Liza Minnelli Net Worth

Liza Minnelli is an American Actress, Singer and Dancer. Liza Minnelli Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $50 Million. Explore more about Liza Minnelli‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. Her yearly income 6 million and monthly income 0.5 million.

Liza Minnelli Full name Liza May Minnelli. Her nick Name was Liza Minnelli. Liza Minnelli now 76 Years old .

Liza Minnelli Father Vicente Minnelli and Her Mother Judy Garland.

Liza Minnelli Spouse  was  PeterAllen, Jack Haley Jr., Mark Gero, David Gest .

She was born in 12 March 1946  in Los Angeles, California, United states of america.

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Liza’s first professional acting role came at the age of 17 when she took a role in the off-Broadway musical “Best Foot Forward.” The next year, she performed alongside her mother at the London Palladium. By the age of 19, she had booked a leading role in the Broadway musical “Flora the Red Menace.” She won a Tony Award as a result of this performance.

While her acting career was blossoming, Minnelli also nurtured her singing career. While still 19, Liza began to sing at nightclubs all over the country. During the 60s, she recorded a number of albums and continued to release more albums throughout the 70s. In 1989, she teamed up with the Pet Shop Boys to record the album “Results.” The album charted well. During this period, she was nominated for several Grammys. She continues to release successful albums well into the modern era, and in 2010 she released the album “Confessions.”

Minnelli also got started as a film actress during the 60s, and her first credited role was in “Charlie Bubbles” in 1967. Two years later, she booked a role in the film “The Sterile Cuckoo,” playing a nerdy teenager. The performance gained her an Academy Award nomination, and in 1970 she played another interesting character in “Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon.” Although she was gaining quite a reputation with these film roles, her true film breakthrough came in 1972 with “Cabaret.” She played Sally Bowles, the most iconic role of her career. As a result of her performance, she won the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Numerous other awards soon followed.

Although she was at the top of her game after “Cabaret,” her next three films proved to be serious flops at the box office. These were “Lucky Lady,” “New York, New York,” and “A Matter of Time.” That being said, “New York, New York” featured what would become Liza’s signature song. Despite these disappointments, she managed to bounce back with the film “Arthur” in 1981. After these movies Minnelli appeared in fewer film roles. Her sole release of the 90s was “Stepping Out,” and after the year 2000 she appeared in just one film: “The Oh in Ohio.”