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|Birth place:||Epsom, Surrey, England|
|Height:||5 ft (1.549 m)|
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Petula Clark Net Worth $10 Million
Petula Clark is a British singer, performer, and composer that has an estimated net worth of $10 million. Clark started her career in the age of nine, when she debuted on radio while she and her dad attended a BBC program in 1942. Her performance of the tune Mighty Lak’ a Rose developed much public acclaim. Besides her radio work, she toured with Julie Andrews across the UK. Clark was found by film director Maurice Elvey in 1944. She joined the cast of the war play Medal for the General. Other movies she appeared in include such movies as Strawberry Roan,I Know Where I’m Going!,London Town, and Here Come the Huggetts, and others. Clark started her television career in 1946, appearing around the BBC variety show,Cabaret Animations. Her first tune; “Put Your Shoes On, Lucy”; premiered in 1949. Other hits under Clark’s name in Britain during the 1950s comprise “The Little Shoemaker,” “Majorca,” “Suddenly There Is a Valley,” and “With All My Heart.” She’s famous for her hit single “Downtown” in 1964. The tune released in four different languages. She starred in musical films, including 1968’s In Finian’s Rainbow, for which she was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for The Best Actress — Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. In the 1970s, she continued touring on the other side of the United States and Europe, performing in nightclubs and charting singles including “Melody Man,” “The Song of My Life,” “I Do Not Know How To Love Him,” “The Wedding Song,” and “Loving Arms.” She married publicist Claude Wolff, and has three kids.