Loni Anderson Biography, Age, Wiki, Height, Weight, Boyfriend, Family & More

Loni Anderson

Biography / Wiki

Loni Anderson is an American actress best known for her appearance on the sitcom “WKRP in Cincinnati.” She was nominated for three ‘Golden Globes’ and two ‘Emmy Awards’ for the series. Loni has wanted to be an actor since she was nine years old. She made her acting debut at the age of 20 in the 1966 film “Nevada Smith,” in which she played a minor role.

Her acting career, however, came to a halt for the next few years due to a lack of quality roles. With the series ‘S.W.A.T.,’ she made a comeback in 1975. She went on to star in films including “Stroker Ace” and “Munchie” after starring in numerous TV roles over the next few years. In the late 1970s, she made an appearance on WKRP in Cincinnati.

This was a series that got her a lot of exposure. She recently appeared in 11 episodes of the series “The Mullets.” Since her meteoric rise to fame, her fans have speculated about her personal life. Loni wrote her autobiography, “My Life in High Heels,” in 1997.

Height / Weight / Age

Born on the 5th of August 1945, Loni Anderson is currently 75 years old. Loni is tall and her height measures 5 feet 7 inches while her weight is 50 kg approximately.

Even at this age, Loni Anderson has kept herself in a stunning shape and has a body figure measurement of 34-27-34, she wears number 7 in the shoe size. Anderson has long blonde colored hair and the color of her eyes is hazel.

Net Worth

After making her debut on the big screen in 1966, Loni Anderson had to wait for a decade for another role. But it seems that her patience paid off and she has become one of the most popular veteran actresses in the United States.

Anderson has been a part of many popular films and TV series and has earned most of her wealth from her acting skills. She lives a lavish lifestyle and has many expensive outfits as well. The total net worth estimated for Loni Anderson is $12 million US dollars as of now.

Education / Family

The native of Minnesota Loni Anderson was born and raised in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. The daughter of Klaydon Carl “Andy” Anderson and Maxine Hazel, she grew up along with her sister Andrea. Anderson studied at Alexander Ramsey Senior High School and later attended The University of Minnesota.

Name

Loni Kaye Anderson

NicknameLoni
Birth PlaceSaint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Date Of Birth5th August 1945
Age75 years
HeightIn Centimetres – 168 cm

In Feet and Inches – 5′ 7″

WeightIn Kilograms – 50 Kg
In Pounds – 110 lbs
Eye ColorHazel
Hair ColorBlonde
ProfessionFormer Actress
Zodiac signLeo
SchoolAlexander Ramsey Senior High School
CollegeThe University of Minnesota
ReligionChristianity
NationalityAmerican
Home TownSaint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Fathers NameKlaydon Carl “Andy” Anderson
Mothers NameMaxine Hazel

 

Loni Anderson with her mother
Loni Anderson with her mother
BrothersNone
SistersAndrea Sams

 

Loni Anderson with her sister
Loni Anderson with her sister

Career / Fashion And Style

Lori was given a small part in the film “Nevada Smith,” starring Hollywood superstar Steve McQueen, in 1966. She did not get another quality acting project for more than a decade after her debut. She landed a few guest TV roles in the mid-1970s. She had minor roles in two episodes of ‘S.W.AT.’ and one episode of ‘Police Woman’ in 1975.

Her life changed in 1978 when she appeared in two episodes of the iconic sitcom “Three’s Company” as a guest star. While it was a brief appearance, it helped her land a part in the sitcom “WKRP in Cincinnati,” which proved to be her first big break. Loni appeared in 89 episodes of the show, which aired until 1982.

In 1983, she landed her first major film appearance as “Pembrook Feeny” in the action-comedy “Stroker Ace.” She continued to appear on television after that, and in 1984, she appeared in the series “Partners in Crime.” Loni made her big-screen debut in 1992 with the comedy–drama film ‘Munchie.’

In 1993, she returned to television with a starring role in the average-rated series “Nurses.” Loni made a big TV return in 2003 with the sitcom “The Mullets,” in which she played one of the main characters. Loni almost vanished from the acting scene after the failure of “The Mullets,” but she has recently made small appearances.

Boyfriends, Affairs, Husband, and More

She has been married four times and from her four marriages, she has two children a son and a daughter.

BoyfriendsGary Sandy (1981-1982),

 

Loni Anderson with her ex-boyfriend Gary
Loni Anderson with her ex-boyfriend Gary

Burt Reynolds

Marital StatusMarried
HusbandBruce Donald Hasselber (1964-1966)

Ross Bickell (1974-1981),

Loni Anderson with her ex-husband Ross
Loni Anderson with her ex-husband Ross

Burt Reynolds (1988-1994),

Loni Anderson with her ex-husband Burt
Loni Anderson with her ex-husband Burt

Bob Flick (2007-Present)

Loni Anderson with her husband Bob
Loni Anderson with her husband Bob
ChildrenSon – Quinton Anderson Reynolds

Loni Anderson with her son
Loni Anderson with her son

Daughter – Deidra Hoffman

Loni Anderson with her daughter
Loni Anderson with her daughter

Favorite Things

Here we provide you a list of Loni Anderson’s favorite things.

Favorite ActorsNot Known
Favorite ActressNot Known
Favorite ColourRed
Favorite Holiday DestinationsRome
Favorite FoodChinese Food
Favorite Things To DoListening to music, Traveling, Reading and Shopping

Loni Anderson

Some Interesting Facts About Loni Anderson

  • Anderson had the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
  • Her parents smoked on a regular basis, so she became a passive smoker as well.
  • In 2014, her daughter was also diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
  • Minor roles in TV series such as Harry O, Phyllis, Police Woman, and S.W.A.T. were also played by the veteran actress.
  • In 1966, she made her big-screen debut in the film “Nevada Smith.”
  • Furthermore, Loni’s father originally intended for her to be called Leiloni but later changed his mind.
  • In 1997, she wrote her autobiography, “My Life in High Heels.”
  • In 1963, the actress was voted Valentine Queen of the Valentine’s Day Winter Formal.
  • She was nominated for two Emmys and three Golden Globes for her work on WKRP in Cincinnati.
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