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Sandy Duncan Biography

Sandra Kay Duncan (February 20, 1946) is an actress, comedian, dancer, and singer from the United States.Duncan was born in Henderson, Texas, on February 20, 1946, parents Sylvia and Mancil Ray Duncan and Kat Zinsman, a gas station owner.Duncan was an unknown actress in Los Angeles in the late 1960s when she was cast in a commercial for United California Bank (later First Interstate Bank, which was subsequently merged with Wells Fargo), in which she played a bank teller who, despite several attempts, is unable to pronounce the Greek name of a customer, “Nicholas H. Janopaparopoulos.”she says apologetically.

Both films underperformed at the box office.Duncan played as “Sandy Stockton” in the CBS sitcom Funny Face in the fall of 1971.13th (and final) episode.Funny Face’s Nielsen ratings were initially low, in the low 50s; nevertheless, they gradually increased to #17, and it was named the best-liked new show of that television season.CBS cancelled the show after 13 episodes.


Duncan starred as Pinocchio in a TV musical adaption in 1976, alongside Danny Kaye as “Geppetto” and Flip Wilson as “the Fox.”enjoy a raunchy moment with Fozzie Bear reminiscing about “The Banana Sketch.”She was then nominated for another Emmy for her role as “Missy Anne Reynolds” in the miniseries Roots.

Date of Birth 20 February 1946
Age 75
Birthplace Henderson, Texas, United States
Zodiac  Pisces
Nationality American
Profession Actress
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Sandy Duncan Career

Duncan received three Tony Award nominations: for “Featured Actress (Musical)” in Canterbury Tales in 1969, “Best Actress (Musical)” in The Boy Friend in 1971, and “Best Actress (Musical)” in Peter Pan in 1980.

Duncan was voiced by an animated version of herself in “Sandy Duncan’s Jekyll and Hyde,” an episode of the CBS Saturday morning animation The New Scooby-Doo Movies, which aired in 1972.
She guest-starred as Gillian in “The Return of Bigfoot” episodes of The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman in 1976.

In the same year, she appeared as a guest star in a first-season episode of The Muppet Show.She played alongside Ken Berry, Harry Morgan, and Roddy McDowall in Disney’s The Cat from Outer Space in 1978.
Duncan served as the advertising spokesperson for Nabisco’s Wheat Thins crackers from the mid-1970s until the 1980s.

She played Vixey in The Fox and the Hound in 1981.In 1984, she starred in the Radio City Music Hall production 5-6-7-8…Dance! and supplied voice work for Firefly and Applejack in the My Little Pony television special Rescue at Midnight Castle.

She repeated her role as Firefly in the My Little Pony ‘n Friends TV series from 1986 to 1987.
After Valerie Harper was fired from the comedy Valerie’s Family (formerly known as Valerie, subsequently renamed The Hogan Family), she joined the cast of NBC’s Valerie’s Family (originally known as Valerie, later renamed The Hogan Family).


Sandy Hogan, the matriarch’s sister-in-law, moved in with her brother Mike (Josh Taylor) and his three sons after Valerie Hogan’s death to assist raise the family.

Duncan stayed with the show until it was cancelled in 1991. She was a part of the first three Barney and the Backyard Gang children’s videos, which were released in 1988. Duncan was approached about appearing in the Barney & Friends television series, but he declined. She voiced Peepers the mouse in Don Bluth’s Rock-a-Doodle in 1991. In the Richard Rich film The Swan Princess, she voiced Queen Uberta in 1994. She was part of the revolving cast of Wit & Wisdom, an Off-Broadway staged reading, in 2003.

She was one of the principal characters in the musical No, No, Nanette, which was part of the City Center’s annual Encores! season in May 2008. She played the lead part in the play Driving Miss Daisy at Casa Maana Theatre in Fort Worth, Texas, in April 2009. She starred in Tennessee Williams’ drama The Glass Menagerie at the Mountain Playhouse in Jennerstown, Pennsylvania, in September 2009. She’s also been in a number of touring theatre shows, including The King and I. Duncan debuted as Madame du Maurier in the Broadway production of Finding Neverland on February 12, 2016.

Sandy Duncan Net worth, Salary

Her net worth is astronomically high. Sandy Duncan net worth is estimated to be around $5 million dollars.

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  • Name:Sandy Duncan
  • Date of Birth:20 February 1946
  • Age:75
  • Place of Birth: Henderson, Texas, United States
  • Birth Sign: Pisces
  • Occupation:Actress
  • Nationality:American

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