Marcia Wallace - Famous Actor

Marcia Wallace Net Worth


Marcia Wallace was a famous American actress, voice-over artist, comedian, and television personality. At the time of her death in 2013, she had a net worth of $20 million dollars accumulated from her successful career in the entertainment industry.

Key facts:

Here are 5 key facts about Marcia Wallace mentioned in the given text:
  • Marcia Wallace was an American actress, voice over artist, comedian, and television personality.
  • She graduated from Parsons College with degrees in English and Theater.
  • She formed a group called, The Fourth Wall, and began working Off-Broadway.
  • She made appearances in many famous TV projects like 'The Simpsons', 'Full House', 'Murder, She Wrote', 'A Different World', among others.
  • Marcia Wallace passed away in October.

Basic Information About Marcia Wallace

Full NameMarcia Wallace
CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Actors
ProfessionsActor, Comedian, Voice Actor, Performer
Net worth$20,000,000
Date of birth1942-11-01
Place of birthCreston
Date of death2013-10-25 (aged 70)
NationalityUnited States of America
EducationParsons College
FatherPoke Wallace
MotherJoann Walace
SiblingsTwo( Sharon and Jim)
Spouse18 May - Dennis Hawley (Β 1986 - 7 JuneΒ 1992)Β (his death)Β (1 child)
KidsMichael Wallace
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ Imdb

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Marcia Wallace awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
BTVA People's Choice Voice Acting Award - Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role - Comedy/MusicalWinnerThe Simpsons2014
Icon Award - WinnerThe Bob Newhart Show2005

Marcia Wallace roles

Movie / Series Role
Monsters UniversityAdditional Voices (voice)
The Simpsons MovieMrs. Krabappel (voice) (scenes deleted)
Teen WitchMs. Malloy
Big StanAlma
Match Game PMSelf - Panelist 30 episodes, 1975-1981
Batman: The Animated Series'Dark Interlude' Actress 1 episode, 1993
Full HouseMrs. Carruthers 4 episodes, 1993-1995
The Addams FamilyMrs. Blossom 1 episode, 1993
CHiPsMarcia Wallace (uncredited) unknown episodes
BewitchedBetty 1 episode, 1971
Night CourtMiss Phillips 1 episode, 1988
The SimpsonsEdna Krabappel / ... 174 episodes, 1990-2021
A Different WorldWaitress 1 episode, 1992
The Brady BunchMrs. Robbins / ... 2 episodes, 1971
ColumboWoman / ... 1 episode, 1971
Murder, She WrotePolly Barth 1 episode, 1986
7th HeavenNurse 3 episodes, 2003
Match Game/Hollywood Squares HourSelf - Panelist 20 episodes, 1983-1984
Teen AngelAngela 1 episode, 1997
Small WonderMiss Cratchit 1 episode, 1988
TaxiSelf 1 episode, 1982
The Young and the RestlessAnnie Wilkes 14 episodes, 2009
Love, American StyleBertha (segment "Love and the Topless Policy") 1 episode, 1972
AladdinOopa 1 episode, 1994
The Love BoatMs. O' Roarke 1 episode, 1978
TattletalesSelf 5 episodes, 1975
Darkwing DuckClovis / ... 4 episodes, 1991-1992
The Bob Newhart ShowCarol Kester / ... 140 episodes, 1972-1978
Gimme a Break!Hilda 1 episode, 1983
Match Game 73Self - Panelist 83 episodes, 1974-1980
ALFMrs. Lyman 2 episodes, 1987
Fantasy IslandMartha Meeks 1 episode, 1979
Murphy BrownCarol - Secretary #66 / ... 2 episodes, 1994-1998
Down to EarthGrace 1 episode, 1985
The InvadersCourtroom Spectator (uncredited) unknown episodes
The Angry BeaversMrs. Beaver 1 episode, 1998
Charles in ChargeDodo 2 episodes, 1989-1990

Marcia Wallace's Quotes

  • On being stopped for the voice of "Edna Krabappel" on The Simpsons (1989): You'd be amazed at what you get stopped for.
  • The odds of getting a series long enough to be remembered are infinitesimal. A lot of what I've done, I would not have done without Carol Kester.
  • I have heard, "You're too recognizable for this part". I remember once, I desperately wanted to be on the series, 9 to 5 (1982), and they just weren't going to see me because of that. Every once in a while, something would break my heart.
  • [on her on- and off-screen chemistry with Bob Newhart, who played Dr. Robert Hartley]: He was incredibly easy to get along with and very supportive of the writers. Every once in a while, when there was a line he might like, I would bring my dog to work and my dog was dumb, she would only eat and yawn. So, he would get down on his hands and knees, reads the line, the dog would yawn at his face. See, I told ya! Even the dumb dog think it's funny.
  • [When she learned if Bob Newhart, wanted to have kids on The Bob Newhart Show (1972)]: Bob said, 'No dogs, no kids.' He didn't want it to be Father Knows Best (1954). So Bob and Emily were DINKs - double income, no kids - which was kind of unusual then.

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Interesting Facts about Marcia Wallace

  1. Diagnosed with breast cancer 1985. Also caregiver to her husband, Denny, who had pancreatic cancer.
  2. Her husband was a hotelier.
  3. She & her husband adopted a son, Michael Hawley (born in 1988).
  4. While not listed in the main cast in The Simpsons (1989) her role as Edna Krabappel is listed as a "special guest appearance," a designation usually reserved for celebrity guest stars.
  5. She was a Girl Guides Brownie, as a child.
  6. Member of Delta Zeta sorority, Delta Nu chapter.
  7. Close friends with Brett Somers.
  8. Friend of Cathryn Michon.
  9. As a tribute to her, an episode of The Simpsons (1989) made since her death showed a scene in which Bart Simpson is standing at the blackboard having just written "We'll really miss you Mrs K", a reference to her character Mrs Krabappel.
  10. Upon her death, she was cremated and her ashes were scattered at sea in the Pacific Ocean.

Additional information of Marcia Wallace

Lucky Number10
Lucky StoneGarnet
Lucky ColorPurple
Best Match for MarriageCapricorn, Cancer, Pisces
Eye ColorBlue
Hair ColorRed
Body Size38-32-38

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