Barbara Sinatra | $ 100 Million
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Barbara Sinatra Net Worth

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Net Worth $ 100 Million
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Born on: 16th Oct 27 Born in: United States Marital status: Married Occupation: Las Vegas showgirl and model
Born as Barbara Marx Sinatra has an estimated net worth of $100 million. She is a former model and showgirl who became the fourth and final wife of singer Frank Sinatra (from 1976 until his death in 1998). Before Sinatra, she was married to Robert Harrison Oliver who was an executive affiliated with the Miss Universe Pageant. They have a son named Bobby and filed for divorce after. It was also during this time when she began her career in show business being a show girl in a Las Vegas casino. In addition, she likewise worked as a fashion model for the known Mr. Blackwell. Eventually, Sinatra became the wife of the “fourth Marx brother”, Zeppo Marx, back in 1959. It was even quite unusual that her son Bobby changed his name to “Bobby Marx” when she married Marx. The marriage also ended in divorce and then started seeing the singing legend Frank Sinatra. Her wedding with Sinatra stuck until the singer’s death in 1998. Sinatra converted to Roman Catholicism prior to her marriage with the legendary singer. Lifted from her book, Lady Blue Eyes: My Life With Frank, “He [Frank] never asked me to change faith for him, but I could tell he was pleased that I’d consider it.” The singer Sinatra requested that his marriage to Nancy Barbato be annulled. The church approved and allowed him to marry Barbara Sinatra.
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