How much is Tippi Hedren worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Tippi Hedren? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Tippi Hedren's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Nathalie "Tippi" Hedren (New Ulm, Minnesota, January 19, 1930) is an American actress, whose image is associated with Hitchcock's film The Birds. \n She was discovered by Alfred Hitchcock, who saw her in an advertisement for a diet drink when she was looking for a blonde actress, out of the ordinary and who looked like Grace Kelly, since the relationship with the latter cooled down after the prosperous mutual work realized in mythical films like the indiscreet window (1954) and perfect Crime (1954). Hedren starred in Hitchcock's films The Birds (1963) and Marnie the Thief (1964). Until then he earned his living as an advertising model. \n \n\nTippi_Hedren's Biography \n Nathalie Hedren is the daughter of a Swedish father and a German-Norwegian mother. His father gave him the nickname "Tippi", which comes from the Swedish "tupsa" -cari\u00f1o-. She is the mother of the well-known actress Melanie Griffith, and therefore ex-mother-in-law of actors Don Johnson, Steven Bauer and Antonio Banderas, as well as grandma of actress Dakota Johnson (50 shades of Gray). \n In her teens, Hedren served as a model on some catwalks in department stores. His parents moved to California at that time. As soon as she turned 20, she left for New York and began her career as a professional model. In less than a year, she made her feature film debut as an extra in the musical The Petty Girl (1950), although in the interviews she always says that her first film was Los p\u00e1jaros. During her stay in New York, she met and married her first husband, Peter Griffith. \n Working with Hitchcock \n In 1963, Alfred Hitckcock, who was looking for someone to replace the actress Janet Leigh, who had starred in his previous film (Psycho, 1960), thought of Tippi Hedren, whom he had seen in a brand-name diet beverage ad Sego, to star in his movie The Birds, with Rod Taylor. The appearance, elegance and femininity of Hedren turned out to be a successful choice of the director of suspense for this film. \n The filming was very hard and dangerous, according to Hedren's own story; as an example, during the recording of the last scene in which the birds attack, Hitchcock forced her to repeat the scene numerous times while they were throwing real wood birds at her. One of them hit Hedren's eye and caused a retinal spill even. It is believed that this annoyance with which Hitchcock made Hedren work was due to Hedren's refusal to grant the director an intimate opportunity.After the scene, Hedren ended up so exhausted that she sat in the middle of the set and began to cry. She had to be taken to the emergency room. However, this hardness was rewarded when she won the Golden Globe for the revelation actress. \n The following year, he stars, also under the direction of Hitchcock, the movie Marnie, the thief. After this film, and due in large part to the controlling obsession of Hitchcock, who even tried to direct Hedren's professional career, manifesting a sexual harassment, because of this the relationship between the director and the actress cooled off (similar to the Grace Kelly case). According to the actress, Hitchcock sent her a final note telling her that she was going to ruin her career. \n\n - "As they say in Hollywood, my name was hot [to be nominated for an Oscar]. But he told me he would ruin my career and he did it. He was one of the most powerful men in Hollywood and he got his way ", \n\n\n - "It was a very uncomfortable situation that had nothing to do with love. I was the object of an obsession in which I was not interested. He followed me, analyzed my writing, stalked me. That was not love "\n\n \n As of that moment, the producers who wanted to hire Hedren had to deal with Hitchcock, who told them that "she was not available". However, Hedren also perceived the good side of Hitchcock saying: \n\n - "Hitchcock had his good things. Not only was my director but my teacher. Everything he taught me was fabulous. And the people around him, incredible "\n\n Later works \n After starring in both Hitchcock films, he has made another 40 films between 1967 and 2005. After Marnie, the thief, appeared in Charlie Chaplin's latest film, The Countess of Hong Kong (1967), starring Marlon Brando and Sophia Loren. In 1981, he produced his own film, The Great Roar, a film featuring dozens of African lions. During filming, several people were attacked by animals, including Hedren herself and her husband at the time, Noel Marshall. \n As an animal protector \n This film influenced the actress to establish in Acton, California, an animal reserve where she welcomes discarded pets from Hollywood, mainly employed in films. Among these animals were two lions from Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch. Hedren lives there and, monthly, directs visits to the place. \n Personal life \n Tippi Hedren has been married four times. With Peter Griffith he married in 1952 and divorced in 1961. From this marriage, his only daughter, actress Melanie Griffith, was born in 1957. Hedren consented in 1971 the relationship of her fourteen-year-old daughter with then-emerging actor Don Johnson, until her marriage in 1976. From this relationship Dakota was born. Hedren has two more grandchildren besides Dakota, Alexander Bauer and Stella Banderas. \n In 1964 she married Noel Marshall, from whom she separated in 1982. Her third marriage was with Luis Barrenechea, and lasted from 1985 to 1995. From 2002 (72 years) until 2008 she was married to Martin Dinnes. He currently lives in Shambala, Mojave Desert, United States. \n In 2012, she was chosen one of the sexiest women of the year by the magazine Glam'mag. \n In January 2015 the co-star of the movie The Birds, Rod Taylor, died, Hedren expressed his feelings about his partner in that film: \n\n - "Rod was a great friend to me and a great support, we were very, very good friends, he was one of the funniest people I have ever met, he was thoughtful and had class, everything was good in that man" - < \/ p>\n\n \n\n\n\n\n\nTippi Hedren Net Worth - $20 Million\n\n\n\n\n\nMore Facts about Tippi Hedren\n\nThe Tippi Hedren's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.