Bettie Page Net Worth

Bettie Page Net Worth is
$20 Million

Bettie Page Biography

Later that yr, she was crowned Miss Pinup Woman of the Globe. Born in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1923, Bettie Mae Page is well-known for her 1950s pin-up photos. Among six children, Page frequently looked after her sisters by tinkering with make up and hairstyles after her father visited prison when she was youthful. She continuing to pose and take action out fetishes on the magazine webpages while going after an Off-Broadway career, showing up in productions of “Period is definitely a Thief” and “Sunday Costs Five Pesos”. she gained her Bachelor of Arts level in 1944. Web page moved to NEW YORK five years later on to pursue an performing career, but finished up posing for a officer who also required modeling photos. It had been while dealing with Jerry Tibbs that Web page molded her famous lengthy black locks into her iconic bang design. She quickly became a increasing celebrity in the erotica genre, appearing on the webpages of “Wink”, “Eyeful” and “Twitter” by 1951. She graduated senior high school as the salutatorian and began monitoring at George Peabody University to become a instructor before she switched to performing; In 1955, Web page became a “Playboy” Playmate of the Month centerfold while dressed up in a Santa hat going out before a Xmas tree.Bettie Web page net worth: Bettie Web page was an American model who also had a net well worth of $20 million dollars. She retired from modeling in the past due 1950s. It wasn’t until her picture was made popular once again in the 1990s that Web page resurfaced in the general public attention, appearing on “E! Web page died on December 11, 2008, at age 85 after her family members took her off existence support pursuing her hospitalization. True Hollywood Tale” and in a 2003 problem of “Playboy”. She actually is buried at Westwood Village Memorial Recreation area Cemetery in LA.

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Quick Facts

Full NameBettie Page
Net Worth$20 Million
Date Of BirthApril 22, 1923
DiedDecember 11, 2008, Los Angeles, California, United States
Height1.66 m
ProfessionNude Glamour Model, Pin-up model
EducationPeabody College, Herbert Berghoff Studios, Multnomah University, Hume-Fogg High School, Biola University
SpouseHarry Lear, Armond Walterson, Billy Neal
ParentsWalter Roy Page, Edna Mae Pirtle
NominationsSatellite Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama
TV ShowsThe Jackie Gleason Show

Interesting Facts

1 Did not start modeling until she was 27 years old.
2 Following her death, she was interred in Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery, Los Angeles, California.
3 She was a cousin of Mena Suvari's mother, and was also the great-aunt of comedian/writer Benjy Bronk.
4 Became a born-again Christian in the 1960s and served as a Baptist missionary to Angola.
5 Indirectly caused rather an uproar when a Seattle homeowner had a mural of Bettie painted on the side of his home, facing Interstate 5.
6 Had a great dislike for profanity.
7 While she was posing, she was studying drama at a theater workshop. She worked hard to lose her southern accent because it was keeping her from getting more mainstream work.
8 In the 1950s, the United States Congress called her to testify to explain the photos in which she appeared. While she never appeared before the committee (she was excused), the negatives of dozens of her photos were destroyed by court order. The negatives that survived were illegal to print for many years.
9 Played the guitar and piano.
10 Attended and graduated from Peabody College with her Bachelor's degree.
11 Was one of six children of Walter Roy Page and Edna Mae Pirtle.
12 Saw her popularity increase in the 1980s with the publication of a comic, The Betty Pages. She is now recognised as something of an icon.
13 Was close friends with Hugh M. Hefner who was a huge fan of hers. She appeared in the first issue of his magazine, Playboy magazine.
14 After she retreated from the public eye, Bettie was plagued by mental problems and stabbed three people. She was sentenced to a mental institution as punishment.
15 She was given a screen test by 20th Century Fox but was never signed by the studio.
16 Her photos were the inspiration for the leading lady of the Rocketeer comics, basis for the film The Rocketeer (1991).
17 The exact location of her residence was a closely guarded secret, but in the Los Angeles area.
18 While in later life, she licensed the use of her name to promote various collectibles (such as figurines, T-shirts, and books of her pin-up photos), she herself did not make public appearances, stating "I want people to remember me the way I was.".
19 After she faded from public view in the 1960s, many conflicting rumors about her fate circulated. In reality, she unsuccesssfully tried to live a domestic married life, and then later entered a religious seminary, briefly working as a Christian missionary.
20 Playboy Playmate of the Month January 1955.


1 Voluptuous figure
2 Sparkling blue eyes
3 Natural brunette hair
4 Short dark bangs


1 [3/11/06, interview in the Los Angeles Times, on being called "The Notorious Bettie Page"] Notorious? That's not flattering at all. They should have used another word.
2 [3/11/06, interview in the Los Angeles Times] Young women say I helped them come out of their shells, and 13 rock groups have written songs about me. One song has these lyrics all the way through, "I love Bettie Page. I love Bettie Page. I love Bettie Page.".
3 [3/11/06, interview in the Los Angeles Times, on her second husband] Six weeks into the marriage, on New Year's Eve 1959, I wanted to go dancing with him at a nightclub. He said he'd rather get drunk with his brothers.
4 [3/11/06, interview in the Los Angeles Times, on her mother's younger lover making a pass at her] My mother nearly murdered me over that, then made me live with my father. So I couldn't review my exam notes, which were at home. Because of that, I got beat out of graduating valedictorian by a quarter of a grade point and lost my dream of getting a scholarship to attend Vanderbilt University. It was the worst disappointment of my life.
5 [3/11/06, interview in the Los Angeles Times, on her mother] All I ever wanted was a mother who paid attention to me. She didn't want girls. She thought we were trouble. She didn't help with homework or teach me to sew or cook. She didn't go to the school plays I was in or go to my high school graduation. When I started menstruating at 13, I thought I was dying because she never taught me anything about that.
6 Being in the nude isn't a disgrace unless you're being promiscuous about it. After all, when God created Adam and Eve, they were stark naked. And in the Garden of Eden, God was probably naked as a jaybird too!
7 I don't know what they mean by an icon. I never thought of myself as being that. It seems strange to me. I was just modeling, thinking of as many different poses as possible. I made more money modeling than being a secretary. I had a lot of free time. You could go back to work after an absence of a few months. I couldn't do that as a secretary.
8 I love to swim in the nude and roam around the house in the nude. You're just as free as a bird!
9 The only person I did bondage for was Irving Klaw and his sister Paula Klaw. Usually, they would shoot four or five models every Saturday. He wouldn't pay for the regular pictures unless we did some bondage. So I did bondage shots to get paid for the other photos.
10 I'm very sorry that when I turned my life over to the Lord Jesus in January 1959, I threw out all my netstockings, bikinis--some from Frederick's of Hollywood.
11 No, I stopped coloring my hair in October 1978. I was no longer working as a secretary, I was no longer working out in public. I didn't color my hair, it is grey now. In fact, I'm worried I'm losing it. Big gobs come out. Used to be it took me two hours to dry my big gob of hair.
12 No, I don't think my fans want to see me old and fat. I've got to get another 20-25 lbs. off somehow--remember me as I looked when I was younger. I get sad when I see my favorite movie stars when they're old. Who wants to see Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau now as The Odd Couple (1968)? Jack Lemmon is a fan of mine.
13 I was never one who was squeamish about nudity. I don't believe in being promiscuous about it, but several times I thought of going to a nudist colony.
14 I never kept up with the fashions. I believed in wearing what I thought looked good on me.
15 My favorite actress of all times is Bette Davis in Dark Victory (1939). I have seen it six or seven times and I still cry.
16 [Jerry Tibbs was] the one who got me wearing bangs. For years, I had my hair parted down the middle in a ponytail, tucked down around the sides. But he said to me, "Bettie, you've got a very high forehead. I think you'd look good if you cut some bangs to cover it." Well, I went and cut the bangs, and I've been wearing them ever since. They say it's my trademark.
17 It makes me feel wonderful that people still care for me... that I have so many fans among young people, who write to me and tell me I have been an inspiration.
18 I never was the girl next door.
19 I was not trying to be shocking, or to be a pioneer. I wasn't trying to change society, or to be ahead of my time. I didn't think of myself as liberated, and I don't believe that I did anything important. I was just myself. I didn't know any other way to be, or any other way to live.




Frankenpimp 2009 special thanks


Beyond the Centerfold 2015 Documentary Herself
Bettie Page Reveals All 2012 Documentary Herself
Dance of Passion 2001 Short Herself (as Betty Page)
Betty Page: Pin Up Queen 1998 Video documentary Herself
E! True Hollywood Story 1998 TV Series documentary Herself
Teaserama 1955 Documentary Herself (as Betty Page)
Varietease 1954 Documentary Herself (as Betty Page)
Striporama 1953 Herself (as Betty Page)
Betty's Hat Dance 1953 Short Herself (as Betty Page)
Teaser Girl in High Heels 1950 Short Herself (as Betty Page)

Archive Footage

Love Lust 2012 TV Series documentary Herself
Under the Influence... Of Tease! 2009 Video documentary short Herself
Bettie Page: The Girl in the Leopard Print Bikini 2004 Video documentary Herself
Striptease: The Greatest Exotic Dancers of All Time 2004 Video documentary Herself
Taboo: The Beginning of Erotic Cinema 2004 Video documentary Herself
Playboy's 50th Anniversary Celebration 2003 TV Movie documentary Herself
Burlesque 1999 Video
Playboy: Playmate Pajama Party 1999 Video documentary Herself
Betty Page: Bondage Queen 1998 Video documentary as Betty Page
Hyperdelic E-Mission 1991 Video documentary Stripper (uncredited)

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