Joanna Pettet ( Alex Cord Wife ) is an English retired actress know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||16 November 1942|
|Place of Birth||Westminster, London, United Kingdom|
|Husband/Partner||Alex Cord (m. 1968; div. 1989)|
|Children||Damien Zachary Cord|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Profession||English retired actress|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Joanna Pettet is an English retired actress.Through the 1970s and 80s, Pettet also made appearances on the television series Banacek, McCloud, Mannix, Police Woman, Knight Rider, Tales of the Unexpected (the UK series) and Murder, She Wrote.
In 1984, she appeared as herself in a James Bond tribute episode of The Fall Guy alongside ex-Bond girls Britt Ekland and Lana Wood.
Early Life and Family
Pettet was born in Westminster, London.Her parents, Harold Nigel Edgerton Salmon, a British Royal Air Force pilot killed in the Second World War, and Cecily J. Tremaine, were married in Chelsea, London in 1940.After the war, her mother remarried and settled in Montréal,where young Joanna was adopted by her stepfather and assumed his surname of “Pettet”.When Pettet was 16, she moved to New York City.
Joanna Pettet Husband
Joanna Pettet marriage with Alex Cord (m. 1968; div. 1989). Alex Cord was an American actor, best known for his portrayal of Michael Coldsmith Briggs III.
Joanna Pettet Net Worth
Joanna Pettet is an English retired actress who has an estimated Net Worth of $1.5 Million.
Pettet studied with Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre,as well as at the Lincoln Center, and got her start on Broadway in such plays as Take Her, She’s Mine,The Chinese Prime Minister, and Poor Richard,with Alan Bates and Gene Hackman.
Beginning in 1964 with an episode of Route 66, she began making guest appearances in several US dramatic television series of the mid-sixties, including The Doctors, The Nurses, The Trials of O’Brien, The Fugitive, A Man Called Shenandoah, and Dr. Kildare.
In 1966 she was cast in writer/producer Sidney Buchman’s 1966 adaptation of Mary McCarthy’s novel The Group. The success of that film launched a film career that included roles in The Night of the Generals (1967), as Mata Bond in the James Bond spoof Casino Royale (1967), Peter Yates’s Robbery (1967) with Stanley Baker, Blue (1968) with Terence Stamp, and the Victorian period comedy The Best House in London (1969).
In the 1970s her feature film appearances became sporadic and included roles in the cult horror films Welcome to Arrow Beach (1974) and The Evil (1978). Pettet re-emerged as the star of over a dozen made-for-television movies, including The Weekend Nun (1972), Footsteps (1972), Pioneer Woman (1973), A Cry in the Wilderness (1974), The Desperate Miles (1975), The Hancocks (1976), Sex and the Married Woman (1977), Cry of the Innocent (1980) with Rod Taylor, and The Return of Frank Cannon (1980).
She guest-starred four times on the classic Rod Serling anthology series Night Gallery, appearance alongside her then-husband Alex Cord in the episode “Keep in Touch – We’ll Think of Something”. She starred in the NBC miniseries Captains and the Kings (1976), starred in the episode “You’re Not Alone” from the 1977 NBC anthology series Quinn Martin’s Tales of the Unexpected (known in the United Kingdom as Twist in the Tale), was a guest on both Fantasy Island and The Love Boat (appearing three times on each series), and had a recurring role on Knots Landing in 1983 as Janet Baines, an LAPD homicide detective investigating the murder of singer Ciji Dunne (played by Lisa Hartman).
Through the 1970s and 80s, Pettet also made appearances on the television series Banacek, McCloud, Mannix, Police Woman, Knight Rider, Tales of the Unexpected (the UK series) and Murder, She Wrote. In 1984, she appeared as herself in a James Bond tribute episode of The Fall Guy alongside ex-Bond girls Britt Ekland and Lana Wood.Her final role was in the 1990 thriller Terror in Paradise, after which she retired from acting, still in her forties.