Jean Hale was an American actress kow all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Movies
|Birthdate ( Age)||27 December 1938|
|Place of Birth||Salt Lake City, Utah, United States|
|Spouse/Partner||Dabney Coleman (m. 1961–1984)|
|Children||Quincy Coleman, Kelly Johns, Meghan Coleman, Randy Coleman|
|Parents||Stanton G. Hale|
|Education||University of Utah|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Jean Hale was an American actress.Jean Hale,tussled with James Coburn’s character in the spy spoof In Like Flint and portrayed the hatcheck-girl accomplice of David Wayne’s Mad Hatter on TV’s Batman, has died. She was 82.Hale died Aug. 3 of natural causes in Santa Monica, her family announced Monday.
Jean Hale with Husband and Children
In the early ’60s, Hale was spotted by Sandra Dee’s agent Len Luskin walking down Fifth Avenue in New York, and that led her to sign a seven-figure contract at 20th Century-Fox. She made her film debut in the 1963 horror film Violent Midnight.
Early Life and Family
Hale was born in Salt Lake City on Dec. 27, 1938, and raised in Darien, Connecticut. Her father, Stanton G. Hale, was a major corporate leader of Mormon heritage, and great-grandfather Solomon Hale owned a ranch with Brigham Young.She attended the University of Utah, where she majored in ballet, and then Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York.
Hale modeled for the Conover Agency and the Huntington Hartford Agency and studied at the Neighborhood Playhouse, where she learned from Sydney Pollack and Martha Graham alongside such fellow students as Coleman, James Caan, Jerry Weintraub, Jessica Walter, Christopher Lloyd and Brenda Vaccaro.
Jean Hale Husband
Jean Hale was married to Emmy winner Dabney Coleman — the two met while studying acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York — from 1961 until their 1984 divorce.
Jean Hale Net Worth
Jean Hale was an American actress led her to sign a seven-figure contract at 20th Century-Fox has an estimated Net Worth around $2 Million in 2021.
In films, Hale played Miriam Stark in Taggart (1964), Cheryl Barker in The Oscar (1966), Myrtle in The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre (1967) and Lisa in In Like Flint (1967). She also appeared in several television shows in the 1960s. She made two 1965 appearances on Perry Mason; in both roles she played Perry’s client: Reggie Lansfield in “The Case of the Murderous Mermaid,” (Season 8, Episode 23) and Carla Chaney in “The Case of the Laughing Lady.”
Other television appearances include The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, Batman, Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, Bonanza, The Fugitive, Hawaii Five-O, McHale’s Navy, My Favorite Martian (“The Atom Misers”, air date 12/15/63), The Men From Shiloh in 1971, Hogan’s Heroes, and The Wild Wild West.
In the Fox CinemaScope film In Like Flint (1967), Hale’s Lisa Norton works for an organization made up of female business executives who brainwash women (through the use of salon hairdryers that transmit subliminal messages!) into trying to overthrow the male-dominated world. Coburn’s superspy Derek Flint attempts to stop them.
Also in 1967, Hale showed up as the moll Polly, who helps the evil Mad Hatter in his effort to steal Batman’s cowl for his collection, in the season-two two-parter “The Contaminated Cowl” and “The Mad Hatter Runs Afoul” on ABC’s Batman.