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Full Name  Joanna Barnes
Role  Actress
Occupation  Actress, writer
Education  Smith College
Years active  1956–2002
TV shows  The Trials of O'Brien
Name  Joanna Barnes

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Born  November 15, 1934 (age 81) (1934-11-15) Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Spouse  Jack Lionel Warner (m. 1980–2012), Lawrence Dobkin (m. 1962–1967)
Books  Silverwood, Deceivers, Pastora, Who is Carla Hart?
Movies  The Parent Trap, The War Wagon, Spartacus, Tarzan - the Ape Man, Auntie Mame
Similar People  Simon Kunz, Denny Miller, Brian Keith, David Swift, Lisa Ann Walter

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Joanna Barnes (born November 15, 1934) is an American actress and writer.

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Early years

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Barnes was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the daughter of John Pindar Barnes and Alice Weston Munch. She has two sisters, Alice and Judith.

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She attended Milton Academy and then Smith College, from which she graduated in 1956 as a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She majored in English. Barnes received the college's award for poetry, the immediate successor to Sylvia Plath for that recognition. Her research for a magazine article about making movies led to a career change to acting.

Television

Barnes' initial appearance on television was in the episode "The Man Who Beat Lupo" on Ford Theatre. She made guest appearances on many television series, including the ABC/Warner Bros. programs, 77 Sunset Strip and Maverick, CBS's Have Gun - Will Travel, What's My Line (11/28/1965), and the David Janssen crime drama, Richard Diamond, Private Detective.

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Barnes appeared as Kate Henniger, with Bing Russell and Arthur Space in the 1958 episode "Ghost Town" of the ABC/WB Western series, Colt .45, starring Wayde Preston. In 1959, she portrayed Lola in the NBC detective series, 21 Beacon Street.

In the 1960s, Barnes worked for producer Martin Ransohoff and appeared in episodes of his The Beverly Hillbillies (Elly Goes to School and The Clampett Look) and was billed as special guest-star. Barnes played Peter Falk's former wife on the 1965–1966 CBS series The Trials of O'Brien and was host of the ABC daytime talk show Dateline: Hollywood in 1967.

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She was also a frequent panelist in the early years of the syndicated version of What's My Line?. On December 19, 1972, Barnes appeared on The Merv Griffin Show with Joan Fontaine, Zsa Zsa Gabor and Dan Martino (founder of the Dan Martino School for Men).

Film

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Barnes moved to Los Angeles soon after finishing her education, and took up a contract with Columbia Pictures. She went on to have roles in more than 20 films.

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Among her most remembered roles is her portrayal of the dimwitted Gloria Upson in Auntie Mame (1958).

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Barnes became the 13th actress to play Jane when she appeared in Tarzan, the Ape Man (1959), opposite Denny Miller as Tarzan.

In Disney's original 1961 version of The Parent Trap starring Hayley Mills, Barnes played gold-digger Vicky Robinson, who temporarily comes between Maureen O'Hara and Brian Keith. In the 1998 remake starring Lindsay Lohan, she played Vicki Blake, the mother of the gold-digging girlfriend character.

In the 1960s, she appeared in The War Wagon, a lavish western movie starring John Wayne and Kirk Douglas.

Writing

Barnes was also a writer and columnist. In 1973, she told newspaper columnist Dick Kleiner that she liked writing because "it is something you do yourself. With acting, if you win an Oscar or an Emmy, you have to thank everybody. If you write a book it is completely your own."

She wrote a book, Starting from Scratch, about home decorating and several novels, including The Deceivers (1970), Who Is Carla Hart? (1973), Pastora (1980), and Silverwood (1985). She wrote a weekly book review for the Los Angeles Times, and her column, Touching Home, was carried by The Chicago Tribune and the New York News Syndicate.

Recognition

Barnes's performance in the film Auntie Mame as the snooty Gloria Upson earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination for "New Star of the Year".

Personal life

On April 30, 1955, Barnes married Richard Edward Herndon; they later divorced. On June 24, 1962, she married actor Lawrence Dobkin; they divorced on January 16, 1967. On October 1, 1980, she married Jack Lionel Warner. She has no children, but during her marriage to Dobkin, she was the stepmother of his daughter Deborah by his first wife, Frances Walker.

References

Joanna Barnes Wikipedia


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