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Donna Mills is one of the renowned veterans in the entertainment industry, best known for her role of 'Abby Cunningham' on the long-running primetime soap opera 'Knots Landing.' Her other prominent role came in the soap opera 'Love is a Many Splendored Thing,' in which she starred for three years (from 1967 to 1970). Since her debut on the television show 'The Secret Storm' in 1966, Donna's appeared in several films and television series, with a career spanning over 54 years.
In 1966, Donna Mills also appeared on Broadway in the Woody Allen comedy 'Don't Drink the Water.' She also later starred as 'Tobie Williams,' the girlfriend of Clint Eastwood's character in the 1971 cult film 'Play Misty for Me.' As an actress who's worked in showbiz for over five decades, she also draws curiosity from people who wonder how much money she's made during her career all these years. Below, we take a look at her net worth and earnings and learn how much wealth she holds at present.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, the 79-year-old actress Donna Mills holds an estimated net worth of $9 million as of December 2020. She earned this amount of net worth from her acting career spanning over 54 years, through the earnings from her appearance in numerous television series and movies. So far, she's earned 102 acting credits, as per the data by IMDb.
Donna Mills holds an estimated net worth of $9 million, as of December 2020.
Donna Mills began her acting career on the CBS daytime soap opera 'The Secret Storm' in 1966, in which she played the role of the character' Rocket.' After her part in the series for six months, she made her movie's debut in 'The Incident' in 1967 and co-starred alongside Martin Sheen, Beau Bridges, Ed McMahon, and Thelma Ritter. She also appeared on Broadway in Woody Allen's comedy 'Don't Drink the Water,' as the Sultan of Bashir's wife.
Donna Mills' most prominent role came in 1980 when she got the role of portraying the character Abby Cunningham for the long-running primetime soap opera 'Knots Landing.' She played a role in the series from 1980 to 1989. Her role of scheming, manipulative vixen Abby in the show earned her immense fame, and even Josh Mapes of The Biography Channel listed her in the category '10 Primetime Stars We Love to Hate.'
Donna Mills used to own a mansion in the Beverly Hills area, California, where she lived for nearly 12 years. But she sold the house in 2005, for a price of $3 million, as per an article by Tampa Bay. The house was built during Donna's fifties and underwent remodeling in the early 2000s.
Donna Mills sold her Beverly Hills home for $3 million in 2005.
Source: Rodeo Realty
The house comes with four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a gym, a waterfall, and a pool. The 6,500-square-foot country-style home is situated on an area of 2 acres.
Donna Mills also used to own another house in California. She bought an English-style cottage in L.A.'s Brentwood neighborhood, built by the 'Last Horizon' set designer in 1928. 'The canyon used to be a botanical garden,' she once talked about an incredible feature of the house. 'There's something peaceful about it that I love.'
Donna and her adopted daughter had moved into the L.A. home in 2000. At the time, she had made up her mind that she would live there forever. 'I said, 'This is my forever house,' she said at the time, but of course, she later changed her mind.
Donna Mills was born as Donna Jean Miller on December 11, 1940, in Chicago. She was the daughter of Bernice Miller, a dance teacher, and Frank, a market researcher. During her early years, she attended Garvy Elementary School and later went to Taft High School. Donna was double-promoted at Garvey, so she graduated from Taft at an early age.
Donna Mills was born as Donna Jean Miller in Chicago.
Source: Page Six
Donna Mills attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign after she graduated from high school. At the university, she was a member of the Delta Gamma sorority. After she completed one year of study at the university, Donna left to pursue a dancing career, gaining some early-stage experience when she danced in summer stock productions.
Donna Mills got her first professional acting role was in a production of 'Come Blow Your Horn' at the Drury Lane Theater in Chicago. Afterward, she was cast in a touring production of My Fair Lady, which brought her to New York City.
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