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Rita Hayworth -Net Worth of Top class dancer and actor?

Rita hayworth

Margarita Carmen Hayworth was an American dancer and actor. She became popular during the 1940s as one of the top stars of that time. Hayworth was born on  October 17, 1918, in Brooklyn, New York the oldest child of two dancers. Hayworth’s father wanted her to become a professional dancer while her mother wanted her to become an actress and she goes for both as her carrier. She attended dance classes every day for a few years in a Carnegie Hall complex.

Career.

She worked in Hollywood for 37 years and appeared in 61 years. Hayworth became the most glamorous screen idol during the 1980s after that she received  “The Love Goddess” title by the press. Hayworth is best known for her performance in the 1946, film noir “Gilda” opposite Glenn Ford in the movie she played her first dramatic role. Hayworth performance was appreciable in several movies such as “Only Angels Have Wings”(1939), “The Lady From Shanghai”(1947), “Pal Joey”(1957), “Separate tables”(1958), “You’ll never get rich”(1941), “You were newer lovelier”(1942). Fred Astaire called Rita Hayworth his favorite dance partner.

What is her Net worth?

Rita Hayworth’s Networth is estimated at around 10.8 million. She was having a contract salary with Columbia pictures around 1.72 million per year.

Illness.

Hayworth was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 1980 which is a brain disease that led to her death at the age of 68. The discussion of her illness was a hot topic in the U.S back then which helped to public and private funding for Alzheimer’s research.

Dispute with Columbia Pictures.

Hayworth had a rough relationship with Columbia Pictures for a few years. In 1943, she Remains unpaid for nine weeks because she refused to appear in the movie Once Upon a Time. During this time in Hollywood, contract players were not able to choose their films on their own; they were not paid for their role rather they were on contract salary. Years after her film career had ended and even after Cohn had died, Hayworth still disagrees with her treatment by Columbia and Cohn