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Elizabeth Baur (Elizabeth Ellen Baur) was born on 11 December, 1947 in Los Angeles, CA, is an American actress. Discover Elizabeth Baur's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of Elizabeth Baur networth?

Popular As Elizabeth Ellen Baur
Occupation actress
Age 70 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 11 December 1947
Birthday 11 December
Birthplace Los Angeles, CA
Date of death September 30, 2017
Died Place Los Angeles, CA
Nationality CA

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Her husband is Steven Springer (m. 1989–2017)

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Elizabeth Baur Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Elizabeth Baur worth at the age of 70 years old? Elizabeth Baur’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from CA. We have estimated Elizabeth Baur's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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Mother of Lesley Worton. Cousin of Cagney & Lacey (1981) star Sharon Gless (with whom she appeared on an episode of Ironside (1967)). Cousin-in-law of Gless's husband, former television producer Barney Rosenzweig.


The high point of her career came in 1971 when she won out over 100 other hopefuls auditioning for the role of Officer Fran Belding in TV's Ironside (1967), replacing Barbara Anderson who departed the show after season four. She was (in her own words) 'thrilled' to get the part which she later described as her most challenging role. Elizabeth went on to play her likeable, down-to-earth character in 89 episodes.


This lovely, blue-eyed Los Angeles native had a brief but successful television career in the 1970s. Her ancestors, going back five generations, boasted well-established roots in California. They were one of the wealthiest families before selling off vast real estate holdings in Encino and Beverly Hills, ultimately failing to anticipate the coming boom. One of her forebears, a great grandmother, hailed from the Basque region of France and was one of the original pioneer settlers in the San Fernando Valley. Elizabeth's father, Jack Baur, was a veteran casting director at 20th Century Fox. Perhaps over-protective -- having been for many years on the inside of a tough and competitive profession -- he strongly disapproved of his daughter's ambitions and provided little or no help in establishing her in the acting profession. Despite the absence of formal drama education at high school, Elizabeth (at that time desperate to becoming a 'cow girl' in westerns) remained undeterred and made her screen bow in a corn flakes commercial opposite Jimmy Durante. Eventually, she studied acting at the Estelle Harman Actor's Workshop and then went on to obtain a degree in theatre arts from Los Angeles Valley College. She then made the bold move of enrolling in a talent training program at her father's studio. This finally led to a short-term contract.


Her acting mentor was Raymond Burr, with whom she appeared on Ironside (1967) (in which she played Officer Fran Belding of the San Francisco Police Dept. on Ironside (1967))..


She began her career with bit roles in Batman (1966) and The Boston Strangler (1968) before landing a recurring role as a rancher's (Andrew Duggan's) ward in Lancer (1968) made for CBS.


The series ran for 51 episodes but was hamstrung by being conceptually too similar to NBC's long-running (and more popular) Bonanza (1959). Apparently, Elizabeth did not find her work on Lancer especially taxing as it still permitted her to take on guest spots on other TV shows as well as engaging in her favorite pastimes: playing golf (at which she was apparently quite good) and painting.