Rosemary Forsyth Net Worth

Rosemary Forsyth was born on July 06, 1943 in  Montréal, Québec, Canada, is Actress. A tall, slender, highly attractive blonde, Canadian-born leading lady Rosemary Forsyth was born in Montreal. In the mid 1960s, she was groomed by Universal after a stretch as a model and a sprinkling of small time TV parts. The soft, demure beauty showed quite a bit of promise amid the rugged surroundings as the young ingénue or romantic co-star to a number of top male veterans. James Stewart in Shenandoah (1965), Charlton Heston in The War Lord (1965), and both Dean Martin and Alain Delon in Texas Across the River (1966) all utilized her services in their respective film. Married to actor Michael Tolan at the time, she suddenly took a leave of absence from filming to have a child. While the occasion, of course, was a joyous and fulfilling one, it managed to put a permanent damper on her career. She returned to filming with the so-so film Where It's At (1969) starring Robert Drivas and the very mediocre Dick Van Dyke comedy vehicle Some Kind of a Nut (1969), never again reaching the peak prior to her maternity time off.Rosemary showed up regularly on the small screen, however, in a slew of standard 70s TV-movies and episodic guest roles. On daytime, she took over the role of Laura Horton on Days of Our Lives (1965) from 1976-1980 and also had regular, albeit brief, parts on Santa Barbara (1984) and General Hospital (1963). In recent years, she has popped up as more arch matrons on such popular shows as Monk (2002), NYPD Blue (1993), and Without a Trace (2002). Divorced from Tolan, she later married again.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day July 06, 1943
Birth Place  Montréal, Québec, Canada
Birth Sign Leo
Citizenship United States, Canada
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 1963–2008
Spouse(s) Michael Tolan (? - ?) Ron Waranch (1972 - ?) Alan Skip Horwits (1980 - ?)
Children 1 daughter

💰 Net worth: $2 Million

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In the early 1960s, Forsyth was the second Actress to play Joan Miller on The Defenders. She portrayed Sophia Wayne Capwell on Santa Barbara (1984). She played the fourth Laura Spencer Horton on Days of Our Lives, from 1976–1980, and appeared as Ann McFadden on Dallas (1985).


She made her acting debut in 1963 on the TV series Route 66 as Claire in episode No. 101, "I Wouldn't Start from Here". She made her film debut in 1965 in Shenandoah from Universal Pictures as James Stewart's daughter.


In 1966, Forsyth was nominated for a Golden Globe Award as New Star of the Year-Actress for her work in Shenandoah.


By 1971, she started appearing on television frequently. She starred in a pilot for the television series Is There a Doctor in the House?, about a young city Doctor who moves to the country to work with a crusty older Doctor played by william Windom, but the series was not picked up. From the mid-1970s and on, she worked primarily in television. She was featured in the Columbo television series episode "Murder by the Book," directed by Steven Spielberg. She was also in several episodes of Mannix.


Forsyth was married to actor Michael Tolan. In 1972, she married Ron Waranch. In 1980, she married Alan Skip Horwits.


She guest-starred on such television shows as Fantasy Island, Magnum, P.I., Remington Steele, JAG, Star Trek: Voyager, Murder, She Wrote, Chicago Hope and ER, as well as appearing in the films The Gladiator (1986), A Case for Murder (1993), Exit to Eden (1994), Daylight (1996) and Girl (1998). She had a small but pivotal role in 1994's Disclosure, a film starring Michael Douglas based on a novel by Michael Crichton.