Facts of Julie Payne
|Full Name:||Julie Payne|
|Age:||79 years 0 months|
|Birth Date:||July 10, 1940|
|Birth Place:||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Father's Name:||John Payne|
|Mother's Name:||Anne Shirley|
Relationship Statistics of Julie Payne
|What is Julie Payne marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Divorce|
|How many children does Julie Payne have ? (name):||One(Katharine Towne)|
|Is Julie Payne having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Julie Payne lesbian ?:||No|
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Julie Payne is a married woman and divorced twice. She was first married to Skip Ward on 12 November 1964 and divorced on September 28, 1965.
On November 1977, after a decade, Julie was in the news as a result of her marriage to Academy Award-winning screenwriter Robert. The couple also has one daughter, born in 1978. Her name is Katharine Towne. She is also an actress and she began her career in 1998 and has appeared in numerous films and TV series.
The couple divorced 1982. Julie Payne died of cancer on 15th June 2016, leaving a daughter from her former marriage.
Who is Julie Payne?
Julie Payne was an American actress whose career in Television and Films lasted from 1959 to 1967. She was an actress, known for Island of the Blue Dolphins (1964), Don’t Make Waves (1967) and the Manchurian Candidate (1962).
Julie Payne: Birth Facts, Family, and Childhood
Julie Payne was born was on July 17th, 1951 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Her birth name was Julie Anne Payne. Julie was a daughter of John Payne(father) and Anne Shirley(mother). Her parents were actors and her father was also film and television leading man of the 1930s, 1940s. She has a sister, Kathleen Hope Payne and two brothers: Daniel Lederer and Thomas John Payne.
Her mother was the leading lady of the late 1930s and early 1940’s. Her parents were married from 1937 to 1943 and Julie is the only child of them.
Julie Payne: Education History
Talking about Julie’s educational background, she attended the local school. There is no information about which college she attended.
Julie Payne’s Career, Salary, and Net Worth
Starting an eight-year television and film career, she made her debut at the age of 18 as the sole female in “The Pawn”,, the April 6, 1959, installment of her father’s 1957-59 NBC series, The Restless Gun, and subsequently appeared in episodes of One Step Beyond (“Premonition”, seen on March 10, 1959), The Tab Hunter Show (“I Love a Marine”, October 30, 1960) and Dobie Gillis (Goodbye, Mr. Pomfritt, Hello, Mr. Chips, June 13, 1961).
Julie Payne film appearances consist of uncredited bits in the 1962 classic, The Manchurian Candidate and Elvis Presley’s 1965 musical, Girl Happy, as well as small credited supporting roles in 1964’s Island of the Blue Dolphins and 1967’s Don’t Make Waves. Her final two television performances were broadcast two days apart in 1965. On October 6, she was in “The Young Marauders”, the fourth episode of ABC’s new color western series, The big Valley, playing the Southern-accented companion of the handsome head marauder, and on October 8, in “The Night of Sudden Death”, the fourth episode of CBS’ new black-and-white (in color, starting with the 1966-67 season) western/spy/fantasy series, The Wild Wild West. Playing a fiery and seductive member of a mysterious troupe of traveling circus performers, she was prominently featured amidst the supporting cast and left the small screen on a high note.
Following a two-year pause, her one remaining credit, Don’t Make Waves, a comedic satire on Southern California beach lifestyle, which starred Tony Curtis, Claudia Cardinale, and Sharon Tate spotlighted her in a brief bit as a beach beauty.
Julie Payne: Rumors and Controversy
Julie Payne has not been in such rumors and controversies till dated she has been very open true to everything.
Julie Payne: Body Measurements
She has blonde hair color and her eye color is hazel. There is no information about her height and body weight.
Social Media Profile
She is not active on social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.