Who did Doris Day leave her money to?

Who did Doris Day leave her money to?

American actress, singer, and animal rights activist Doris Day passed away this week and she might have left all her money to the animals. Day — a vegetarian who lived to 97-years-old — was in “excellent physical health for age,” before developing and passing away from pneumonia, according to a statement.

What did Doris Day pass away from?

May 13, 2019
Doris Day/Date of death

Did Doris Day have perfect pitch?

Her velvety pipes were amazing: A quick study with unerring rhythm, she had perfect pitch, clear diction, and seamless modulations from one key to another. Long diminuendos were not a problem for her; she was in full control of every syllable she sang and every breath she took.

How old was Doris Day when she passed away?

The Doris Day Animal Foundation today confirmed that the legendary actress had passed away. In an emailed statement, they said the screen legend was surrounded by close friends and ‘had been in excellent physical health for her age, until recently contracting a serious case of pneumonia’.

What did Doris Day do for animal rights?

Ever since her teen years, Doris was a staunch supporter of animal rights, and in the 70s, appeared in newspaper advertisements denouncing the wearing of fur. In 1978, she founded the Doris Day Pet Foundation, now the Doris Day Animal Foundation, which funds other non-profit animal causes across the US. Got a showbiz story?

Who was the first husband of Doris Day?

A teenage Day first wed in 1941, to trombone player Al Jorden, whom she alleged abused her; Jorden fathered her son and only child, music producer Terry Melcher, who died in 2004 from cancer. In 1946, she married a saxophonist, George Weidler, who resented her growing fame as a singer.

Why was Doris Day forced to go to TV?

As the ’60s wound down, Day turned to TV, having been forced there by a contract signed by late husband Melcher without her knowledge. CBS’s 1968-73 The Doris Day Show never rose above the level of being a poor man’s Mary Tyler Moore Show, and Day herself was highly critical of it.