Karen Valentine Net Worth

Karen Valentine was born on May 25, 1947 in  Sebastopol, California, United States, is Actress, Soundtrack. Karen Valentine was born on a chicken farm in northern California and made her professional debut, at the age of 16, on Toast of the Town (1948) (aka "The Ed Sullivan Show"). After performing as a contestant on a live national broadcast of "The Miss Teenage America Pageant", Ed Sullivan phoned during the ceremonies and invited her to appear on his iconic variety show the following week. She has since starred in countless productions on stage and screen, including the acclaimed series, Room 222 (1969) as student teacher Alice Johnson, for which she received an Emmy Award. She was a regular panelist on the popular game show The Hollywood Squares (1965), exchanging quips with Paul Lynde, George Gobel and host Peter Marshall. Over the years she has starred in many made-for-television movies, series episodes and variety specials, as well as several feature films. She has been a fixture on TV talk shows and guest-hosted for Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962). Across the country, Ms. Valentine has appeared in many stage productions, on Broadway and off, as well as touring with national companies.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Soundtrack
Birth Day May 25, 1947
Birth Place  Sebastopol, California, United States
Birth Sign Gemini
Occupation Actress
Years active 1964–2004
Spouse(s) Carl MacLaughlin (m. 1969; div. 1973) Gary Verna (m. 1977)

💰 Net worth: $20 Million

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In 1966–1967, she started her television career as "The Resident Dream Girl" on The Dream Girl of 1967, replacing Beverly Adams from the first weekday broadcast opposite hosts Dick Stewart and Wink Martindale, and during that time she appeared on another Chuck Barris show, The Dating Game.


Valentine has been married twice. Her first marriage was in 1969 to Carl MacLaughlin; they divorced in 1973. Since 1977 she has been married to musician and Emmy Award–winning Songwriter Gary Verna. She has no children.


Her feature films include Forever Young, Forever Free (1975), Hot Lead and Cold Feet (1978), The North Avenue Irregulars (1979) and The Power Within (1995). She also has had many leading roles in made-for-television movies.


Valentine continues to work in television and on stage. She co-starred with John Larroquette in a 2004 Hallmark Channel TV movie, Wedding Daze. She has starred on stage in many productions, including Romantic Comedy on Broadway and National Tour, Breaking Legs Off-Broadway and National Tour, and the Los Angeles production of Steel Magnolias.