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    Joey Heatherton Net Worth

    Davenie Johanna Heatherton net worth is
    $5 Million

    Davenie Johanna Heatherton Wiki Biography

    Born Davenie Johanna Heatherton on the 14th September 1944, in Rockville Centre, New York City USA, Joey is an actress best known to the world for such roles as Laura Mae Brown in “Twilight of Honor” (1963), Danielle Valerie Miller in “Where Love Has Gone” (1964), and Milton’s Mother in “Cry-Baby” (1990), among others. Her career has been active since 1959.

    Have you ever wondered how rich Joey Heatherton is as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Heatherton’s net worth is as high as $5 million, an amount earned through her successful acting career.

    Joey Heatherton Net Worth $5 Million

    Davenie Johanna Heatherton was a daughter of Ray Heatherton who was Broadway star, and Davenie Heatherton, and earned her nickname Joey in her childhood days, as a combination of her names. Her older brother, Dick became disc jockey. She went to Saint Agnes Academy which is a catholic grade and high school.

    Joey`s career began while she was still a child, appearing in her father`s show “The Merry Mailman”. Afterwards, she made her Broadway debut in “The Sound of Music”, and the same year started appearing on TV in “The Perry Como Show”. During the early years of her career, Joey had numerous appearances in other variety shows, such as “The Dean Martin Show”, “Andy Williams Show”, “The Ed Sullivan Show, “The Hollywood Palace”, and “This is Tom Jones”, among others, all of which increased her net worth, and her popularity as well.

    In the 1960s, she made her screen debut in an episode of the TV series “Route 66” (1960), which was followed by an appearance in “The Virginian” three years later. She made her film debut the same year in “Twilight of Honor”, and continued to appear in films during the 1960s, including “Where Love Has Gone” (1964), “My Blood Runs Cold” (1965), “Of Mice and Men” (1968), and “The Ballad of Andy Crocker” (1969), all of which increased her net worth to a large degree.

    With the beginning of the 1970s, her popularity began to decline, but she still stayed active as an actress until the 2000s, appearing in such productions as “Bluebeard” (1972), “The Happy Hooker goes to Hollywood” (1977), “Cry-Baby” (1990), and “Reflections of Evil” (2002), which certainly added further to her net worth.

    Joey`s net worth also benefited from her work as a singer; she released one album, entitled “The Joey Heatherton Album” (1972), which spawned the single “Gone” that spent 15 weeks on the Billboard`s Hot 100 chart, and reached No. 24.

    Regarding her personal life, Joey was married to American Footballer Lance Rentzel, the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver, from 1969 until divorcing in 1972. She has had multiple problems with the law; in 1985 she refused to pay $4.906 for hotel and spa, and a year later she was arrested and charged with the stabbing of her ex-boyfriend and manager Jerry Fisher, fortunately for her, Jerry dropped the charges, and she was free to go.

    

    Full Name Joey Heatherton
    Net Worth $5 Million
    Date Of Birth September 14, 1944
    Place Of Birth Rockville Centre, Long Island, New York, USA
    Height 5′ 5″ (1.65 m)
    Profession Actress, Soundtrack
    Education The Saint Agnes School
    Nationality American
    Spouse Lance Rentzel (m. 1969–1972)
    Parents Ray Heatherton, Davenie Ross Watson
    Siblings Dick Heatherton
    IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0372758/
    Allmusic http://www.allmusic.com/artist/joey-heatherton-mn0001511874
    Nominations Golden Globe Award for Best New Star of the Year – Actress
    Movies Cry-Baby, The Perils of P.K., The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington, Bluebeard, The Ballad of Andy Crocker, My Blood Runs Cold, Where Love Has Gone, Twilight of Honor
    TV Shows I Spy, The Nurses, Breaking Point, The Jackie Gleason Show, Channing, Joey and Dad
    # Fact
    1 On July 8, 1985, she was arrested at the US Passport Office in New York City for assault and creating a disturbance. She arrived at the office to apply for a passport and demanded to be allowed to cut to the front of the line. When a clerk refused her demands, Heatherton allegedly began screaming and cursing and attacked the clerk, pulling her hair and knocking her down. Police were called and she was arrested.
    2 In May of 1986 she was charged by the Internal Revenue Service with income-tax evasion. for failure to pay almost $20,000 in back taxes dating back to 1977.
    3 On August 30, 1986, she was arrested in New York on charges of drug possession and felonious assault after allegedly trying to stab her boyfriend at his home during an argument. When police arrived they found white powder believed to be cocaine in her purse, and she was arrested.
    4 In mid-July 1985 she was arrested in New York City and charged with skipping out on a $4900 hotel bill in East Hampton, Long Island, NY.
    5 Was largely the basis for, and part namesake of, the “Lola Heatherton” character as played by Catherine O’Hara on SCTV (1976) and SCTV Network (1981).
    6 In the 1960s her brother, Dick Heatherton, was a disk jockey on WPOP in Hartford, Connecticut.
    7 Writing about a USO tour, Bob Hope described Joey and her costume as “nine feet of girl in four feet of leopard skin.”.
    8 Subject of Jill Sobule’s song “Joey” (2004).
    9 She had a brief, basically unsuccessful recording career, with a minor hit covering Ferlin Husky’s “Gone” in 1972.
    10 Joey Heatherton was the Mystery Guest on the November 7, 1965, episode of What’s My Line? (1950) Longtime panelist Dorothy Kilgallen, 52, was found dead just hours after the program aired live. Four years to the day after Dorothy’s death, Joey appeared as a guest in a “Color Honeymooners” episode of The Jackie Gleason Show (1966) which originally aired November 8, 1969.
    11 Father is Ray Heatherton
    12 Joey’s brother, Dick Heatherton, was a prominent radio disc jockey in New York, on CBS-FM in the 1970s and 1980s.

    Actress

    Title Year Status Character
    Reflections of Evil 2002 Serta Spokeswoman
    Cry-Baby 1990 Milton’s Mother
    The Perils of P.K. 1986
    The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington 1977 Xaviera Hollander
    Bluebeard 1972 Anne
    The Powder Room 1971 TV Movie
    Pat Paulsen’s Half a Comedy Hour 1970 TV Series Betty Lou
    Love, American Style 1970 TV Series Tippy (segment “Love and the Hitchhiker”)
    The Ballad of Andy Crocker 1969 TV Movie Lisa
    The Jackie Gleason Show 1969 TV Series Emily ‘Go Go’ Gogolak
    It Takes a Thief 1969 TV Series Dodie DuBois
    Of Mice and Men 1968 TV Movie Curly’s Wife
    I Spy 1966 TV Series Katie
    My Blood Runs Cold 1965 Julie Merriday
    Where Love Has Gone 1964 Danielle Valerie Miller
    Breaking Point 1964 TV Series Dory Costain
    Channing 1964 TV Series Lynn Walton
    Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre 1964 TV Series Cress
    The Doctors and the Nurses 1962-1963 TV Series Ellen Denby / Janet Clark
    Arrest and Trial 1963 TV Series Edith Hayes
    Mr. Novak 1963 TV Series Holly Metcalfe
    Twilight of Honor 1963 Laura Mae Brown
    The Virginian 1963 TV Series Gloria Blaine
    Route 66 1960 TV Series Karen Emerson

    Soundtrack

    Title Year Status Character
    The Sonny and Cher Show 1976 TV Series performer – 1 episode
    Klimbim 1973 TV Series performer – 1 episode
    This Is Tom Jones 1970 TV Series documentary performer – 1 episode
    Dean Martin Presents the Golddiggers TV Series 1 episode, 1968 performer – 2 episodes, 1968
    The Dean Martin Show 1967 TV Series performer – 1 episode
    Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall 1960 TV Series performer – 1 episode

    Self

    Title Year Status Character
    Klimbim 1973 TV Series Herself
    The Bobby Darin Show 1973 TV Series Herself – Guest
    Alan King in Las Vegas: Part I 1973 TV Movie Herself – Singer
    Jack Benny’s First Farewell Special 1973 TV Special Herself
    The Perry Como Winter Show 1972 TV Movie Herself
    New American Bandstand 1965 1972 TV Series Herself
    The 44th Annual Academy Awards 1972 TV Special Herself – Co-Presenter: Documentary Awards
    The Hollywood Squares 1972 TV Series Guest Appearance
    The Golddiggers 1971 TV Series Herself
    The Ed Sullivan Show 1970 TV Series Herself – Singer
    This Is Tom Jones 1969-1970 TV Series documentary Herself
    The Dean Martin Show 1965-1970 TV Series Herself
    The Merv Griffin Show 1970 TV Series Herself
    The Virginia Graham Show 1970 TV Series Herself
    The Tennessee Ernie Ford Special 1970 TV Movie Herself
    The Hollywood Palace 1964-1970 TV Series Herself – Singer / Dancer / Herself
    The John Davidson Show 1970 TV Series Herself
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1963-1969 TV Series Herself / Herself – Guest
    Dean Martin Presents the Golddiggers 1968 TV Series Herself
    The 20th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1968 TV Special Herself
    The Jerry Lewis Show 1967 TV Series Herself
    The Garry Moore Show 1966 TV Series Herself
    The Andy Williams Show 1966 TV Series Herself
    The Bob Hope Vietnam Christmas Show 1966 TV Special documentary Herself
    What’s My Line? 1965 TV Series Herself – Mystery Guest
    Hullabaloo 1965 TV Series Herself – Dancer – Musician
    Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall 1960-1961 TV Series Herself / Herself – Singer
    Laverne & Shirley 1981 TV Series Herself
    Bonkers! 1979 TV Series Herself
    Circus of the Stars 1977 TV Special documentary Herself – Performer
    Doug Henning’s World of Magic 1976 TV Special Herself – Special Guest
    The Sonny and Cher Show 1976 TV Series Herself / Various Characters
    The Mike Douglas Show 1971-1976 TV Series Herself – Co-Host / Dancer / Herself – Vocalist / …
    Joey & Dad 1975 TV Series Herself
    Dinah! 1975 TV Series Herself
    The Sonny Comedy Revue 1974 TV Series Herself
    Old Faithful 1973 TV Movie Herself
    The Bob Hope Show 1965-1973 TV Series Herself – Guest / Herself
    NBC Follies 1973 TV Series Herself

    Nominated Awards

    Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
    1966 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards New Faces, Female 13th place.
    1964 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Most Promising Newcomer – Female Twilight of Honor (1963)
    1964 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Top Female New Face 14th place.

    Known for movies

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