Rona Newton-John Cause Of Death: Husband, Children, Net Worth

The well-known actress Rona Newton-John was born in Cambridgeshire, England, on February 1, 1941. Rona Newton John’s older sister is actress Olivia Newton-John. On May 24, 2013, Rona passed away in LA, California, in the United States. Her demise is caused by brain cancer.

Her parents were Brinley Newton-John, a Cambridge’s King College professor and an operatic voice dean, and Irene Born, a writer, photographer, and environmentalist. Rona’s maternal grandfather, Max Born, was a scientist who won the Nobel Prize. Hugh Newton-John, a doctor by profession, is her brother’s name.

Rona Goldsmith got married (1961 – 1968). Tottie Goldsmith, the star of Chantoozies, is her child. Rona wed Graeme A. Hall in 1969. Rona, who has been married at least twice and has four children, met Jeff Conaway, an actor from the American TV series “Taxi,” at an Allan Carr party in 1978 while “Grease” was filmed. Prior to their 1985 divorce, they were wed for two years. Her sons are race car racer Emerson Newton-John and film producer Brian Goldsmith.

The Benny Hill Show (1969), UFO (1970), and the UK film (The Same Skin) (also known as Brotherly Love) are just a few of the minor roles that Rona played after beginning her career as a model (1970). Together, Rona and her sister Olivia wrote the song “Just Us Two.” In 1961, Rona made a guest appearance on the Mike Douglas Show. In the program’s kitchen segment, Rona and Olivia created their soup. Rona enjoys writing as well.

Most of Rona Newton-income John’s comes from her work as a famous actress. We have calculated Rona Newton-net John’s worth, earnings, and assets. Her net worth in 2019 is estimated to be between $100,000 and $1 million (Approx.)

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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