Dana Delany Net Worth

What’s the Net Worth of Dana Delany?

Dana’s Bio

Dana Delany is an American actress who is known for playing the role of Georgia Holden in Sweet Surrender (1987), Colleen McMurphy in China Beach (1988-1991). She is famous for her acting skills in films like Light Sleeper (1992), Tombstone (1993), Exit to Eden (1994), The Margaret Sanger Story (1995), Fly Away Home (1996), True Women (1997), Wide Awake (1998), etc.

Delany was born on 13th March, 1956 in New York City in Irish-English family to Mary and Jack Delany. She also has a sister and brother, Corey and Sean respectively. She had joined Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts to complete her higher education. She had a dream to be an actress since her childhood, and played the role of lead character in the school’s spring musical production of South Pacific.

Career Beginning

Dana began her career by appearing in soap operas. After appearing in operas, she moved to Hollywood in order to work in screen. In year 1979, she made her screen debut in a small role of Ryan’s bar patron in Ryan’s Hope. Likewise, she started appearing as guest in different series like Moon Lighting (1985), Magnum, P.I., etc. She also did her first movie as a saleswoman in record store in film, The Fan in 1981. She also had minor roles in movies like Almost You (1984), etc. She got her lead role as sister Ana in Where the River Runs Black in 1986.

In the year 1987, Dana got her prominent role in NBC’s sitcom Sweet Surrender. The series helped her to gain public attention and paid a good salary which contributed in her net worth. Then she appeared as Eve in thirtysomething’s episode “South by Southeast”. Besides, she also portrayed Colleen McMurphy in ABC’s dramatic TV series, China Beach. She played the role from 1988 to 1981 and was a good source of her income.

Moreover, Dana did three movies the same year. She played as Gelina in Patty Hearst, Jenny in Moon over Parador. She also acted as Anne Briscoe in Masquerade. In year 1992, she was seen as Marianne in Light Sleeper and Becky Metcalf in Housesitter. The following year, she appeared as Grace Wyckoff for 5 episodes in Wild Palms. Besides, she starred as Lieutenant Dena Donato in Donato and Daughter. Further, the same year, she played in movie Tombstone and provided her voice for Andrea Beaumont in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm.

1994-Present and Current Net Worth

In 1994, Dana starred as Jill in Garry Marshall’s Exit to Eden. In the same year, she was seen in TV series; Texan and The Enemy Within. Later, she appeared as Helen Fiske in Fallen Angels’s episode “Good Housekeeping”. She also played as Margaret Sanger in Choices of the Heart: The Margaret Sanger Story. Besides, she lent her voice in different TV series like Wing Commander Academy (1996), Superman: The Animated Series (1996-2000), Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man. Further, she also portrayed Susan Barnes in Carroll Ballard’s Fly Away Home. This movie also gave her good salary that contributed in her net worth.

In year 1998, Delany appeared as Mrs. Beal in Wide Awake. She then appeared in TV films like Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Couples (1998), Resurrection (1999), Sirens (1999), Shake, Rattle and Roll: An American Love Story (1999). In year 2006, she did the portrayal of Ellie Cain in NBC’s Kidnapped. She also had a recurring role of Julie in The Comedians in 2015. Recently in 2017, she portrayed the role of Wendy in Ryan Eggold’s Literally, Right Before Aaron.

This talented actress has net worth of $9.3 million of net worth which has been earned through different movies she has played. Besides, she also has been endorsing various brands which provide her good amount of money.

Must Know Facts about Dana Delany

Real Name: Dana Welles Delany
Date of Birth: 13th March, 1956
Profession: Actress, Producer, Presenter and Health Activist
Height: 5′ 6″
Twitter: 134K Followers in Twitter
Net Worth: $9.3 Million

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