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Birth information

10 November 1934 Parrott, Georgia, USA

Death information

22 November 1997 Indian Wells, California, USA

Given Name

Dorothy Cook

Who is(are) his/her spouse(s)?

Gary L. Reeves
Ryan O'Neal
Don Oreck
Willis Moore

Life Story of Joanna Moore

Southern-bred beauty Joanna Moore certainly had a lot of things going for her when her career started off in the 50s. Armed with an entrancingly smoky voice that complemented her stunning, creamy blond beauty, Joanna played wily females in such films as Walk on the Wild Side (1962) and Son of Flubber (1963), but she would be best remembered, however, as the benevolent girlfriend of "Sheriff Andy Taylor" in the third season of The Andy Griffith Show (1960). At the peak of her career, Joanna married her "Prince Charming", actor Ryan O'Neal, on April 3, 1963. O'Neal, of course, would make a huge impact as "Rodney Harrington" the following year on the nighttime soap, Peyton Place (1964). The good-looking couple had two children who also became actors: Tatum O'Neal (later Oscar-winner) and Griffin O'Neal. The marriage, however, was tempestuous, to say the least, and they divorced acrimoniously in February, 1967. Things started to slide after that for Joanna: She lost custody of her children in 1970 due to severe drug and alcohol addiction, with both her children battling similar problems as adults. There was talk that Joanna was living in self-styled communes and had completely...

What movies did Joanna Moore play or participate?

Actors Filmography
Run Chrissie Run! (1984) Cricket coach, Scout's Honor (1980) Ms. Odom, Petrocelli (1976) Kay Willis, The Blue Knight (1976) Molly, The Hindenburg (1975) Mrs. Channing, Bronk (1975) Shirley, Kung Fu (1975) Lula Morgan, The Waltons (1974) Laura Sue Champion, Police Story (1974) Lisa Roberts, J.C. (1972) Miriam Wages, The Most Deadly Game (1970) Paula Winton, McCloud (1970) Donna Roberts, The Name of the Game (1970) Emily Dorsey, Three Coins in the Fountain (1970) Ruth, The Governor & J.J. (1970) Cynthia Lockwood, Nanny and the Professor (1970) Dr. Alice Miller,...

Birth information

10 November 1934 Parrott, Georgia, USA

Death information

22 November 1997 Indian Wells, California, USA

Given Name

Dorothy Cook

Who is(are) his/her spouse(s)?

Gary L. Reeves
Ryan O'Neal
Don Oreck
Willis Moore

Life Story of Joanna Moore

Southern-bred beauty Joanna Moore certainly had a lot of things going for her when her career started off in the 50s. Armed with an entrancingly smoky voice that complemented her stunning, creamy blond beauty, Joanna played wily females in such films as Walk on the Wild Side (1962) and Son of Flubber (1963), but she would be best remembered, however, as the benevolent girlfriend of "Sheriff Andy Taylor" in the third season of The Andy Griffith Show (1960). At the peak of her career, Joanna married her "Prince Charming", actor Ryan O'Neal, on April 3, 1963. O'Neal, of course, would make a huge impact as "Rodney Harrington" the following year on the nighttime soap, Peyton Place (1964). The good-looking couple had two children who also became actors: Tatum O'Neal (later Oscar-winner) and Griffin O'Neal. The marriage, however, was tempestuous, to say the least, and they divorced acrimoniously in February, 1967. Things started to slide after that for Joanna: She lost custody of her children in 1970 due to severe drug and alcohol addiction, with both her children battling similar problems as adults. There was talk that Joanna was living in self-styled communes and had completely...

What movies did Joanna Moore play or participate?

Actors Filmography
Run Chrissie Run! (1984) Cricket coach, Scout's Honor (1980) Ms. Odom, Petrocelli (1976) Kay Willis, The Blue Knight (1976) Molly, The Hindenburg (1975) Mrs. Channing, Bronk (1975) Shirley, Kung Fu (1975) Lula Morgan, The Waltons (1974) Laura Sue Champion, Police Story (1974) Lisa Roberts, J.C. (1972) Miriam Wages, The Most Deadly Game (1970) Paula Winton, McCloud (1970) Donna Roberts, The Name of the Game (1970) Emily Dorsey, Three Coins in the Fountain (1970) Ruth, The Governor & J.J. (1970) Cynthia Lockwood, Nanny and the Professor (1970) Dr. Alice Miller,...

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Fred MacMurray, Joanna Moore, and Nancy Olson in Der Pauker kann's nicht lassen (1963)

Orphaned as a child, she was the elder of two daughters. Her mother and baby sister were killed in a one-car accident. Joanna was the only member of the family not in the car. Her father, who was the driver, died of complications from his injuries (ruptured spleen) a year later.

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Elvis Presley, Anne Helm, and Joanna Moore in Ein Sommer in Florida (1962)

Lost three fingers on her left hand from a car accident, and she later wrote a short story about a woman interacting with a grandchild who kept staring at "Nana's little hand.".

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Elvis Presley and Joanna Moore in Ein Sommer in Florida (1962)

Her family, consisting of mostly actors, referred to her as the best actor in the family.

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Elvis Presley, Anne Helm, Joanna Moore, etc.

Former mother-in-law of tennis champ John McEnroe

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Joanna Moore and Ryan O'Neal

Lung cancer from chain-smoking cigarettes is what killed her. Towards the end, she told her grandson Kevin McEnroe not to smoke cigarettes, while she was lighting one cigarette to another.

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Jane Fonda, Barbara Stanwyck, and Joanna Moore in Auf glühendem Pflaster (1962)

Her grandson Kevin McEnroe had her likeness tattooed onto his shoulder so he will never forget the influence she's had on his life, calling her his "guardian angel". He also dedicated his novel "Our Town" (2015) to her, since she inspired the main character Dorothy.

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