Quick Facts of Julie Adams
- Full NameJulie Adams
- Date of Birth1926 /10 /17
- NicknameJulia Adams & Betty Adams
- Marital StatusMarried
- BirthplaceWaterloo, Iowa, U.S.
- Active Year1949–2011
- Eye colourBlue
- Hair colourBrown
- Spouse Leonard B. Stern(1951- 1953), Ray Danton (1954-1981)
- Height5 feet 5 inch
You might have heard from peoples that there are a lot of celebrities who served the film industry for more than forty or fifty years. And this article lies in the same category. Yes, you heard it correct today we will be talking about and American actress Julie Adams who gave her 62 years of her life to the film industry and still, she has successfully grabbed huge followers in her life.
Julie was married twice and has two children. She had a keen interest in acting which later resulted in her spending too much time in the movie industry. Therefore, she has earned a massive amount of net worth out of her successive career. So, if you want to know about her interesting and professional life then stay on our page and read the article until to the end.
Who is Julie Adams? Know Her Bio & Wiki
Julie Adams was born on October 17, 1926, in Waterloo, Iowa, the U.S with the birth sign Libra. She was raised in a middle-class family. So, with her family, she stayed eight years in Blytheville, Arkansas with a great deal. There is no information about her education and family.
Julie first worked as a part-time secretary. Then, she started her film career in B-movie westerns. At the age of 19, she got crowned as Miss Little Rock (1946). After that, she moved to Hollywood, California to pursue her acting career. However, she used her real name until 1949, after joining Universal Picture her named changed and became ‘Julia’ and sometimes ‘Julie’. She picked her name as ‘Julia’ but she was not satisfied with this name.
Her first movie role was less part in the movie, Red, Hot, and Blue (1949), in which she played a lead role of Lippert named western The Dalton Gang (1949). Adams was featured as the bathing beauty Kay Lawrence in 1954‘s classic science-fiction film Creature from the Black Lagoon and many more. Also, Julie wrote a book of her life and career with the help of his son Mitchell named The Lucky Southern Star.
Julie Adams’s Age, Body Measurement (Height & Weight)
Million Dollars Net Worth
Julie has earned an excellent amount throughout her long term profession. She had an estimated net worth of $2 million before she died. Julie had worked on several hit movies and television series. With such fortune, she must have enjoyed a rich and lavish lifestyle. However, the exact figure for her salary and remuneration is still a mystery.
Till 2011, Adams played many movies and it’s hard to count. However, some of them include Bend of the River, Creature from the Black Lagoon, The Dalton Gang, Red, Hot and Blue & many more. She was famous for many roles in the movie industry but mainly she rose to stardom through the role Paula Denning on Capitol and as Eve Simpson on Murder and She Wrote.
Further, the details about her house and cars are unavailable at the moment.
Who is Julie Adams Married to? Know her Husband & Children
The late actress was married to Leonard B. Stern in 1951. B. Stern was an American screenwriter. Their relationship wasn’t meant for a long time and they got divorced in 1953 after 2 years of marital life.
Later, Adams met her then-boyfriend Ray Danton and tied the knot in 1954. The relationship between them was good and they welcomed their first child in 1962 named Mitchell Danto and a second child who is also a boy named Steve Danton in 1956.
However, the couple divorced in 1981. Nevertheless, she was not involved in any sort of relationship after divorce and she spends the rest of her life a single till date on February 3, 2019.
Cause Of Death
The late star who was known for her small-screen role as Paula Denning on the 1980s soap opera Capitol dies at the age of 92. Julie died early Sunday morning in Los Angeles, California on February 3, 2019. She is survived by two of her children, Mitchell and Steve. Her ashes are buried in Malvern, Arkansas, at the Oak Ridge Cemetery.