Sally Struthers was an actress known for her roles in such popular television shows as Leave It To Beaver, The Love Boat, M.A.S.H., Frasier, Cheers, Frasier, Magnum, The Love Boat and It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. She began her professional acting career with appearances on such TV shows as Come As You Are, M.A.S.H., Dog the Bounty Hunter and Here Come The Bride. She also had small roles in movies such as Grease, Rosemary, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, American Pie, Scrooged, The Perfect Score and Gran Torino. Sally Struthers also had some small roles in movies such as Vanilla Sky, Saturday Night Fever, Swing Vote and Here Comes The Bride.
Sally Struthers trivia will show that Sally Struthers was a very popular cast member of the very popular American sitcom It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. She played the role of Danny Zuko, the boy friend of Charlie Brown’s on the show who was often seen drinking with the rest of the gang. Her scenes were many hilarious and had the group always laughing hysterically. This became an enduring role for Sally Struthers, which made her an even more popular and well known personality in the United States and in particular the United Kingdom.
One of the many Sally Struthers facts is that she was actually born in Portland, Oregon. Her parents were separated when she was young and she was raised by her grandmother in Portland. She attended the Augustana College of Art and Design for two years, which was one of the first colleges in the United States to establish a course designed specifically for artists. Sally did very well at this school and then went on to high school in Portland Oregon, graduating in December 1947.
|Real Name||Sally Anne Struthers|
|Net Worth||$8 million|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height||in centimeters- 155 cm|
in meters- 1.55 m
in Feet Inches- 5′ 1″
|Weight||in Kilograms- 51 Kg|
in Pounds- 112 lbs
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Body Measurements||35-24-35 inches (89-61-89 cm)|
|Waist Size||24 inch|
|Hip Size||35 inch|
|Shoe Size||8 US|
|Dress Size||6 US|
|Date of Birth||July 28, 1947|
|Birth Place||Portland, Oregon, United States|
|Father Name||Robert Alden Struthers|
|Mother Name||Margaret Caroline Jernes|
|Siblings Name||Sue Struthers (Sister)|
|Ex-Husband||William C. Rader (m. 1977; div. 1983)|
|First Film||The Phynx (1970)|
|First Television Show||The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1970)|
Since she began her career on television, it is fair to say Sally Struthers has done a lot of acting work and also appeared in some films and television shows. Her first appearance on screen was in the movie Saturday Night Fever, where she played the character of Rosemary in the movie. Her career since then has included appearances in such films as Top Gun, Saturday Night Fever, Heat, Grease, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Get Shorty, Good Deed, The Perfect Team, Pretty Woman, A Few Good Men, Man on the Moon, A Boy, Good Times, and The Pirates of the Caribbean. Her later acting credits include appearing in the TV show Everybody Loves Raymond, Gossip Girl, Everybody Loves Somebody and finally the movie The Secret Life of Bees.
Sally Struthers trivia will show that she enjoyed a successful film career which saw her appear in the likes of Friday the 13th, Grease, Saturday Night Fever, Pretty Woman, A Few Good Men, Man on the Moon, A Boy, Good Times, and The Pirates of the Caribbean. It must be noted she did have an extended period of television silence between the release of the aforementioned movies and the release of her last film A Boy, Good Times, in which she was seen in the lead role. This may be due to the fact that the studio needed a little more time to edit out any scenes that they felt did not serve the purpose of the story and didn’t enhance the characters of the film.
Sally Struthers trivia will also show that she was born in Cleveland, Ohio on the 4th July. On this day she became the second woman in history to have blue eyes. Sally Struthers has brown hair color, which is a result of the natural color of her hair, and also the brown eye color she inherited. Sally Struthers was an avid reader as a child and even liked to write short stories during her youth.