Nancy Priddy

Who is Nancy Priddy?

Nancy Priddy is an American actress and singer-songwriter best known for her roles in the television shows Bewitched, The Waltons, and Matlock. Nancy Priddy is also the renowned celebrity mother of actress Christina Applegate, who is known for her roles as Kelly Bundy on the Fox sitcom Married With Children and Days of Our Lives.

Nancy Priddy – Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Nancy Priddy was born on January 22, 1941, to American parents in South Bend, Indiana, under the natal sign Aquarius. 

Katherina Iona (née Driggs) is her mother, and Carl C. Priddy is her father.

She has not yet given the media information about her siblings or educational background.

Net Worth of Nancy Priddy? Salary, Earning

Nancy Priddy’s net worth is reported to be $10 million, whereas Christina’s net worth is $25 million. 

She made good money during her hit days and now lives a lavish lifestyle.

Facts of Nancy Priddy

Age: 81 years
Birth Date: January 22, 1941
Full Name: Nancy Priddy
Net Worth: $10 million
Profession Actress and Singer-songwriter

Relationship, Married life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Nancy Priddy married Robert Applegate on November 10, 1970. 

However, on August 27, 1979, she divorced him after 9 years of marriage.

Christina Applegate, the former couple’s daughter, was born (born on 25 November 1971). 

Nancy Priddy is with her daughter Christina Applegate. Source: Zimbio

She also has a granddaughter, Sadie Grace LeNoble, who was born in Los Angeles and weighed 7lbs 8oz (27 January 2011).

Cancer of the Breast

However, it is no coincidence that both the mother and daughter are in their thirties and have survived breast cancer.

Christina, her daughter, was diagnosed with a BRCA1 genetic mutation in 2008.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Color

Nancy Priddy is of ordinary height and body weight. She has blonde hair, blue eyes, and a fair skin tone. 

She also likes to keep her hair short.

Nancy Priddy – Professional Career

Priddy’s stage credits include Bewitched, The Waltons, and Matlock. 

Nancy is also well-known for her role in Roger Kumble’s 2002 film The Sweetest Thing.

In The Sweetest Thing, she co-starred with Lillian Adams, Bryan Anthony, Linda Asuma, Chelsea Bond, and Charlie Dell as Mrs. Franklin.

In the 2016 film Bad Moms, written and produced by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, she played Christina Applegate’s mother. 

Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn, Kristen Bell, and Jada Pinkett Smith are among her clients.

Singing Profession ( 1964-68, 2007)

In the summer of 1961/62, Nancy used to act in musical revues at the Peninsula Players theater near Fish Creek, Wisconsin.

She then joined The Bitter End Artists in 1964, where she performed several songs alongside folk singers Lefty Baker, Tina Bohlmann, Bob Hider, Norris O’Neill, and Vilma Vaccaro.

Nancy’s 1968 album You’ve Come This Way Before was named a minor classic of psychedelic folk by Billboard. 

The same year, she provided playback vocals for Leonard Cohen’s debut album Songs of Leonard Cohen.

Nancy eventually returned to the music industry after a hiatus of several years in 2008 with the album Christina’s Carousel.

Nancy Priddy – Social Media Status

Nancy is not active on social media platforms such as Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. 

Though she is not on social media platforms such as Instagram or Twitter, she is aware of what is popular.

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Quick Facts of Nancy Priddy

  • Nancy is an American actress and singer-songwriter.
  • She rose to prominence after appearing on the television series Bewitched, The Waltons, and Matlock.
  • Nancy is also a famous celebrity mother of actress Christina Applegate.
  • She as an actress is famous for the 2002 movie The Sweetest Thing directed by Roger Kumble.
  • Nancy returned to the music industry after several years in 2008 with the album Christina’s Carousel.
  • The estimated net worth of Nancy is $10 million while her daughter, Christina has a net worth of $25 million.