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Mary Arden Net Worth

Mary Arden Net Worth is
$1.5 Million

Mary Arden Biography

Mary Shakespeare, née Arden, (c. 1537–1608) was the mother of William Shakespeare. She was the daughter of Robert Arden. The Arden family had been prominent in Warwickshire since before the Norman Conquest. She was the youngest of eight daughters, and she inherited her father's farm, now called Mary Arden's House, in Wilmcote, Warwickshire when he died in December 1556.Richard Shakespeare, the father of John Shakespeare, Mary's husband, was a tenant farmer on land owned by her father in Snitterfield. As the daughter of Richard's landlord; she may have known John since childhood. Mary married John Shakespeare in 1557, when she was 20 years old. She birthed eight children: Joan (1558), Margaret (1562–63), William (1564–1616), Gilbert (1566–1612), Joan (1569–1646), Anne (1571–79), Richard (1574–1613), and Edmund (1580–1607). Though they had many children, the couple did not have good luck. Their first daughter, Joan, born 1558 died, the name was used again for their third daughter. Their second daughter, Margaret, also died in infancy. Some members of the wider Arden family were of the Catholic faith.Mary was from a family of status and her ancestors had connections in society, such as Thomas Arden, who fought in the thirteenth century civil war for the Barons and Simon de Montfort; Robert Arden who fought in the War of Roses; John Arden who served on the court of King Henry VII. Upon her Father's death, Mary inherited land in Snitterfield and Wilmcote.Mary Arden's House in Wilmcote has been maintained in good condition because it had been a working farmhouse over the centuries. It was bought by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in 1930 and refurnished in the Tudor style.In 2000 it was discovered that the building preserved as Mary Arden's house had belonged to a friend and neighbour Adam Palmer and the house was renamed Palmer's Farm. The house that had belonged to the Arden family which was near to Palmer's Farm had been acquired by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in 1968 for preservation as part of a farmyard without knowing its true provenance. The house and farm are open as historic museum displaying 16th century life.

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Quick Facts

Date Of BirthStratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom
DiedSeptember 1608, Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom
Place Of BirthSt. Louis, Missouri, USA
Height5' 9" (1.75 m)
ProfessionActress
SpouseJohn Shakespeare (m. 1557–1601)
ChildrenWilliam Shakespeare, Joan Shakespeare
ParentsMary Arden, Robert Arden
Wikipediahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Shakespeare
Star SignLeo


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1Spent four years in the Caribbean and Latin America as a marketing director and general manager for Helena Rubinstein International. Subsequently resided in Mexico City, running her own modeling, acting and self-improvement academy, as well as co-hosting television documentaries for Mexican Public Television.
2At one time operated her own marketing and body language consulting firm, Arden Associates, based in New York.
3Was on the faculty of New York University's Department of Culture and Communication, where she taught cross-cultural and business communication.
4Was on the cover of top fashion magazines, including Italian Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Glamour, Mademoiselle, Bellezza, L'Art et la Mode and Novita.
5She now runs a successful image consultancy agency and often appears on news programs discussing celebrity scandals.
6Worked with two Italian skeleton-clad criminals in her career; Sadistik in the photo comics and Kriminal in film.


Filmography

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Bloody Christmas2012Sister Rose
Los marcados1971as Dawn Arden
Doctors' Wives1971One of Lorrie's Relatives (uncredited)
Master Stroke1967Dorothy
Kriminal1966Gloria Farr
A... come assassino1966Angela Prescott
I due sanculotti1966
Juliet of the Spirits1965TV Actress (uncredited)
Oh! Those Most Secret Agents1964
La vendetta di Spartacus1964
I due evasi di Sing Sing1964
Blood and Black Lace1964Peggy Peyton
I maniaci1964Party Guest (segment "L'hobby")
L'attico1963Gunilla

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