Nicki Lee Foster was the celebrated daughter of the “Queen of American pop music,’ Peggy Lee, and guitarist, Dave Barbour.  Peggy was a renowned jazz and popular music singer, songwriter, composer, and actress, with a career spanning seven decades.

Nicki Lee Foster’s Family

Nicki Lee Foster was born on November 11, 1943, in Los Angeles, USA, and was the only child of the singer, Peggy Lee. Her biological father was Dave Barbour. Nicki’s mother, Peggy was Born Norma Dolores Egstrom in Jamestown, North Dakota, on May 26, 1920. She was the seventh of eight children of Selma Emele (née Anderson) Egstrom and Marvin Olaf Egstrom, a station agent for the Midland Continental Railroad.

Peggy was married four times: to guitarist and composer Dave Barbour (1943–1951), actor Brad Dexter (1953), actor Dewey Martin (1956–1958), and percussionist Jack Del Rio (1964). All the marriages ended in divorce.

Nicki married dancer and producer Richard Foster in 1963. The couple was blessed with three children. Her sons Michael and David A. Foster were born on June 2, 1968, and October 1, 1964, respectively. Nicki’s daughter, Holly E. Foster was born on June 21, 1967. Nicki Lee Foster passed away on Nov. 14, 2014, at St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center in Twin Falls, Idaho, just three days after her 71st birthday.

Nicki Lee Foster’s Net Worth

Nicki Lee Foster was known to the wider audience as the daughter of the legendary singer, Peggy Lee and the guitarist, Dave Barbour. Nicki definitely had a colorful childhood in Hollywood with some of the world’s most beloved and iconic musicians surrounding her. As a child, Nicki attended the Westlake School for Girls and the Isabelle Buckley School and she graduated from Hollywood Professional School. From early in her childhood, he had a great interest in art, which she pursued with a passion.

Nicki directed children’s theater workshops and performed in many community theater productions. She was perhaps best known for her work in the local comedy review “The Whoop Show,” where along with Chris Millspaugh, and many other talents, she headlined the act “Nicki Night and The Whoops.” Radio fans could hear Nicki playing a host of colorful characters on KSKI’s first radio show, “All My Bummers.” She also served as director emeritus of Peggy Lee Associates, the Los Angeles-based company that she helped form to manage branding, licensing, and development activities related to Lee and her catalog of more than 1,100 songs.

Nicki’s net worth is not disclosed, but looking at her parent’s successful careers, it can be said that she had a luxurious lifestyle. Her mother, Peggy was nominated for 13 Grammy Awards and was also rewarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. She was inducted into the Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame in 1992 and the American Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1999. She had a net worth of $ 12 million at the time of death.