Biography - A Short Wiki
Sally Struthers is a popular actress, spokeswoman, and activist from America. She is best known for her roles as Gloria Stivic and Edith Bunker in the sitcom television series “All in the Family,” for which she won two Emmy awards. She also voiced the character, Rebecca Cunningham, in the animated television series TaleSpin.
Here is a short summary of Sally Struthers' career:
Sally Struthers started her career in the 1960s and rose to stardom in the early 1970s. She got her first significant role in the 1970 movie Five Easy Pieces when she was cast against Jack Nicholson. In 1972, she appeared in the box office success thriller movie The Getaway.
Family and Personal Life
Struthers married her husband William C. Rader, who was a psychiatrist in the year 1977. Together, they are the parents of a daughter named Samantha. The couple divorced in 1983 due to irreconcilable differences.
|Husband/Spouse (Name):||William C. Rader (m. 1977–1983)|
|Children/Kids||Yes (Samantha Struthers Rader)|
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Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Sally Anne Struthers|
|Age (as of today)||74 years|
|Date of Birth||July 28, 1947|
|Place of Birth||Portland, Oregon, United States|
|Height||1.55 m, 5 feet 1 inch|
|Weight||62 kg, 136.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$10 million|
|Occupation||Activist, Actress, Spokeswoman|
Height, Weight, and Age
Sally Struthers' height is not very tall measuring 1.55 m. The activist weighs 62 kg. Being born on July 28, 1947, translates to an age of 74 years as of todays date (June 27, 2022).
I just feel energized when I am around young, talented people. There is something about these kids that’s amazing. I learn as much from them as they do from me.Sally Struthers
If a man is pictured chopping off a woman’s breast, it only gets a R rating, but if, God forbid, a man is pictured kissing a woman’s breast, it gets an X rating. Why is violence more acceptable than tenderness?Sally Struthers