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Barbara Anne Hall Wiki Biography
Barbara Anne Hall was born on the 12th March 1933 in Butler, Pennsylvania USA, and is an actress, model, and writer as well, but probably best known to the world for her portrayals of Agent 99 in the sitcom “Get Smart” (1965-1970), Juliet Nowell in the film “Fitzwilly” (1967), and Brenda in the film “Smile” (1975), among other differing roles. Barbara’s career started in 1957.
Have you ever wondered how rich Barbara Feldon is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Feldon’s net worth is as high as $3 million, earned through her successful career in the entertainment industry.
Barbara grew up in her hometown and attended Bethel Park High School, where she was a part of the Pittsburgh Playhouse, including taking acting lessons. Following her matriculation, Barbara enrolled at Carnegie Institute of Technology, and obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in drama.
Barbara’s career started in the late ‘50s as a model, beginning with a couple of commercials, including the one for “Top Brass”, which led to her acting debut in the TV series “East Side/West Side” (1964). This was followed by support roles in such TV series as “Flipper” (1964), “12 O’Clock High” (1965), “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” (1965), until she was cast in the lead role of Agent 99 in the Mel Brooks and Buck Henry sitcom “Get Smart” (1965-1970). The series put her on the Hollywood map, and also increased her net worth by a large margin.
While the show lasted, she also featured in several other productions, including the lead role in Delbert Mann’s romantic comedy “Fitzwilly” (1967), next to Dick Van Dyke and John McGiver.
Following the end of the sitcom, Barbara appeared in several television films, including the “Getting Away from It All” (1972), and “Playmates” (1972), and continued to feature in films during the ‘70s, such as in “Smile” (1975), “A Guide for the Married Woman” (1978), and “Before and After” (1979), among others, which also improved her wealth.
During the ‘80s she wasn’t quite active on screen, but still recorded several appearances, including the lead role in the film “Children of Divorce” (1980), and reprising the role of Agent 99 in the film “Get Smart, Again” (1989).
Her career declined slowly during the ‘90s, and she made only brief appearances in such TV series as “Cheers” (1991), “Mad About You” (1993), and “Emily of New Moon” (1998), and she last appeared on screen in the film “The Last Request” (2006). However, Barbara still appears frequently in off-Broadway plays, keeping her acting career alive.
Apart from acting, she is also an accomplished writer; she published her first book in 2003, entitled “Living Alone and Loving It”, the sales of which also increased her net worth.
Regarding her personal life, Barbara has been married twice, firstly to Lucien Verdoux-Feldon – hence her surname – from 1958 until 1967, then a year later she married Burt Nodella; the couple divorced in 1979.
IMDB Wikipedia $3 Million 1933 1933-3-12 5′ 9″ (1.75 m) Actress Again! (1989) American Barbara Anne Hall Barbara Feldon Net Worth Bethel Park Buck Henry Butler Carnegie Mellon University Dick Van Dyke Fitzwilly (1967) Get Smart Get Smart (1965) John McGiver Lucien Verdoux-Feldon Lucien Verdoux-Feldon (m. 1958–1967) March 12 Mel Brooks Patricia Hall Pennsylvania Pisces Smile (1975) Soundtrack United States USA
Barbara Anne Hall Quick Info
|Full Name||Barbara Feldon|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 12, 1933|
|Place Of Birth||Butler, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Height||5′ 9″ (1.75 m)|
|Education||Carnegie Mellon University|
|Spouse||Lucien Verdoux-Feldon (m. 1958–1967)|
|Awards||TV Land Favorite Fashion Plate – Female Award|
|Nominations||Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series|
|Movies||Fitzwilly, Get Smart, Again!, No Deposit, No Return, A Vacation in Hell, Let’s Switch!, Smile, The Bear Who Slept Through Christmas, Sooner or Later, Last Request, A Guide for the Married Woman, Before and After|
|TV Shows||Get Smart, The Dean Martin Comedy World|
Barbara Anne Hall Quotes
- I was a very loving and good friends with Don Adams in the years after Get Smart (1965) and until he died. We never really bonded during the show except as characters. He was preoccupied with the role. We just thought of ourselves as congenial business colleagues. Yes. There was an extra sweetness about them, a sense of nostalgia. And you never know when something will turn into art. I don’t think it’s pretentious to say it was art, maybe pop art. Every element worked. It was crafted like a comic strip, in a way. Everything had to pay off with a laugh. Don would say ‘there are too many words’ or ‘the set up isn’t right’. There was no improvisation. There is a sort of poetry to writing comedy. Poetry is very crafted. You can’t have too many words. It needs compression. It has to be spare, just the right number of words. And Don’s instincts were infallible. We never rehearsed. I think we got more skilled as time went on. I did. At first, I had one foot in my little girl’s self and one foot in my grown-up self. You can see it in my character. By the end, I had both feet in my adult self. 99 still had an adoration for Maxwell Smart, but with more authority. (on her professional on- and off-screen friendship with Don Adams, who played Maxwell Smart)
- I wish I could say this was a wonderful script…..It was like what I would call mind candy and it just got rid of the best perfectly good 2 hours of your life. (on her part in the film, Let’s Switch! (1975).
- “There’s not a day when somebody doesn’t smile and say, ‘Oh, you’re Agent 99.’ I like being in a world that regards me in a friendly way.” Interview with Toby Kahn, 1983.
Barbara Anne Hall Important Facts
- New York City. [February 2005]
- She studied drama at HB Studio in Greenwich Village in New York City.
- In 1968, during the original run of the series, she married Get Smart (1965) producer, Burt Nodella. They divorced in 1979.
- Though she’s still the youngest cast member of Get Smart (1965), most sources claimed she was born in 1941.
- Says that she enjoys writing poetry, studying, and “living.”
- Best remembered by the public for her starring role as CONTROL agent 99 in Get Smart (1965).
- Long after Get Smart (1965) had ended its series run in 1970, she enjoyed a very successful TV commercial voice-over career, which lasted well into the 80s.
- Feldon’s Get Smart (1965) character, Agent 99, was named “most stylish secret agent” at the 2004 TV Land Hall of Fame awards.
- Pop-art quad-portrait done in 1965 by Andy Warhol.
- Does voiceovers for commercials today, and performed a one-woman show in the ’90s.
- Was nearsighted as a young woman.
- Likes minimalist interior decoration.
- She graduated from Bethel Park High School in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania.
- She has a sister named Patricia.
- Wrote a self-help book in 2003 called “Living Alone and Loving It”
- Hosted a magazine-type syndicated TV show Special Edition (1977).
- Graduated from Carnegie-Mellon in 1955.
- When she started Get Smart (1965), she was already famous, albeit anonymously, for lolling on a tiger skin rug as she purred the praises of Top Brass hair cream.
- Won $64,000 dollars on The $64,000 Question (1955). Category: Shakespeare.
Barbara Anne Hall Filmography
|The Last Request||2006/I||Mom||Actress|
|American Experience||2002||TV Series documentary||Voice-overs||Actress|
|Emily of New Moon||1998||TV Series||Madame Marlena||Actress|
|Chicago Sons||1997||TV Series||Lindsay’s Mother||Actress|
|Something So Right||1997||TV Series||Beverly||Actress|
|Get Smart||1995||TV Series||99||Actress|
|Mad About You||1993||TV Series||Diane ‘Spy Girl’ Caldwell||Actress|
|Cheers||1991||TV Series||Lauren Hudson||Actress|
|Get Smart, Again!||1989||TV Movie||99||Actress|
|Hothouse||1988||TV Series||Bea Shecter||Actress|
|Square One Television||1987||TV Series||Narrator (1987) (voice)||Actress|
|ABC Afterschool Specials||1982||TV Series||Karen Dunoway||Actress|
|Children of Divorce||1980||TV Movie||Irene Hoffman||Actress|
|Before and After||1979||TV Movie||Penny||Actress|
|A Vacation in Hell||1979||TV Movie||Evelyn||Actress|
|Sooner or Later||1979||TV Movie||Lois Walters||Actress|
|A Guide for the Married Woman||1978||TV Movie||Maggie||Actress|
|The Four of Us||1977||TV Movie||Julie||Actress|
|No Deposit, No Return||1976||Carolyn||Actress|
|Doctors’ Hospital||1975||TV Series||Actress|
|Let’s Switch!||1975||TV Movie||Kate Fleming||Actress|
|What Are Best Friends For?||1973||TV Movie||Valerie Norton||Actress|
|The Bear Who Slept Through Christmas||1973||TV Short||Patti Bear (voice)||Actress|
|McMillan & Wife||1973||TV Series||Margaret ‘Maggie’ Miller||Actress|
|Griff||1973||TV Series||Sharon Dennis||Actress|
|Of Men and Women||1973||TV Movie segment “Never Trust a Lady”||Actress|
|Thriller||1973||TV Series||Jenny Frifth||Actress|
|Medical Center||1973||TV Series||Barbara Dorsey||Actress|
|The Wide World of Mystery||1973||TV Series||Jenny Frifth||Actress|
|Search||1972||TV Series||Kate Dawes||Actress|
|Playmates||1972||TV Movie||Lois Barnett||Actress|
|Here Comes the Judge||1972||TV Movie||Singer||Actress|
|Getting Away from It All||1972||TV Movie||Helen Clark||Actress|
|Matt Lincoln||1970||TV Series||Jilly||Actress|
|The Name of the Game||1970||TV Series||Cynthia Hampton||Actress|
|Get Smart||1965-1970||TV Series||#99 / Agent 99 / Connie Barker||Actress|
|The Red Skelton Hour||1970||TV Series||Lady Scientist||Actress|
|The Jerry Lewis Show||1967||TV Series||Actress|
|Point Blank||1967||Girl in TV commercial (uncredited)||Actress|
|Caprice||1967||Girl at theatre (uncredited)||Actress|
|Profiles in Courage||1965||TV Series||Frances Cleveland||Actress|
|The Man from U.N.C.L.E.||1965||TV Series||Mandy Stevenson||Actress|
|12 O’Clock High||1965||TV Series||Lt. Claire Cummings||Actress|
|Slattery’s People||1965||TV Series||Aurora Fleming||Actress|
|Flipper||1964||TV Series||Erna Morley||Actress|
|The Doctors and the Nurses||1964||TV Series||Hildie Jackson||Actress|
|Mr. Broadway||1964||TV Series||Laura||Actress|
|East Side/West Side||1964||TV Series||Joanna / Toni Ginger||Actress|
|Get Smart||1966||TV Series performer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|20 to 1||2009||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|The Early Show||2008||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Secret History of Get Smart||2006||Video documentary short||Herself||Self|
|Get Smart Reunion Seminar||2006||Video documentary||Herself||Self|
|The 100 Greatest TV Quotes & Catchphrases||2006||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|Biography||2004||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV||2003||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|NBC 75th Anniversary Special||2002||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Inside TV Land: Get Smart||2001||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|50 Years of Television: A Celebration of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Golden Anniversary||1997||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|The Geraldo Rivera Show||1995||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Showbiz Today||1995||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Dinosaurs!||1992||TV Series||Narrator (voice)||Self|
|Good Morning America||1977-1989||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Reading Rainbow||1987||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The 80’s Woman||1980||TV Series||Herself – Host||Self|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1967-1979||TV Series||Herself – Actress / Herself||Self|
|America 2-Night||1978||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Alan Hamel Show||1978||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Special Edition||1977||TV Series documentary||Herself – Host||Self|
|The $10,000 Pyramid||1974-1977||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Shoot for the Stars||1977||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Word Grabbers||1976||TV Movie||Herself – Panelist (3rd Pilot)||Self|
|The Magnificent Marble Machine||1975||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Three for the Money||1975||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Rhyme and Reason||1975||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Don Adams’ Screen Test||1975||TV Series||Self|
|The Dean Martin Comedy World||1974||TV Series||Herself – Host||Self|
|Energy Crisis||1974||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|All-Star Baffle||1973||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Hollywood Squares||1966-1973||TV Series||Herself – Panelist / Herself – Cameo||Self|
|The Vin Scully Show||1973||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Wacky World of Jonathan Winters||1972-1973||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Dean Martin Show||1968-1972||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Portable Electric Medicine Show||1972||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|Jerry Visits||1972||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine||1971||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson||1965-1971||TV Series||Herself – Guest / Herself||Self|
|The Movie Game||1971||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The David Frost Show||1971||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Kraft Music Hall||1968-1971||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Don Knotts Show||1970||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Tim Conway Comedy Hour||1970||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Sandler and Young’s Kraft Music Hall||1970||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Tennessee Ernie Ford Special||1970||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|The Carol Burnett Show||1970||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The John Davidson Show||1970||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Jonathan Winters Show||1969||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Jerry Lewis Show||1968||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour||1967-1968||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show||1968||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Steve Allen Show||1968||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Joey Bishop Show||1967||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|What’s My Line?||1957-1967||TV Series||Herself / Contestant||Self|
|Dateline: Hollywood||1967||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Dream Girl of ’67||1967||TV Series||Herself – Fashion Hostess||Self|
|Girl Talk||1963-1966||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Match Game||1966||TV Series||Herself – Team Captain||Self|
|Missing Links||1964||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Ed Sullivan Show||1957||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The $64,000 Question||1957||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Sixties||2014||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself – Laugh-In||Archive Footage|
|The O’Reilly Factor||2008||TV Series||Agent 99||Archive Footage|
|Tvist||2005||TV Series||Agent 99||Archive Footage|
|Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color||1982||TV Series||Carolyn Osborne||Archive Footage|
Barbara Anne Hall Awards
|2003||TV Land Award||TV Land Awards||Hippest Fashion Plate – Female||Get Smart (1965)||Won|
|2003||TV Land Award||TV Land Awards||Hippest Fashion Plate – Female||Get Smart (1965)||Nominated|