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A collection of quotes and thoughts by Donna Douglas on love, children, singing, gospel, country, youth, church, God, people, etc.

7 Donna Douglas Quotes That Will Lead You To A Flying Start

Quick Facts

Famous As: Actress

Born On: September 26, 1932

Died On: January 1, 2015

Born In: Pride, Louisiana, United States

Died At Age: 82

Donna Douglas was an American singer and actress. She was best-known for portraying Elly May Clampett on the CBS sitcom television series ‘The Beverly Hillbillies.’ Following her acting career, she became an inspirational speaker, a real estate agent, author of books for both adults and children, and a gospel singer. Some of her popular works in films and on television include ‘Frankie and Johnny,’ ‘Career,’ ‘The Twilight Zone,’ ‘Route 66,’ ‘The Defenders,’ ’77 Sunset Strip,’ ‘Lock-Up,’ ‘Chronicles of Life Trials,’ and ‘Lover Come Back.’ Following is a collection of quotes and sayings by Donna Douglas which have been compiled from her writings, books, movies, dialogues, songs, speeches, interviews, lyrics, etc. Scroll through the famous quotes and thoughts by Donna Douglas.

I would think that other people could see if you had other talents. I grew and expanded from the Elly May role. I was doing real estate and personal appearances and kept my foot in the door.

Donna Douglas

Today you can't go by the titles of the shows to know what the content of the show may be.

Donna Douglas

I speak for a lot of church groups, youth groups, schools, colleges and do personal appearances. I've done conventions and trade shows. A lot of different little hats.

Donna Douglas

I've done gospel singing. I have a gospel album and country album.

Donna Douglas

Whatever God would want me to do... love each other and help others. I want to add, not take away.

Donna Douglas

I really love pets. They're like children. They know if you really love them or not. You can't fool them.

Donna Douglas

Back then, it was more or less we couldn't change a line in our script. We weren't allowed to change lines. Today, actors change everything and won't do parts. It's very different today. Back then, the producers were in charge. Today actors are more in charge.

Donna Douglas