp-tongued secretary in "Outbreak," and a sarcastic White House switchboard operator in "Air Force One." Bellamy was very funny as the cranky Mrs. Pennington in "The Nest" and gave an excellent performance as Tim Daly's loyal secretary Grace Woods in "Spellbinder." She had recurring parts as head nurse Maggie Poole on "13 East" and Mrs. Cha-Cha Rimba Starkey on "Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad." Among the many TV shows Diana made guest appearances on are "Married with Children," "Melrose Place," "Nash Bridges," "Wings," "Murphy Brown," "Baywatch," "Quantom Leap," "Alien Nation," "Family Ties," "Newhart," "Hunter," "The Fall Guy," "Hill Street Blues," and "T.J. Hooker." Outside of her film and television credits, Bellamy did a substantial amount of stage acting: She not only did three seasons with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, but also acted in productions of such plays as "Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You" (as the title character), "The House of Blue Leaves," and "The Skin of Our Teeth." Despite suffering from cancer, diabetes, and blindness in the last five years of her life, Diana nonetheless continued to act: She portrayed the blind Principal Cecelia Hall on the TV series "Popular," made a guest appearance on an episode of "Diagnosis Murder," and played the crippled Mrs. Nichols in a stage production of "The Ladies of the Corridor." Bellamy died at age 57 from cancer at her home in Valley Village, California on June 17, 2001.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day September 19, 1943
Birth Place  Los Angeles, California, United States
Died On June 17, 2001(2001-06-17) (aged 57)\nValley Village, California, U.S.
Birth Sign Libra
Occupation Actress
Years active 1970-2001
Spouse(s) never married

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Bellamy was born on September 19, 1943, in Los Angeles, California. Her family had ties to the establishment of Early Virginia and her father, Victor "Vic" Bellamy, was a Juilliard graduate and opera singer who later became a local Western actor. She attended Southern Methodist University (SMU) from which she graduated with a fine arts masters degree in 1970. She began her career with her own puppet theatre in her native Los Angeles and later began working professionally on the stage. Some of her stage work consists of appearances in The House of Blue Leaves at the Pasadena Playhouse, The Skin of Our Teeth at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego and the title role in Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You at Theater Geo in Los Angeles, and the handicapped Mrs. Nichols in Dorothy Parker’s The Ladies of the Corridor at the Tamarind Theater. In 1986, the Los Angeles Times wrote that she became her character of a snake handler in Talking With... (1986). "This is not an Actress," they wrote, "this is a swamp woman holding a box with holes in it." She was praised in her role of Sister Mary in Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You at Theatre Geo in 1994. The Los Angeles Times wrote, "When Bellamy is good, she is very, very good."


She died from cancer at her home in Valley Village, California, three months later on June 17, 2001, at the age of 57. A memorial Service was held for Bellamy on July 7, 2001, at the Court Theater in West Hollywood, California, and her cremains were scattered in the Pacific Ocean. Bellamy, in her own words, said of her health in a 1999 interview, "I had tried crying and being in a snit about blindness, but that was real boring. I've learned to live with it as best I can, and I feel very blessed that this has happened."