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birth date:
September 14, 1944

birth place:
Rockville Centre, Long Island, New York, USA

Blonde and beautiful singer/dancer/actress Joey Heatherton has appeared in a wide variety of films including; Cry-Baby (1990), The Perils of P.K. (1986) and Bluebeard (1972).

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Bluebeard (1972)

Title: Bluebeard
Released: 1972
Genre: Crime / Horror / Drama
Runtime: 125 min
Country: France / Italy / West Germany / Hungary
Language: English

Tagline: Bluebeard loved all his wives passionately... to death!

Plot Summary: Richard Burton, starring as Baron von Sepper, an Austrian aristocrat noted for his blue-toned beard, and his appetite for beautiful wives. His latest spouse, an American beauty named Anne, discovers a vault in his castle that's filled with the frozen bodies of several beautiful women. When confronted with this slight oddity, Bluebeard explains to Anne that he found an easier alternative to divorce when he grew bored with his previous wives. In order to avoid being Bluebeard's next frozen bride, Anne must find a way to outwit her murderous hubby.

Comments: Nothing Else Like It. Although a bit slow at times, this movie is definitely worth watching. It's one of those "so strange it's good" films, that seemed to reach their pinnacle during the late sixties, early seventies. Richard Burton is a bit stiff, perhaps embarrassed by his role, but the parade of beautiful woman in the movie more than make up for his wooden performance. Joey Heatherton and Raquel Welch stand out, as does the cinematography, which captures the eye in the same way those 60's TV shows like Batman and Star Trek did. The very weird plot has Burton playing a retired war hero who marries and murders his wives before having to admit to his "performance" problem. If you're a fan of the beautiful and the bizarre, take a look at this one. There's nothing else,(that I've ever seen) quite like it.

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Joey's brother, Dick Heatherton, was a prominent radio disc jockey in New York, on CBS FM in the seventies and eighties.

Father is Ray Heatherton

Joey Heatherton was the Mystery Guest on the November 7, 1965 edition of "What's My Line?" Long time panelist Dorothy Kilgallen, 52, was found dead just hours after the program aired live.

He had a brief, basically unsuccessful recording career, with a minor hit in 1972, covering Ferlin Husky's "Gone".

Measurements: 34-20-32 (at age 20 in 1965), (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)

Joey Heatherton - Filmography
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in)

Cry-Baby (1990) .... Milton's Mother

Perils of P.K., The (1986)

Happy Hooker Goes to Washington, The (1977) .... Xaviera Hollander
"Joey & Dad" (1975) TV Series
Bluebeard (1972) .... Anne
... aka Barbablù (1972) (Italy)
... aka Barbe-bleue (1972/II) (France)
... aka Blaubart (1972) (West Germany)
Of Mice and Men (1970) (TV) .... Curley's Wife

Ballad of Andy Crocker, The (1969) (TV) .... Lisa
My Blood Runs Cold (1965) .... Julie Merriday
Where Love Has Gone (1964) .... Danielle Valerie Miller
Twilight of Honor (1963) .... Laura Mae Brown
... aka Charge Is Murder, The (1963) (UK)

Joey Heatherton - Notable TV Guest Appearances
"Laverne & Shirley" (1976) playing "Herself" in episode: "Night at the Awards" (episode # 7.6) 24 November 1981
"Sonny Comedy Revue, The" (1974) playing "Herself" 1974
"NBC Follies" (1973) 11 October 1973
"Klimbim" (1973) playing "Herself" in episode: "01" (episode # 1.1) 24 July 1973
"This Is Tom Jones" (1969) (episode # 3.9) 20 November 1970
"Love, American Style" (1969) in episode: "Love and the Hitchhiker" (episode # 1.17b) 30 January 1970
"Jackie Gleason Show, The" (1966) in episode: "The Honeymooners: Happiness Is a Rich Uncle" (episode # 4.7) 8 November 1969
"Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, The" (1962) playing "Herself" 23 May 1969
"It Takes a Thief" (1968) playing "Jodie DuBois" in episode: "A Matter of Grey Matter: Part 2" (episode # 2.17) 11 February 1969
"It Takes a Thief" (1968) playing "Jodie DuBois" in episode: "A Matter of Grey Matter: Part 1" (episode # 2.16) 11 February 1969
"I Spy" (1965) playing "Katie" in episode: "To Florence with Love: Part 2" (episode # 2.12) 30 November 1966
"I Spy" (1965) playing "Katie" in episode: "To Florence with Love: Part 1" (episode # 2.11) 23 November 1966
"Andy Williams Show, The" (1962) 20 November 1966
"Andy Williams Show, The" (1962) 25 September 1966
"What's My Line?" (1950) playing "Mystery Guest" 7 November 1965
"Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre" (1963) playing "Cress" in episode: "Runaway" (episode # 1.12) 10 January 1965
"Breaking Point" (1963) playing "Dory Costain" in episode: "I, the Dancer" (episode # 1.27) 20 April 1964
"Nurses, The" (1962) playing "Ellen Denby" in episode: "Rally Round My Comrades" (episode # 2.14) 26 December 1963
"Arrest and Trial" (1963) playing "Edith" in episode: "Some Weeks Are All Mondays" (episode # 1.13) 15 December 1963
"Mr. Novak" (1963) in episode: "To Break a Camel's Back" (episode # 1.8) 12 October 1963
"Virginian, The" (1962) playing "Gloria Blaine" in episode: "A Distant Fury" (episode # 1.25) 20 March 1963
"Nurses, The" (1962) playing "Janet Clark" in episode: "Night Shift" (episode # 1.1) 27 September 1962
"Route 66" (1960) playing "Karen Emerson" in episode: "Three Sides" (episode # 1.7) 18 November 1960