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Darleen Carr is an American actress, singer, and voice-over artist born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Carr was born Darlene Farnon to Brian Farnon and Rita Oehmen. She is also known by the names Darlene Carr and Darleen Drake. Her two siblings, Charmian Carr and Shannon Farnon, are also famous actresses. Regarding her education, Darleen Carr has not revealed much about her school, college, or university's name and the subject Carr majored in. Carr was married to Jason Laskay for two years before they divorced in 1977. After that, Darleen Carr married Zelko Megovetich, with whom she had a son, Zevan Carr, who died in 1981 due to Duncan's disease. In 1992, she married Jameson Parker. Darleen Carr has appeared in nine films and many other television series throughout her acting career. She has amassed an impressive net worth of $1 million from her acting career.
Darleen Carr is a famous American singer, actress, and voice-over artist who has amassed significant wealth from her career. As of 2022, her net worth is estimated to be $1 million.
Darleen Carr has not yet revealed any information about her annual earnings and spending habits. Though being a successful actress and singer, she has earned a great fortune.
Darleen Carr stands 5 ft 4 in (162 cm) tall. Aside from that, no details are available about her physical attributes.
Darleen Carr, born Darlene Farnon, was born on December 12, 1950, in Chicago, Illinois, United States. As of 2022, she is 71 years old. Carr belongs to the American nationality, and her zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
Darleen Carr, initially known as Darlene Farnon, was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States, on December 12, 1950. Darleen Carr is also known by the names Darlene Carr and Darleen Drake. Her mother is Rita Oehmen, and her father is Brian Farnon. She has two sisters, Charmian Carr and Shannon Farnon. Carr's father, Brian Farnon, was the orchestra leader of Harrah's Lake Tahoe, and her mother, Rita Oehmen, performed in The Oehmen Twins singing act. Apart from that, Darleen Carr has not talked much about her early life. Regarding her education, there is no information about her school/college/university name and the subjects she majored in.
Darleen Carr married Jason Laskay in 1974; however, the couple separated in 1977. Later Carr married Zelko Megovetich and had a son named Zevan Carr, who died in 1981 from Duncan's disease. Darleen Carr is currently married to the American actor Jameson Parker. The pair tied the knot in 1992.
Darleen Carr played the role of Susan Winslow, a single mother and titular character in the short-lived CBS sitcom 'Miss Winslow & Son,' in 1979, the only television series where Carr had the lead billing. In 1965–1966, Carr played the role of Kathy, a student at a private girls' academy in California, on 'The John Forsythe Show. ' Carr regularly appeared on the 1969 version of the NBC TV show 'Dean Martin Presents the Gold Diggers,' and played the character Cindy Smith in the 1971–1972 ABC comedy-drama The Smith Family. Darleen Carr also played recurring roles as Margaret Devlin in the western series 'The Oregon Trail' in 1977 and the editor, reporter, and photographer of the town newspaper in the 1981–1982 television series 'Bret Maverick.'
Darleen Carr played the role of Kathleen 'Kick' Kennedy, John F. Kennedy's favorite sister, in a 1977 television movie, 'Young Joe, the Forgotten Kennedy.' She played the lead role in the miniseries 'Once an Eagle' in 1976, for which she was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe for her performance. Carr portrayed the daughter of Karl Malden's character on 12 episodes of the series 'The Streets of San Francisco' (1972–77) and in the TV movie sequel, 'Back to the Streets of San Francisco' in 1992.
On television during the '70s and '80s, Darleen Carr made guest appearances on shows including 'The Virginian,' 'The FBI (2 episodes),' 'Marcus Welby, MD' (2 episodes), 'Chopper One,' 'The Rookies' (3 episodes), 'The Waltons,' 'The Paper Chase,' 'Alias Smith and Jones,' 'SWAT,' 'Medical Center' (3 episodes), 'Vega$,' 'Man from Atlantis,' 'Fantasy Island,' 'Barnaby Jones' (3 episodes), 'The White Shadow,' 'Quincy, M.E.,' 'Family Affair,' 'Charlie's Angels,' 'V,' 'Murder, She Wrote,' 'Magnum,' 'PI,' and 'Simon & Simon' (4 episodes). In 1994, Darleen Carr appeared as Ambassador E'Tyshra on 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.' In 1976, She made a guest appearance in the first episode of the final series of the British television series 'Thriller.'
Apart from the television series, Darleen Carr also appeared in nine films. In 1967 she made her film debut in 'Monkeys, Go Home' as Sidoni Riserau. Carr played Abbey Kingsley in 'The Impossible Years' (1968) with David Niven, Hilda Jorgenson in 'Death Of A Gunfighter' (1969) with Richard Widmark, Doris in 'The Beguiled' (1971) with Clint Eastwood, Carol Lerner in 'Runaway' (1973), as Dr. Leticia Baines in 'Piranha' (1995), and as Erica's mother in 'Eight Days A Week' with Keri Russell.
Darleen Carr is also a famous singer who sang in 'The Sound of Music,' dubbing the high singing voice for Duane Chase as 'Kurt' and several of her sister Charmian's high solo parts. She sang in Walt Disney's 'The Jungle Book' as Shanti, The Girl. She was under contract to RCA Records, played Abigail Adams in 1776 at the Long Beach Civic Light Opera, released an album, The Carr-De Belles Band, in 1988, and performed at Vine St Bar and Grill in Hollywood with her band.
Darleen Carr was also part of a Members Only Preview for the behind-the-scenes exhibition Walt Disney's 'The Jungle Book: Making a Masterpiece' during a special talk alongside Floyd Norman, Andreas Deja, and Bruce Reitherman, which took place on June 22, 2022. The exhibition will take place at The Walt Disney Family Museum from June 23, 2022, to January 8, 2023.
In 1977, Darleen Carr was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe for her performance in the miniseries 'Once An Eagle.'
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