Does Priscilla Presley have any regrets about turning down a lead role in Charlie’s Angels?
Towards the end of her marriage with Elvis, Priscilla started studying karate and acting. After Elvis passed, she started working as an actress. She took on the role of Jenna Wade in the very successful series Dallas. After that, she also starred as Jane Spencer in the Naked Gun movies.
But what about the roles that she turned down? Priscilla Presley was originally offered one of the leading roles on Charlie’s Angels However, Priscilla turned the role down due to a lack of interest. The series was highly successful and ran from 1976 to 1981. So, does Priscilla have any regrets about turning down the role? During an interview, a source shared that the star has no regrets.
“At the time she didn’t like the concept of the series. She didn’t mind when it finally came out, and she loves the girls they hired. But it wasn’t right for her. She has no regrets,” said the source.
Priscilla Presley Is a Very Successful Business Woman
Many people, when they think of Priscilla Presley, think “actress” or “wife of Elvis.” But Priscilla is so much more than that. In fact, if it wasn’t for her, trips to Graceland wouldn’t be possible today.
The upkeep for Graceland cost $500,000 a year. And after Elvis’s death in 1977, the expenses had dwindled Lisa Marie’s (Priscilla and Elvis’s daughter) to $1 million. Additionally, taxes due on the property and other expenses totaled over $500,000. So, Priscilla had two choices: She could sell Graceland, or she could figure something out.
She chose the latter and started looking into other famous homes turned museums. She hired a CEO to turn Graceland into a tourist attraction. And after only four weeks of being open, Graceland made back all the money it had invested. Graceland is now considered one of the U.S’s top tourist attractions. Priscilla became the chairwoman and president of Elvis Presley Enterprises (EPE). Under Priscilla’s guidance, the family’s estate and fortunes are now well over $100 million.