Robyn Hilton Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Salary, Divorce, Husband, Kids, Height
Robyn Hilton is an American Model, & TV actress of the 70s and 80s who came to the media limelight after playing the iconic role in Mel Brooks’s 1973 box office hit movie, Blazing Saddles.
Robyn Hilton was born on 13th July 1944 as Robyn J Molyneux in Twin Falls, Idaho, the United States of America. Her birth sign is Cancer. Robyn was born to parents James Elias Molyneux (father) and Erma Jeanne Upp (mother).
She holds an American nationality and belongs to a mixed ethnic background (Scandinavian and Native American). When she was a kid she did not have hair on her head and people confused her for a baby boy.
She graduated from Jerome High School in the year 1958. Later on, she went on to study at Junior College and Utah State University.
What is the Net Worth of Robyn Hilton?
Robyn has earned a decent amount of money from her acting career. She has an estimated net worth of around $2 million. She added more money to her net worth from her modeling career also.
Her starring movie Blazing Saddles (February 7, 1974) grossed a profit of around $119 million at the box office worldwide against its production cost of $2.6 million.
After Twice Divorce with Her Husband, Is Robyn Hilton still Single/Married?
Robyn Hilton was married twice in her life. Her first marriage was with William Hilton before pursuing her acting career. The duo tied their wedding knot on 24th September 1961. From their marital relationship, they had two children but their name and birth date are not available.
Unfortunately, the couple ended their marriage relationship with a divorce in the year 1968. After her divorce from William, she married her second husband Alan Mihoces in the year 1990. The duo has a child whose identity is still a mystery. Unfortunately, their marriage also didn’t last long and they ended up with a divorce in the year 2016.
Previously, she dated Peter Knecht and Mitch Orenstien before her marriage. Currently, Robyn is still single and is enjoying her single life.
Career and Movies
Robyn Hilton started her career doing adult movies. She posed nude for men’s publications nude then Hilton featured in Nudie Cutie films. Later on, she met Mitch Orenstein-the CEO of MORE publications. She also featured in her most publications consequently and earned wide praise from the audiences. Robyn has twice in Playboy magazine featured fully clothed in the year 1974.
She made her guest appearance on The Tonight Show starring alongside Johnny Carson on17th January 1974. Her remarkable film includes: My Tale Is Hot directed by Peter Perry Jr., Dan Sonney (1964), Kiss Me Quick! directed by Peter Perry Jr (1964), Cry Uncle director by John G. Avildsen (1971), Blazing Saddles director by Mel Brooks (1974),
The Single Girls directors by Beverly Sebastian, Ferd Sebastion (1974), The Last Porno Flick director by Ray Marsh (1974), Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze director by Michael Anderson (1975), Starsky and Hutch director by Todd Phillips (1977) and Malibu Express director byAndy Sidaris (1985). She was retired in the year 1985 and lives a low-profile life.
Hilton’s Body Measurements
Robyn Hilton has a height of 5 feet 10 inches and weight is around 60 kg. She has a pair of eyes with blue color and her hair is blonde color.
Her body measurement is 37-25-37 inches which includes her buts size, waist size, and hip size respectively. Her bra size is 36C while her dress size and shoe sizes are 8 (US), 8.5 (US) respectively.
Facts of Robyn Hilton Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Salary, Divorce, Husband, Kids, Height
|Full Name||Robyn Hilton|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Date Of Birth||July 13, 1944|
|Age||77 years 10 months|
|Place Of Birth||Twin Falls, Idaho, the United States of America|
|Height||5 feet 10 inches|
|Education||Jerome High School, Junior College and Utah State University|
|Parents||James Elias Molyneux (Father) Erma Jeanne Upp (Mother)|
|Movies||: My Tale Is Hot (1964), Kiss Me Quick! (1964), Cry Uncle (1971), Blazing Saddles (1974), The Single Girls (1974), The Last Porno Flick (1974), Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze (1975), Starsky and Hutch (1977) and Malibu Express (1985)|