Pat Priest Net Worth

Pat Priest Net Worth is
$3 Million

Pat Priest Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

This sweet, wholesome, porcelain-skinned beauty was your typical bouffant blonde of the early-to-mid 1960s. She was picture perfect, whether romping along the coast of Malibu Beach in a bikini or peering over a white picket fence as the girl-next-door. Pat Priest was born Patricia Ann Priest on August 15, 1936 in Bountiful, Utah. Her mother, Ivy ...
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthAugust 15, 1936
Place Of BirthBountiful, Utah, USA
Height5' 6" (1.68 m)
Star SignLeo
1Her role as Marilyn Munster on The Munsters (1964)
2Lisp, breathless voice
The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant (1971)$5,000
The Munsters (1964)$750 /week
1I have had very good feelings, and dealings with professional collectors. They are some of my best customers. I think they provide a wonderful service to fans and memorabilia collectors because a lot of the time these people would not be able to find out about or get in touch with those stars whose autographs they would love to possess.
2I think the most gratifying thing has been the many stories people tell me about watching The Munsters (1964) as a family and what these times have meant to them. When you work on a show, you never really know the impact you've had on people, until you do an autograph show, where they get to tell you how they feel.
3[on her reaction to being asked to provide an autograph] I was really taken by surprise! I couldn't understand why anyone would want my autograph. I was only doing a television show and felt I wasn't very important. I was very pleased, but also a little embarrassed by the moment.
4[on The Munsters (1964)] I tested for the part on a Wednesday, they called me on Thursday, I signed the contracts on a Friday and started working on Monday. That was my big break.
1Gave birth to her first child at age 22, a son named Lance Jensen on August 29, 1958. Child's father was her husband, Pierce Andrew Jensen Jr.
2Gave birth to her second child at age 23, a son named Pierce Jensen on July 10, 1960. Child's father was her husband, Pierce Andrew Jensen Jr.
3As of July 2010 was an antique dealer, along with her sister, at a shop in Boise, ID. She has just finished maintenance treatments for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and is in remission.
4As of September 2001 she was living in Hailey, ID, where she restores and resells houses. In May 2001 she was diagnosed with lymphoma, but she was undergoing treatment to contain the disease.
5In November 2000, she was a guest at the Asheville Film Festival (now called the Western North Carolina Film Festival) in Asheville, North Carolina, along with Pamela Sue Martin, Julie Parrish, Elizabeth MacRae, James Whitmore, Soupy Sales, Rhodes Reason, Noreen Nash and Peggy Moran.
6Auditioned for the role of Mary Ann Summers on Gilligan's Island (1964), which went to Dawn Wells.
7Attended and graduated from Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, Virginia in 1954.
8Is a member of Delta Zeta sorority, Alpha Chi chapter.
9Queen of the Norfolk (Virginia) Azalea Pageant in 1954.
10When she was a young girl, her family moved from Salt Lake City to Bountiful, Utah. Although Bountiful is a small town, she was exposed to entertainment work through her mother, Ivy Baker Priest, who often wrote, directed and produced road shows for the Mormon church.
11Selected as one of the Capitol's "Ten Most Beautiful Women" while living in Washington, D.C. with her mother, United States Treasurer Ivy Baker Priest, whose signature appeared on United States currency from 1953-1961.
12Best known for playing Marilyn Munster on the television series The Munsters (1964); however, she took over the role after Beverley Owen left the series to get married. Priest stayed with the series until its cancellation in 1966.
13Bought a 1967 Cadillac El Dorado convertible, with a black leather interior, from Elvis Presley for $3,000. She traded it in a couple of years later for a new Pontiac, rather than keeping Elvis' convertible as a collector's item. She did not tell the dealer it had been owned by Elvis.


Here Come the Munsters1995TV MovieCameo appearance
Mary Tyler Moore1976TV SeriesLila Nivens
Run, Joe, Run1974TV SeriesGrace Gilbert
Some Call It Loving1973Carnival Nurse
The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant1971Linda
Mission: Impossible1971TV SeriesKathrine Berat
Airport1970Mrs. Jerry Copeland - Passenger (uncredited)
Bewitched1969-1970TV SeriesRuthie Campbell / Nurse / Mrs. Goodall
The Virginian1969TV SeriesMary Lou
Ironside1969TV SeriesGoldie
The Red Skelton Hour1966-1968TV SeriesTessie Torso
Run for Your Life1968TV SeriesSusan
Mannix1967TV SeriesLouise Carter
Easy Come, Easy Go1967Dina Bishop
The Lucy Show1966TV SeriesStewardess
Perry Mason1964-1966TV SeriesNorma Fenn / Sally Young
The Munsters1964-1966TV SeriesMarilyn Munster
Death Valley Days1964-1965TV SeriesNora Jackson / Nancy
My Favorite Martian1964TV SeriesDella Darwell
Dr. Kildare1964TV SeriesStudent Nurse
Wendy and Me1964TV SeriesBetty Allison
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea1964TV SeriesKaren Joyce Pennell
Quick Before It Melts1964Stewardess (uncredited)
Valentine's Day1964TV SeriesLola
Looking for Love1964Waitress (uncredited)
The Jack Benny Program1964TV Series1st Dancer
The Lieutenant1963TV SeriesWaitress / Diane


Biography2003TV Series documentary very special thanks - 1 episode


Bizarre Transmissions from the Bermuda Triangle2015TV SeriesHerself
Shipping Wars2015TV SeriesHerself
Biography2000-2003TV Series documentaryHerself
The Legend of Forrest Tucker1997Documentary shortHerself
The Jonathan Winters Show1968TV SeriesHerself

Archive Footage

The Sixties2014TV Mini-Series documentaryMarilyn Munster - The Munsters
The Lego Munsters2011ShortMarilyn Munster
50 Years of Funny Females1995TV Movie documentaryHerself

Nominated Awards

2006TV Land AwardTV Land AwardsThe Most Irreplaceable ReplacementThe Munsters (1964)
2004TV Land AwardTV Land AwardsIrreplaceable ReplacementThe Munsters (1964)

Known for movies

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