Joyce Randolph Net Worth
How Much money Joyce Sirola has? For this question we spent 28 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 2019 year – is about $10 Million.
Joyce Sirola information Birth date: October 21, 1924 Birth place: Detroitbj voice in higan, U.S. Profession:Actress Spouse:Richard Lincoln Charles , son
:How tall is Joyce Randolph – 1,76m.
How much weight is Joyce Randolph – 86kg
Actress remembered for her portrayal of Trixie, wife of Ed Norton (played by Art Carney), in Jackie Gleasons long-running The Honeymooners TV series.
Biography,Early life and careerRandolph was born as Joyce Sirola in Detroit, Michigan, and moved to New York City in 1943 to pursue an acting career. She took roles on Broadway and landed various television roles.In 1951, she was seen in a Clorets commercial by Jackie Gleason and was asked to appear in a skit on Cavalcade of Stars, Gleasons variety show on the DuMont Television Network. Soon after, she was cast as Trixie in The Honeymooners. Several New York columnists referred to her as the Garbo of Detroit. “Thats still a mystery … I was a nobody in Detroit. Why Garbo? Well, she was Scandinavian — and so was I”, responded Randolph.The HoneymoonersRandolph is the last surviving member of the famous Honeymooners quartet, which included Jackie Gleason as Ralph Kramden, Art Carney as Ed Norton, Audrey Meadows as Alice Kramden (after replacing a blacklisted Pert Kelton), and Randolph as Trixie Norton.Randolph was not the very first Trixie Norton, Elaine Stritch appeared as a burlesque Trixie circa 1951 in Cavalcade of Stars, where the premise for The Honeymooners first took root. Stritch only played the role once and Randolph took over. Randolph had met her future Honeymooners co-star Meadows long before they did the television series, working together in a summer stock production of No, No, Nanette.In a September 2015 interview, Randolph said that she did not portray Trixie Norton in Honeymooners revivals due to personal and geographic reasons, in addition, Randolph stated that Gleason considered her to be the quintessential Trixie.Personal lifeRandolph married Richard Lincoln Charles, a wealthy marketing executive, on October 2, 1955, the day after The Honeymooners premiered. Richard Charles died in 1997 at age 74. Their son, Randolph Richard Charles (born 1960), is a marketing executive in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.She is the great-aunt of Major League Baseball pitcher Tim Redding.
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