Dagmar Dolby (1941/42) is an American billionaire. Dagmar Dolby is the widow of the surround sound pioneer Ray Dolby, who died in 2013. According to Forbes, she has a net worth of $4.1 billion in January 2018. Dagmar graduated from Heidelberg University in her native Germany. She met her future husband Ray Dolby in 1962 while studying in a summer program at Cambridge University.

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  • Dagmar Dolby (1941/42) is an American billionaire. Dagmar Dolby is the widow of the surround sound pioneer Ray Dolby, who died in 2013. According to Forbes, she has a net worth of $4.1 billion in January 2018. Dagmar graduated from Heidelberg University in her native Germany. She met her future husband Ray Dolby in 1962 while studying in a summer program at Cambridge University. (en)
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  • Dagmar Dolby (1941/42) is an American billionaire. Dagmar Dolby is the widow of the surround sound pioneer Ray Dolby, who died in 2013. According to Forbes, she has a net worth of $4.1 billion in January 2018. Dagmar graduated from Heidelberg University in her native Germany. She met her future husband Ray Dolby in 1962 while studying in a summer program at Cambridge University. (en)
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