Timeline of Adrienne Barbeau
|Date of Birth:||1945 , June-11|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 3 Inch|
Adrienne Jo Barbeau is an American actress and the author of three books. She came to fame in the 1970s for being a writer of Broadway's original Rizzo in the musical Grease and as Carol Traynor, the divorced daughter of Maude Findlay in the sitcom Maude. She belongs to white ethnicity and holds American nationality.
Adrienne Jo Barbeau who is currently at the age of 71 years and has been marriage twice in her life. She married to director John Carpenter and had one child named John Cody. But the couple couldn't continue their relationship and got a divorce after a five year. Again she married Billy Van Zandt who was an actor/playwriter/producer and the couple gave birth to twin boys, named Walker Steven and William Dalton Van Zandt. Altogether she has three children.
She made her Broadway debut in the chorus of Fiddler on the Roof., She also worked as a television talk show host and a weekly book reviewer for KABC talk radio in Loss Angeles.
Barbeau net worth and salary are not specified. She is popular in social media like facebook, Instagram, Twitter.
Adrienne Barbeau facts on timeline
Born in California, United States.
Adrienne Barbeau is an American actress, Born on June 11, 1945, in Sacramento, California, United States. She is the daughter of Armenia and Joseph Barbeau who was a public relations executive for Mobil Oil. She has a sister, Jocelyn, and a half-brother on her father's side, Robert Barbeau.
Married with John Carpenter
Adrienne Barbeau married to director John Carpenter on 1979 and the couple gave birth to one child named John Cody on May 7, 1984. They two met on the set of his TV movie, Someone's Watching Me.
Divorce with John Carpenter
She married a famous director John Carpenter and had one child named John Cody from her marriage with director John. But the couple couldn't continue their relationship and got a divorce after a five year.
Married with Billy Van Zandt
Adrienne Jo Barbeau married Billy Van Zandt who is an actor/playwriter/producer. The couple got married in 1992 and after five years of their married life they finally gave birth to twin boys, named Walker Steven and William Dalton Van Zandt on march 17, 1997.
She started her career as go-go dancer In New work city
Barbeau started her career in a career as a go-go dancer In New York City; where she moved in during the late 1960s. Go-go dancers used to dance for entertaining the Army troops and her experience as a dancer was the curtain raiser of her showbiz career.
She released her Music Album
She released a folk music album ‘Adrienne Barbeau’. She was also the host of a television and radio talk shows. In the cartoon series ‘Totally Spies’ she was the voice of the villainess Helga Von Guggen.
Nominated for Tonny award
Adrienne was nominated for the Tony Award, in the ‘Best Actress in a Supporting Role’ category, in 1972, for her role in the musical ‘Grease’. She also won a Theatre Guild Award for the role.