Sybil Danning Net Worth: She is known for numerous characters in European ‘B’ movies, cult films, science fiction and action films. After enrolling in Buchner School of Cosmetology in Salzburg and receiving a diploma in facial treatment, decorative cosmetics, manicure and body massage, she soon began doing fashion shows and photo layouts. In 1978, Danning moved to Hollywood, California, to further her career in American movies. She left behind her friends and family in Europe and pursued a profession without contract, no representative and no idea exactly what the future would bring. Her instincts paid off and she soon appeared as a guest on such television series as Vega$ (1978), Simon & Simon (1981), V (1984), Masquerade (1983), The Fall Guy (1981), Deadly Nightmares (1983), Street Hawk (1985) and Superboy (1988). She also did a ten-page pictorial for the August 1983 dilemma of Playboy. Outside of acting, Danning has additionally worked on several films as a producer and wrote the story for L.A. Bounty. After a lengthy absence from acting, Sybil Danning made a recovery by appearing as a Nazi villainess in the Werewolf Women of the SS mock trailer for Grindhouse (2007) as well as a nurse in Rob Zombie’s remake Halloween (2007). From 2002 to 2003, Danning was a stockholder in the German ice hockey club SC Riessersee. Danning is looking to purchase and turn around an English Football club.
Was awarded the Golden Scroll Award of Merit for her role as the Valkyrie warrior Saint-Exmin in the space opera Battle Beyond the Stars (1980).
Hosted her own collection of 26 action adventure films that bear the title "Sybil Danning's Adventure Video" for the USA Home Video company. She appeared in the beginning, with campy one-liners, introduced the video, and returned in the ending to wrap it up.
President and Chief Operating Officer of "Adventuress Productions", the company she founded in 1989 with S.C. Dacy and Robert P. Palazzo.
From 2002 to 2003, Danning was a shareholder of the German ice hockey club SC Riessersee. As the first ever female co-owner of a German hockey team, she brought in three American players to the team, and saw the team return to the Vice Championship.
Was considered for the lead female role in the James Bond film Octopussy (1983), which went to Maud Adams.
Deep sultry voice
Sparkling blue eyes
Platinum blonde hair
[When asked about her sex appeal and how she might have used it to her advantage in her career] I never really thought of myself as being that sexy; my thinking has always been that every woman is sexy! My manager really thought I could look attractive and sexy, while at the same time carrying a gun on screen. I could be convincing, and have the sexuality and toughness intermixed, which is a great combination. I worked in European films at first, which are naturally much more sexual in nature, so I was already comfortable with playing those roles when I started in Hollywood.
I love being a strong female on the screen. It suits me fine and I think it's nice that young girls can see some of their own inner fantasies on film. Boys have Clint Eastwood. I hope that girls enjoy seeing me leaping about. Young people need fantasy in their lives. They need larger-than-life figures to watch.
I have a tendency to play larger-than-life figures, which is good. I would never want to play a nurse or a housewife. You can see those people in everyday life. How boring!
I love playing women who are not ashamed to be strong. There are many of us out there, you know, and we would love to see more of us on the screen.
What I am is the new dream girl - one who has both body and intelligence.