Dawn Elberta Wells popularly knows as Dawn Wells is an American actress. She is best known for his role as Mary Ann Summers on the CBS sitcom Gilligan’s Island.
|Name – Dawn Elberta Wells|
|Net Worth – $8 Million|
|Date of Birth – 18 October 1938|
|Nationality – American|
|Profession – Actress|
|Height – 1.63 m|
It is to be noted that Dawn Wells was crowned as Miss Nevada in 1960.
Dawn Wells Net Worth
Dawn Wells has an estimated net worth of $8 million. She accumulated most of his wealth during her acting career.
Born in Reno, Nevada, she completed he schooling in Reno High School. She completed her college studies at Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri.
Dawn Wells was also a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority.
After winning the Miss Nevada title, she made her debut with ABC’s The Roaring 20s and the movie The New Interns.
She acted in more than 80 films in her long 60-year-old career.
After doing film and theater, she was appointed as Marketing Ambassador for Metv in 2016.
Apart from a movie career, she also ran a clothing business. She founded a company called Wishing Wells Collections in which she sold clothes to help people with limited mobility.
She also actively participated in various charity events and donated money and clothes.
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Dawn Wells Quotes
1. My Life is your life, Mary Ann I am not just acting like you I am you living in your spirit. – Dawn Wells
2. I am active and very busy and I am very lucky to be healthy, I am very lucky to be working, i have been very, very busy and very happy. – Dawn Wells
3. I have been resonating with young boys for 50 years, [But] it was wholesome and not risqu. So mom and dad didn’t care what you watched. And I think we raised a good generation because of that… I’ve had soldiers tell me, ‘I carried your picture in my helmet.’ I had families say, ‘The only way we ever got along was when we were watching your show.’ It had an impact that was far more than just 30 minutes.- Dawn Wells
4. I think Mary Ann was – she had been your friend, a companion, there was no bullying, she pitched in and she worked and I think that is what is really necessary today.