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Tippi Hedren Net Worth

Tippi Hedren Net Worth is
$20 Million

Tippi Hedren Biography

Tippi Hedren is a favorite person in Hollywood, where besides as an actress, she actually is a former style model. She’s appeared on addresses of various prestigious magazines, Life and including Glamour. In 1963, Tippi Hedren appeared in the film known as “The Birds”. In her twenties, Tippi Hedren began her profession as a model. Both these professions have increased the existing size of Tippi Hedren net worthy of, which is really as high as 10 million dollars. In 1961, she made an appearance in a Television commercial and it had been this time around when she was observed by director Alfred Hitchcock and began her acting profession, which added up the majority of the revenues to the quantity of Tippi Hedren net well worth. She also made an appearance in several primetime tv shows and including Hart to Hart, Tales from the Darkside, The Bold and the stunning, and Go back to Green Acres. Furthermore to her profession as a model and an celebrity, Tippi Hedren can be an animal privileges supporter. For her part in it, she became successful of a Golden World award. In 1964, she made an appearance in another film, known as “Marnie”. Tippi Hedren offers appeared in a lot more than 80 movies and TV productions, which not merely made her popular, but also added up to the full total estimate of Tippi Hedren net well worth. In 1996, the celebrity made an appearance in the Alexander Payne film known as “Citizen Ruth”. Tippi Hedren is most beneficial known for her functions in the Alfred Hitchcock movies The Birds and Marnie. Russell called “I Center Huckabees”. Tippi Hedren’s involvement in the cinema globe in addition has been awarded as she actually is a recipient of the Jules Verne Award and offers her own celebrity on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 1969, she became an activist for pet privileges when she was on the occur Africa and was launched to the plight of lions. In 1983, Tippi Hedren started her nonprofit business called the Roar Basis. The main goal of this business is to aid The Shambala Preserve. She belongs to another nonprofit organizations, which try to help people who have problems with hurricanes, famine, earthquakes and war. Hitchcock was therefore impressed with Hedren’s overall performance in The Birds that he made a decision to present her the leading part of his following film, Marnie, that was an enchanting drama and mental thriller. Tippi Hedren was created Nathalie Kay Hedren on January 19, 1930 in Minnesota. She was created in 1930 in Minnesota. When she was an adolescent, Tippi Hedren was showing up popular shows organized in stores. Tippi Hedren offers been married 3 x and has one child, celebrity Melanie Griffith. In the same 12 months, she got an uncredited part in the film known as “The Petty Woman”. She got her 1st credited part in the movie known as “The Birds”, which she considers to really be her 1st film. After that, she received various other offers to surface in movies, but she refused as she understood that it had been very hard to reach your goals in this market. In the 1950s and the 1960s, she continuing her modeling function, which also improved the quantity of Tippi Hedren net well worth. Thus, it’s been primarily to her profession as a model and celebrity that she actually is popular and rich today. Tippi Hedren net well worth: Tippi Hedren can be an American actress, previous fashion model, and pet rights activist who includes a net worthy of of $20 million. In 2004, she made an appearance in the humor by David O. She actually is also known on her behalf active involvement with pet rescues at Shambala Preserve, an 80-acre wildlife habitat that she founded in 1983. Thus, furthermore to her acting function, she actually is also known on her behalf various other involvements. Her paternal grandparents had been immigrants from Sweden and her maternal ancestry is certainly rooted in Germany and Norway. Her dad ran a little general shop in the city of Lafayette, Minnesota and provided her the nickname “Tippi,” which she still goes on today. When she was four, the family members transferred to Minneapolis. As an adolescent, she took component in a few modeling in department shop fashion displays and the family ultimately relocated to California while she was in senior high school. At 18 years, she still left California for NY to build her effective modeling career from 1950 to 1961. During this time period, she made an appearance on the cover of Lifestyle Magazine and in addition several commercial and printing advertisements. In 1961, while Alfred Hitchcock was viewing The Today Present, he noticed Tippi Hedren on a industrial for a diet beverage known as “Sego” and contacted her to find if she’d be willing to use him. She signed a seven-year agreement with Hitchcock and finally made her on-display screen debut with The Birds in 1963. Hedren made an appearance in two of their Television shows, Kraft Suspense Theatre and Work for YOUR DAILY LIFE but was fired after she refused to focus on a Television Western for the Studio. Hedren’s romantic relationship with Hitchcock was demanding sometimes and caused very much controversy. Tippi Hedren performed a huge function in establishing Vietnamese-American nail salons in the usa. For her part in The Birds, Tippi Hedren received the Golden World Award for New Celebrity of the entire year. Hedren alleged that Hitchcock produced unwanted improvements toward her on several occasions and kept her hostage under her agreement, which stipulated that he could accept or ignore functions at his discretion. Both had an extremely strained romantic relationship on the group of Marnie, and in 1965, Hitchcock finally offered her agreement to Common Studios. Hitchcock became her drama trainer and offered her education in film-making in addition to guidelines for behaving as a well-bred, cosmopolitan lady of that time period. In 1973, Hedren stated publicly a major life-design difference triggered a split in her professional romantic relationship with Hitchcock. After her falling out in clumps with Hitchcock, Hedren made an appearance in over fifty movies and television shows. A few of her notable functions were in movies like Tiger by the Tail, Satan’s Harvest, Mister Kingstreet’s Battle, Foxfire Light, and Roar. Hedren provides three grandchildren from girl Griffith. Roar was also the catalyst for the nonprofit “Roar Base” and Hedren’s Shambala Preserve that homes roughly 70 pets. She made an appearance in two movies by Alfred Hitchcock, that she received international reputation. When she was twenty years previous, she moved to NEW YORK, where she signed a agreement with the Eileen Ford Company. Roar was made by Hedren and was probably the most dangerous films ever filmed.


Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameTippi Hedren
Net Worth$20 Million
Date Of BirthJanuary 19, 1930
Height1.65 m
ProfessionFilm producer, Actor, Fashion Model
NationalityAmerican
SpouseLuis Barrenechea, Noel Marshall, Peter Griffith
ChildrenMelanie Griffith
ParentsDorothea Henrietta Hedren, Bernard Carl Hedren
SiblingsPatty Davis
Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/TippiHedrenOfficial
AwardsGolden Globe Award for Best New Star of the Year – Actress
MoviesThe Birds, Marnie, Roar, A Countess from Hong Kong, The Harrad Experiment, Pacific Heights, The Birds II: Land's End, I Heart Huckabees, Julie & Jack, Tribute, Free Samples, Citizen Ruth, The Ghost and the Whale, I Woke Up Early The Day I Died, Return to Babylon, Harlequin Romance Series: Treacherous Beauties, Foxfire Light, Break Up, The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams, Her Morbid Desires, In the Cold of the Night, Satan's Harvest, Replacing Dad, Through the Eyes of a Killer, Dark Wolf, Dead Write, Raising Genius, Cousin Sarah, Return to Green Acres, Teresa's Tattoo, 111 Gramercy Park, Shadow of a Doubt, Tea with Grandma, Perry Mason: The Case of the Skin-Deep Scandal, The Storytellers, Searching for Haizmann, Lizzie's World: The Secret of the Magic Trunk, Mind Rage, Ice Cream Sundae, Diamond Zero, Section B, Rose's Garden
TV ShowsInvasion America, Fashion House, Legenden


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Daughter of Bernard (June 13, 1893-April 1, 1979) and Dorothea (née Eckhardt) Hedren (July 14, 1899-October 30, 1994). Both were born and raised in Minnesota.
2 Younger sister of Patricia "Patty" Davis (b. March 31, 1926).
3 She turned down a cameo role in The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990) that starred her daughter Melanie Griffith, because she had just done a cameo role in another film of Melanie's titled Pacific Heights (1990), and she didn't want to appear in all of her daughter's films, only on special occasion.
4 Aunt of Robert Hanzlik (b. October 8, 1954) via her sister Patty.
5 The June 11, 1969, and also Aug. 20, editions of Variety, in its Hollywood Production Pulse column, shows Tippi Hedren starring with Richard Crenna and Robert Conrad in the movie Seven Against Kansas, directed by David Friedkin, which started filming June 10, 1969, in Almeria, Spain. No evidence if the film was ever completed.
6 Her commonly reported birth year was 1935 until she came out with her real age in the mid-'00s.
7 Director Sean Baker considered casting Tippi and her real-life granddaughter Dakota Johnson together in his film Starlet (2012) before deciding on Besedka Johnson and Dree Hemingway.
8 Dropped out of the film House of Good and Evil (2013) at the last minute because of illness. Her part was recast with actress Marietta Marich.
9 Was directed by 5 Academy Awards winners: Alfred Hitchcock(he won the Irving Thalberg Memorial Award, thus qualifying him as an Academy Award winner); Charles Chaplin, John Schlesinger, Alexander Payne and Billy Bob Thornton(he left her scenes on the cutting room floor in Jayne Mansfield's Car (2012)).
10 In the biographical movie The Girl (2012), Tippi (played by Sienna Miller) explained to Alfred Hitchcock (played by Toby Jones) that "Tippi" is a nickname for "Tupsa", meaning "little girl" or "sweetheart".
11 She turned down the starring role in Eye of the Cat (1969) which was later played by Gayle Hunnicutt.
12 Is a fan of actor Johnny Depp and named one of her house cats after him. Even though, she hasn't met him, her then son-in-law Antonio Banderas acted with him in Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003), and her grand daughter Dakota Johnson appeared in two films with him, 21 Jump Street (2012) and Black Mass (2015).
13 Met President John F. Kennedy once, when he was on vacation, as she was, in the South of France. Later, she was driving to her horse-riding lesson in preparation for her role in Marnie (1964), when she learned about the President's assassination. She said that she was "stunned, and very angry", that the assassination could have happened.
14 Actress Sienna Miller portrayed her in the cable movie, The Girl (2012), which dealt with Tippi's three years with Alfred Hitchcock. She told Miller to portray her as strong, since she rejected Hitchcock's advances, even though it meant the end of her career as a leading lady. She said she was happy with Miller's portrayal.
15 She was supposed to play the leads in Bedtime Story (1964) (opposite David Niven and Marlon Brando), Mirage (1965) (opposite Gregory Peck and Walter Matthau), and Fahrenheit 451 (1966) (opposite Oskar Werner), but Hitchcock told the directors and producers that she wasn't available to work with them. Shirley Jones, Diane Baker, and Julie Christie eventually played the parts she was considered for.
16 Bridget Fonda, who played her daughter in the straight-to-cable film Break Up (1998), gushed to her about how she had watched Marnie (1964) "a million times".
17 In most of her films (and in all of her films before 1982 except Tiger by the Tail (1970), her character's name starts with an M: "Melanie Daniels" in The Birds (1963), "Marnie Edgar" in Marnie (1964), "Martha Mears" in A Countess from Hong Kong (1967), "Marla Oaks" in Satan's Harvest (1970), "Mary Kingstreet" in Mister Kingstreet's War (1971), "Margaret Tenhausen" in The Harrad Experiment (1973), "Madelaine" in Roar (1981), "Marcia Stevens" in Inevitable Grace (1994), "Maylinda Austed" in I Woke Up Early the Day I Died (1998), "Martha" in The Darklings (1999), "Michelle Labner" in Searching for Haizmann (2003), "Mary" in Dark Wolf (2003), "Mary Jane" in I Heart Huckabees (2004), and "Minnie" in Dead Write (2007).
18 Of all her films, Marnie (1964) continues to be her favorite film, because of the complex title character. This is even more telling, considering all the problems that reportedly took place during the filming, which spelled the end of her professional relationship with the film's director Alfred Hitchcock, as well as the mixed critical reception and the indifferent box office results upon the film's release.
19 Found it touching when Sean Connery, her leading man from Marnie (1964), publicly said that she was underrated while almost everyone in Hollywood was overrated.
20 Requested director Alfred Hitchcock to give her the fur coat that she wore in The Birds (1963), and he graciously gave it to her but charged it to the production company. Eventually, she stopped wearing fur after she became an animal rights activist.
21 One of her favorite sweet treats is Marnie's red velvet cake, which she named after her character from the film of the same name Marnie (1964). She graciously provided the recipe for this three-layer cake to a website called high-societea.com, which specializes in articles on tea and accompanying treats.
22 Attended Suzanne Pleshette's funeral in 2008. They starred together in The Birds (1963).
23 British neo-progressive band Landmarq have a song titled "Tippi Hedren" on their 1992 album "Solitary Witness".
24 Her performance as Melanie Daniels in The Birds (1963) is ranked #86 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time.
25 She met with Alfred Hitchcock and his wife Alma Reville for the final time in London, England, in 1966, while she was filming Charles Chaplin's last film, A Countess from Hong Kong (1967). They took her to tea at Claridge's. The atmosphere was tense because she knew Hitchcock was upset that she had been cast in what was expected to be a big film, and he was unable to hide his bitterness.
26 Has a sister named Patty Davis.
27 Friend of Linda Blair, Rod Taylor and Diane McBain.
28 Her store owner father, Bernard Hedren, was of Swedish descent, and her school teacher mother, Dorathea (Eckhardt), was of half German and half Norwegian ancestry.
29 Operates an exotic animal sanctuary which prompted her testimony in February 2005 in Riverside Superior Court. Hedren made a complaint regarding animal cruelty by a tiger rescuer and was told by U.S. Department of Agriculture that there were not enough inspectors to respond to her complaint. She eventually made room for a lion rather than have it go to the rescuer. She stated she felt like she was walking through a trash dump.
30 Former mother-in-law of Steven Bauer, Don Johnson and Antonio Banderas.
31 Grandmother of Alexander Bauer, Dakota Johnson, and Stella Banderas.
32 Alfred Hitchcock saw her in a 1962 commercial aired during the Today (1952) show and cast her in The Birds (1963). In the commercial for a diet drink, she is seen walking down a street and a man whistles at her slim, attractive figure, and she turns her head with an acknowledging smile. In the opening scene of The Birds (1963), the same thing happens as she walks toward the bird shop. This was an inside joke by Hitchcock.
33 Received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7060 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on January 30, 2003.
34 Her first television commercial was for a cigarette brand in the early 1950s. She learned to smoke for the commercial, because she felt viewers would know if she was faking it. Her smoking habit lasted for 15 years until her daughter, actress Melanie Griffith, then 10 years old, came to her after a school health lecture and begged her to stop.
35 Participated in panel at University of Illinois on "Hitchcock, Women and Terror", October 2001.
36 Lobbying for passage of Shambala Wild Animal Protection Act.
37 She named one of her housecats after Sean Connery, her co-star in Marnie (1964).
38 Tried to be a vegetarian but it didn't work out for her.
39 Director Alfred Hitchcock unsuccessfully pursued a relationship with her during the filming of Marnie (1964).
40 Presides over The Roar Foundation, an animal preserve outside of Los Angeles.
41 Gave birth to her only child at age 27, a daughter Melanie Griffith on August 9, 1957. Child's father was her 1st ex-husband, Peter Griffith.
42 At the end of shooting Mister Kingstreet's War (1971), she discovered that the big cats used in the production had no place to go and would likely languish in small cages. This prompted her to obtain a parcel of land on her own to establish a home with a natural setting for retired big cats. She named it Shambala and it exists to this day.


Net Worth & Salary

TitleSalary
Marnie (1964) $600 /per week
The Birds (1963) $500 per week


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Deep sultry voice
2 Voluptuous figure
3 An unaffected, icy mid-period "Hitchcock blond"


Quotes

#Quote
1 [In 2016] My marriages were all good - until they weren't. But I got something good out of each of them. My first husband Peter Griffith was younger than me and I've never understood why I married him but he gave me Melanie Griffith. My second husband Noel Marshall gave me my love of animals. My third husband Luis Barrenechea was everything I wanted in a man, except that he was an alcoholic and that was unbearable. I'd love to have a man in my life and to go on dates but I'll never marry again. I like living alone. I'm vain and I'm also selfish. Who would want that in a woman?
2 [on working on the set of The Birds (1963)] One of the ravens was so sweet that Ray [Ray Berwick] wouldn't teach him all the bad things to do, like peck people and dive-bomb. That raven became my buddy. He'd come up and sit in my dressing room on the set, play with my makeup, and throw it on the floor. I'd walk around on the set with him on my shoulders.
3 [2014, on what it's like being a matriarch of an acting dynasty] It's funny that nobody in of all my ancestors was interested in any of the dramatic arts. None of them. It started with me, then my gorgeous daughter Melanie Griffith, and now my granddaughter Dakota Johnson. Now, we are wondering what my other granddaughter Stella Banderas is going to be doing. She's very cerebral. I would be very anxious to see what happens to her.
4 When you do a love scene with someone in a movie, you have cameras and lights surrounding you. It's not very romantic, especially considering what I was going through. A lot of people have asked me whether or not I had a fling with Sean Connery during the filming of Marnie (1964), and the answer is no. Marnie was so frigid and cold that she screamed when a man came near her. If I had strong feelings for him in real life, it would have shown through my eyes in the film. I was too dedicated to acting. So, no, I don't really know what it's like to kiss Sean Connery.
5 They called and asked what I thought about a remake of The Birds (1963) and I thought: 'Why would you do that? Why?' I mean, can't we find new stories, new things to do?
6 [In 2006, when asked whether she can watch The Birds (1963) and Marnie (1964) and separate herself from the experience of making them] I can do that now and it is quite a relief, actually. I can look at it and think "She did a good job!" There were years where I would see things and wish I could do them over but now I can just watch them.
7 It is interesting because some of the critics who really panned [Marnie (1964)] when it came out see it again and it is like they are reviewing an entirely different movie. I think a lot of it was that all those years ago, people were not aware of how a trauma being inflicted upon a child can affect what happens to them as an adult if it isn't properly dealt with. I think there were multiple reasons why they didn't like it. For some reason, the painted backdrops really bothered people forty years ago - that was a big deal for some reason with the critics. I kept thinking "So what, it's a movie!"
8 [on working with Sean Connery, her leading man in Marnie (1964)] He was just fabulous, a consummate actor with a great sense of humor. He was practicing his golf swing all the time - a rather profound golfer. We honored him on June 8, 2006, at the American Film Institute. They asked me to speak about him, which was great fun. It was one of the most wonderful evenings.
9 [on being offered the title role in Marnie (1964) by Alfred Hitchcock] I was stunned. I was amazed that he would offer me this incredible role and that he would have that kind of faith in me . . . I thought Marnie was an extremely interesting role to play and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
10 For years, directors and producers came up to me and said they'd wanted me for a role, but [Alfred Hitchcock] wouldn't allow it. The worst was when I found out that François Truffaut had wanted to cast me. I'd never heard a word about it. That one hurt.
11 My advice to anyone contemplating acting as a profession is to be independently wealthy or have another vocation as a backup. [Melanie Griffith] and [Antonio Banderas] are well set, but most actors make a pittance.
12 [on 3/1/05, when asked which is her favorite of the Alfred Hitchcock films she starred in] I think Marnie (1964). They were both so different that it's kind of hard to figure out which, but The Birds (1963) was sort of a chase. All of the Hitchcock films have a mystery to them and that sort of thing, but the personality of Marnie was so intriguing. She was really - poor Marnie.
13 [on Alfred Hitchcock] To be the object of somebody's obsession is a really awful feeling when you can't return it.


Pictures

All Tippi Hedren pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2010 Lifetime Achievement Award Genesis Awards
2008 LA Femme Filmmaker Award LA Femme International Film Festival Thespian Award
2003 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Motion Picture On 30 January 2003. At 7060 Hollywood Blvd.
2002 Short Film Award New York International Independent Film & Video Festival Best Actress Tea with Grandma (2001)
2000 Best Actress Method Fest Short Film Mulligans! (1997)
1964 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Most Promising Newcomer - Female The Birds (1963)

3rd Place Awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1964 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Top Female New Face


Filmography

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Unforgettable 2017/I pre-production
Something Horrible 2016 completed George Angell (voice)
Cellophane pre-production Inez Supple
The Ghost and The Whale 2016 Tippi
Return to Babylon 2013 Mrs. Peabody
Cougar Town 2013 TV Series Tippi Hedren
Raising Hope 2012 TV Series Nana
Free Samples 2012 Betty
Jayne Mansfield's Car 2012 Naomi Caldwell (uncredited)
Batman: The Brave and the Bold 2011 TV Series Queen Hippolyta
Tribute 2009 TV Movie Mrs. Hennessey
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2008 TV Series Karen Rosenthal
Her Morbid Desires 2008 Video Gloria
The Boneyard Collection 2008
Dead Write 2007 Minnie
The 4400 2006 TV Series Lily Moore Tyler
Fashion House 2006 TV Series Doris / Doris Thompson
The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams 2005 Grandmother Adams
Diamond Zero 2005 Eleanor Kelly
I Heart Huckabees 2004 Mary Jane Hutchinson
Mind Rage 2004 Dr. Wilma Randolph
Raising Genius 2004 Babe
111 Gramercy Park 2003 TV Movie Mrs. Granville
Julie and Jack 2003 Julie McNeal
Rose's Garden 2003 Rose
Dark Wolf 2003 Video Mary
Searching for Haizmann 2003 Dr. Michelle Labner
Ice Cream Sundae 2001 Short Lady
The Nightmare Room 2001 TV Series The Witch / Tippi Hendren
Tea with Grandma 2001 Short Rae
Providence 2000 TV Series Constance Hemming
Hollywood Off-Ramp 2000 TV Series
Bull 2000 TV Series Caitlin Coyle
The Storytellers 1999 Lillian Glosner
Replacing Dad 1999 TV Movie Dixie
The Darklings 1999 TV Movie Martha Jackson
Exposé 1998
I Woke Up Early the Day I Died 1998 Maylinda Austed
Break Up 1998 Mom
Arli$$ 1998 TV Series
Invasion America 1998 TV Series Mrs. McAllister
The New Batman Adventures 1998 TV Series Donna Day
Chicago Hope 1998 TV Series Alfreda Perkins
Mulligans! 1997 Short Dottie
The Guardian 1997 TV Movie Wynn
Adventures from the Book of Virtues 1997 TV Series Madame Sofroni / Molly Mouse
Dream On 1994-1996 TV Series Judith's Mother
Citizen Ruth 1996 Jessica Weiss
Inevitable Grace 1994 Dr. Marcia Stevens
Treacherous Beauties 1994 TV Movie Lettie Hollister
The Birds II: Land's End 1994 TV Movie Helen
Teresa's Tattoo 1994 Evelyn Hill
Murder, She Wrote 1993 TV Series Catherine Noble
Perry Mason: The Case of the Skin-Deep Scandal 1993 TV Movie Beverly Courtney
Through the Eyes of a Killer 1992 TV Movie Mrs. Bellano
In the Heat of the Night 1991 TV Series Annabelle Van Buren
Shadow of a Doubt 1991 TV Movie Mrs. Mathewson
The Bold and the Beautiful 1990 TV Series Helen Maclaine
Pacific Heights 1990 Florence Peters
In the Cold of the Night 1990 Clara
Return to Green Acres 1990 TV Movie Arleen
Deadly Spygames 1989 Chastity
Baby Boom 1988 TV Series Laura Curtis
Hotel 1988 TV Series Barbara Lyman
Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1985 TV Series Waitress (segment "Man from the South")
Tales from the Darkside 1984 TV Series Ruth Anderson
Hart to Hart 1983 TV Series Liza Atterton
Foxfire Light 1982 Elizabeth Morgan
Roar 1981 Madelaine
Where the Wind Dies 1976
The Bionic Woman 1976 TV Series Susan Victor
The Harrad Experiment 1973 Margaret Tenhausen
Docteur Caraïbes 1973 TV Series
Mister Kingstreet's War 1971 Mary Kingstreet
The Courtship of Eddie's Father 1970-1971 TV Series Cissy Drummond-Randolph
Satan's Harvest 1970 Marla Oaks
Tiger by the Tail 1970 Rita Armstrong
The Man and the Albatross 1969 Sonia
A Countess from Hong Kong 1967 Martha Mears
Run for Your Life 1965 TV Series Jessica Braden
Kraft Suspense Theatre 1965 TV Series Lee Anne Wickheimer
Marnie 1964 Marnie Edgar (as 'Tippi' Hedren)
The Birds 1963 Melanie Daniels (as 'Tippi' Hedren)
The Petty Girl 1950 Ice Box Petty Girl (uncredited)

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Roar 1981 producer

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Happy Hands 2014 Documentary short the filmmakers wish to thank
TCM: Twenty Classic Moments 2014 TV Movie documentary special thanks
House of Good and Evil 2013 very special thanks
The Girl 2012 TV Movie thanks
Jayne Mansfield's Car 2012 the producers wish to thank
All About 'The Birds' 2000 Video documentary special thanks
The Hand Behind the Mouse: The Ub Iwerks Story 1999 Documentary special thanks
Birds Past 1989 Documentary short special thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
All About 'The Birds' 2000 Video documentary Herself
Besuch bei Tippi Hedren 2000 TV Movie documentary Herself
Life with Big Cats 2000 Documentary
Intimate Portrait 2000 TV Series documentary Herself
The Trouble with Marnie 2000 TV Movie documentary Herself
Internet Love 2000 Herself
Hitchcock: Shadow of a Genius 1999 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Hand Behind the Mouse: The Ub Iwerks Story 1999 Documentary Herself
Reputations 1999 TV Series documentary Herself - Actress / Herself
Nature 1999 TV Series documentary Herself
The 13th Annual Genesis Awards 1999 TV Special Herself - Presenter
Women's Day: The Making of a Bill 1998 Documentary short
The 9th Annual Genesis Awards 1995 TV Special Herself - Presenter
Hitchcock: Alfred the Great 1994 TV Movie documentary Herself
La fièvre de l'après-midi 1994 TV Series Herself
Vicki! 1992 TV Series Herself
The 9th Annual American Cinema Awards 1992 TV Special Herself
The Horror Hall of Fame II 1991 TV Movie Herself
One on One with John Tesh 1991 TV Series Herself
Un dia és un dia 1990 TV Series Herself
The Grand Opening of Universal Studios New Theme Park Attraction Gala 1990 TV Movie Herself
7th Annual American Cinema Awards 1990 TV Special Herself
Fourth Annual Genesis Awards 1990 TV Special Herself
The 61st Annual Academy Awards 1989 TV Special Herself - Audience Member
The 2nd Annual American Comedy Awards 1988 TV Special Herself - Audience Member
The 44th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1987 TV Special Herself - Audience Member
Hitchcock: il brividio del genio 1986 TV Movie documentary Herself
Hour Magazine 1985 TV Series Herself
Our Time 1985 TV Series Herself
Today 1984-1985 TV Series Herself / Herself - Guest
Cinéma cinémas 1984 TV Series documentary Herself
Barbara Woodhouse Goes to Beverly Hills 1981 TV Movie documentary Herself
The 1980 Sci-Fi Awards 1980 TV Special Herself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock 1979 TV Special documentary Herself
You Don't Say 1967 TV Series Herself
Gypsy 1967 TV Series Herself
Late Show London 1966 TV Series Herself
Crossword 1966 TV Movie Herself
The Bob Hope Show 1965 TV Series Herself
I'll Bet 1965 TV Series Herself
That Regis Philbin Show 1965 TV Series Herself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1964 TV Series Herself
Mansfield 66/67 2017 Documentary post-production Herself
Rod Taylor: Pulling No Punches 2016 Documentary Herself
Entertainment Tonight 2007-2015 TV Series Herself
The What? Series 2014 TV Series documentary Herself
Inside Edition 1996-2014 TV Series documentary Herself
Happy Hands 2014 Documentary short Herself
The Nicole Barrett Show 2014 TV Series Herself
Give Me Shelter 2014 Documentary Animal Advocate
Home & Family 2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
Vanity Fair: Decades 2013 TV Mini-Series short Herself
Indie Cinema Showcase 2013 TV Series Herself - Special Guest
Good Day L.A. 2013 TV Series Herself
Saving America's Horses: A Nation Betrayed 2012 Documentary Herself
Whiskey and Apple Pie: A Journey Across America 2012 Documentary Herself
Daybreak 2012 TV Series Herself
Carol Channing: Larger Than Life 2012 Documentary Herself
25th Annual Genesis Awards 2011 TV Special Herself
Making Burros Fly 2010 Documentary Herself
An Unbelievable Life: The Launch Event 2010 Herself
Loose Women 2010 TV Series Herself
24th Annual Genesis Awards 2010 TV Special Herself
Legenden 2009 TV Series documentary Herself - Actress
The Florence Henderson Show 2009 TV Series Herself
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2007 TV Series Herself
Gala Tribute AFI's 40th Anniversary 2007 TV Movie Herself - Speaker
Your Mommy Kills Animals! 2007 Documentary Herself (uncredited)
Once Upon a Time in the South: Behind 'The Last Confederate' 2007 Video documentary short Herself
Land of the Free with Tippi Hedren 2007 Documentary short Herself
The 21st Annual Genesis Awards 2007 Video Herself
Where Are They Now 2006 TV Series Herself - Guest
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Sean Connery 2006 TV Special Herself
Animal People: The Humane Movement in America 2006 Documentary Herself
The World's Greatest Actor 2006 TV Movie documentary Herself
Corazón de... 2005 TV Series Herself
Biography 1997-2005 TV Series documentary Herself
Hollywood Beat 2005 TV Series Herself - Guest
Hollywood Legenden 2004 TV Movie documentary Herself
E! True Hollywood Story 2004 TV Series documentary Herself
Hollywood's Creepiest Creatures 2004 TV Movie Herself
The Making of Roar 2004 Video documentary short Herself
This Morning 2003 TV Series Herself
Sean Connery, an Intimate Portrait 2002 Documentary Herself
Screen Tests of the Stars 2002 Documentary Herself - Interviewee
Leute heute 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills: America's Most Heart-Pounding Movies 2001 TV Special documentary Herself
Animal Action 2001 TV Series Herself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Extra 2015 TV Series Herself
Ok! TV 2015 TV Series Herself
Entertainment Tonight 2015 TV Series Herself
Talking Pictures 2015 TV Series documentary Marnie Edgar / Melanie Daniels / Herself
Birdemic: Shock and Terror 2010 Julie McNeal (as Ms. Tippi Hedren)
Memòries de la tele 2009 TV Series Herself
Double Take 2009 Documentary Herself (uncredited)
Cannes, 60 ans d'histoires 2007 TV Movie documentary Herself
Cinema mil 2005 TV Series Herself
Replica 2005
Sharon Stone - Una mujer de 100 caras 1998 TV Movie documentary Herself (uncredited)
The Horror Show 1979 TV Movie documentary
The Dick Cavett Show 1972 TV Series Melanie Daniels
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