How much is Vivian Vance worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Vivian Vance? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Vivian Vance's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Vivian Vance (July 26, 1909 - August 17, 1979) was an American actress and singer. \n \n\nVivian Vance's Biography\n First years\n Her real name was Vivian Roberta Jones , and she was born in Cherryvale, Kansas, with Vivian being the second of six children of Robert Jones and Euphemia Ragan.When she was six years old her family He moved to Independence, Kansas, where he finally began his studies in dramatic art under the tutelage of Anna Ingleman and William Motter Inge. She soon changed her name to Vance (by folklorist Vance Randolph) and moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma, looking for work as an actress. \nLove Lucy\n\n\n\n \nPromotional image ofLove Lucy. \n\n\n When Desi Arnaz and his wife Lucille Ball chose the cast of their new TV seriesLove Lucy in 1951, director Marc Daniels, who had already worked with Vance in theater production, suggested that she play the role of Ethel Mertz However, she was not the first chosen, because Lucille Ball preferred the actress Bea Benaderet good friend of his. Finally, because of a prior engagement, Benaderet declined to play the role, Arnaz and Daniels, along with producer Jess Oppenheimer, saw Vance in The Voice of the Turtle, convincing himself of his suitability to play Ethel Mertz. \n In the series, Vance was accompanied by actor William Frawley, who played her husband. However, in real life the relationship between the two actors was not good.Finally, Lucille Ball won her first resistance to Vance, and both ended up being good friends. \n In 1953, Vance became the first actress to win an Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Vance received the award at the Emmy ceremony in February 1954. She was nominated three more times (1954, 1956 and 1957) before the end of the series. \n In 1957, after the completion ofLove Lucy, Vance continued to play Ethel Mertz in an hour-long series entitled The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour. In 1959 she divorced her third husband, Philip Ober, who allegedly mistreated her.When Lucy-Desi's specials ended in 1960, Vance and Frawley found themselves with the opportunity to star in their own spin-off series, "Fred and Ethel" . Although Frawley was interested, Vance declined to do it, the program was updated and aired with the title of "Guestward Ho", with Joanne Dru as lead actress. \n The Lucy Show\n In 1960 Vance starred in a pilot episode for a new series titled Guestward Ho! The pilot was not sold, and a year later he married the literary agent John Dodds. Despite rumors that Dodds was gay or bisexual, the marriage lasted until the death of the actress. The couple set up their home in Stamford, Connecticut. \n In 1962, when Lucille Ball planned her return to TV with a new series, she asked Vance to join the project. Vance accepted, but with the condition of dressing more elegantly and that his character was called "Vivian". He appeared on The Lucy Show from 1962 to 1965, playing the role of Vivian Bagley. \n Traveling constantly from his home in Connecticut to Hollywood was a very important effort. For that reason, towards 1964 she acted in only half of the episodes. The following year, he was offered a new contract with Desilu Studios, giving him the opportunity to direct. This did not finally come to an end, as he did not agree on his salary. In return, she made several performances as a guest artist in the remaining seasons of The Lucy Show. \n Last years and death\n After leaving The Lucy Show, Vance occasionally performed with Lucille Ball in some shows and, as a guest artist, also made some interventions in the third series of Ball, Here's Lucy (1968-1974). In 1969 Vance returned to Broadway and starred in the comedy My Daughter, Your Son. \n In 1973, Vance was diagnosed with breast cancer. The following year she moved with her husband to Belvedere, California, to be close to her sister. It was during this period that Vance played the role of "Maxine," which served Maxwell House brand coffee to workers, in a series of commercials.In 1977 Vance suffered a stroke that left her partially paralyzed. Her last TV show with Lucille Ball was on the CBS special Lucy Calls the President, aired on November 21, 1977. \n Vivian Vance, who never had children, died in 1979, at 70 years of age. His body was incinerated, and the ashes scattered in the sea. \n For his contribution to the television industry, Vance posthumously received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, at 7030 Hollywood Boulevard. \n\n\n\n\n\nVivian Vance Net Worth - $10 Million\n\n\n\n\n\nMore Facts about Vivian Vance\n\nThe Vivian Vance'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.