Gilligan's Island star Dawn Wells left her fortune — at least what she had left of it — to her beloved friends and family.
According to legal documents, the actress, known for playing Mary Ann Summers on the '60s sitcom, had "no property or monetary estate" at the time of her death. She did, however, have personal items that she requested be divided between those closest to her.
Dawn's will was last dated January 28, 2015. The star died in December due to complications from Covid-19. She was 82 years old.
“I, Dawn Wells request my wishes are here in this document to be carried out by my Executors. Also in the Will: All my belongings will be divided and by a list provided by heirs request and supervised by my Executors. I am requesting same heirs are to be decided by Executors,” her will reads.
Dawn was specific on who would be paying for her funeral and where she wanted to be buried.
"My funeral and burial expenses will be provided by my Unions; Screen Actors Guild. AFTRA, Actors’ Equity Association, and Social Security. Received as stated: To be buried in Mountain View Cemetery in Reno, NV. Plot and headstone already purchased and in place," the documents continue.
The '60s sex symbol claims she had "no property or monetary estate" but allowed a list of people to have dibs on her items before she even died.
“I have requested via email, from friends and family to state what possessions of mine they would like to have. If two or more request the same item, my Executors will decide," Dawn's will states.
She even attached a list showing the 7 people who would divide her goods following her passing. “All my belongings will be divided and by a list provided by heirs request and supervised by my Executors. I am requesting same heirs are to be decided by Executors," the docs read.
Dawn was the second only surviving cast member from Gilligan's Island until her death last year. Now, Tina Louise, who played Ginger Grant, is the sole survivor of the cast.
She is 87 years old.