|Full Name||Ruth Ann Buzzi|
|Birth City||Rhode Island, USA|
|Father Name||Angelo Peter Buzzi|
|Mother Name||Rena Pauline|
|Spouse||Basil Keko (1965 to 1975)|
|Awards||Golden Globe Award, Lifetime Achievement Award|
|Filmography||Freaky Friday, The Rescuers, Come On Over, Passions|
|Education||Pasadena Playhouse for the Performing Arts|
|Date of Birth||July 14,1936|
The Golden Globe Award winner Ruth Ann Buzzi is an American actress, singer, and comedian. Buzzi is best known for her performances on the comedy-variety show Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In. Her other notable television work includes Linus the Lionhearted, The Monkees, The Steve Allen Show, That Girl, and others.
Born Ruth Ann Buzzi on 24th July 1936 in Westerly, Rhode Island, the United States of America. Her birth sign is Leo. Likewise, she belongs to American nationality and is of white ethnicity.
She was raised alongside brother Harold by mother Rena Pauline and father, Angelo Peter Buzzi. For her education, she went to Stonington High School and was head cheerleader. Later she went to Pasadena Playhouse and graduated from there.
Moving to her personal life, Ruth Buzzi is a married woman. She tied the knot to her now-husband Kent Perkins in 10th December 1978. Their marriage ceremony was attended by their folks and friends.
The couple is living happily on a 600-acre cattle and horse ranch in Stephenville, Texas. Besides, she also paints as a hobby, however, never offers her work for sale.
Prior to her marriage to Kent, she was married to ex-husband Basil Keko. The couple tied the knot on 28th November 1965 in presence of family and friends. However, due to personal reasons, the duo separated and divorced in 1975.
Talking about her worth, Ruth has a net worth of $10 million at present. She gathers her fortunes from her acting career. Besides, she also earns a nice sum of money from her endorsements deals, sponsorships, and advertisement deals.
Ruth began her career at the young age of nineteen from the theater. From 1964 to 65, Buzzi played in the regular repertory company on the CBS variety show The Entertainers. She then appeared in the tv show The Steve Allen Show.
Her notable work includes Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In, That’s Life, The Dean Martin Show, Love, American Style, Night Gallery, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, 7th Heaven, Sheep in the Big City, and several more.
Moving unto her achievements, Ruth was nominated for the Emmy Award for five times. She won the Topaz Award at the annual gala on 22nd November 2014. Buzzi also won the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Pasadena Playhouse of the Performing Arts.