Estelle Parsons was born on November 20, 1927, in Lynn, Massachusetts, the U.S.A. to Elinor Ingeborg (mother) and Eben Parsons (father).
The 90 aged singer has an American nationality with the white ethical society. For her education, Estelle joined Oak Grove School for Girls in Main and then studied law at Boston University.
Estelle Parsons is a famous American actress and singer, and from her successful professional life, she grabs the Net Worth of around $6 million. Parsons has not disclosed her salary and she is available on various social sites.
Estelle Parsons started her career as a writer, producer, and commentator for The Today Show and made a screen debut in the year 1956 in the Ethel Merman musical Happy Hunting.
Since then, she has played in numerous films and series. Some of her popular films are Bonnie and Clyde, Don’t Drink the Water, I Never Sang for My Father, The Lemon Sisters, Dick Tracy, Boys on the Side, Looking for Richard, That Darn Cat, and so on.
Similarly, she has played in the television series such as The Doctors and the Nurses, Love, American Style, The Gun and the Pulpit, The Tenth Level, Archie Bunker’s Place, Happy Birthday Oscar Wilde, The Good Wife, Grace and Frankie, and so on.
In her career, she has received, an Oscar, Women’s Project Theater, Theatre World Award, and Obie Award.
Estelle Parsons is a married woman and she is married to author Richard Gehman in 1953 and had two daughters with him, reporter Abbie and actress Martha Gehman. Her marriage with Parsons ended in 1958. After that, she married Peter Zimroth and has adopted a son Abraham.