Joan Barclay Net Worth 2022

January 1, 2020

Joan Barclay Net Worth

How rich is Mary Elizabeth Greear? For this question we spent 5 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2022 year – is about $159,3 Million.



Mary Elizabeth Greear information Birth date: August 31, 1914, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States Death date: November 22, 2002, Palm Desert, California, United States Birth place: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA Height:5 4 (1.63 m) Profession:Actress Spouse:Leroy Hillman (m. 1945–1967), George Sullivan Children:Donna Hillman-Walsh, Lloyd Hillman

Height, Weight

:How tall is Joan Barclay – 1,61m.
How much weight is Joan Barclay – 51kg


Joan Barclay Net Worth
Joan Barclay Net Worth
Joan Barclay Net Worth
Joan Barclay Net Worth


Born Mary Elizabeth Greear, the actress best known as Joan Barclay came out to Hollywood when her mother, anxious to leave Minnesotas cold climate, put Florida and California in a hat and let young Mary Elizabeth draw. One of her earliest acting jobs was a role in The Gaucho (1927) with Douglas Fairbanks, who wanted to make her his next …
Biography,Early life and careerBarclay was born Mary Elizabeth Greear in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her family moved to California when she was still a child due to her mother wishing to escape the cold climate of the north. Moving to Hollywood to pursue acting, Barclay received her first role at the age of 12, which was credited with her billed as Geraine Greear, in the 1927 film The Gaucho, starring Douglas Fairbanks and Lupe Velez. It would be her only silent film. In 1930, still billed as Geraine Greear, she had a minor role in King of Jazz. From 1932–35 she would have thirteen uncredited film roles.Career in B-moviesIn 1936, her career changed for the better when she began starring in westerns opposite some of Hollywoods leading cowboy stars, including Tom Tyler, Hoot Gibson, and Tom Keene. Her first western starring role was opposite Tom Tyler in Ridin On, followed by Feud of the West alongside Hoot Gibson, Glory Trail with Tom Keene, and Men of the Plains with Rex Bell, all in 1936. That year she received roles in other B-movies that were not westerns as well, including the 1936 crime drama Prison Shadows, which starred Lucille Lund and Edward J. Nugent, and the action/adventure film Phantom Patrol starring opposite Kermit Maynard.From early 1936 to 1939, Barclay had both starring and supporting roles in a total of thirty five films, almost all of which were B-movies, many of which were westerns, serials, or cliffhangers. Most had her playing the role of the heroine opposite the films hero. During the latter part of the 1930s she starred alongside such cowboy stars as Slim Whitaker, Tim McCoy, Ben Corbett, Tex Fletcher, and also rejoined Edward J. Nugent in the 1937 adventure film Island Captives.Joan Barclay in Amateur Crook (1937)Later yearsBy 1940, Barclay was working steadily, averaging better than six films per year. From 1940 to 1945 she appeared in thirty four films. However, by 1943 she had begun receiving more and more uncredited roles, a trend which would only increase with time. In 1944 she appeared in six films, four of which were uncredited. In 1945, she starred in the Charlie Chan mystery The Shanghai Cobra. It would be her last film.


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