Ann Blyth is an American actress and singer who has a net worth of $2.5 million. Born Ann Marie Blyth on August 16, 1928, in Mount Kisco, Two years later, Blyth inked a agreement with Universal Studios, making her film debut in Chip Off the Old Block (1944). However, she first got a chance to showcase her talents when she was cast as "against type" Joan Crawford's mean daughter Veda in Mildred Pierce (1945, What's more, she won the Best Actress award for that film. Ever since, Blyth has been incessantly appearing in films, playing a great diversity of roles ranging from silly sweet parts in features like Free for All (1949) and Sally and St. Anne (1951), and more complete typescript like her representation of Regina Hubbard in Another Part of the Forest (1948). She could be also seen in fantasies, counting in Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid (1948). As for her beautifully trained voice, it was often heard in such musicals as The Student Prince (1954), Rose Marie (1955) and Kismet (1956). Ann Blyth left a deep mark in the movie industry playing a real-life songstress in The Helen Morgan Story (1957) and portraying the wife of the legendary opera star, in The Great Caruso (1951). In the latter, Ann got the chance to introduce the beautiful song, It's the Loveliest Night of the Year.