|Full Name||Bette Midler|
|Profession||Actor, Film Producer, Comedian, Writer, Screenwriter, Voice Actor, Television producer, Singer-songwriter, Entrepreneur, Author|
|Source Of Income||Profession|
|Date of Birth||Dec 1, 1945|
|Age||76 years old|
|Education||Radford High School|
|Children||Sophie Von Haselberg|
|Spouse||Martin von Haselberg|
In addition to Midler’s two Oscar nods, she also garnered a Grammy nomination for her work on the soundtracks of that film and Beaches (1988).
(1991) Since then, she has recorded multiple studio albums and appeared in a wide variety of film and theatre performances, including the 2017 Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of Hello, Dolly!
Midler, a multifaceted performer, has been well lauded for her work in film and television over several decades. She’s also a musician, writer, and Broadway performer.
Midler is now one of the highest-paid celebrities in the entertainment industry, with an estimated $200 million net worth. Her albums “The Divine Miss M,” “Bette Midler,” “Some People’s Lives,” “Songs for the New Depression,” and “Thighs and Whispers” are all very well known. She is best known for her roles in the critically praised films For the Boys and Gypsy.
Bette never seemed to age, and she embarked on many tours that lasted for years. In 2010, at age 65, she closed up the two-year run of the musical “The Showgirl Must Go On” at the world-famous Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.
Bette Midler, an actress, singer, and all-around fantastic entertainer are selling her lovely Upper East Side property that she and her husband, a performance artist named Martin von Haselberg, purchased in 1996.
One of the most outstanding pre-war co-op buildings on Fifth Avenue, the 14-room penthouse was built by renowned architect Emery Roth in neo-Renaissance style and was finished in 1925.
It has an enormous 7,000 square feet of living area and an additional 3,000 square feet of manicured outdoor terraces, all with breathtaking views of Central Park and the renowned Manhattan skyline. Bette Midler, a true New Yorker, remains a resident.
She reportedly wants to downsize to a more manageable flat in the area. Since her daughter, the actress Sophie, has left home, the penthouse is too huge for the two to live in comfortably.
In 1995, Midler established the nonprofit New York Restoration Project (NYRP), which aims to restore parks in economically depressed areas of New York City.
For example, in upper Manhattan, you have Highbridge Park, Fort Washington Park, and Fort Tryon Park; in the Bronx, you have Roberto Clemente State Park and Bridge Park.
Midler organized a coalition of greening organizations to safeguard 114 community gardens in 1991 when the city proposed to auction them for commercial construction. Sixty of the most abandoned properties were purchased by NYRP.
These gardens are now maintained through a collaboration between Midler’s organization and local volunteers and community groups. Swindler Cove Park is a 5-acre (20,000 m2) public park opened by Midler in 2003.
It is located on the banks of the Harlem River. It features educational facilities designed by Midler herself and the Peter Jay Sharp Boathouse, the first community rowing facility to be built on the Harlem River in over a century.
Students from low-income Title I schools can take advantage of the organization’s free environmental education programming during school hours and after school.
Bette’s quote includes, “My expectations are high. The supplies are limited, but I do have what I need”.
Later, in the musical drama The Rose (1979), Midler displayed her acting chops as a narcissistic rock star. The film won two Golden Globes and a Grammy for the title song, while Midler was nominated for an Academy Award for her performance. Despite this success, she had a tough time following the failure of her 1982 comedy Jinxed.
When Midler was knocked down, she did not remain unconscious for long. In 1986, she returned with the box office successes Ruthless People (with Danny DeVito) and Down and Out in Beverly Hills (with Nick Nolte and Richard Dreyfuss).
The drama Beaches was one of the many successful films that followed (1988). The film features Midler’s Grammy-winning tune “Wind Beneath My Wings” and Midler and Barbara Hershey as longtime friends.
Midler’s 1990s film career flourished, highlighted by her co-starring role in Scenes from a Mall opposite Woody Allen (1991). The same year, her performance in the WWII musical drama For the Boys earned her a second Oscar nomination.
Along with Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn, she won over viewers in The First Wives Club (1996).
The nonprofit group is reviving parks in low-income areas of New York City. She and the NYRP have planted over a million trees across the metro area. Bette Midler net worth at around $250 million.
He married artist Martin Rochus Sebastian von Haselberg in a modest church in 1984, and an Elvis lookalike performed the ceremony. Their daughter Sophie attended Yale University and later had a successful acting career.
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