Lucie Desiree Arnaz, popular by her stage name Lucie Arnaz is an American actress, singer, and producer. She is known for her role in the movies The Jazz Singer, Here’s Lucy, and Smoking/Non-Smoking. In her career, Arnaz has won an Emmy Award and has won a nomination for Golden Globe Award. Currently, the 67-year-old actress is married to Laurence Luckinbill and has three children.
Lucie Arnaz was born in Los Angeles, California, the U.S., on July 17, 1951. She is an American belonging to the White ethnic group and shares the star-sign Cancer.
Arnaz is the daughter of parents Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. She has a brother named Desi Arnaz Jr. who is also an actor.
Lucie Arnaz attended St. Vincent Ferrer School and later on attended the Roman Catholic Immaculate Heart High School. She went to the school along with her brother Desi Arnaz.
Lucie has been married to Laurence Luckinbill since June 22, 1980. Her spouse is also an actor known for his role in movies Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, Cocktail, and Lucy and Desi: A Home Movie.
The couple is happily married and is parents to three children. They have two sons named Simon Luckinbill and Joseph Luckinbill and a daughter named Katharine Luckinbill.
Laurence is the second husband of Lucie. Previously, she was married to Phil Vandervort, an actor, on July 17, 1971. Due to some issues in their relationship, they separated their ways in 1977 by getting a divorce.
Lucie Arnaz’s net worth, as of 2019, is $20 million. She summoned such a huge amount of net worth from her professional career as an actress, singer, and producer. Like many other actresses, she also might have earned from endorsements deals.
Arnaz was also a Trustee of the Board of The American Theatre Wing from 1999 to 2014. And, she has also won many awards in her career.
Actors in the U.S. probably earns an average of $50 thousand or above, yearly. Coming up to Lucie Arnaz, she surely earned in millions as an actor, whereas, as her theater works and singing career has helped more to add the fortune.
Arnaz started her career with small roles on the series The Lucy Show. Her major role came in 1968 in the series Here’s Lucy.
Similarly, she also did many other series like Who is the Black Dahlia, Welcome to the World, Fantasy Island, Murder, She Wrote, Marcus Welby and many others.
Arnaz also had her own show The Lucie Arnaz Show which went live for a short period of time.
Likewise, the movies in which she partly played are The Jazz Singer, Second Thoughts, Down to You and many more. She also gave considerable time to the theatre acting.
Some of the theatre credits include Whose Life Is It Anyway, The Witches of Eastwick, Vanities, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Master Class to name a few. She also won many awards including Emmy Award in 1993 and was nominated for Golden Globe Award in 1981.