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Joanne Gilbert, born in Chicago, Illinois, is an American film actress known for her roles in the movies and television series 'The Great Man' (1956), 'The Outer Limits' (1963), and 'Red Garters' (1954).
Joanne Gilbert performed as a singer at the Mocambo in Hollywood; she also appeared in Waldorf Astoria, New York City, and Las Vegas, Miami. Read more about the American television actress Joanne Gilbert, her net worth, annual earnings, acting career, height, birthday, and unknown facts.
American television actress Joanne Gilbert has an estimated net worth of over $2.5 million from her acting career.
Joanne Gilbert's annual earnings are not disclosed to the media. Gilbert's primary net worth source is her acting career in film and television.
Joanne Gilbert stands at the height of 5 ft 7 in (174 cm).
Born on July 17, 1932, Joanne Gilbert is 90 years old as of 2022.
Joanne Gilbert was born in Chicago, Illinois, the United States, on July 17, 1932, to Ray Gilbert. She grew up in Hollywood, California.
Ray Gilbert was an American lyricist known for his song 'Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah' for the movie 'Song Of The South' (1946).
Joanne Gilbert is currently not married to anyone. Previously, she married popular film actor and producer Danny Arnold (1955-1956). After Joanne Gilbert and Danny Arnold parted their ways in 1956, Gilbert married Edward L. Rissien in 1958 and parted their ways after six years of marriage in 1964.
Danny Arnold was a popular film actor, producer, writer, and comedian known for producing 'Bewitched' (1964-1972), 'That Girl' (1966-1971), and 'Barney Miller' (1975-1982).
Joanne Gilbert is an American actress well-known as the daughter of Oscar-winning American lyricist Ray Gilbert.
Joanne Gilbert began her career as a fashion model in New York City and moved to California to pursue a singing career performing at nightclubs before becoming a film actress. Joanne Gilbert made her acting debut in the 1953 film 'Houdini.' In 1954, she had her recognizable role as Sheila Winthrop in 'Red Garters.'
Notable roles played by Joanne Gilbert in movies are Sheila Winthrop in 'Red Garters' (1954), Ginny in 'The Great Man' (1956), Pretty Willow in 'Ride Out for Revenge' (1957), and Syd Heyward in 'The High Cost of Loving' (1958).
Gilbert's last performance in the film was in 1958, ' The High Cost of Loving,' and she continued her next decade working on television series. Joanne Gilbert's film debut in TV series was in the 1966 television series 'Ben Casey'; she portrayed the role of Miss Clauson.
Notable roles played by Joanne Gilbert in TV dramas include Liza Carmody in 'The Joseph Cotten Show: On Trial' (1957), Jennie Cannon in 'Zane Grey Theatre' (1958), Lydia Custard in 'Studio One' (1958), Mike Torrence in 'Bronco' (1958), Faith Foster in 'Perry Mason' (1959), Barbara Scott in 'The Outer Limits' (1963), Jennifer in Follow the Sun (1962), and Linda Dawes in 'Lock Up' (1960).
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