Joan O'Brien

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Joan O’Brien

Joan O'Brien

Who is Joan O’Brien?

American actress and singer Joan O’Brien is well-known for her work on television programs from the 1950s and 1960s. Below is a complete biography of Joan that you may read to learn more.

What is the Net Worth of Joan O’Brien? Salary, Earnings

Joan O’Brien makes money acting, which is her profession. According to many online resources, Joan O’Brien’s net worth is therefore estimated to be $2 million.

Where was Joan O’Brien born? Ethnicity, Nationality, Family, Education

On February 14, 1936, Joan O’Brien was born. She spent the majority of her early years in her hometown of Cambridge, Massachusetts, before relocating to California. Her origin and religion are unknown, and she is of American nationality. Marie O’Brien is her real name. Joan’s horoscope indicates that she is an Aquarius.

Her parents’ names—David O’Brien, her father, and Rita O’Brien, her mother—are all that is known about them. There are currently no further details regarding her family that are known. Similar information has not previously been made public about her other family members, including her siblings, cousins, grandparents, uncles, and other kin.

She later moved with her family to California when she was a young girl. At the age of eight, Joan also started taking dancing lessons. Joan attended Chaffey Union High School in Ontario and then earned her diploma in California.

Brown hair that has since turned gray once belonged to Joan O’Brien. She is a brown-eyed woman who is 5 feet, 4 inches (1.63 meters) tall. She is slim and measures 53 kg (117 lbs). With a chest-waist-hips ratio of 33-24-35, Joan has a voluptuous physique.

Quick Facts

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Full NameJoan O’Brien (Marie O’Brien)
Date of BirthFebruary 14, 1936
Birth PlaceCambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Age86
NationalityAmerican
Father’s NameDavid O’Brien
Mother’s NameRita O’Brien
SiblingsN/A
OccupationActress and Singer
Body Measurement33-24-35
EthnicityN/A
ZodiacAquarius
Height5 feet and 4-inch (1.63 meters)
Weight53 kgs (117 lbs)
Hair ColorBrown (but she now has white hair)
Eyes ColorBrown
ReligionN/A
Relationship StatusDivorced
Spouse(s)/Partner(s)Billy Strange

John F. Meyers

Dino Kotopoulis

Col. Malcolm Bernard

Billie Strange

ChildrenRussell Strange (Son)

Melissa Anne Meyers (Daughter)

Net Worth$ 2 million

Is Joan O’Brien Married life? Relationship

In her lifetime, Joan O’Brien was married five times. Billy Strange was Joan’s first husband. The couple split after just two years of marriage, and they remarried in 1954. She also wed John F. Meyers the following year. In 1960, her second marriage also ended in divorce. In 1963, Joan married Harvey Allen Godorov for the third time. After a year, Joan, unfortunately, had to deal with separation once more.

She also wed Colonel Malcolm Bernard and Dino Kotopoulis similarly. Sadly, their relationship failed once more.

Russell Strange, Joan O’Brien’s son (and Billy Strange’s son), was born on October 4, 1955, and Melissa Anne Meyers, her daughter with John F. Meyers, was also born on that date. After a run of failed romances, she is now enjoying her time alone while spending it with her kids.

How did Joan O’Brien start her Professional Career?

The performer was impressed by Joan O’Brien’s singing skills when she appeared on the television program Hometown Jamboree. She thus acquired a job as a performer before high school graduation. She was a frequent employee of “The Bob Crosby Show” in 1954. He spent almost four years on the show before leaving just before it was due to be canceled. She co-starred with Cary Grant and Tony Curtis in the Operation Petticoat movie in 1959.

Years later, in July 1959, Lawrence Welk hired Joan as a one-week replacement for his champagne lady Alice Lon after she attracted his notice as a singer on Bob Crosby’s. However, because she was still a teenager, Welk had decided not to hire her at the time. She was cast in a few Bat Masterson TV western episodes as well.

 In the 1959 episode “Shakedown at St. Joe,” she also performed while singing as the rising opera diva Dora Miller. In John Wayne’s 1960 epic reenactment of the Alamo battle, Joan portrayed Susanna Dickinson, a survivor of the battle.

Joan O’Brien played Elvis Presley’s girlfriend in the 1963 movie “It Happened at the World’s Fair” as well. Her most frequent acting roles during the 1960s were on television. She additionally made two episodes of Perry Mason. After her professional career came to an end in 1968, Joan O’Brien also performed with the Harry James band.

Social Media Details

None of the social media networks are used by Joan O’Brien. She didn’t have any social media accounts up until lately. She might favor a routine existence away from the social scene.

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