Nancy Dolman Net Worth

Nancy Dolman was born on September 26, 1951 in  Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is Actress. Nancy Dolman was born on September 26, 1951 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as Nancy Jane Dolman. She was an actress, known for Martin Short: Concert for the North Americas (1985), Soap (1977) and It's a Living (1980). She was married to Martin Short. She died on August 21, 2010 in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, California, USA.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day September 26, 1951
Birth Place  Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Age 69 YEARS OLD
Died On August 21, 2010(2010-08-21) (aged 58)\nPacific Palisades, California, U.S.
Birth Sign Libra
Education York Mills Collegiate Institute
Alma mater University of Western Ontario
Occupation Comic actress, singer
Years active 1970–1985
Television Soap
Spouse(s) Martin Short (1980–2010; her death)
Children Katherine Elizabeth (b. 1983) Oliver Patrick (b. 1986) Henry (b. 1989)

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1970

Dolman was born in Toronto. Her brother is Director Bob Dolman. Dolman performed in the Canadian Rock Theatre production of Jesus Christ Superstar in the early 1970s, which travelled to Las Vegas and Los Angeles, and recorded an album with the group at MGM while they were in Los Angeles.

1980

In 1980, she married fellow Canadian actor Martin Short, whom she had met during the run of the 1972 Toronto production of Godspell. Dolman was Gilda Radner's understudy. Dolman attended high school at York Mills Collegiate Institute in Toronto, and held a Bachelor's degree in philosophy from the University of Western Ontario.

1983

Dolman and Short adopted three children: Katherine Elizabeth (born 1983), a graduate of New York University; Oliver Patrick (born 1986), a graduate of the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business; and Henry Hayter (born 1989), who also graduated from the University of Notre Dame in May 2012.

1985

Dolman retired from show Business in 1985 to be a homemaker and full-time mother to her children. A profile of the couple appeared in the February 1987 issue of Vogue. The family made their home in Pacific Palisades, California. Dolman and Short also kept a vacation home in Lake Muskoka, Ontario.

2010

Dolman was suffering from ovarian cancer and died on August 21, 2010, in Pacific Palisades, California. She was 58 years old. According to the Los Angeles County Coroner, she died of natural causes. Dolman's remains were cremated and her ashes were scattered from the dock of the Short family cottage, onto the waters of Lake Rosseau, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada.