Veteran actress Sandra Warner has passed away at the age of 86. How Did She Die? 

Sandra Warner was an American former actress and model. She is better known as the cover girl on Martin Denny's 1957 album Exotica.

Warner then played in the 1962's sitcom Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. After that appeared in a number of movies such as Some Like It Hot.

The model has also acted in The Fugitive, The Twilight Zone, and Perry Mason. Sadly the veteran actress has been announced dead in March 2022.

What Happened To Sandra Warner? Her Death Cause & Obituary

Sandra Warner's cause of death has yet to be disclosed in the media. 

However, many news outlets claim that the veteran actress died of natural causes. At the time of her death, she was 87 years old.

Slowly, tributes to her name are pouring in on the Twitter platform. Fans have also prayed for the bereaved family members.

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Who Is Sandra Warner's Husband? Her Family Details.

Sandra Warner's ex-husband was Charles R Gerstel. Their wedding vows lasted from 1965 to 1966.

At the time of her death, the veteran actress was reported living a single life.

Warner was born on March 14, 1935, to an American family in New York City. She also has a twin sister named Sonia Warner.

The model has also acted alongside her identical twin in “The Human Jungle,” and “Some Like It Hot”.

In September 2009, Warners last attended a celebration on the Coronado Resort to mark the fiftieth anniversary of Some Like It Hot.

Sandra Warner's Net Worth In 2022

Sandra Warner had a net worth of around $2 million USD in 2022.

She is recognized as the face of Martin Denny’s 1957 album Exotica. In fact, she was on the Billboard charts and the album’s first 11 sequels.

After her grand success as a model, she acted in more than dozens of hits movies including Some Like It Hot and The Human Jungle.

We could only expect her to have made a fortune in her more than three-decade-long showbiz career.

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