Joan Felt Net Worth

Joan Felt Net Worth is
$13 Million

Joan Felt Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Joan Carroll (born January 18, 1931, Elizabeth, New Jersey) was a successful child star in movies between 1938 and 1948.Carroll was born Joan Felt in Elizabeth, New Jersey, to Wright L. and Freda B Felt. Her father was a government electrical engineer, and her mother was a club and stage pianist. Carroll was performing locally by age 4. Her family moved to California in 1936, and her stage name was changed to Carol and then Carroll.Carroll became an accomplished child actress, scoring personal successes on Broadway in the hit musical Panama Hattie, and the 1940 film, Primrose Path, as Ginger Rogers's younger sister. Carroll became RKO Radio Pictures' resident juvenile personality in both "A" and "B" pictures. RKO starred Carroll in two zany comedy vehicles, Obliging Young Lady and Petticoat Larceny.She continued to work in films as an adolescent, but less frequently. Two of her best-remembered pictures came from this period: Meet Me In St. Louis (1944) as Judy Garland and Margaret O'Brien's sister, and The Bells of St. Mary's (1945), in which she played a troubled teenager with an estranged father.Currently residing in the American Southwest, Joan and her brother donated a historic family lamp to the Nevada State Museum on July 7, 2011. The lamp was originally given to her father, Wright Lafayette Felt, who was the Public Works Administrator for Nevada at the time the Hoover Dam was built. The lamp was created out of materials used in the construction of the 155-mile, $900,000 power line to the Hoover Dam, and was presented to him by the Lincoln County Power District No. 1 on Sept. 25, 1937, for his assistance with the project.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthJanuary 18, 1932
Place Of BirthElizabeth, New Jersey, USA
Star SignCapricorn
1When she wasn't acting, she was either ice-skating or playing the piano. She once captured fifth prize in a West Coast (USA) ice-skating competition in 1939 and played the piano in the footsteps of her mother, who appeared in concerts and on radio in her time.
2Up until 1940 she was the only child star to be summoned from Hollywood in order to appear in the leading role of a Broadway musical.
3Around 1940 she chose the name "Carroll" because she said it sounded musical.


Des Broadways liebstes Kind1969TV Mini-Series
The Bells of St. Mary's1945Patricia 'Patsy' Gallagher
The Clock1945Man in Penn Station (uncredited)
Tomorrow, the World!1944Pat Frame
Meet Me in St. Louis1944Agnes Smith
Petticoat Larceny1943Joan Mitchell / Small Change
Obliging Young Lady1942Bridget Potter
Anne of Windy Poplars1940Betty Grayson
Primrose Path1940Honeybell
Laddie1940Sister Stanton
Barricade1939Winifred Ward (as Joan Carol)
A Child Is Born1939Little Girl (uncredited)
Tower of London1939Lady Mowbray (uncredited)
Mr. Moto's Last Warning1939Mary Delacour (as Joan Carol)
Two Sisters1938Sally, as a child
Gateway1938Child (uncredited)
Walking Down Broadway1938Sunny Martin (as Joan Carol)
One Mile from Heaven1937Sunny (as Joan Carol)


The Colgate Comedy Hour1951TV SeriesHerself
Cavalcade of Stars1951TV SeriesHerself - Guest Actress
Hedda Hopper's Hollywood No. 41942Documentary shortHerself
Picture People No. 4: Stars Day Off1941Documentary shortHerself
Picture People No. 1: Stars in Defense1941ShortHerself

Archive Footage

Ingrid1984DocumentaryHerself, clip from 'Bells of St. Mary's' (uncredited)

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