Beverly D’Angelo is an American actress and former singer best known as ‘Patsy Cline’ from ‘Coal Miner’s Daughter.’ Beverly D’Angelo has played a role in TV shows and films such as ‘National Lampoon’s Vacation,’ ‘Coal Miner’s Daughter,’ and ‘Insatiable,’ to name a few. Since embarking on an acting career, she was a member of the band ‘The Hawks,’ also recognized as ‘The Band.’
|Full Name:||Beverly D’Angelo|
|Born Date:||November 15, 1951|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Capricorn, Cancer, Pisces|
|Profession:||Actress, Voiceover Artist, former singer|
|Country:||The United States of America|
|Height:||5 feet 2 inches (1.57m)|
|Married Date:||September 8, 1981|
|Break Up||Al Pacino|
|Birth Place||Upper Arlington, Ohio|
|Education||Ohio State University|
|Siblings||Three(Jeff, Tim, and Tony)|
|Kids||Two(Olivia Pacino and Anton James Pacino)|
Beverly D’Angelo Biography
Beverly D’Angelo was born Beverly Heather D’Angelo on November 15, 1951. She is now 68 years old. Beverly is from the United States of America and was born in Upper Arlington, Ohio. Eugene Constantino and Priscilla Ruth gave birth to her. Furthermore, her mother was a well-known violinist, and her father was a bass player who owned a television station. She was the granddaughter of Howard Dwight Smith, the builder who planned Ohio State University’s Ohio (“Horseshoe”) Stadium.
Beverly is of Mixed ancestry and American nationality. D’Angelo was born under the Scorpio astrological symbol. Her parents had only one boy, a daughter. D’Angelo was raised by her three siblings, Jeff, Tim, and Tony. Speaking further regarding her upbringing, it is clear that she has a musical inclination since she acquired musical genes from her mother.
Beverly was a big fan of rock and jazz songs, among other things. However, in her adolescence, she changed her attention from music to acting. Similarly, she had been an aspiring artist since her youth, and her preference for animation shows was apparent. She was especially fond of Hannah Barbara studios’ animation.
Height, Weight & Body Measurement
Beverly does not seem to be in her 60s based on her age. As it comes to height, D’Angelo is 5 feet and 2 inches tall. Similarly, she weighs 61 kilograms, which is equivalent to 135 Ibs. In addition, her body dimensions are 37-25-37 centimeters. Beverly’s bra size is 34, and her cup size is C. Her dress and shoe sizes are 6(US) and 8(US), respectively. Beverly’s blue mesmerizing eyes and brown hair bring more charm to her charming personality.
Beverly D’Angelo’s Net Worth
She has amassed a sizable fortune due to her hard work and persistence. She is 68 years old and has a net worth of about $20 million. As a result, it is safe to say that she is enjoying a glamorous existence in her late 60s.
Beverly D’Angelo never returned to the stage after this performance, although he co-starred with Ed Harris in Sam Shepherd’s “Simpatico” off-Broadway production in 1995. She starred in the first three episodes of the tv miniseries ‘Captains and Kings’ in 1976. The audience praised this series, which gave her hope. Not only did this miniseries give her faith, but it also introduced her to Woody Allen, who offered her a tiny but essential part in 1977’s “Annie Hall.” D’Angelo played the role of ‘Actress’ in ‘Rob’s T.V. Show,’ while Woody Allen played the lead. She played Shelley in First Love and Sandra in The Sentinel the same year.
Beverly’s acting career flourished, and even Hollywood couldn’t help but admire her. She appeared in ‘Every Other Way Except Loose’ and ‘Hair’ in 1987. Her breakout part, however, was as ‘Patsy Cline’ in ‘Coal Miner’s Daughter.’ It was a biopic focused on actual events, and Angelo received worldwide acclaim for her courageous depiction of the meaty role. Similarly, Beverly sang in this film for her character, which won her a Golden Globe nomination for ‘Best Actress in a Supporting Role.’
Similarly, Beverly has little intention of looking back; she dominated Hollywood by portraying various characters in her films, ranging from prostitutes to wealthy brats, and widows to depressed mothers. Her appearance in films such as ‘Paternity,’ ‘Finders Keepers,’ ‘The Pope Must Die,’ and ‘The Crazysitter.’ Her appearance in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ landed her a few key roles in films such as ‘Slow Burn’ and ‘Sweet Temptation.’
Beverly D’Angelo Husband, Marriage
Beverly D’Angelo’s marriage life has taken a turn for the worse. Her first partner, Lorenzo Salviati, is an Italian actor with whom she married on September 8, 1981. Unfortunately, their union did not last, and they separated on November 5, 1995, on mutual agreement.
Beverly dated Academy Award nominee Anton Furst after her split from Lorenzo. Anton worked as a production designer, but the collaboration ended when Anton committed suicide in 1991. Similarly, she did not share vows with Al Pacino, but the couple did have children, Olivia Pacino and Anton James Pacino.
Among Beverly’s ex-boyfriends, meat Loaf, Sam Kinison, Milos Forman, Neil Jordan, and Scott Baio. D’Angelo is now leading a single life after several failures in her love life.