Joel Fabiani began his acting by appearing in plays such as "The Alchemist" in 1960 as Kastril. Likewise, he acted in plays like "Saint's Day", "Twinkling of an Eye" and Shakespeare's classic "King Lear".
Joel worked at Workshop for two years and he moved to New York where he played various movies including One Way Pendulum (1961), The Caretaker (1961), The Affair (1962), A Thousand Clowns, Romeo and Juliet, Richard II, Henry IV, Beyond The Fringe (1965), A Doll's House and Hedda Gabler.
Following he appeared in various television series like watered-down James Bond character, Love of Life, The Doctors (in 1963, and later again in 1968), Look Up and Live (1964), Dark Shadows (1966) and also played the pilot episode of Ironside (1967).
Apart from the movies and television series he also appeared as presenter in theater documentaries like Ghosts of Glory and narrates audio books like A River Runs Through It, The Light in the Forest and Aces and Eights.
Looking at his personal life, Joel was married Katharine Rose at the beginning of his career on on February 28, 1960, but they could not live in long term relationship. The couple divorced after two years in 1962. After that, he married to actress Audree Rae and lived in long term relationship up to her death in 2009.
Being an actor Fabiani has appeared in various movies from which he collects a big chunk of money. As of 2017, his estimated net worth is $70 million through which he finances and lives a celebrity.
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