|Net Worth:||$5 Million|
|Date of Birth:||August 25, 1964 (59 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)|
|Profession:||Singer and Actress|
What is Joanne Whalley’s net worth:
Joanne Whalley is an English actress and singer who has a net worth of $5 million. She is well-known for both the principal roles she has played in a number of films and TV shows, as well as for her marriage to Val Kilmer.
Joanne Whalley was nurtured in Greater Manchester’s Stockport after initially migrating to Levenshulme, Lancashire, where she was born.
Before leaving to pursue her education at the Braeside School of Speech and Drama in Marple and Harrytown Convent Girls’ School in Romiley, Joanne attended Bredbury Comprehensive School there.
In the movies How We Used to Live and Juliet Bravo, she made her acting debut as a little child. She also had small roles in several soap operas, most notably Coronation Street and Emmerdale.
In her early film roles, Joanne portrayed an adolescent Beatles admirer in Birth of the Beatles and a non-speaking groupie in Pink Floyd’s The Wall.
Joanne portrayed Ingrid Rothwell in the popular Granada TV version of Stan Barstow’s three Vic Brown novels, A Kind of Loving, which aired in 1982.
Joanne’s breakout roles on British television were Emma Craven in Troy Kennedy Martin’s Edge of Darkness (1985) and Nurse Mills in Dennis Potter’s series The Singing Detective (1986), both for BBC Television.
She portrayed Jackie in the 1987 television movie Will You Love Me Tomorrow, and she also had a part in The Good Father, a 1985 movie produced by Channel 4.
Joanne met American actor Val Kilmer in 1987 while filming the epic adventure Willow.
After their 1988 nuptials, she relocated to Los Angeles and started going by the SAG-AFTRA moniker “Joanne Whalley-Kilmer.”
She made her television debut as Sister Maggie in Daredevil’s third season in 2018.
In Eleanor Coppola’s anthology movie Love Is Love from 2020, Whalley starred.
The COVID-19 epidemic caused the Tribeca Film Festival to be postponed, which meant that it would not have its international debut as planned in April 2020.
The film got its French premiere at the Deauville American Film Festival later that year, in September.
She recurred in the Disney+ Willow follow-up series in November 2022 as Sorsha.
Career in Music
In the post-punk era, Joanne dabbled in the Manchester New Wave scene and briefly played in the Stockport band the Slowguns, but she quit before the band’s two singles were released.
Joanne later rose to prominence as the main vocalist of the pop band Cindy & The Saffrons.
The Shangri-Las song “Past, Present, and Future” was recorded by the trio at Abbey Road Studios in 1982, and it finally peaked at number 56 on the UK singles charts.
The following year, they released “Terry,” a song composed and initially performed by Twinkle, but it was not a hit. Soon after, the gang dispersed.
During the Willow filming, Joanne got to know the American actor Val Kilmer. In 1988, they got hitched.
Joanne took a break from acting to raise two children with Kilmer: Mercedes, born on October 29, 1991, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Jack, born on June 6, 1995.
The two split up soon after that. On July 21, 1995, Joanne announced that they were divorcing due to their irreconcilable disagreements.
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