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Antony Starr’s Biography – aka Homelander on ‘The Boys’



• New Zealand actor known for "Outrageous Fortune" and "The Boys"
• Born in 1975 and raised in New Zealand
• Trained in Meisner Technique of Acting from 2000 to 2004
• Played various roles in TV series and films, including "Xena: Warrior Princess," "Mercy Peak," "Banshee," "The World's Fastest Indian," and "After the Waterfall"
• Received awards and critical acclaim for performances
• Net worth estimated at $800,000

Antony Starr is an actor from New Zealand, who gained popularity and critical acclaim for playing the dual role of identical twins, Van and Jethro West, in the family drama-comedy series, “Outrageous Fortune” (2005-2010), and who became even more famous for his superhero role as Homelander in the web television series “The Boys” (2019).

Early life and family

Antony Starr was born on 25 October 1975, in New Zealand, where he was raised. Not much is said about his family, except that in an interview, he said that they are still living in NZ.

Education background

No information is available about his education, except that he went to school but left for unknown reason. He briefly did at one time want to become a cop, but he really didn’t have a particular goal in mind.

Antony took acting classes at night at Unitec in Auckland, and also attended the Maura Fay Workshops in 1995-1996. Maura Fay was one of the leading casting directors in Australia, who discovered future Hollywood star Heath Ledger. Antony continued to hone his skills as an actor by attending workshops given by director-producer Vicky Yiannoutsos (1997-2000) and by actress turned acting tutor and casting director Maggie Maxwell (2000). Then from 2000 to 2004, he trained in the Meisner Technique of Acting under Michael Saccente, an actor and renowned graduate of Sanford Meisner’s Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre in New York.


First steps

Starr accepted commercial gigs and bit roles to make ends meet.


His experience in acting started by playing small roles in the American fantasy-adventure series, “Xena: Warrior Princess,” that was filmed on location in New Zealand. He played the character Messa in the “Hooves and Harlots” episode in 1995. then David in “The Giant Killer” episode in 1996. He also appeared in a minor role as Craig on primetime television in New Zealand, in the medical soap drama “Shortland Street” in 1996, that had its first broadcast in May 1992 and is still ongoing.

He was given a recurring guest lead role as one of the good‑for‑nothing white trash Van der Velter brothers named Todd in the drama, “Mercy Peak,” for 21 episodes throughout its three seasons (2001-2003).

He then returned to “Shortland Street” for a recurring role as Stratford Wilson (2000-2002), and the following year he was given a lead role in the television film, “Skin and Bone.” It was said to be a physically demanding role, as the cast did the rugby scenes in freezing conditions up until two in the morning.

Further success


“Outrageous Fortune”

His biggest break came in 2005, when he auditioned for and landed the role of the identical twins, Van and Jethro West, in what became one of New Zealand’s longest-running TV series, “Outrageous Fortune.” One of the series’ creators, Rachel Lang, happened to be the co-creator of “Mercy Peak” in which Antony had a recurring role.


She said she wanted a funnier and bolder take on the white trash family she created for “Mercy Peak” and that she was thinking about why mothers weren’t turning to a life of crime given that they generally had a low median income in NZ. Lang along with writer James Griffin set about creating the concept for this show with this in mind.

The story revolved around the West family following the imprisonment of the patriarch, Wolf West (Grant Bowler), which led to the decision of the matriarch, Cheryl (Robyn Malcom), to have her family live as law-abiding citizens. Starr had a dual role playing the twins – one was dim-witted and laidback, while the other one was a cunning lawyer. His performance earned him his first Best Actor Award in 2005 from Qantas Film & TV Awards.

It was followed by several more awards from various bodies, including the Air NZ Screen Awards, TV Guide Best on the Box, and Pan Asian Awards in Singapore from 2007 to 2010. He was also the Best Actor Finalist at the Seoul International Drama Awards in 2009.

The series had a successful run from 2005 to 2010, for six seasons with 107 episodes. Interestingly, every episode’s name was taken from Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”, because James Griffin said that like “Hamlet,” the show was about family. Its international broadcast included Australia, US, UK and Canada. Its prequel, “Westside,” is also a hit, with the sixth and final season approved in July 2019.


Antony has been cast in several lead roles in TV series and TV movie,s including the drama based on a true story from 1942, “Spies and Lies” (2010), which earned him the Best Performance by an Actor Award from the New Zealand Film and TV Awards; the police procedural drama series, “Rush” (2011), which he joined for its fourth and final season; and the Australian drama series, “Tricky Business” (2012).


Starr was cast in the starring role of a master thief, who after his release from 15 years in prison, assumed the identity of the sheriff, Lucas Hood, in the small Amish town of Banshee. In its first season, “Banshee” received generally positive reviews and achieved Cinemax’s highest ratings for an original series at that time. It ran for four seasons (2013-2016) with 38 episodes.

One of its executive producers, Allan Ball, was the creator of the hit HBO series, “Six Feet Under” and “True Blood.”

Antony split his lip open in a fight choreography that went wrong during the first day of shooting for “Banshee.” He had to continue filming for six hours before receiving treatment at the hospital. It was said that he also sustained torn hamstrings and a busted elbow by the end of the filming. Post-production for the first episode took a long time, as they had to digitally remove the injury from scenes that were filmed after the incident, but were set before the fight scene.

“The Boys”

In 2018, it was announced that Starr was cast to play the superhero, Homelander, in the action-drama series “The Boys.”


This series from Amazon Prime Video was based on the comic book series of the same name, and was developed by Eric Kripke, who’s also one of the executive producers. Kripke was also the creator and executive producer of The WB/The CW hit urban fantasy series, “Supernatural.”

The story is set in a world where superheroes are known by the public, and owned by a corporation that manages them and sells their services. Starr’s character is that of a superhero whose public persona is good, but who cares very little about other people, and is actually evil.

Its first season of eight episodes was aired from July 2019, and was received well by critics and viewers. According to Amazon, it surpassed their expectations and became one of their most watched original series.

Nielsen reported that it had eight million viewers on the first 10 days of its release. Even before the series premiered, Amazon announced that it was renewed for a second season.


Antony has starred in more than a handful of movies, including “In My Father’s Den,” which won the Fipresci Prize at the 2004 Toronto International Film Festival, and became the 7th highest‑grossing film in NZ for that year. He was featured in the Anthony Hopkins-starring “The World’s Fastest Indian,” released in 2005 to positive reviews, and which became New Zealand’s third highest‑grossing local film of all time. Unfortunately, he didn’t have speaking parts with the Academy Award‑winner Hopkins.

His first starring role was in the drama “After the Waterfall” (2010), which received several nominations including the Best Lead Actor in a Feature Film for Starr at the 2011 Aotearoa Film and TV Awards (AFTA).

In 2012, he was cast in the role of Jeremy King in the mystery-drama, “Wish You Were Here,” and his performance earned him the Best Supporting Actor Award at the 2nd AACTA Awards (Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts), and at the 2013 FCCA Awards (Film Critics Circle of Australia).


Antony’s participated in a few stage productions such as “Closer” (2004) in Silo Theater, Auckland, in which he played the lead role of Dan.

This play was written by Patrick Marber, and premiered at the Royal National Theatre in London in 1997, and Broadway (1999). Its film adaptation was in 2004 starring Julia Roberts, Jude Law, Natalie Portman, and Clive Owen, who played the role of Dan both in the film and in the original stage production.

Other plays he appeared in include “Sex with Strangers” (2004) and “Bare” (2015).

Personal life

Starr is 44 years old and currently single. He had a girlfriend back when he was doing “Banshee” – he’s said that his girlfriend didn’t like watching his fight scenes.

He reportedly dated and may still be in a relationship with Lucy Mclay, who worked in the costume and wardrobe department on several of his projects, including “Outrageous Fortune,” “Without a Paddle,” and “Mercy Peak.”

Interesting facts and rumors

  • He played a lot of sports in his youth, including swimming, tennis and soccer.
  • Starr knows basic Indonesian, Spanish and Norwegian. He can also speak with different accents such as Scottish, Irish, English and New York.
  • He did karate and martial arts for eight years when he was younger.
  • Antony said that one time when he was working at a supermarket at age 15, ‘he knocked over a stack of coffee cups’ and in his anger, he threw one on the wall which rebounded and hit him on his head and left a scar.
  • He said he used to do a lot of backflips but ended up banging his head often so he stopped doing it.


He is 5ft 11ins. (1.8m) tall and weighs 165lbs (75kgs). He has dark brown hair and blue eyes.

Net worth

Sources estimate that his net worth is around $800,000, as of May 2020.

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Scarlett Estevez’s Biography – Parents, Age, Family, Net Worth



Who is Scarlett Estevez?

Scarlett Estevez is an American child actress, who has already taken show business by storm. She is best known as Megan in the films “Daddy’s Home” (2015), and “Daddy’s Home 2” (2017), while she’s also showcased her acting skills as Trixie Espinoza in the TV fantasy comedy-drama series “Lucifer”.

Scarlett Estevez’ Biography- Age, Childhood, and Education

Scarlett Estevez was born on the 4th December 2007, in Los Angeles, California USA; she is the middle child – her brother is Ben, and sister, Eloise – daughter of Anthony Estevez and his wife Samantha Estevez, nee Weil, who also tried herself as an actress in the past, and appeared in one episode of the cult TV drama series “Gilmore Girls” in 2003. Scarlett is the niece of the famous actress Liza Weil, who is known as Paris Geller in the TV series “Gilmore Girls”, among other roles.


Surrounded by such people from show business, it was probably just a question of time before Scarlett’s career begin.

Baby Steps Into Acting

When she was still a baby her parents got her a few modeling gigs, and when she turned three, she started making appearances in commercials. Her first commercial was for Porsche and they continued, with Scarlett slowly taking her first steps into modeling.

She was feeling that acting was her true calling, and made her acting debut with a minor role in the TV series “Redeeming Dave” (2012), while in 2013 she was Young Ashley in the short film “The Magic Bracelet” – the film was a project for the Make-A-Film Foundation, and she received positive reviews. Young Scarlet continued in the same year by co-starring in the drama film “And Then There Was You”, with Garcelle Beauvais and Leon.

Rise to Prominence

Scarlett has improved further and appeared in the short film “The Massively Mixed-Up Middle School Mystery” (2015).


The same year, Scarlett became very popular with the role of Megan in the comedy film “Daddy’s Home”, attracting a Young Entertainer Award nomination in the category for Best Supporting Young Actress – Feature Film. She was very busy in that year, as she was selected for the part of Trixie Espinoza in the TV fantasy drama series “Lucifer” which ran through 2020, and a regular in the show next to the main stars Tom Elli, Lauren German, and Kevin Alejandro. Also in 2015, Scarlett was selected for the voice of Louise in the animated TV series “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie”, while in 2017 she repeated the role of Megan in “Daddy’s Home 2”, which again earned her a nomination for the Young Entertainer Award in the same category as the first film.

Most Recent Endeavors

Now a star, Scarlett in 2018 was the voice of Izzy in the animated film “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch”. Most recently, Scarlett has successfully continued her career, as she was selected for the part of Gwen Flores in the TV comedy series “Bunk’d”, and so far has appeared in 25 episodes of the award winning series.

Scarlett Estevez Net Worth, Height, Weight, Appearance

Scarlett is just 12 years old but has already gained recognition in Hollywood. With her work, her wealth has increased, and according to sources, Scarlett Estevez’s net worth is as high as $800,000 as of early 2020.


Scarlett Estevez is still a child and is yet to develop, so currently stands at 4ft 7ins (1.39m) tall, while according to last reports, Scarlett weighs approximately 77lbs ~ 35kgs, and has a slim body. She has brown hair and brown eyes..

Scarlett Estevez Personal Life, Dating, Does She Have a Boyfriend, Single?

The media has created several buzzes about Scarlett’s personal endeavors, but she has remained out of the picture when it comes to these rumors. She has been linked romantically to her “Daddy’s Home” co-star, Owen Vaccaro, but the two are nothing but great friends which started way before the film, and have since only got closer.

Owen has often shared pictures of the two on Instagram, which gave birth to rumors about a romantic relationship, but at the age of 12 this only remains a friendship. Scarlett is single and focused on her career.

News, Facts, and Influence

Scarlett is currently working on the fifth season of the popular fantasy-drama series “Lucifer”, which is scheduled for a premiere in spring or summer 2020. There is no exact date set for the show’s premiere, but it is expected to be around May 2020.


In a recent interview, Scarlett was asked about her future plans and career, and has said that she has a few projects in mind, but that she can’t tell more about them at the time, and ended the interview with the statement, hopefully soon.

Although her career is on-going and wildly successful, she has been attending regular school and is currently in the sixth grade.

Scarlett has inspired a lot of other young girls who want to become actors, and has shared some of her moments with fans on her Instagram page.

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Who is ‘A.N.T. Farm’ star – Jake Short? Age, Height, Girlfriend



Jake Short Wiki- Age, Childhood, and Education

Born as Jacob Patrick Short on the 30th May 1997, in Indianapolis, Indiana USA, he is the son of James Kramer Short, a doctor, and his wife Kimberly Kennan Hankins Short. He is the second child in the family of four siblings, with an older brother, Austin James Short, and younger sisters, Gillian Marie and Jessilyn Kimberly Short, the latter an actress as well. He went to Heritage Christian School, and from an early age, Jake started displayed an interest in the performing arts, especially acting, but also in music. As a result, he made a few appearances in commercials, before making his acting debut.

First Acting Roles

As a youngster, Jake made his debut portraying child Daniel in the biopic film “Anna Nicole” in 2007, about the life and the untimely death of the famous model and actress. Jake continued with minor roles, such as Kenny Coffey in the TV series “Zeke and Luther” (2009), though the same year he got lucky and was cast in one of the main roles in the fantasy comedy film “Shorts”, co-starring Jimmy Bennett, James Spader, and Kat Dennings.

Rise to Stardom

In 2011, Jake’s luck smiled upon him again, as he was selected for the role of Fletcher Quimby in the TV series “A.N.T. Farm”.


This would become one of his major roles, and the first one for which he received positive reviews, appearing in all 62 episodes of the award-winning series between 2011 and 2014, alongside other stars of the show, which includes China Anne McClain, Sierra McCormick, and Stefanie Scott. Jake earned a couple of nominations, such as for the Kid’s Choice Award in the category for Favorite TV Actor, but the award didn’t end up in his hands.

He continued his career quite successfully with the role of Oliver in the TV comedy sci-fi series “Mighty Med” (2013-2015), in which he starred with Bradly Steven Perry and Paris Berelc.

He repeated the role of Oliver in the spin-off series “Lab Rats: Elite Force” (2016), teaming up again with Bradly Steven Perry and Paris Berelc. However, the series only had one season.

Recent Endeavors

In recent endeavors, Jake has had several noteworthy roles – in 2018 he portrayed Fig in the TV comedy series “All Night”, starring alongside Brec Bassinger, Tetona Jackson, and Jenn McAllister. Then he starred in the romantic comedy film “#Roxy” with Sarah Fisher and Booboo Stewart, while in 2019 he featured in the thriller film “Confessional”.


Jake is now working on several projects, including the films “This Is the Year”, in which he will play Mikey, and he’ll also portray Neil in the film “SuperCool”. Both films are in post-production and are still awaiting release dates.

To speak of his other enterprises, Jake has tried himself as a filmmaker; back in 2013 he wrote, directed and produced the short crime-drama film “Unraveled”, casting Ryan Chadwell, Cindy Gilpen, and Brooks Price as the main stars of the film. Unfortunately, the film didn’t receive any major acclaim, and for now it is Jake’s only effort diverged from acting.

Jake Short Net Worth, Height, Weight, and Appearance

Jake has made a number of successful appearances in his young career, which have all contributed to his wealth. According to reports, Jake Short’s net worth is as high as $3 million, as of early 2020.

Jake Short stands at 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall, while he weighs approximately 145lbs ~ 66kgs; his vital statistics are unknown but he has an athletic build. Jake is recognized for his short neat haircut – his hair is dark brown, and he has blue eyes.


Jake Short Personal Life, Dating, Girlfriend, Is He Gay?

Jake has aroused some unsupported rumors of him being gay, however, those are just rumors and he has been seen with several females since emerging in show business. His first high-profile relationship was with his co-star from “A.N.T. Farm” China Anne McClain; their romance lasted from 2012 to 2013. After their break-up, he began a romance with another co-star from the same show, Sierra McCormick. However, this relationship lasted only from February to July 2014. Jake continued to search for happiness within the cast of “A.N.T. Farm”, as he started dating Piper Curda, but this was again a short flame as it lasted only from March to September 2015.

In 2016 he dated Paris Berelc for a short time, before he started a relationship with actress Alexxis Lemire in June 2016, which is apparently still going strong – Alexxis also appeared in the series “Lab Rats: Elite Force” (2016), and since then in several television films, such as the horror mystery-thriller film “Truth or Dare” (2017) and the thriller film “The Art of Murder” (2018), among other projects.

Jake Short Facts, Trivia

In addition to acting, Jake has also taken and interest in martial arts, and is trained by Mike Chad. Furthermore, Jake has been a part of the musical group Counting Dayz.


He is known for his charity work, and has been involved with several fundraising campaigns. Jake is a dog lover, and has adopted a dog which he named Skipper from the Glendale Humane Society.

Jake Short is an American actor, who achieved stardom with the role of Fletcher Quimby in the TV comedy-drama series “A.N.T. Farm” (2011-2014), and also as Oliver in the TV series “Mighty Med” (2013-2015). Most recently he portrayed Fig in the TV series “All Night”, which is yet another memorable role.

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The Rise and Fall of Joey Heatherton: What happened to her?



Who is Joey Heatherton?

American former actress, dancer and singer Davenie Johanna ‘Joey’ Heatherton was born in Rockville Centre, New York State USA, on 14 September 1944, making Virgo her zodiac sign. She appeared in 28 movies and TV series prior to retiring from acting in 1990, while she’s perhaps still remembered best for playing Milton’s Mother in the 1990 musical comedy movie “Cry-Baby”, written and directed by John Waters, and which starred Johnny Depp, Ricki Lake and Amy Locane; set in Baltimore in the 1950s, the film follows a bad boy who’s fallen for a good girl, while her boyfriend now wants to harm him.

Joey’s been staying away from the media’s attention since the ‘90s, and is today leading an apparently peaceful life at her home in Rockville Centre.

Education and early life

Joey and her brother Dick were raised in Rockville Centre, Nassau County by their mother Davenie who was a dancer, and father Ray Heatherton who was a famous Broadway actor, and was perhaps known best for starring in the children’s TV show “The Merry Mailman”; Dick was a successful disc jockey.

Joey was six when she began taking ballet lessons at Dixon McAfee School of Dance, while she eventually transitioned to modern jazz dance.

She became interested in acting mostly thanks to her father, as she often watched him perform in theatre plays; she was 15 when she made her debut TV series appearance, playing Karen Emerson in the 1960 episode “Three Sides” of the critically acclaimed crime adventure “Route 66” – Joey didn’t have other roles until she matriculated from Saint Agnes Academy in 1963. She hasn’t attended college.


Roles in TV series

Joey played Gloria Blaine in the 1963 episode “A Distant Fury” of the western “The Virginian”, while the same year saw her appear in the episode “To Break a Camel’s Back” of the drama “Mr. Novak” and the episode “Some Weeks Are All Mondays” of the crime drama “Arrest and Trial”.

In 1964, Joey appeared in an episode of three TV series: the adventure crime comedy “Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre”, the drama “Channing” and another drama “Breaking Point”. She portrayed Katie in two episodes (1966) of the popular action adventure comedy “I Spy”, which starred Robert Culp, Bill Cosby and Kenneth Tobey, and follows two intelligence agents who’ve gone undercover as a professional tennis player and his coach; the series aired from 1965 through 1968 and won five of its 28 award nominations. The remainder of the ‘60s saw Joey make a guest appearance in the musical comedy “The Jerry Lewis Show”, the action crime adventure “It Takes a Thief” and the musical comedy “The Jackie Gleason Show”.

The year 1970 saw her play Tippy in the episode “Love and the Hitchhiker” of the romantic comedy “Love, American Style” and Betty Lou in an episode of the comedy “Pat Paulsen’s Half a Comedy Hour”, and her only other TV series role in the ‘70s was portraying Waitress in a 1974 episode of the comedy “The New Candid Camera”, created by Allen Fun, who also starred in it, alongside Joey and John Bartholomew Tucker; it’s a weekly hidden camera show.

Joey had only one more TV series role prior to retiring, appearing in the 1981 episode “Night at the Awards” of the family comedy “Laverne & Shirley”.

Roles in movies

Joey’s debut film role was playing Laura Mae Brown in the 1963 crime drama “Twilight of Honor”, directed by Boris Sagal, and which starred Richard Chamberlain, Nick Adams and Claude Rains. It follows a young defense lawyer who’s been assigned a murder case which cannot be won, and the film was nominated for three awards, including two Oscars for Best Art Direction – Set Decoration, Black and White and Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Nick Adams).


Joey’s following roles were in the 1964 drama “Where Love Has Gone”, the 1965 mystery thriller “My Blood Runs Cold” and the 1968 drama “Of Mice and Men”, and the year 1969 saw her play the lead character Lisa in the drama “The Ballad of Andy Crocker”, which George McCowan directed, and which also starred Lee Majors and Jimmy Dean; it follows a Vietnam veteran who’s returned from war only to find out that his small business is failing, and that his girlfriend’s been forced into marrying another man.

Joey’s film roles in the ‘70s were in the 1972 crime thriller “Bluebeard”, the 1973 musical “Old Faithful”, and the 1977 comedy “The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington”.

The ‘80s saw her appear in only a single movie: the 1986 comedy “The Perils of P. K.”, which follows a former film star who’s now working at a Las Vegas nightclub as a stripper.

Joey’s only other film role prior to retiring was in the above mentioned “Cry-Baby”, but she made a brief comeback in 2002, when cast to play Serta Spokesperson in the fantasy comedy “Reflections of Evil”, written and directed by Damon Packard, who also starred in it, alongside Nicole Vanderhoff and Beverly Miller. It follows Julie who died from a drug overdose as a teenager in the 1970s, and is now searching as a ghost for her brother Bob who’s about to die from sucrose intolerance; the film won a 2003 Fantasia Ground-Breaker Award.

Other works

Joey sang songs in nine TV series and movies, including in the series “Klimbim” (1973), “The Sonny and Cher Show” (1976) and “Die Gimmicks” (1979).

Some of her final talk-show appearances were in “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” in 1977, “Bonkers!” in 1979 and “Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon” in 1982.

Joey posed nude for the magazine “Playboy” in 1997.

Awards and nominations

Joey was nominated for six awards: a 1964 Golden Globe for Most Promising Newcomer – Female, for her performance in “Twilight of Honor”, two Golden Laurel Awards for Top Female New Face in 1964 and 1966, and three Photoplay Awards for Favorite Variety Star in 1976, 1977 and 1978.


Love life and marriage

Joey rarely spoke about her love life in public, but it remains widely known that she was a married woman. She and American former professional Football Player Thomas Lance Rentzel married in a private ceremony on 12 April 1969, attended by not more than 150 people. Only a year later, Thomas was arrested for exposing himself to a 10-year-old girl, was given a suspended sentence and had to undergo psychiatric treatment. Joey filed for divorce in September 1971, and many of her fans believe that she never really recovered from the shock of Thomas’ actions.

She dated Jerry Fisher in the ‘80s, when he was also her manager; Joey was arrested for assaulting Jerry on 30 August 1986, as she used a steak knife to stab him in the hand, and was also charged with misdemeanor drug possession, as the police found less than a gram of cocaine in her purse. Jerry eventually dropped the assault charges, while the drug possession charge was also dropped.

Joey seems to be unattached as of May 2023, and was once married to Thomas Lance Rentzel.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Joey was arrested on 8 July 1985, after she pulled the hair of a clerk at the US Passport Office in New York City; she came to the office to apply for a passport, and became angry when she wasn’t allowed to skip the line. She was arrested in the same month for not paying a $5,000 hotel bill, while the year 1986 saw her arrested for income-tax evasion.

Joey’s singing career lasted for only a couple of years in the first half of the ‘70s, and her only successful song was her cover of Ferlin Husky’s “Gone”.

Jill Sobule’s 2004 song “Joey” is about her.

She’s mentioned in three episodes of the critically acclaimed crime mystery series “Monk”: “Mr. Monk and the Badge”, “Mr. Monk Joins a Cult” and “Mr. Monk and the Panic Room”.

Joey’s favorite actress is the late Marilyn Monroe, and some of her favorite movies include “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”, “Some Like It Hot” and “The Seven Year Itch”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Joey’s age is 78. Her hair’s blonde and eyes are blue, she’s 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall and weighs around 135lbs (61kgs).

Joey’s net worth’s been estimated at over $6 million, as of May 2023.

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