Janie Beggs is an actress who is best known as the spouse of late American singer, songwriter, actor, and founding member of the rock band the Eagles, Glenn Frey. She appeared in Frey's second studio album, The Allnighter's third single "Smuggler's Blues" in 1985.
Beggs's age is not known as of now. She is from Texas where her family owns Beggs Cattle Company. The company, which raises commercial cattle and quarter horses, won the Charles Goodnight Award in 2005.
Janie's ancestors started the business back in the early 1900s. The ranches have locations in Parker, Stonewall, Dickens, King, Kent, Garza, and Cochran counties.
Meanwhile, Frey was born on November 6, 1948, in Detroit, Michigan, and spent his early years in Royal Oak, Michigan. He attended Dondero High School.
Beggs met Frey in th early 1980s when she was a debutante from Texas. They dated for a few years before tying the knot on June 17, 1983.
The duo was married for about five years and separated in 1988. They had no children together. Following this, Frey started dating dancer and choreographer Cindy Millican.
After a two-year courtship, Cindy and Glenn married on June 30, 1990, and remained together until his death. Together, they had three children: a daughter, Taylor Frey, born in 1991, and two sons, Deacon Frey, born in 1993 and Otis Frey, born in 2002.
Beggs' net worth has not been revealed yet. The Texas native has been out of the spotlight ever since her separation from the late singer. For this reason, nothing much is known about her professional and personal life as of now.
Meanwhile, her ex-husband, Glenn, had a net worth of $120 million at the time of his death in 2016, as per Celebrity Net Worth. Today, Cindy is the sole heir to his fortune and inherited all of his estates.
Following Frey's death, one of the first assets to be sold off was his $14 million-worth estate in Brentwood. The late singer had bought the property in 2007 for $10 million. It was initially put on sale in 2017 for approximately $15 million before lowering it to $14 million.
In 2018, Cindy filed a suit against Mount Sinai Hospital and gastroenterologist Steven Itzkowitz for negligence in Frey's treatment. The lawsuit claimed $12 million of lost income to the family estate due to negligence.