Arlene Golonka

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Arlene Golonka

Arlene Leanore Golonka is a well-known and gorgeous actress. She rose to prominence after starring as Millie Hutchins on The Andy Griffith Show. Arlene Golonka is particularly well-known for her portrayal of Mile Swanson on the American television show Mayberry R.F.D.

She was married to Michael Longo from 1963 to 1967. She married in 1969 after her divorce from Larry Delaney. In 1977, they divorced.

What is the Net Worth of Arlene Golonka? Salary, Earnings

Arlene Golonka now has a net worth of $5 million. She earns a nice living from her acting profession, which has contributed to her outstanding net worth. She has been featured in films such as Diary of a Bachelor, Harvey Middleman, Fireman, and Penelope, as well as episodes of the TV shows Car 54, Where Are You?, Get Smart, M*A*S*H, All in the Family, Love, American Style, and Mary Tyler Moore.

Harvey Middleman, Fireman (1965), Penelope (1966), The Busy Body (1967), Welcome to Hard Times (1967), Hang ‘Em High (1968), The Elevator (1974), and Airport ’77 (1977) were among her minor parts.

In the 13th episode “Fool for Love” of season 5 of the television series In the Heat of the Night with Carroll O’Connor, Golonka played Sally Nash. In this episode, she portrayed the second woman to philandering Dr. Vance Talbot (actor Robert Ginty), who frames her for the murder of his wife before killing Nash.

Where was Arlene Golonka born? Ethnicity, Nationality, Family, Education

Golonka was born on January 23, 1936, in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. She is of Caucasian race and possesses American citizenship. She is of Polish ancestry. Golonka, who began her acting career in her early adolescence, came to New York City for additional studies after graduating from the prestigious Goodman Theater in Chicago.

On November 17, 1958, Golonka had her first significant stage debut in the show The Night Circus with Ben Gazzara at the Shubert Theater in New Haven, Connecticut. In 1959, she appeared in another drama, Take Me Along, alongside Jackie Gleason, Walter Pidgeon, and Robert Morse.

Quick Facts

 Date of Birth: 1936, January-23
 Age: 85 years old
 Birth Nation: United States of America
Name Arlene Golonka
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Ethnicity white
Profession Actress
Hair Color Blonde
Married Yes
Married to Larry Delaney (m. 1969), Mike Longo (m. 1963)
Divorce Larry Delaney (1977), Mike Longo (1967)
Education Goodman Theatre

Is Arlene Golonka Single? Relationship

Golonka, who is 81 years old, is now unmarried. Her zodiac sign is Aquarius. She worked in the sector for many years (1958-2005). Arlene Golonka was a member of The Actors Studio for Life. She was also Valerie Harper’s roommate, and she assisted her with her profession.

In terms of her personal life, she has been married twice. In early 1963, Golonka met Michael Longo. After an affair for a few years, the pair married in 1963. They divorced in 1967, but their relationship did not last. After a long romance, Golonka married Larry Delaney, a television actor, in 1969. Her relationship with Larry, however, did not continue, and the pair separated in 1977 after being together for eight years.

How did Arlene Golonka start her Professional Career?

In February 1961, Golonka appeared in Neil Simon’s debut Broadway play, Blow Your Horn. Until October 1962, the musical had 677 performances. She first appeared on record in 1965, on the well-received comedy album You Don’t Have to Be Jewish.

Golonka eventually relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a career on television, appearing in shows such as Car 54, Where Are You?, Get Smart, The Flying Nun, and The Andy Griffith Show.

She has also supplied her voice to various animated cartoons and television shows in addition to her acting career. She was a regular on the animated show Speed Buggy, where she voiced the character “Debbie.”

Other cartoon shows in which Golonka has appeared include The New Yogi Bear Show, Capitol Critters, Yogi’s Treasure Hunt, and The New Scooby-Doo Movies. She has been featured in several films as a supporting actress, including Harvey Middleman, Welcome to Hard Times, Penelope, The Busy Body, The Elevator, and Hang ‘Em High.

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