Barbara Windsor - Famous Voice Actor

Barbara Windsor Net Worth


Famous British actress Barbara Windsor had a net worth of $13 million at the time of her death in 202 at the age of 83. Her wealth was primarily built on her career that included acting in ten films of the popular ‘Carry On’ series, winning Best Actress award at the British Soap Awards in 1999, and receiving a Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical in 1965 for her work on Broadway.

Key facts:

  • Barbara Windsor was a British actress.
  • She was widely recognized for her portrayal as Peggy Mitchell in the TV series EastEnders on BBC One.
  • Windsor was awarded Best Actress at the British Soap Awards in 1999 and received a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009.
  • She starred in numerous 'Carry On' films and appeared in Too Hot to Handle, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and Alice in Wonderland.
  • She received a Tony Award in 1965 for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her performance in Oh, What a Lovely War!.

Basic Information About Barbara Windsor

CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Actors
ProfessionsActor, Voice Actor
Net worth$13,000,000
Date of birth1937-08-06
Place of birthShoreditch
Date of death2020-12-10 (aged 83)
NationalityUnited Kingdom
Curiosities and TrademarksHer bubbly laugh (which must be heard to be appreciated)
Platinum blonde hair
Sparkling blue eyes
Voluptuous figure
Petite frame
SpouseScott Mitchell - (8 AprilΒ 2000 - 10 DecemberΒ 2020)Β (her death)
12 April - Stephen Hollings (Β 1986 - 1995)Β (divorced)
Ronnie Knight - (2 MarchΒ 1964 - 1985)Β (divorced)
Height4 ft 11 in (1.5 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ IMDb

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Barbara Windsor roles

Movie / Series Role
Alice in WonderlandDormouse (voice)
Alice Through the Looking GlassMallymkun (voice)
Chitty Chitty Bang BangBlonde
Doctor WhoPeggy Mitchell 1 episode, 2006
Who Do You Think You Are?Self 1 episode, 2006
Come Fly with MeBarbara Windsor 1 episode, 2011
Whodunnit?Panelist / ... 1 episode, 1973
Bo' Selecta!Self 1 episode, 2002
Good Morning BritainSelf / ... 4 episodes, 2014-2020
Loose WomenSelf 2 episodes, 2010-2018
Worzel GummidgeSaucy Nancy 4 episodes, 1980
The One ShowSelf / ... 3 episodes, 2010-2016

Barbara Windsor's Movie/Shows Salary

Movie / Series Salary
The Rag TradeΒ (1961)Β£50 per episode
Carry on SpyingΒ (1964)Β£4,000
Carry On DoctorΒ (1967)Β£1,500
Carry On CampingΒ (1969)Β£3,000
Carry on Again DoctorΒ (1969)Β£2,000
Carry on HenryΒ (1971)Β£2,000
Carry on MatronΒ (1972)Β£2,400
Carry on AbroadΒ (1972)Β£2,500
Carry on GirlsΒ (1973)Β£3,000
Carry on DickΒ (1974)Β£3,000
Carry on Laughing!Β (1975)Β£900 per episode
EastEndersΒ (1985)Β£360,000 (2006)

Barbara Windsor's Quotes

  • It's amazing, fantastic. It's spot on and absolutely sensational. - On her Madame Tussaud's wax works model
  • We didn't get a lot of money and we did always seem to be doing outside shots in winter but it paid the mortgage and I loved it. - On her Carry On movies
  • In my late 40s I found it difficult at casting interviews because people would still think I was as young as I appeared in the Carry Ons. I would go for a part that was my age but they would have seen Carry On Camping the night before and say I was far too young.
  • [Speaking about Joan Sims in 2001 at the time of her death] "To me she was the last of the great Carry Ons. She was there at the beginning. Her talent was wonderful, she could do any accent, dialect, she could dance, sing, play dowdy and glam. We laughed all the time and giggled a lot. I will sorely miss her."
  • On not having children: I don't have any regrets about not having kids. I've just never had those maternal feelings. I am a nurturer by nature, but I nurture adults: my friends, the people I work with. I don't want to nurture children.

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Interesting Facts about Barbara Windsor

  1. She was awarded an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2000 Queen's New Year's Honours List for her services to entertainment.
  2. Nominated for a 1965 Featured Actress in a Musical Tony Award for her performance in "Oh, What a Lovely War!" directed by her mentor Joan Littlewood.
  3. First husband, Ronnie Knight, fled to Spain after bank robbery charges were filed against him.
  4. A debilitating case of the Epstein-Barr virus forced a two-year long absence from EastEnders (1985) from 2003 to 2005.
  5. In her autobiography "All of Me", Windsor candidly talks about her affair with her "Carry On" co-star Sidney James. She was also romantically linked to the gangster Reggie Kray in the 1960s as well as "Bee Gee" Maurice Gibb. She also discusses her five abortions, the first three taking place before age 21, and the last occurring when she was 42; her cosmetic surgeries; and numerous nervous breakdowns and hospitalizations. She also freely admits her penchant for younger men (present husband Scott Mitchell is 26 years younger than she).
  6. She was the only child of John Deeks, a costermonger (fruit/vegetable street seller), and wife Rose Deeks (nΓ©e Ellis), a dressmaker, who eventually divorced. She was trained in dance at age six, and also took elocution lessons while young.
  7. In a 1987 TV-AM interview, she stated her favourite Carry On film is Carry On Henry (1971).
  8. She married her third husband, Scott Mitchell, at the Dorchester Hotel in London, England.
  9. Is a close friend of EastEnders (1985) co-star Patsy Palmer, referring to her as "the daughter she never had".
  10. Was in attendance at the funeral of her former EastEnders (1985) co-star Wendy Richard (9 March 2009).
  11. Was a very close friend of "Carry On" co-star Kenneth Williams.
  12. First "Carry On" was Carry On Spying (1964).
  13. Was in attendance at the wedding of her EastEnders (1985) co-star Samantha Womack to Mark Womack (17 May 2009).
  14. Her paternal great-grandmother Mary Ann Collins fled with her family from Cork in Ireland to the East End of London during the Irish potato famine and whilst in London she took up work as a match-stick girl.
  15. In order to play the character 'Goldie' in the film Carry On Again Doctor (1969) she went on a very strict diet without informing the film's director, Gerald Thomas. Thomas was unhappy on seeing Barbara's new slimline figure and remarked, "Well, that's the joke about Bristols out of the window.".
  16. Is best friends with Anna Karen.
  17. As a child, her favourite actress was Betty Grable.
  18. Was evacuated to Blackpool during World War II, where she lived for a year before returning home to London.
  19. Her first job after leaving school at age 16 was as a customer service assistant in a shoe shop.
  20. Made her West End debut in the musical "Love From Judy" in September 1952 at age 15.

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