Tuesday Weld American actress

Tuesday Weld is a 80 years old American actress from New York City, New York. She was born on August 27, 1943 in New York City, New York as Susan Ker Weld. Her nickname is Weld Susan Ker.


Her real name:
Birth name of Tuesday Weld is Susan Ker Weld
Is Tuesday Weld still alive?

Yes, Tuesday Weld is still alive Last check: 3 years ago


Her mother is Yosene Balfour Weld and her father is Lathrop Motley Weld.


Yosene Balfour Weld
Mother: Yosene Balfour Weld
Lathrop Motley Weld
Father: Lathrop Motley Weld


Tuesday Weld had two marriages.

Pinchas Zukerman

Pinchas Zukerman, Israeli classical musician

She married with Pinchas Zukerman (71), in 1985. Tuesday Weld was 41 and Pinchas Zukerman was 36 years old. After 13 years, they break up in 1998.

Dudley Moore

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Weld married with Dudley Moore (66), on Saturday, September 20th, 1975. Tuesday Weld was 32 and Dudley Moore was 40 years old. They ended their 4 years, 9 months marriage in 1980.

Tuesday Weld net worth

She has a net worth of 5 million dollars.


Tuesday Weld Movies (40)

There are 40 movies of Tuesday Weld.

Her first feature film was Once Upon a Time in America (1984, as Carol). She was 40 when she starred in this movie. Since 1984, she has appeared in 40 feature films. The last one is Mother and Daughter: The Loving War (1980). In this movie, she played the character Lillie Lloyd McCann .

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Tuesday Weld movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films she starred in are as follows:

Tuesday Weld TV Shows (18)

Her first TV Show was Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951).

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Awards (1)

Nominated Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1976 .

What is Tuesday's zodiac sign?

Tuesday Weld zodiac sign is virgo.

When is Weld's next birthday?

Tuesday Weld was born on the , which was a Friday. She will be turning 81 in only 33 days from today (25 July, 2024).

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