Barry Coe Bio, Affair, Married, Wife, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Salary, Age, Nationality


Relationship Facts of Barry Coe

  • Barry Coe is married to Jorunn Kristiansen Coe.
  • He is father of One (William Shea Coe).
  • Barry Coe is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • His sexual orientation is straight.

More about the relationship

Talking about his relationship, he is a married man. He dated Seven girls (Leslie Parrish, Barbara Eden, June Blair, Venetia Stevenson,  Jill St. John, Nina Shipman, Jorunn Kristiansen Coe). He was in a relationship with Leslie Parrish on 1955 but they broke up. Similarly, he was in a relationship with Barbara Eden in 1956, but the relationship didn’t go well so they broke up. Likewise, he was in a relationship with June Blair on 1958 but they broke up.

Moreover, he was in a relationship he was in a relationship with Venetia Stevenson, who is an American actress, but the relationship didn’t go well so they broke up in 1959. Similarly, he was in a relationship with Jill St. John, who is also an American actress, but the relationship didn’t go well so they broke up in 1959.

Likewise, he was in a relationship with Nina Shipman, who is an American actress, the relationship didn’t go well so they decided to break up. Finally, he got married to Jorunn Kristiansen Coe in 1966. They have a child namely, William Shea Coe. They are living a happy life together with no sign of other marital affairs.

Who is Barry Coe?

Barry is an American actor. He has been featured in ABC’s Follow the Sun. Also, he has starred in the movies, House of BambooHow to Be Very, Very PopularOn the Threshold of Space, etc.

Barry Coe: Childhood, Education, and Family

Barry was born in  Los Angeles, California, the United States, on November 26, 1934, to parents Francis Elmer “Frank” Heacock and Jean Elizabeth Shea. Similarly, his birth name is Barry Clark Heacock. He belongs to American nationality and English ethnicity. His birth sign is Sagittarius. Talking about his education, the University of Southern California.

Barry Coe: Early Professional Career, Salary, and Net Worth

Talking about his profession, his early roles included appearances in House of Bamboo (1955). Whereas, he played Carroll Baker’s more age-appropriate boyfriend in But Not for Me at Paramount. Therefore, he had good support roles in One Foot in Hell (1960) with Alan Ladd and The Wizard of Baghdad (1961).

Despite some memorable episodes. Whereas he also appeared in a support role in Fox’s The 300 Spartans (1962), then guest starred in 1962 on the first episode of the fourth season of NBC’s Western series Bonanza.

Barry Coe
Caption: Barry Coe and Jayne Mansfield (Source: Wikipedia)

Likewise, he also portrayed ranch hand Clay Stafford, who reveals himself to be the “fifth” Cartwright, a half-brother to Little Joe (Michael Landon) via their mother Marie. Similarly, he has given the lead in a low budget independent film, A Letter to Nancy (1965). There isn’t any information regarding his salary and net worth.

Barry Coe: Lifetime Achievements and Awards

Talking about his lifetime achievements and awards, he won Golden Globe Awards for Most Promising Newcomer – Male for A Private’s Affair (1959). 

Barry Coe: Rumors and Controversy

There are no such controversy and rumors related to his professional and personal life. He is far from rumors and controversy.

Barry Coe: Description of Body Measurements

Barry’s hair color is black and his eye color is dark brown. His height, weight, shoe size etc are unknown.

Barry Coe: Social Media

He is not active on social media like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Reference (Wikipedia, IMDb,

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