Conrad Janis Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Biography

Conrad Janis Family

Conrad Janis was an American jazz trombonist and actor has a Net Worth of $15 Million know all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Biography in this article

Conrad Janis Biography

Conrad Janis was an actor and jazz trombone from the United States. He was most known for playing Frederick McConnell, Mindy McConnell’s father, in the television show Mork & Mindy.During the late 1970s, he formed the Beverly Hills Unlisted Jazz Band, which appeared multiple times on the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and gave eight sold-out performances at Carnegie Hall.

Conrad Janis Family, Parents

Janis was born on February 11, 1928, in Manhattan, New York City. Sidney, his father, was an art dealer and writer, and Harriet, his mother, was also a writer. Carroll was his only sibling. At the age of 13, Janis successfully auditioned for a travelling company and spent the following two years with them. During this time, he also began doing radio voice work.

Conrad Janis Wife

Janis’s first marriage was to Vicki Quarles. Together, they had two children: Christopher and Carin. They eventually divorced. His second marriage to Ronda Copland also ended in divorce. Janis married his third wife, Maria Grimm, in 1987. They remained married until her death in September 2021. Janis died on March 1, 2022, in Los Angeles. He was 94 years old.

Conrad Janis Net Worth

Conrad Janis has an estimated Net Worth around $15 Million in 2022. He earns a good fortune from her hard work  hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Conrad Janis Career

Janis secured a role in the play “The Dark of the Moon” during its pre-Broadway run, in which he was spotted by a Hollywood talent scout. He stayed with the production when it ran in New York, consequently making his Broadway debut in March 1945. He then made his film debut later that year as Ronald Stevens in the film Snafu.He then played “Johnikins” in Margie (1946) with Jeanne Crain. He starred in the film noir The Brasher Doubloon with George Montgomery the following year.

Janis’s work on television included starring in “Fit to Kill” on The Web on November 19, 1950.He played eldest son Edward on the sitcom Bonino in 1953. He subsequently appeared in an episode of Get Smart as a KAOS agent; guest-starred as a dance marathon emcee on The Golden Girls; and appeared in the sci-fi sitcoms Quark and Mork and Mindy. He also featured in The Buddy Holly Story and the Goldie Hawn / George Segal comedy The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox.Janis made a brief appearance as himself in the jazz bar scene from Nothing in Common.

Janis was a longtime advocate of traditional jazz. He assembled a band of aging jazz greats in 1949 (“all of the guys that I idolized”), consisting of James P. Johnson (piano), Henry Goodwin (trumpet), Edmond Hall (clarinet), Pops Foster (bass), and Baby Dodds (drums), with himself on trombone.During the late 1970s, he formed the Beverly Hills Unlisted Jazz Band, which appeared multiple times on the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and gave eight sold-out performances at Carnegie Hall.

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