Dorothy Lyman Net Worth

Dorothy Lyman Net Worth

How Much Is Dorothy Lyman's Net Worth?

Dorothy Lyman is an American actress, producer, and director with a net worth of $6 million. Dorothy Lyman gained a big recognition after appearing in the series, "Another World" where she played the role of "Gwen Frame". Lyman is also known for her role as "Opal Sue Gardner" in "All My Children". 

Quick Facts About Dorothy Lyman

Dorothy Lyman's Net Worth$6 Million
Age74 Years
Date of BirthApr 18, 1947
Place of BirthMinneapolis, Minnesota
NationalityUnited States of America
ProfessionActor, Television Director, Television Producer, Film Producer, Film Director

Who Is Dorothy Lyman? Wiki, Age And Family Explored

Dorothy Lyman is an American actress, producer, and director who was born on 18th April 1947 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is a 74 years old bold lady who was born to her father Hector H. Lyman and her mother Violet E.

Dorothy was born and raised in Minneapolis where her father used to work in the stock market as a broker. From a very young age, she always wanted to become an actress.

She was even more motivated during high school where she attended the same school with an actress, Jill Larson who would later succeed her in "All My Children". This was the start of her career in 1970, which started with the auditions for acting projects. She focused more on soap operas as it was the craze at the time.

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Dorothy Lyman's Net Worth And Career

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Dorothy Lyman has a net worth estimated to be over $6 million. She earned her worth being a successful entertainer in the industry since the 1970s. She has earned a lot of wealth from acting, production and directing work behind the scenes.

Dorothy started her career from her first soap project in 1971 from "A World Apart", where she played the role of the flower girl Julie Stark. It was a short-lived show which lasted only for a year but had 300 episodes aired on ABC. The show was a good start for the actress but she took a break from acting for a few years.

She returned later through the long-running soap opera "The Edge of Night" playing a villainous character. The opera was a noted favourite among several celebrities during its time which run from the 1950s to the 1980s. Then, there was a huge change for Dorothy after she played her notable role in the series "All My Children".

Though she was only part of the show for two years, she won two Emmy Awards for the series. She was awarded for Supporting Actress and Outstanding Actress. Then, she played in series like "Tales from the Darkside", "Generations", and "The Bold and the Beautiful", averagely for a year in all the series.

She was then offered a leading role in the show, "Mama's Family" which became an important part of her career. Besides acting, she earned a fortunate wealth being a producer and director. She took on multiple projects. Her important project is "Bob, Bob Blow" where she has made a guest role also.

Is Dorothy Lyman still married?

Dorothy has been married two times till the age of seventy-four. She was married to John Tillinger for the first time in December 1971. They were married for the long 12 years before their divorce. The couple has two children together. John Tillinger is also an actor who is much known for his work as the director of theatrical projects.

On February 8, 1987, Dorothy was again married to Vincent Malle. The two stayed together for 14 years where they were blessed with a child. They filed their divorce in 2001 and settled it within the same year and got separated. After this, Dorothy has been single.

Interesting Facts About Dorothy Lyman

  • Dorothy's most known appearance after "All My Children", are on "Reba", "The Blacklist", "Nanny" and "Mama's Family".
  • Dorothy is active on Instagram with more than 1k followers.
  • She is also known for starring in the movies "Night of the Juggler", "Ruby in Paradise", "Jack the Bear", "Young Goodman Brown", "Dinner and Driving", "Blow", "World Trade Center", "The Northern Kingdom", and "Bad Hurt".