Sandy Duncan

Sandy Kay Duncan, popularly known as Sandy Duncan, is a popular American actress, singer, comedian, and dancer on-screen and off-screen. She is mostly popular for her performances in the Broadway Theatre for the musical named Peter Pan in 1954 and the accounts in sitcom television comedy called The Hogan Family in 1986. She has been nominated for 2 Emmy Awards, 3 Tony Awards, and 2 Golden Globe Awards.

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Biography and Early Life

Sandy Duncan was born on 20 February 1946 at Henderson, which is in Texas, United States of America. Her mother’s name is Sylvia Duncan, and her father’s name is Mancil Ray Duncan. She also has a sister whose name is Robyn Duncan. Duncan and her sister were raised in Tyler, which is another city in Texas.

Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement

So, how old is Sandy Duncan in 2021 and what is her height and weight? Well, Sandy Duncan’s age is 75 years old as of today’s date 2nd August 2021 having been born on 20 February 1946. Though, she is 5′ 4″ in feet and inches and 162 cm in Centimetres tall, she weighs about 123 lbs in Pound and 56 kg in Kilograms. Her eye color is Blue and hair color is Blonde.


Sandy Duncan completed her schooling at Tyler Legacy High School in Tyler, Texas, United States of America. She completed her graduation from Lon Morris College, which is in Jacksonville, Texas, United States of America.

Personal Life: Dating, Boyfriends, Husband, Kids

Duncan met Bruce Scott Zaharaides, an actor and a singer, during the musical comedy production named Your Own Thing. They got married in September 1968. They got divorced in October 1972 due to a misunderstanding of Duncan’s success and increased career. Duncan again married on 10 January 1973 to Dr. Thomas Calcaterra. She met Dr. Thomas when she was consulting a surgeon for her tumor in the brain; after that, they started dating. They stayed together till 1979 and again got separated as Ducan had to do night shows in Clubs, but Dr. Thomas wanted her to be a good wife of the doctor.

She again married Don Correia, an American actor, dancer, and choregrapher at the American Stage on 21 July 1980. They gave birth to their first son on 5 October 1982 named Jeffrey and gave birth to their second son on 19 March 1984 named Michael. And they all presently reside in New York City. Duncan’s father died on 22 December 1994, and her mother died on 23 December 1997.

Is Sandy Duncan Lesbian?

No, Ducan is not lesbian; she had first married Bruce Scott Zaharaides in 1968, then she got married to Dr.Thomas Calcaterra in 1973, and currently, she is married to Don Correia. Together they had two children named Jeffrey and Michael.

Professional Career

She began her drama career at age 12 and started working with a production named The King and I, where she used to get $150 per week. At the end of the 1960s, Duncan was not a known drama artist or entertainer in Los Angeles, after which she was chosen for a section in United California Bank, and afterward, it became First Interstate Bank. Later it converged with Wells Fargo, where a bank employee thinks that it’s difficult to utter the Greek name of client “Nicholas H. Janopaparopoulos.” She, at that point, asks she would he care if she calls him Nick. In 1968, she invested a short time in acting in the drama named Soap for Tomorrow.

In 2003, she showed up in the cast of the Off-Broadway, where she perused Wit and Wisdom. In May 2008, she performed one of the lead jobs in the melodic No, No, Nanette, which created the City Center’s yearly Encores! Drama series. In April 2009, she played the leading role in the drama named Driving Miss Daisy at a theatre named Casa Manana in Fort Worth, Texas.

In September 2009, she played the leading role in Tennessee Williams’ drama The Glass Menagerie at the Mountain Playhouse in Jennerstown, Pennsylvania. On February 12, 2016, Duncan performed Madame du Maurier’s role in the Broadway creation of Finding Neverland. The show’s makers declared that she would rest for a time because of family commitments in February 2017.


Sandy Duncan has not got any award in her career, but she was nominated for many awards, which are as follows:

  • She won the Primetime Emmy Award in 1977 for Outstanding Single Performance as Missy Anne Reynolds in a drama named Roots.
  • She won the Primetime Emmy Award in 1972 for Outstanding continued performance as a leading role named Sandy Stockton in the drama named Funny Face.
  • She lifted the Golden Globe Award in 1972 for Best Actress in a Motion Picture named Star-Spangled Girl.
  • Again, she won the Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer in the Female category.

Net Worth, Salary & Earnings of Sandy Duncan in 2021

Sandy Duncan’s net worth is $6 million as of 2021. Most of her income comes from her acting career. Though she is a good actress, she is not very much successful in her acting career, but she has been able to earn some wealth.

Some Interesting Facts You Need To Know

  • At the age of 12, Duncan appeared in a production of The King & I in Dallas, which was in summer.
  • She did her broadway debut in 1969 in Canterbury Tales.
  • In 1971, she lost her vision in her left eye, after which surgery was done.
  • In 1980, she appeared for Wheat Thins which was series of commercials.

Sandy Duncan is an outstanding actress, but she has not got any awards since she started her career; she was nominated for many awards but didn’t get any recognition. After looking at her character, we can conclude that she is also very inflexible. She is currently with her third husband and had divorced the previous two husbands in which one was an actor, and another was a doctor.


Facts of Sandy Kay Duncan

  • Gender Female
  • full nameSandy Kay Duncan
  • birthplaceHenderson, Texas, United States
  • Date of Birth January 01, 1970
  • Age 54 years 6 months
  • Horoscope Capricorn
  • Lucky Number 0
  • Lucky Stone
  • Lucky Color
  • Best Match for Marriage
  • nationalityAmerican
  • religionN.A.
  • net worth$6 million
  • professionActress, singer, comedian, and dancer on-screen and off-screen
  • weightIn Kilograms – 56 Kg, In Pounds – 123 lbs
  • heightIn Centimetres – 162 cm, In Feet and Inches – 5′ 4″
  • hair colorBlonde
  • eye colorBlue
  • high schoolTyler Legacy High School

Written by Joel S. Elkins

Robert Ri’chard

Zonnique Pullins