Julie Newmar Net Worth

November 19, 2023
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Born Julie Chalene Newmeyer on the 16th August 1933, in Los Angeles, California USA, she is an actress best known to the world for her roles in films “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers” (1954), “Mackenna`s Gold” (1969), and “Ghosts Can`t Do It” (1989). Julie has been an active member of the entertainment industry since 1952.

Have you ever wondered how rich Julie Newmar is, as of mid-2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Newmar`s net worth is as high as $5 million, an amount she has earned through her successful career in the entertainment industry.

Julie Newmar Net Worth $5 Million

Julie is of mixed ancestry; her father, Don, a German-American, was the head of the Physical Education Department at Los Angeles City College, while her mother, Helen, was half Swedish and half French, and a fashion designer. Since her early days, Julie studied dance, piano and classical ballet. She attended the John Marshal High School, from which she matriculated at 15 years of age – she has an I.Q. of 135. After high school she took a trip to Europe with her mother and brother, and upon return she enrolled at the UCLA, where she studied classical piano, philosophy and French.

Julie`s career began in the early 1950s, with roles in “Slaves Of Babylon” (1953) followed by the role as Dorcas in “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers” (1954). Before the 1950s ended she also appeared in “The Rookie” (1959), as Lili Marlene, and in the film “Li`l Abner” (1959), in the role of Stupefyin` Jones.

In the 1960s, Julie continued successfully, as she was selected for quite a number of notable roles, including as Katrin Sveg in “The Marriage-Go-Round” (1961), as Bonnie Brasher in “For Love Or Money” (1963) with Kirk Douglas and Mitzi Gaynor, “My Living Doll” (1964-1965) as Rhoda Miller, and as Catwoman in “Batman” (1965-1966), with Adam West as Batman. She was then cast in the film “The Maltese Bippy” (1969), with Dan Rowan and Dick Martin as leads. In the 1970s, her popularity faded, and she managed to secure only a few film roles, such as in “A Very Missing Person” (1972), “Fools, Females And Fun” (1974), and “Terraces” (1977), while other credits include one-time appearances in several TV series, in “Columbo” (1973), “The Wide World Of Mystery” (1975), and “The Bionic Woman” (1976), among others.

Her career continued with decline, but she landed roles in low-budget films such as “Hysterical” (1983), “High School U.S.A (1984), “Evils Of The Night” (1985), “Deep Space” (1988), and “Dance Academy” (1988). Before the 1980s ended, Julie appeared in the film “Ghosts Can`t Do It” (1989) with Bo Derek and Don Murray in lead roles, which was a complete disaster, receiving four Razzie Awards.

The next decade didn`t change much for Julie, as her career continued its free fall, with roles in such films as “Nudity Required” (1990), “Oblivion” (1994), and its sequel “Oblivion 2: Backlash” (1996), and “If… Dog… Rabbit” (1999).

In the 2000s, she didn`t much appear on TV; in 2006 she had a cameo appearance as herself in “According To Jim”, and she voiced Catwoman in the Batman video game “Batman: Arkham Knight” (2015), and will voice Catwoman again in the animated film “Batman: Return Of The Caped Crusaders”, once more with Adam West.

Julie also had an noted career on stage, which began with the part in “Silk Stockings” (1955), and continued successfully with parts in plays “Li`l Abner” (1956) and “The Marriage-Go-Round” (1958). Throughout her career, Julie continued to work in theatres and Broadway, and appeared in such productions as “Damn Yankees” (1961), “Stop The World- I Want To Get Off” (1963), “In The Boom Boom Room” (1982), among others, which only increased her net worth.

Regarding her personal life, Julie was married to J. Holt Smith from 1977 until 1984; the couple had a son together, who unfortunately was born with a hearing impairment and Down’s syndrome.

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