Maggie Fitzgibbon Net Worth

Maggie Fitzgibbon Net Worth is
$7 Million

Maggie Fitzgibbon Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Maggie Fitzgibbon (born 30 January 1929) is an Australian actress and singer,.Fitzgibbon was born in Melbourne. Coming from a show-business family, she is the sister of the late Smacka Fitzgibbon. She began her career as operatic soprano Margaret Fitzgibbon with the Tivoli Circuit in 1946 before graduating to radio 2GB with Jack Davey. Around 1950 she started developing as a solo cabaret performer in Sydney's main night clubs and during this period she changed her performing name to Maggie. She was spotted there by Sir Frank Tait of J.C. Williamsons, who offered her the featured role of Bianca in the 1952 Australian production of Kiss Me Kate, in which she appeared with Hayes Gordon.Maggie then left for the UK and was soon cast as Principal Boy in the Aladdin pantomime at Blackpool, opposite Hylda Baker who played Widow Twankey. Then came a twelve months tour with Flanagan and Allen in The Crazy Gang. Her own cabaret act followed at The Astor, The Stork Room, The Pigalle and, in 1956, Winston's Club with Danny La Rue. More cabarets, stage musicals and plays came along (including playing the role of Jane in a 1960 London revival of Rudolf Friml's Rose Marie, for which she recreated the role in a studio cast recording the following year) until, in 1961 she appeared opposite Max Bygraves in the musical Do Re Mi.Fitzgibbon appeared on various British television dramas such as Danger Man. The BBC cast her in the starring role of Vivienne Cooper in their TV series The Newcomers which ran from 1965 to 1969. This led to her own show for London Weekend Television Maggie's Place and guest appearances with such as Benny Hill and Morecambe and Wise. She also played a leading role as Adelaide in LWT's 1970 26-part wartime drama Manhunt, and appeared in the 1972 film Sunstruck opposite Harry Secombe.Maggie returned to Australia briefly in 1963 to star in Noël Coward's Australian production of his musical Sail Away, then returning to London to star with Bob Monkhouse and Ronnie Corbett in the Drury Lane production of The Boys from Syracuse (Luce). Her final West End appearance was in Side By Side By Sondheim after which she retired to farm in Australia, making only occasional guest appearances, mainly on the concert stage. In 2002 she was awarded an OAM for services to the community.Maggie Fitzgibbon was featured in the Victorian Jazz Archive exhibition entitled The Fitzgibbon Dynasty.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthJanuary 30, 1929
Place Of BirthMelbourne, Victoria, Australia
Star SignAquarius


A Place to Call Home1987TV MovieAlva
Tales of the Unexpected1982TV SeriesMelissa Mellor
The Morecambe & Wise Show1976TV SeriesMiss Flanagan and Allen
ITV Sunday Night Drama1976TV SeriesPolly Wells
Crown Court1974-1975TV SeriesConstance Bell / Ethella Burns
Wodehouse Playhouse1975TV SeriesHelga Schnellenhamer
Country Matters1973TV Mini-SeriesStella Bartholomew
Sunstruck1972Shirley Marshall
Manhunt1970TV SeriesAdelaide
Comedy Playhouse1970TV SeriesLaura Marshall
The Newcomers1965-1969TV SeriesVivienne Cooper
Cooperama1966TV Series
The Worker1965TV SeriesFanny / J.C.
Reluctant Bandit1965TV MovieLili
ITV Play of the Week1964TV SeriesLeoni
No Hiding Place1963-1964TV SeriesJanet Marlow / Lila
It's a Square World1962-1963TV SeriesVarious Characters
Drama 61-671963TV SeriesMrs Kittel
Benny Hill1963TV SeriesLulubelle
BBC Sunday-Night Play1962TV Mini-SeriesMargaret
The Slaughter of St. Teresa's Day1962TV MovieWilma
Danger Man1961TV SeriesPeta Jason
Rush Hour1958TV Series
Together Again1957TV Series


The Harry Secombe Show1972TV SeriesHerself
Stars on Sunday1969-1972TV SeriesHerself
Holiday Startime Special1970TV MovieHerself - Hostess
The Golden Shot1970TV SeriesHerself
Maggie's Place1970TV SeriesHerself - Hostess
Call My Bluff1969-1970TV SeriesHerself
Dee Time1968TV SeriesHerself
Cooperama1966TV SeriesHerself
Juke Box Jury1962TV SeriesHerself - Panellist
Sid Caesar Invites You1958TV SeriesHerself
The Music Box1957TV SeriesHerself

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I Love Morecambe & Wise2002TV Movie documentary
The Best of Morecambe & Wise2001Video

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