Born on August 17, 1947, Judy Ogle is a Miscellaneous Crew makeup artist and has also worked in the costume department. Judy Ogle is known for her work on Rhinestone (1984), Joyful Noise (2012), and Straight Talk (1992).
Judy Ogle’s Net Worth
Through her hard work, Judy Ogle’s Net Worth is estimated at $950,000. Even though the 73-year-old Judy Ogle has yet to be mentioned in an article without her best friend, Dolly Parton, it is sure that she has made her money herself. Judy Ogle though unknown by money for a long time has worked hard to be where she is now.
Is Judy gay? And Dolly Parton her new love interest?
After being for decades in the Hollywood industry, she has now sparked news but sadly it isn’t about her work as an artist but as for the rumors of being the lover of the famous American Singer-Songwriter Dolly Parton. Judy Ogle is 73 years old which is the same as Dolly Parton.
It is said that they have been best friends since childhood which sparks interest in some fans as Dolly Parton isn’t married and so isn’t her childhood best friend, Judy Ogle.
“Judy and I have been best friends for 64 years since we were little kids. Our parents knew each other, we grew up together, we were like sisters, became best friends. She was very quiet, I was very outgoing. So we made perfect friends.
We went all through school together. She went to the army when we graduated because she needed the insurance and she needed to help her family and I was trying to make it. As soon as she got out, she came to Nashville and we’ve been together ever since.”
The American Singer’s answer when asked about her relationship with her best friend Judy Ogle. It has been seen many times in history where famous writers, poets, and musicians had been proved to be lovers with their so-called ‘best friends’.
Ogle has served as Parton’s assistant on a plethora of films and projects she’s been involved in, including Christmas on the Square, Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings, A Smoky Mountain Christmas, and Dolly in Concert.
She has also appeared in the documentary For the Love of Dolly and has wardrobe and makeup department credits on Kenny Rogers: The First 50 Years, Dolly Parton: Live & Well, and Blue Valley Songbird.
Though Judy hasn’t yet said anything directly conforming her gay rumours, her long friend Dolly Parton has been quick to come in defense saying that she would just laugh it off but it is embarrassing for her friend and her family.
“People say that because you can’t really have a great relationship with a woman. I’m not gay but I have so many gay friends and I accept everybody for who they are. People love to talk. People love to gossip. They’ve said that about Oprah, but it’s not true.”