Nancy Dolman was a Canadian born comic actress and singer most famous for her role in a night-time parody of daytime soap operas, Soap as Annie Selig Tate from 1980 to 1981.
The Late actress, Nancy Jane Dolman was born in Toronto, Canada, on September 26, 1951, and after her 58 years’ long journey, the lady left the world forever yet her memories remain. Dolman was a graduate from the University of Western Ontario from where she studied Philosophy.
The actress died on August 21, 2010, after she lost the battle with ovarian cancer. She who enjoyed Canadian nationality and ethnicity was cremated while her ashes were scattered on the Lake Rosseau, Muskoka, Canada.
Julie Malone from Family in Blue, Nancy Dolman was a married woman as she had a marital bond with her boyfriend turned husband Martin Short. The two of them met during the run of 1972 Toronto production of Godspell. Not too long after, the pair romantically involved in a relationship and with time, the two walked down the aisle on December 22, 1980.
The husband and wife didn’t have children of their own however, they had three adopted kids. Their first kid was a daughter, Katherine Elizabeth, born on December 3, 1983. She attended the NYU and was chosen to serve as Queen Shenandoah LXXVI for the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival.
Nancy and her partner also adopted another child Oliver Patrick Short born in 1986. As for Oliver, he attended The University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business for marketing and film, television, and theatre. He is on the way to become an aspiring director/producer.
Martin and Dolman also had adopted another child, a son, Henry Hayter Short, on August 4, 1989. Like his brother, Oliver, he also enrolled in The University of Notre Dame.
The late actress Nancy Dolman had an amazing career from which she amassed around $100 thousand. As an actress, she earned around $38 per hour or $50 thousand per year. In addition to this, she also earned from her antique clothing store, Reflections of Ambrosine.
The sister of Bob Dolman, Nancy had a house in Pacific Palisades, California which had a price of $440 thousand. Likewise, she also had a vacation home in Lake Rosseau with her widower. The house had a cost of $578 thousand.
With the start of her career in the early ’70s from the Canadian Rock Theatre production of Jesus Christ Superstar, Dolman rocked her way through to the entertainment industry and gained as much as 7 acting credits under her name.
Though she started her career in the early ‘70s, her TV career only got started in 1977 after she appeared in Custard Pie. However, her breakthrough only came in the 1980s after she appeared in the TV series, Soap for over 11 episodes. The lady was in the entertainment industry for almost around two decades, but she took a step back to focus on her personal life following her marriage with Short.