Beverly D’Angelo

Facts of Beverly D’Angelo

Full Name:Beverly D’Angelo
Born Date:15 Nov 1951
Age:70 years
Horoscope:Scorpio
Gender:Female
Profession:Actress, Voiceover Artist, former singer
Country:The United States of America
Height:5 feet 2 inches (1.57m)
Marital Status:divorce
Married Date:September 8, 1981
HusbandLorenzo Salviati
Break UpAl Pacino
Net Worth$20M
Birth PlaceUpper Arlington, Ohio
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityMixed
EducationOhio State University
FatherEugene Constantino
MotherPriscilla Ruth
SiblingsThree(Jeff, Tim, and Tony)
KidsTwo(Olivia Pacino and Anton James Pacino)

The National Lampoon’s Vacation movie series is where Beverly Heather D’ Angelo, an American singer and actress, is best known for portraying Ellen Griswold. She has acted in over 60 movies and television shows, such as Lady-Like, High Spirits, Lighting Jack, American History X, Cougar Town, Shooter, Under the Bed, and American History X. In addition to her impressive career, Beverly is well-known for her close friendships. The one and only Al Pacino was the subject of her most well-known relationship. The couple had twins together through IVF and dated from 1997 to 2003.

Daughter of a Bass Player and a Violinist

In Columbus, Ohio, United States, Beverly D’Angelo was born on November 15, 1951. She is of mixed ancestry and nationality, being an American. She is the child of Eugene Constantino D’Angelo and Priscilla Ruth (father).

Her father is an Italian-American bass player and television station manager, while her mother plays the violin. She went to Ohio’s Upper Arlington High School. The three brothers she has are Tony, Tim, and Jeff. Before beginning her acting career, the actor worked as an illustrator for the Hanna Barbara Studios.

Career

Caption: Beverly with the cast of ‘Vacation'(Source: Fanpage of Beverly)

When, In 1976, D’Angelo made her theatrical debut in the Broadway production of Rockabye Hamlet. In the miniseries Captains and the Kings, she made her television debut. Later in 1988, she made an appearance in the movie Annie Hall.

Beverly D’Angelo has supporting parts in a number of popular films, including Hair, Coal Miner’s Daughter, and Every Which Way. She also portrayed Patsy Cline in Caol Miner’s Daughter in 1980, for which she received a Golden Globe nomination.

Angelo became well-known for her performance as Ellen Griswold in National Lampoon’s Vacation. She got to play the same part in the sequels and in several additional sequels as well.

Her well-known roles include Simpatico, The John List Story, Streetcar Named Desire, Slow Burn, Judgment Day, and Sweet Temptation. She is most known for her roles as Lurleen Lumpkin in The Simpsons and Rebecca Balthus on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

Additionally, Beverly D’Angelo played Barbar Miller in the independent film Gamers: The Movie on the HBO sitcom Entourage. She also made an appearance on Black Water Transit and in the movie Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay.

Otherwise, Angelo co-starred with Jason Schwartzman, Talia Shire, and Johnny Simmons in the 2016 drama picture Dreamland.

However, she made an appearance in the 2017 drama picture Wakefield, which also starred Bryan Cranston, Jennifer Garner, Jason O’Mara, and D’Angelo. While, she had an appearance in the comedy The Unicorn in March 2018. Also, the actress is a living testament to how diverse and energetic an actor she is even in her sixties.

 The net worth of D’Angelo

According to the website Celebrity Net Worth, D’Angelo is thought to be worth $20 million. She has also accumulated a sizable sum of money over the course of her three-decade career. Over $7 billion has been made at the box office globally thanks to her movies.

When, she has starred in each of the five Vacation movies, which have grossed $2.99 billion worldwide. She also appeared in Accidental Love in 2015, which brought in $135,436.

Afterward, Beverly D’Angelo played a supporting role in the drama Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead The Story from 2015, which earned $62,684 at the box office.

although, the box office takes for her 2017 movie Wakefield was $747,047.

She spent $2.5 million on a five-bedroom home in Beverly Hills, California, in 2005. Up until September 2017, when she sold the home for $2.795 million, she continued to live there. In addition to her work on films and television shows, the actress also made a good living as a singer. But, her million-dollar net worth allows her to live a luxurious lifestyle.

after the passing of his boyfriend Anton Furst, Al Pacino began dating

D’Angelo is not currently involved in a relationship or wed to a husband. Since there is no information available about the actress’s current romantic relationships, it is assumed that she is single. She was, however, previously wed to Don Lorenzo Salviati, an Italian, from 1981 to 1995. They didn’t have a child together. She also had a love relationship with Anton Furst, an English production designer. They began dating in 1987, but sadly, Furst’s suicide in 1991 brought an end to their love. D’Angelo dated Neil Jordan for a while after his demise.

She began dating actor and director Al Pacino in 1996, but their relationship ended in 2003. Though IVF allowed the couple to have twins, a son and a daughter, who were born on January 25, 2001.

She was 49 years old when she gave birth to twins. The former couple fought about who should get custody of their then two-year-old children after their divorce. Also, Pacino even sued his ex-girlfriend for joint custody and unrestricted visitation in a family court in New York City.

Fortunately, they were able to resolve their differences and decide to share parenting responsibilities. Along with the twins, Pacino and acting teacher Jan Tarrant have a daughter together named Julie Marie.

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