Margaret Blye aka Maggie Blye was also popular with her stage name Margaret Blye. She was an actress who is best known for her performance in The Italian Job. Similarly, she is also famous for her mind-blowing acting in Hard Times and The Entity.
Margaret Blye was born Margaret Jane Blye in 1942, October 24, Houston, Texas, U.S.A. She was an American by nationality and belonged to the white ethnicity. Details about her parents are unavailable at the moment.
She has two siblings; a sister, Judy Blye Wilson, a casting director and a brother, Richard Blue.
She studied business at the University of Texas. Later, she went to UCLA and got involved in acting.
Margaret Blye was 73 years old, at the time of her death. She died of cancer, on March 24, 1942, at her own house in West Hollywood, California. She was survived by her siblings.
The late actress had an unclear relationship history. Throughout her life, she remained silent regarding her personal life and relationship. She might be married or single until her death, however, she has not talked about it.
Also, she has not disclosed regarding her marriage, husband, children. Despite being a popular actress, she somehow managed to keep her personal life low profile.
Until her death, Margaret Blye owned a net worth of $1 million. She earned a good sum of money from her career. All of her earning was from her movie and TV series.
The average salary of the actor is $50,301 per year including $1,032 bonus, $54,000 commission, and $1,000 profit sharing. So, she might have received a similar amount from her career.
The late actress Blye started her career in the year 1961. Some of her notable TV roles include Kodiak. Then, she appeared in an episode of Perry Mason.
Moreover, she featured in Hazel, Gunsmoke, Ben Casey, Hart to Hart, The Rockford Files, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, and In the Heat of the Night.
Furthermore, some of her film credits include Hombre, The Italian Job, Waterhole No.3, Hard Times, The Sporting Club, Walking Tall: Final Chapter, Buford Pusser, The Entity and Last Goodbye, and The Gingerdead Man.