Dolly Parton Net Worth, Husband, Age, Height, Weight, Career, Bio

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Dolly Parton first became a star with country star Porter Wagoner before launching a solo career featuring hits such as “Joshua,” “Jolene,” “The Bargain Store,” “I Will Always Love You,” “Here You Come Again,” “9 to 5” and “Islands in the Stream.” It’s all about Dolly Parton net worth, husband, career, family, height, lifestyle, and biography.

Dolly Parton Bio:

NameDolly Rebecca Parton
Nick NameAunt Granny, Iron Butterfly, Backwoods Barbie
Date of BirthJanuary 19, 1946
Age (2022)76 Years
Birth PlaceSevier County, Tennessee
Zodiac SignCapricorn

Dolly Parton Family & Personal Life:

Marital StatusMarried 
Marriage DateMay 30, 1966
HusbandCarl Thomas Dean
Carl Thomas Dean
BoyfriendCarl Thomas Dean
FatherRobert Lee Parton
Robert Lee Parton
MotherAvie Lee Owens
Avie Lee Owens
BrothersRandy Parton
Randy Parton

David Wilburn Parton

David Wilburn Parton
Floyd Parton

Floyd Parton

Larry Gerald Parton
Larry Gerald Parton
SistersStella Parton
Stella Parton

Rachel Dennison
Rachel Dennison

Freida Estelle Parton

Freida Estelle Parton

Cassie Nan Parton

Cassie Nan Parton
Son Unknown

Dolly Parton was born on January 19, 1946, in Locust Ridge, Tennessee, to Opal and Raymond Parton. She grew up in a low-income family in rural Appalachia. Her family consisted of 12 children, and money was always an issue. A few family members, such as her mother, introduced her to music through singing and playing the guitar as a child. As a youngster, she was also exposed to music by performing at church services. After receiving a guitar from a relative, Parton began writing some of her songs soon after. She first began performing professionally at a very young age, appearing on Local television and radio show in Knoxville at the age of 10.

She went on to perform at the Grand Ole Opry three years later. After finishing high school, after deciding she wanted to pursue a career in music, she moved to Nashville to pursue her dreams. Soon after Dean began dating Parton, he was drafted into the army. In his military service, they stayed in touch, and after his two years had been completed, they decided to get married. Parton’s record label did not want her to get married as soon as possible, however, as fear of a negative impact on her career was present. But the singer outspokenly states, “I couldn’t see straight because I was so in love with him,” so she was determined to get married.

May 30, 1966, she was the day of the couple’s small ceremony in Georgia, which they kept under wraps because they wanted to keep their wedding secret. Parton had been supportive of Dean’s career dreams when the two were dating, and their marriage did not alter that fact – the morning after their wedding, she got up for a radio interview shortly after their wedding. Due to Parton’s other commitments, the couple chose not to go on a honeymoon. She said of Dean in 1976: “He understood that I had to do what I had come to Nashville for, and he never tried to convince me to give it up.

Dolly Parton Education:

QualificationHonorary Doctorate In Humane and
Musical Letters
SchoolSevier County High School
CollegeSevier County High School
UniversityUniversity of Tennessee

Dolly Parton Physical Stats:

In Centimeters: 152 cm
In Meters: 1.52 m
In Feet & Inches: 5′0″
WeightIn Kilogram: 52 kg
In Pounds: 115
Waist Size25 inches
Bra Size44 inches
Eyes ColorGreen 
Hair ColorDark Blonde

Dolly Parton Career:

ProfessionAuthor, Singer-songwriter, Composer,
Record Producer, Film producer, Businessperson,
Screenwriter, Philanthropist, Voice actor,
Television producer, Film actor, Multi-instrumentalist
Debut9 to 5 (1980)
9 to 5 (1980)
Salary$37 million
Net Worth$350 million

Dolly Parton’s country career became erratic even as her name became a household word and she became a constant presence on network television, appearing on talk shows, specials, and a brief show brief self-titled series of her own in 1976. In her movie career, she has gone from stellar (9 to 5) to forgettable (Rhinestone, a film in which Sylvester Stallone was transformed into a country singer). She has recorded many hits over the years, including 1987’s Trio album with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt, and The Honky Tonk Angels album in 1993 with Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette.

During the summer of 1992, the famous singer Whitney Houston recorded Parton’s “I Will Always Love You,” which turned out to be a #1 smash hit in pop music, partly due to its inclusion on the soundtrack for the movie The Bodyguard. A series of albums inspired by Bluegrass music, a type of American country music, was recorded by Gail starting in 1999. The singer made four studio albums: the first ‘The Grass Is Blue’ (1999), the second ‘Little Sparrow’ (2001), the third ‘Halos & Horns’ (2002), and the fourth ‘Those Were The Days (2005).

Her writings have also appeared in the feature film ‘Transamerica’ released in 2005, a song she penned that was nominated for an Academy Award that year. As a result, she has been active in the entertainment industry, including appearances on musical shows. In 2013, she collaborated with Kenny Rogers to release ‘You Can’t Make Old Friends.’ She also released her 42nd album ‘Blue Smoke’ Friends.

Dolly Parton Favorites Things:

HobbiesWriting Short Stories and Poetry
Favorite ActorGregory Porter
Favorite ActressUnknown
Favorite FoodBanana Pudding
Favorite DestinationBranson, Myrtle Beach
Favorite ColorWhite and Yellow

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Dolly Parton Net Worth:

Dolly Parton is an American singer, songwriter, actress, author, philanthropist, entrepreneur, philanthropy, and entrepreneur. Dolly Parton’s net worth is $350 million. Dolly Parton has been writing and performing hit country songs for the past 40 years. She has released 41 top-ten country albums and 25 singles to her credit.

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