Joy Harmon Net Worth

Joy Harmon was born on May 01, 1940 in  Flushing, New York, United States, is Actress, Miscellaneous Crew. Born in Flushing, New York, the impressively endowed Patty Jo Harmon was discovered as a guest on You Bet Your Life (1950) by Groucho Marx and later was invited to work with him on Tell It to Groucho (1962). The TV exposure parlayed into roles in such obscure films as Village of the Giants (1965) and more famous fare like Cool Hand Luke (1967), but she was used mostly for eye candy. With only a handful of television appearances to her name, she made a bigger career as a pin-up girl during the late 1960s and early 1970s, but she ultimately retired from acting to get married and start a family. Baking has always been a favorite pastime and she since started Aunt Joy's Cakes. She first started sharing her treats while working at Disney Studios and runs a wholesale bakery based in Burbank, California.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Miscellaneous Crew
Birth Day May 01, 1940
Birth Place  Flushing, New York, United States
Birth Sign Gemini
Years active 1956–1973
Known for Car washing girl in Cool Hand Luke
Spouse(s) Jeff Gourson (1968–2001); 3 children

💰 Net worth: $700,000

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Joy Patricia Harmon was born in Flushing, New York. She and her family moved to Connecticut in 1946. A Miss Connecticut, Harmon was a contestant during the last season of Groucho Marx's television program You Bet Your Life (titled The Groucho Show during its last season), and later a regular on Marx's program Tell It to Groucho (credited as "Patty Harmon"). She guest-starred on several 1960s TV series, including Gidget, Batman, and The Monkees. She appeared in a cameo role as blonde Ardice in the Jack Lemmon comedy Under the Yum Yum Tree in 1963. She had a role as Tony Dow's girlfriend in the 1965–66 television soap opera, Never Too Young.


Harmon's best-remembered acting roles are as the thirty-foot-tall (9 m) Merrie in Village of the Giants (1965, in which she captures normal-sized Johnny Crawford and suspends him from her bikini top), and as the car-washing "Lucille" in Cool Hand Luke (1967) and her purportedly 41–22–36. measurements.


Harmon was married to film Editor and Producer Jeff Gourson from 1968 to 2001, raising three children. For a time, a son worked at Walt Disney Studios. She later established a bakery, Aunt Joy's Cakes, in Burbank, California.