Virginia Cherrill Net Worth

Virginia Cherrill Net Worth is
$15 Million

Virginia Cherrill Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Actress in US and UK films of the early 1930s. Born on a farm, Cherrill was discovered by Charles Chaplin while sitting beside him at a boxing match in Los Angeles; he introduced himself at intermission and hired her for her debut in City Lights (1931). She met husband Cary Grant at the premiere of Blonde Venus (1932) and stopped working after ...

Date Of BirthApril 12, 1908, Carthage, Illinois, United States
DiedNovember 14, 1996, Santa Barbara, California, United States
Place Of BirthCarthage, Illinois, USA
Height5' 6" (1.68 m)
SpouseFlorian Kazimierz Martini (m. 1948–1996)
ParentsBlanche Cherrill, James E. Cherrill
Star SignAries
City Lights (1931)$150 /week
1[on rumors that her second husband Cary Grant and his roommate Randolph Scott were gay] Cary was crazy about women. Randolph Scott was no more gay than Cary was. And he was so handsome, he had women falling all over him. It's not like you read in the books. They lived in the same house and they got on well, but they didn't necessarily lead the same lives. They had different friends.
2[When asked why her film career ended] I was no great shakes as an actress.
1She did not give many interviews after her retirement from films. Her only extensive recorded interview was with filmmakers Kevin Brownlow and ;David Gill' for their documentary Unknown Chaplin (1983). Film historian Jeffrey Vance interviewed her extensively in her last years and quotes her in the book "Chaplin: Genius of the Cinema" (2003) and in the audio commentary track to the Criterion Collection edition DVD/Blu-ray of City Lights (1931).
2Close friend and former classmate of Sue Carol at Kemper Hall in Wisconsin.
3In her 1935 divorce from actor Cary Grant, she received $50,000, which was equivalent to 50% of his community property at the time.
4Through her third marriage she became stepmother of the father of William Villiers and aunt of the mother of Bart Ruspoli.
5Best remembered as the blind girl selling flowers in Charles Chaplin's City Lights (1931).


Troubled Waters1936June Elkhardt
Late Extra1935Janet Graham
What Price Crime1935Sandra Worthington (as Virginia Cherril)
Money Mad1934Linda
White Heat1934Lucille Cheney
Ladies Must Love1933Bill's Society Fiancee
Charlie Chan's Greatest Case1933Barbara Winterslip
He Couldn't Take It1933Eleanor Rogers
The Nuisance1933Miss Rutherford
Fast Workers1933Virginia
Delicious1931Diana Van Bergh
The Brat1931Angela
Girls Demand Excitement1931Joan Madison
City Lights1931A Blind Girl
The Air Circus1928Extra (uncredited)


Unknown Chaplin1983TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself
Hollywood on Parade No. B-11934ShortHerself (uncredited)

Archive Footage

American Masters2004TV Series documentaryHerself
Biography1993TV Series documentaryHerself - Grant's First Wife
Chaplin1992A Blind Girl (uncredited)

Won Awards

1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 1545 Vine Street.

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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