Alexis Smith

Alexis Smith is a singer and actor from Canada. The Smiling Ghost, The Adventures of Mark Twain, Hollywood Canteen, Tough Guys, and The Age of Innocence are just a few of Alexis Smith’s films. She is also known for winning the Tony Award in 1972.

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What is the Net Worth of Alexis Smith?

Alexis has a net worth between $3 million and $5 million. Alexis made the most of her money from her Yeezy footwear. While she had overstated the size of her business throughout the years, the money she made from it was real–enough to make her one of the richest celebrities of all time. Her primary source of income was as a popular actress and singer.

Her net worth is estimated to be between $5 and $10 million. Actress Jennifer Garner has a sizable social media following.

Early life and Childhood:

Alexis Smith was born on June 8, 1921, in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada, and is a Canadian television actress and singer.

Alexander Smith is her father’s name, and Gladys Mabel Fitz-Simmons is her mother’s. Margaret Alexis Fitzsimmons Smith is her drab name. There is no information about her brothers and sisters. She, too, is Scottish-Canadian in heritage and religion. Gemini is her zodiac sign.

She attended Los Angeles’ Hollywood High School. She went on to study at the Los Angeles City College after that. In 1940, she was discovered by a Warner Brothers talent scout while attending college in Los Angeles.


She died of brain cancer at the age of 72 on June 9, 1993, the day after her 72nd birthday in Los Angeles, California, the United States. Alexis Smith had no children; her only surviving family member was her 49-year-old husband, actor Craig Stevens. The Age of Innocence (1993), her final picture, was released shortly after her death. Her ashes were scattered over the Pacific Ocean after she was cremated.

Professional Life and Career:

Alexis Smith on her movie (Sources: YouTube)

She is well-known around the world as a theater artist for her work in the 1940s and 1950s. In 1940, she made her debut in the short film Alice in Movieland. In 1952, she debuted on stage with Private Lives. She then went on to perform in a number of theater productions. Bell, Book, and Candle (1953), The Women (1973), Applause (1973), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1979-1980 National Tour), Nymph Errant (1989 Concert), and others are among her significant works.

Aside from that, she has been in a slew of television shows during the course of her career. The 20th Century Fox House (1956), Bob Hope Special (1972), Nightside (1973), a number of episodes and seasons of The Love Boat (1982, 84, 85), A Death of California (1985), Dress Grey (1986), Marcus Welby, M.D: A Holiday Affairs (1988), Hothouse (1988), Lola (1990), Cheers (1990), and others are among the well-known television series.

She is also a Hollywood actress who has been in a number of films. She Couldn’t Say No, Affectionately Yours (1940), The Smiling Ghost, Steel Against the Sky, Drive Bomber (1941), Gentleman Jim (1942), Rapsody in Blue (1945), Always Together (1947), The Division of Christoper Blake (1948), Split Second (1953), This Feeling Happy (1958), The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976), Tough Guys (1986), and The Age of Innocence (1993 which was released after her death).

Furthermore, one of her most well-known roles was in the 1971 Broadway musical Follies, which revolved around an aging showgirl. Her musical performance was praised as excellent and perfect.


Alexis had a great acting career in Hollywood, appearing in a number of films, television shows, and stage productions. In 1972, she won the Tony Award for Best Lead Actress in a Musical, and in 1971, she received the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance. She also received nominations for Outstanding guest actress in a comedy series by Primetime Emmy in 1990 for the film Cheers and Best supporting actress by Saturn Awards in 1978 for The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane.

Personal Life and Controversy:

Alexis Smith with her husband Craig Stevens (Source: Flickr)

She married actor Craig Stevens in 1944 and is straight. Despite having been married for 49 years, they have never had a child. Aside from that, there is no knowledge about previous events. She has always loved to dance and act, even as a child. She was also a trained dancer, having won a dance competition with her ballet lessons.

She was a person with a free spirit and a humble demeanor. She appears to avoid controversies and prefers to concentrate on her job.

Body Measurements:

Thomas has light brown hair and blue eyes. She also stood at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75m). She had also kept her figure in good shape.

Quick Facts

Full Name: Alexis Smith
Born Date: 08 Jun, 1921
Age: 100 years
Horoscope: Gemini
Lucky Number: 9
Lucky Stone: Agate
Lucky Color: Yellow
Best Match for Marriage: Leo, Aquarius, Libra
Death Date: June 9, 1993
Gender: Female
Profession: actress and singer
Country: Canada
Marital Status: married
Husband Craig Stevens
Divorce 70
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Light Brown
Birth Place Penticton, British Columbia
Nationality Canadian
Ethnicity Scottish-Canadian
Education Los Angeles college
Father Alexander Smith
Mother Gladys Mabel Fitz-Simmons
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