Doris Day Singer actress animal rights activist
Doris Day is a 97 years old Singer actress animal rights activist from Cincinnati, Ohio. Doris Day was born on April 03, 1922 (died on May 13, 2019, she was 97 years old) in Cincinnati, Ohio as Doris Mary Kappelhoff. Her nickname was Kappelhoff Doris Mary Ann (birth name); Kappelhoff Clara (nickname).
Doris Day is an American actress singer and animal rights activist. Day began her career as a big band singer in 1939. Her popularity began to rise after her first hit recording Sentimental Journey in 1945. After leaving Les Brown & His Band of Renown to try a solo career she started her long-lasting partnership with Columbia Records which would remain her only recording label.
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Birth name of Doris Day is Doris Mary Kappelhoff
No, she died on 05/13/2019, 3 years ago. She was 97 years old when she died. Cause of death: pneumonia. She died in Carmel Valley Village
Doris Day had five marriages.
Thomas Exham Vincent Pease, (1910-1964)
George William Weidler, Jazz saxophonist
Day married with George William Weidler (63), on Saturday, March 30th, 1946. Doris was 23 and George William Weidler was 20 years old. They ended their 3 years, 2 months marriage in 1949.
Martin Melcher, American film producer
She married with Martin Melcher (52), in 1951. Doris was 28 and Martin Melcher was 35 years old. They finished their 17 years marriage in 1968.
Al Jorden, American Musician, Trombonist
She married with Al Jorden (50), on Saturday, March 1st, 1941. Doris was 18 and Al Jorden was 24 years old. After 1 year, 11 months, they break up on February 8th, 1943.
Barry Comden, American Restauranteur
She married with Barry Comden (74), in 1976. Doris Day was 53 and Barry Comden was 40 years old. After 5 years, they break up in 1981.
Doris Day net worth
She had a net worth of 200 million dollars.
Doris Day Albums (52)
There are 52 albums of Doris Day.
Her last album ベスト・アーティスト・コレクション・ドリス・デイ released 1 year 8 months ago. When ベスト・アーティスト・コレクション・ドリス・デイ released, she was 98 years old. This album contains 14 tracks
Her first album You're My Thrill - EP released 73 years ago, she was 27 years old when this album released. There were 8 songs in this album.
View all Doris Day albums.
Popular Doris Day Songs
- Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Classics from American Film, released 9 years ago)
- Again (Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966), released 77 years ago)
- Dream A Little Dream Of Me (Day By Night (with Paul Weston & His Music From Hollywood), released 64 years ago)
- Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps (With A Smile And A Song, released 74 years ago)
- If I Give My Heart To You - 78rpm Version (Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966), released 77 years ago)
- I'm Confessin' (You're My Thrill - EP, released 73 years ago)
- Lullaby Of Broadway (Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966), released 77 years ago)
- Sentimental Journey (Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966), released 77 years ago)
- A Bushel And A Peck - From The Broadway Show, "guys And Dolls" (Julie & Julia (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), released 13 years ago)
- Secret Love (Calamity Jane, released 68 years ago)
Doris Day Movies (53)
There are 53 movies of Doris Day.
Her first feature film was The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956, as Jo McKenna). She was 34 when she starred in this movie. Since 1956, she has appeared in 53 feature films. The last one is What a Difference a Day Made: Doris Day Superstar (2009). In this movie, she played the character Herself (voice) .Doris Day movies.
Doris Day movie characters
The names of the characters/jobs in the films she starred in are as follows:
|Jo McKenna||The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)||34|
|Calamity Jane||Calamity Jane (1953)||31|
|Jan Morrow||Pillow Talk (1959)||37|
|And the Oscar Goes To... (2014)||91|
|Cathy Timberlake||That Touch of Mink (1962)||40|
|Carol Templeton||Lover Come Back (1961)||39|
|Judy Kimball||Send Me No Flowers (1964)||42|
|That's Entertainment, Part II (1976)||54|
|Kit Preston||Midnight Lace (1960)||38|
|Erica Stone||Teacher's Pet (1958)||35|
|Ellen Wagstaff Arden||Move Over, Darling (1963)||41|
|Jennifer Nelson||The Glass Bottom Boat (1966)||44|
|Jo Jordan||Young Man with a Horn (1950)||27|
|Judy Adams||It's a Great Feeling (1949)||27|
|Kate Robinson Mackay||Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960)||37|
|Nanette Carter||Tea for Two (1950)||28|
|Laurie Tuttle||Young at Heart (1954)||32|
|Beverly Boyer||The Thrill of It All (1963)||41|
|Katherine 'Babe' Williams||The Pajama Game (1957)||35|
|Jane Osgood||It Happened to Jane (1959)||37|
|Miss Georgia Garrett||Romance on the High Seas (1948)||26|
|Ruth Etting||Love Me or Leave Me (1955)||33|
|Abby McClure||With Six You Get Eggroll (1968)||46|
|Herself||Doris Day: A Sentimental Journey (1991)||69|
|Kitty Wonder||Billy Rose's Jumbo (1962)||40|
|Josie Minick||The Ballad of Josie (1968)||45|
|Melinda Howard||Lullaby of Broadway (1951)||28|
|Janet Harper||Do Not Disturb (1965)||43|
|Marjorie 'Marjie' Winfield||On Moonlight Bay (1951)||29|
|Martha Gibson||My Dream Is Yours (1949)||27|
|That's Entertainment! III (1994)||72|
|Doris Day||Starlift (1951)||29|
|Herself||Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage (1983)||60|
|Jan Wilson||The West Point Story (1950)||28|
|Patricia Foster||Caprice (1967)||45|
|Julie Benton||Julie (1956)||34|
|Aimee Alexander||The Winning Team (1952)||30|
|Lucy Rice||Storm Warning (1951)||28|
|Grace LeBoy Kahn||I'll See You in My Dreams (1951)||29|
|Ethel S. 'Dynamite' Jackson||April in Paris (1952)||30|
|Isolde Poole||The Tunnel of Love (1958)||36|
|Marjorie Winfield||By the Light of the Silvery Moon (1953)||30|
|Archive footage||Hollywood Musicals of the 40's (2000)||78|
|Margaret Garrison||Where Were You When the Lights Went Out? (1968)||45|
|Herself||The Making of 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' (2000)||77|
|Herself||A Star Is Born World Premiere (1954)||32|
|Herself||The Doris Mary Anne Kappelhoff Special (1971)||48|
|Self||'Twas the Night - A Holiday Celebration (2004)||82|
|Herself||Doris Day Today (1975)||52|
|Candy Williams||Lucky Me (1954)||32|
|Herself||Every Girl's Dream (1966)||43|
|Herself||Rowan & Martin At the Movies (1968)||45|
|Herself||What a Difference a Day Made: Doris Day Superstar (2009)||86|
Doris Day TV Shows (5)
Her first TV Show was The Ed Sullivan Show (1948).Doris Day TV shows.
Nominated Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy in 1958 , nominated Golden Globe for an Actress in a Television Series in 1967 , nominated Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 1959 , awarded Henrietta Award in 1961 , nominated Academy Award for Best Actress in 1958 ,What was Doris's zodiac sign?
Doris Day zodiac sign was aries.
Where does She lives?
She is living in Cincinnati.
Other facts about Doris Day
|Alias||Kappelhoff Doris Mary Ann (birth name); Kappelhoff Clara (nickname)|
|Birth name||Doris Mary Kappelhoff|
|Languages spoken, written or signed||English|
|Work period (start)||1939-01-01T00:00:00Z|
|Family name||Kappelhoff. Show people with the surname Kappelhoff|
|Official website||Doris Day official website|
|Name in native language||Doris Day|
|Discography||Doris Day Discography|
|Filmography||Doris Day Filmography|
|Date of death||2019-05-13T00:00:00Z|
|Member of political party||Republican Party|
|Manner of death||Natural Causes|
|Cause of death||Pneumonia|
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|
|Work location||Los Angeles|
|Place of death||Carmel Valley Village|
|Work period (end)||1989-01-01T00:00:00Z|
|Given name||Doris , series ordinal: 1|
|Notable works||Que Sera, Sera|