- 1 Who is Anne Stringfield?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Anne Stringfield Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education
- 4 Professional Career
- 5 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 6 Marriage to Steve Martin
- 7 Who is Her Husband? Steve Martin Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Anne Stringfield?
Anne Powell Stringfield was born in 1972, in Pensacola, Florida USA. She is a 48-year-old former journalist and writer, probably best recognized for working for ‘The New York Magazine’. Anne is also known for being the wife of famous stand-up comedian and actor Steve Martin.
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How rich is she, as of now? Anne Stringfield Net Worth
As of early 2020, Anne Stringfield’s net worth is over $1 million, earned largely from her career as a writer. Moreover, it is assumed that she shares the wealth of her famous husband, Steve Martin, who stands as one of the best stand-up comedians and comic actors of all time. He has a total net worth of reputedly over $130 million.
Happy Anniversary Steve Martin and Anne Stringfield! The iconic actor and his wife are celebrating 12 years of marriage today!
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education
Anne Stringfield spent her early years in her hometown of Pensacola, raised by her father, Dr. James Stringfield, who was a pulmonologist, while her mother, Margo Stringfield, worked as an archeologist at the University of West Florida. She has a younger sister, named Laura Stringfield. Anne’s is American by nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group. Anne went to Pensacola High School, and upon matriculation enrolled into Davidson College, from which she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in 1994.
Anne Stringfield started her professional career when she got a job working as a fact checker and editor for ‘The New Yorker Magazine’.
She also wrote articles occasionally, as well as features for the magazine. Besides that, Anne wrote reviews of various off-Broadway stage productions, and frequently wrote about art, since she is an avid art collector and trustee of the Los Angeles Museum of Art. Moreover, she served as a freelance writer and even collaborated with the fashion magazine ‘Vogue’.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Anne Stringfield has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 7ins (1.70m), while she weighs around 132lbs(60kgs). Her body type is slim.
Marriage to Steve Martin
Anne Stringfield and Steve Martin became romantically involved back in 2002.
Even though he is almost three decades older than her, it didn’t stop them for falling in love. In the beginning of their relationship, many people though that Steve had started dating famous actress Kristin Davis from “Sex And The City” due to the resemblance between her and Anne. After dating for five years, Anne and Steve eventually tied the knot at a ceremony held on 28 July 2007 in Steve’s house in Los Angeles, California. They surprised guests with the wedding, since ostensibly they had been invited to a regular party, in order to keep the ceremony far away from the media. The best man was “Saturday Night Live” creator Lorne Michaels, while the maid of honor was Anne’s sister. The wedding was attended 75 guests, including such celebrities as Tom Hanks, Eugene Levy and Carle Reiner.
The bride wore a dress designed by Vera Wang, while the groom wore an Armani suit. Anne and Steve spent their honeymoon in the French West Indies. She gave birth to their daughter, named Mary Martin, in December 2012 – at the time Steve was 67 years old, which attracted a lot of comment in the media. The family currently resides in Los Angeles. Steve Martin was previously married to actress Victoria Tennant from 1986 to 1994.
Who is Her Husband? Steve Martin Short Wiki/Bio
Stephen Glenn ‘Steve’ Martin was born on 14 August 1945, under the zodiac sign of Leo in Waco, Texas USA. He spent his childhood in Inglewood, California, where he was raised by his father, Glenn Vernon Martin who was an actor and real estate salesman, and his mother, Mary Lee Martin; his sister is Melinda Martin.
Steve went to Garden Grove High School, and upon matriculation enrolled into Santa Ana College, but later transferred to the University of California, Los Angeles; however, he dropped out at the age of 21.
Prior to becoming an actor, Steve Martin spent some time working at Disneyland as a guidebook seller. His first film appearance came incidentally, when he was caught in the background of the film “Disneyland Dream”. He soon became interested in illusions and tricks, and eventually started performing at The Magic Shop in Fantasyland in 1960. During his college years, he performed as a part of a comedy troupe, but his career changed for the better after his ex-girlfriend Nina Goldblatt, who was a dancer in the show “The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour”, helped him to land a writing job there in 1967. In the following year Steve made his debut appearance in the show, while he won an Emmy Award for writing in 1969.
He also wrote for “The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour”, “The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour”, and “Van Dyke And Company”, for which he received an Emmy Award nomination in 1976.
In the mid-1970s, Steve Martin began performing as a stand-up comedian in such as “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson”, “On Location”, “The Muppet Show”, and “Saturday Night Live”. Side by side, Steve released a number of comedy albums, including “Let’s Get Small” (1977) and “A Wild and Crazy Guy” (1978), both of which won a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Recording, and received platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). In 1981, he stopped performing stand-up to focus on a career as an actor.
He eventually returned to this genre in 2016, doing an opening act for Jerry Seinfeld and going on a national tour which produced the Netflix comedy special “Steve Martin And Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget For The Rest Of Your Life” (2018).
Steve Martin made his film debut in the role of Hippie in the 1972 comedy “Another Nice Mess”, followed by his portrayal of Steven in the 1977 short comedy “The Absent-Minded Waiter”, which he also wrote and earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Short Film, Live Action. His first major role came with Carl Reiner’s 1979 comedy “The Jerk”, which was a huge box office success. He then starred as Arthur in the musical romantic drama “Pennies From Heaven” (1981), played Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr in the sci-fi comedy “The Man With Two Brains” (1983), and featured as C. D. Bales in the romantic comedy “Roxanne” (1987).
His next significant roles included Gil Buckman in the 1989 comedy-drama “Parenthood”, and George Banks in the film series “Father Of The Bride”. Steve gained worldwide recognition with the role of Inspector Clouseau in the comedy–mystery film “The Pink Panther” (2006) and its sequel “The Pink Panther 2” (2009).
Steve Martin has also written several plays. His first full-length play, entitled “Picasso At The Lapin Agile”, was released in 1993. In 2002, he adapted the play “The Underpants” by Carl Sternheim. Most recently, he wrote the play “Meteor Shower” (2016). Besides that, Steve has published the novellas “Shopgirl” in 2000, “The Pleasure of My Company” in 2003, and “An Object Of Beauty” in 2010. He also wrote the memoir “Born Standing Up” in 2007.
Steve is also recognized as a musician and player of the banjo; he used to play it during his stand-up performances, moreover, some of his comedy albums featured his live performances of playing it with a bluegrass band, including on the remake of “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” with Earl Scruggs, which earned them the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance. He eventually released his debut all-music album, entitled “The Crow: New Songs For The 5-String Banjo”, in 2009. Four years later, he recorded the collaboration album “Love Has Come For You”, alongside Edie Brickell – the lead single earned them the Grammy Award for Best American Roots Song. The duo then released the album “So Familiar” (2015) and created the musical “Bright Star”, which debuted on Broadway in 2016.