Bernadette Peters Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Net Worth, Songs and Broadway 

Bernadette Peters Actress

Bernadette Peters Biography

Bernadette Peters is a theatre, television, and film actress, singer, and well-known author in the United States of America.


How old is Bernadette Peters?-Age

The American entertainer is 73 years old as of 8 August 2021. She was born in 1948 in Ozone Park, New York, United States.

Bernadette Peters Parents- Family

She is from a Sicilian-American ancestry family born to Peter Lazzara, a former truck driver, and Marguerite (née Maltese). She has two elder siblings who are both Casting directors; a sister Donna DeSeta and a brother Joseph Lazzara.

Bernadette Peters Husband

She is a widow. She was married to investment adviser Michael Wittenberg. The couple married at the Millbrook, New York, home of a long-time friend Mary Tyler Moore on July 20, 1996. Her husband died in a helicopter crash in Montenegro while on a business trip on September 26, 2005. Peters has a dog called Charlie, a mixed breed. She took all her dogs from shelters.

Bernadette Peters Net Worth

Peters has an estimated net worth of $40 million as of 2020. She has accrued her fortune from her career as an actress, singer, and author.

Bernadette Peters Broadway

She made her debut on Broadway in 1967 with Johnny No-Trump. Broadway Barks, an annual animal adopt-a-thon, was co-founded by Peters. The Broadway Bark event in New York City is hosted by Peters every July. She won the Animal Medical Center’s Brooke Astor Award for her lifetime contribution to animal welfare. She is on the Broadway Cares / Equity Battles AIDS Board of Trustees. At a “Broadway’s Back” concert in 2007, Peters helped the Broadway group celebrate the end of the stagehand strike. In 2008, she was one of the participants in a Westport Country Playhouse fund-raiser.

Bernadette Peters The Broken Hearts Gallery

She appeared as Eva Woolf in the 2020 romantic comedy film The Broken Hearts Gallery. On September 11, 2020, the film was released theatrically in the United States, to generally favorable reviews from critics.

Bernadette Peters Impromptu

Peters appeared as Marie Catherine Sophie, Comtesse d’Agoult, a Franco-German romantic author and historian in the 1991 British-American period drama film Impromptu. As a British production by an American company, the film was shot absolutely on location in France. The key site used was outside Anger, in the Loire Valley, at the Chateau des Briottières.

Bernadette Peters Songs

♦ Anything You Can Do
♦ Not a Day Goes By
♦ Time Heals Everything
♦ Being Alive
♦ Children Will Listen
♦ Unexpected Song
♦ Losing My Mind
♦ No One Is Alone
♦ Gee Whiz
♦ Wherever He Ain’t
♦ Children and Art
♦ Sunday in the Park With George
♦ Making Love Alone
♦ If You Were the Only Boy
♦ Tell Me on a Sunday
♦ Broadway Baby
♦ Other Lady