How Much is Connie Stevens Worth?
Probably, young readers don’t remember the series “Hawaiian Eye”, which was quite popular in 1959-1963. The show was produced by ABC and was on air during long 4 seasons, which is a real record for that time.
The series told about the work of detective agency “Hawaiian Eye”, which was hired as the security service of a rich Hawaiian Village Hotel. The show got high ratings on TV and the actors, who played the leading characters, were immediately ranked as new-born TV stars. Connie Stevens, who portrayed the photographer Cricket Blake, was one of them.
Currently Connie Stevens net worth is estimated at $50 million. She made this wealth mostly through her works of an actress, singer and filmmaker.
Her salary for “Hawaiian Eye” series was $300 per week, which seems a nuisance nowadays, but then was a great amount.
Her earnings for another screen work, “Young and Dangerous”, was estimated at $600.
Connie Stevens gained incredible popularity in 60s of the former century. Nowadays her career is in its slow phase. Nevertheless she still appears in new movies and TV shows from time to time. Among her latest screen works there are the roles in “Just Before I Go” and “Search Engines”.
Alongside acting, Connie Stevens developed career of a singer too. In 1958 she presented her first album “Concetta”, which enjoyed some success. Connie Stevens gained international fame due to her singles “Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb”, “Too Young to Go Steady”, “Mr. Songwriter” etc.
Having saved enough money from acting and singing, Connie Stevens found another sources of wealth. She launched her own company Connie Stevens Garden Sanctuary Day Spa, thus having become a successful business lady. In addition she produced “Saving Grace B. Jones”, which later has become a hit.
Both, her acting and music careers, brought Connie Stevens her wealth. But how did that all start?