Dolly Parton Explains Why She Won’t Retire
Dolly Parton is best known as a singer and actress, but she is also an entrepreneur. The singer of “Jolene” has been performing since the age of ten and hasn’t stopped since. She used her fame as a singer and composer to become a producer, philanthropist, and entrepreneur, thanks to her business skills. Parton’s net worth is currently estimated to be $650 million, and it continues to rise with each passing year.
Dolly Parton is older than the typical retirement age.
Parton’s achievements and legacy have earned her the label of national treasure in the United States. Many people regard her as a trend setter, and they are continually attempting to imitate her. She has also managed to stay current by constantly seeking out new ways to reach out to new audiences. She guest starred on her goddaughter’s successful TV show, Hannah Montana, in the early 2000s, which introduced her to a whole new generation. Of course, as Parton gets older, her career is expected to slow down a little. The 9 to 5 star, who was born on January 19, 1946, is well past the customary retirement age. Fans shouldn’t expect the songwriter to give up her blonde wigs anytime soon.
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Parton has never taken a total sabbatical from the entertainment world, but there was a moment when she had to drastically tone down her schedule. According to the actor, she was struggling with certain mental issues that appeared in her body and caused her to become terribly ill for more than a year. Parton told Interview Magazine, “I’d never truly been sick in my life until a couple of years ago, and then I was sick for 18 months to two years.” “It was triggered by a slew of emotional issues I was experiencing.”