Eddie Fisher
Eddie Fisher
Celebrated Name: Eddie Fisher
Real Name/Full Name: Edwin Jack Fisher
Gender: Male
Age at the time of death: 82 years old
Birth Date: 10 August 1928
Date of Death: 22 September 2010
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.64 m
Weight: 70 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Wife/Spouse (Name): Betty Lin (m. 1993–2001), Terry Richard (m. 1975–1976), Connie Stevens (m. 1967–1969), Elizabeth Taylor (m. 1959–1964), Debbie Reynolds (m. 1955–1959)
Children: Yes (Carrie Fisher, Todd Fisher, Joely Fisher, Tricia Leigh Fisher)
Dating/Girlfriend
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Profession: Singer and actor
Net Worth in 2020: $30 million
Last Updated: September 2020

Eddie Fisher was an American singer and an actor who passed away on September 22, 2010. He was the most popular and successful singer of his time- mainly during the 1950s. He had a record of being the few to have sold millions of records and host to various TV shows. He became the Coca-Cola Company’s spokesperson after signing a $1 million contract in 1953.

Maybe you know about Eddie Fisher very well But do you know how old was he at the time of his death and what is his net worth in 2020? If you do not know, We have prepared this article about details of Eddie Fisher’s short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, today’s net worth, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start.

Early Life

Edwin John Fisher was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to a Russian Jewish immigrant couple Gitte, a.k.a. Katherine or “Katie and Joseph Tisch. Subsequently, his father’s surname was changed from Tisch to Fisher by the census of 1940. He was fourth in number out of seven kids in the family.

Fisher’s talent as a singer was uncovered at a very young age, and he would win numerous amateur competitions. He dropped out of high school to pursue a singing career after he had become a local superstar.

Personal Life

Fisher had been in fame not only for his profession but also for him five marriages. He had four children from two of his wives. He married Debbie Reynolds in 1955 and had two kids with her- Carrie Fisher and Todd Fisher. Their marriage lasted only for five years, after which he married British-American actress Elizabeth Taylor with whom again it lasted for five years. He had two more kids- Joely Fisher and Tricia Leigh Fisher with his third wife, Connie Stevens.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 10 August 1928, Eddie Fisher was 82 years old at the time of his death. His height was 1.64 m. tall, and weigh 70 kg.

Career

Fisher, at the age of four, won his first competition following which he entered every amateur contest. He made his professional debut at the age of 12 on local radio of Philadelphia- WFIL and performed for radio shows. His first-ever hit was “Thinking of You.”

In 1951, Fisher was selected by the U.S. Army, where he was an official vocalist for the United States Army Band. Two years later, in 1953, he sang in popular nightclubs and different television-series, out of which the most hyped was Coke Time with Eddie Fisher for the next four years.

In the Top 10 charts from 1950 to 1956, 17 of his songs were on the list.

Some of his hit songs are “Wish You Were Here,” “Oh My Pa-Pa,” “Games That Lovers Play,” “Outside of Heaven,” “I’m Walking Behind You,” and much more.

Fisher had performed in top-most concert halls throughout the U.S. He was a star performer at the New York’s Palace Theatre and the Palladium in London.

Awards & Achievements

Fisher was awarded the Primetime Emmy Awards in 1955 and 1956 for Best Male Singer. For his show, Coke time in 1958, he won the Golden Globe Award. Fisher has also hit the Hollywood Walk of Fame with two stars: one for recording, and the other one for television.

Net Worth & Salary of Eddie Fisher in 2020

Eddie Fisher Net Worth
Eddie Fisher Net Worth

As of September 2020, Eddie Fisher had a net worth of $30 million. Apart from his The Eddie Fisher Show, Coke Time, he also starred in various other TV series like The Colgate Comedy Hour, Texaco Star Theatre, The George Gobel Show, and more.

He wrote two autobiographies- Eddie: “My Life, My Loves” in 1981 and “Been There, Done That” in 1999.

Although Fisher was a great singer, he was mostly bounded by controversies, especially due to his marriages. Despite all this, he must be appreciated for owning up to his deeds, though it led to the downfall of his career.

His fifth wife died on April 15, 2001, due to lung cancer, and he passed away in 2010 due to several surgical complications.

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