What Is The Ursula Andress Net Worth? Also Know About Her Career!

The Ursula Andress Net Worth 

The Ursula Andress Net Worth 

Ursula Andress Net Worth: Swiss actress and former model Ursula Andress has a net worth of $25 million. For her role as Bond girl Honey Ryder in the first James Bond film, “Dr. No,” Ursula Andress rose to fame in 1962. Following that, she continued to make appearances in a variety of movies, such as “Fun in Acapulco,” “She,” “The Blue Max,” “Casino Royale,” and “Slave of the Cannibal God,” and “Clash of the Titans.” Andress had romantic relationships with many well-known men, including Harry Hamlin, Ryan O’Neal, and Jean-Paul Belmondo.


Early Life Of Ursula 

The third of six children born to Anna and diplomat Rolf in Ostermundigen, Switzerland, on March 19, 1936, was Ursula Andress. Heinz, Erika, Charlotte, Gisela, and Kàtey are her siblings. Andress’s father left the nation when she was a child due to political reasons; as a result, her grandfather raised her. She studied art in Paris after finishing her high school education in Bern at 16. Andress then relocated to Rome, Italy, where she worked as a nanny.


The Ursula Andress Net Worth 

Career Start-Up

Midway through the 1950s, Andress started acting in Italian movies. She scored walk-on parts in “An American in Rome,” “The Sins of Casanova,” and “La Catena Dell’odio” after meeting a producer at a party.

Late in 1955, Andress agreed to a seven-year contract with Paramount Pictures after arriving in Hollywood. But because she was reluctant to learn English, the arrangement didn’t result in any acting jobs for her. Andress eventually purchased her release from the agreement. She subsequently joined Columbia Pictures but failed to produce any movies for the company.

Additional Film Career

Andress performed the female lead in the 1963 Elvis Presley musical “Fun in Acapulco” after she gained prominence with “Dr. No.” She appeared in the Western comedy “4 for Texas” the same year as Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, and Anita Ekberg also acted. In 1965, Andress had her busiest year yet in the movies, starring in five different movies: “Nightmare in the Sun,” “She,” “What’s New Pussycat?” and “Up to His Ears,” as well as the Italian-French farce “The 10th Victim.” In the military movie “The Blue Max,” Andress made a comeback as the love interest of George Peppard’s character. She then portrayed spy Vesper Lynd in the James Bond film before starring in the drama “Once Before I Die.”

The Ursula Andress Net Worth 

Andress starred in the worldwide spaghetti western “Red Sun” and the British heist movie “Perfect Friday” in the early 1970s. The Sensuous Nurse, The Loves and Times of Scaramouche, Sex with a Smile II, and Double Murder are just a few of the Italian movies in which she later appeared. She also starred in Stateline Motel, Loaded Guns, Africa Express, and several others. Additionally, Andress starred in the cult horror classic “Slave of the Cannibal God” opposite Stacy Keach. With the comedy “Tigers in Lipstick” and the action adventure “The Fifth Musketeer,” she brought the decade to a close. In 1981’s epic adventure movie “Clash of the Titans,” Andress played the Greek goddess Aphrodite. She made fewer appearances in movies over the years and her employment was less consistent. Since then, notable works have included “Red Bells,” the third and fourth “Fantaghir” movies, and the fifth “Cremaster” movie.

Career in Television

Andress made her television debut in an episode of the anthology series “Thriller” the same year as “Dr. No.” She didn’t make a television appearance again until more than twenty years later, in a 1983 episode of the action-adventure show “Manimal.” In the following episodes of “The Love Boat” and the miniseries “Peter the Great,” Andress appeared. She appeared in a three-episode arc on the daytime serial opera “Falcon Crest” in 1988.

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