Luana Patten Net Worth

Luana Patten was an American actress and soundtrack born in Long Beach, California in 1938. She was one of the first two contract players for Walt Disney Studios, making her debut in Song of the South (1946). After making three more films as a child star, she left film for over 10 years before returning as an ingénue in Rock, Pretty Baby (1956). She followed that with several teen films before retiring from Hollywood completely at the end of 1970, except for a brief cameo in Grotesque (1988).
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Who is it? Actress, Soundtrack
Birth Day July 06, 1938
Birth Place  Long Beach, California, United States
Luana Patten age 82 YEARS OLD
Died On May 1, 1996(1996-05-01) (aged 57)\nLong Beach, California, U.S.
Birth Sign Leo
Occupation Actress
Years active 1946–1968; 1988
Spouse(s) Ronny Huntley (1954–1959) (divorced) John Smith (1960–1964) (divorced) Jerry D. Mays (1970–1973) (divorced)

💰 Net worth: $400,000

Luana Patten, an accomplished actress and talented soundtrack artist, is anticipated to have an estimated net worth of $400,000 by the year 2024. Hailing from the United States, Luana Patten has established a successful career in the entertainment industry, captivating audiences with her on-screen performances and contributing her melodious voice to various soundtracks. With her notable achievements and contributions to the world of acting and music, Luana Patten continues to leave a lasting legacy in the entertainment field.

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Luana Patten was born in Long Beach, California to Harvey T. Patten and Alma (née Miller) Patten, natives of Enid, Oklahoma. At the age of 3 she was a young model and later was hired by Walt Disney. Patten made her first film appearance in Joel Chandler Harris's 1946 musical Song of the South with Bobby Driscoll. They also appeared together in Song of the South's sister film So Dear to My Heart.


She appeared again with Bobby Driscoll in the Pecos Bill segment of Disney's Melody Time. In 1947, she appeared with Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, and Mortimer Snerd during the live action scenes in Fun and Fancy Free. She played the role of Priscilla Lapham in Disney's 1957 production of Johnny Tremain. In 1958, Patten played the part of Elizabeth Buckley in the episode "Twelve Guns" of NBC's Cimarron City western television series. It was on Cimarron City that she met her Future second husband, John Smith, whom she married two years later. The couple divorced in 1964.


In 1959, she played "Abbie Fenton" in the episode "Call Your Shot" of Wanted: Dead of Alive, starring Steve McQueen and the same year played "Ruth" in "The Ruth Marshall Story" season 3, episode 13 of Wagon Train that aired Dec 30, 1959. In 1960, she played "Libby Halstead" in Vincente Minnelli's Home from the Hill. In 1966, she played a saloon girl named "Lorna Medford" in the episode "Credit for a Kill" of Bonanza. In 1966, she had a small part as Nora White, the new bride of the reformed "Whitey" played by Kurt Russell, in Follow Me, Boys!. She also appeared in Fun and Fancy Free, A Thunder of Drums, and the Rawhide episode "Incident of the Druid Curse" on CBS. That year she also appeared on Perry Mason as defendant Cynthia Perkins in "The Case of the Scarlet Scandal". She retired from the film industry in 1968 except for a brief cameo in the 1988 film Grotesque.