Loni Anderson is still alive, and she lives in Los Angeles, California. Loni Kaye Anderson was born on the 5th of August, 1945, and is now 78 years old. The veteran actress has been away from the screen for a number of years now, but she is still doing great.
Anderson has been reported to be dead a number of times in different celebrity hoax reports, but she is actually alive and in good health. More so, she has not announced her retirement from Hollywood, which means she may be back anytime soon. Whatever the case, here is all you may want to know about the whereabouts of the actress.
How Old Is Loni Anderson Now?
Loni Anderson is now 78 years old as she was born on 5 August 1945. The American actress was born to the family of her parents, Maxine Hazel Kallin and Klaydon Carl “Andy” Anderson, in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States, where she was also brought up together with her sister, Andrea Sams.
Her childhood was influenced by her mother, who was a model, and that was one of the things that pulled her to entertainment. She became a professional actress in 1966 when she was 21 years old, with an appearance in the film Nevada Smith.
She got her big break when she was in her 30s, thanks to the TV series WKRP in Cincinnati, which ran from 1978 to 1982. The work earned her three Golden Globes Nominations, among other accolades.
Is Loni Anderson Still Alive?
Yes, the veteran actress is still very much alive, contrary to the death hoax that has trailed her in the past. The 78 years old actress may not still be very active in Hollywood, but she is still alive and kicking.
Although both her parents had COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) and lost their lives when they were in their fifties as a result of cancer complications, the actress has been very healthy even into her late 70s.
Where Is Loni Anderson Today?
Loni Anderson is in Los Angeles, California, United States. She has been there since the start of her career. Although she is not very active as an actress, the woman who was once considered to be one of the most beautiful faces on TV still makes herself available for some red-carpet walks and interviews.
In 2021, she appeared on Andy Cohen‘s show ‘Watch What Happens Live’. During the interview, she confirmed that following her divorce from her former husband, Burt Reynolds, Princess Diana sent a thank you note to Reynolds because their divorce got People Magazine to discuss something else apart from her.
The actress once had a home in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, which was custom-built in 2007. She sold the property in 2014.
What Does Loni Anderson Look Like Today?
For a woman who is now approaching her 80s, Loni has aged, but gracefully so. The last time the actress was seen in public was in 2021, when she was 76 years old, but she still looked less than 50. For someone who won many pageantry competitions when she was much younger, it is unsurprising.
She once revealed that her ageless looks were thanks to genetics, which was on her side. This is because she did not get to exercise at an early age as a result of an accident that caused her back injury in the past.
Instead of exercise, she ensures to take advantage of a healthy diet to also help herself achieve an ageless look. The actress revealed that she has stopped eating red meat a long time ago. The protein she takes is fish and chicken. She also takes a lot of vegetables and fruits and avoids all things in cans or boxes.
Where Does Loni Anderson Live Now?
At the moment, it is known that Loni Anderson lives in Los Angeles, but the exact place where she makes her home is not known. She is now living with her fourth husband, Bruce Hasselberg, whom she married in 2008 after three failed marriages in the past.
Before tying the knot with the founding member of the folk band The Brothers Four, she was previously married to Bruce Hasselberg from 1964 to 1966. After that, she married Ross Bickell for eight years, from 1973 to 1981, and finally, she married Burt Reynolds for six years, from 1988 to 1994.
Although she is a mother of two kids, a daughter (Deidra) and a son, Quinton, whom she gave birth to and adopted respectively, they are both grown and living their lives away from her.