Joyce Bulifant was born on 16th December 1937 in Newport News, Virginia, United States. She is an actress and director, famed for Plane! (1980), Dirty Love (2005), and American Playhouse (1980). She was formerly married to Roger Perry, Glade Bruce Hansen, William Asher, Edward Mallory, and James MacArthur.
|Weight (approx.):||65 KG|
|Height (approx.):||5 Feet 8 Inches|
|Date of Birth:||16 December 1937|
|Age (as in 2022):||85 years|
|Birthplace:||Newport News, Virginia, US|
|Hometown:||Newport News, Virginia|
|Networth & Money|
|Networth (approx.)||$114 Million|
Joyce Bulifant Husband and Family
Joyce Bulifant married James MacArthur on 2 November 1958. They have 2 children. They both divorced on 18 January 1968.
On 19 September 1969, She wedded Edward Mallory. The couple separated in August 1974. The pair has 1 child.
American television producer William Asher married Joyce on 28 August 1976. They both have 1 child, but after 17 years the couple divorced in 1993.
In 2000, She married Glade Bruce Hansen. After 1 year they both separated.
She married American film actor Roger Perry in 2002. But Roger Perry died on July 12, 2018.
Joyce has children John Asher (American actor), Mary MacArthur, and Charles MacArthur (American playwright).
She is also the Ex-stepmother of William Asher Jr., Robert Asher, and Rebecca Asher.
Facts About Joyce Bulifant
Joyce Bulifant is an American actress and also a game show panelist.
Joyce Bulifant goes to Solibury School in New Hope, Pennsylvania. She complete her graduation in 1955. her husband actor James MacArthur is also in the same class as Joyce.
She began her career in 1961 after appearing on Broadway. She has popped up on many TV shows and starred in: Airplane! (1980), Taken (2015), and Hanging by a Thread (1979).
She is popular for her appearances on famous game shows such as ‘Chain Reaction’ created by Bob Stewart, the NBC game show ‘Match Game’, and the American game show ‘Password Plus’.
She is famous for her ‘tongue in cheek’ comments to contestants every now and then, which made her fairly popular among the audience.
She started her acting career on Broadway and later appeared in several television programs likes:
- My Three Sons
- Tom, Dick and Mary
- The Woody Woodbury Show
- The Bill Cosby Show
- The Michele Lee Show
- Weird Science
She was the original choice for the role of ‘Carol Brady’ on ABC’s ‘The Brady Bunch,’ but ultimately lost the role to Florence Henderson.
She was pregnant with her son John Asher on the first season of The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1970).
Joyce is well-liked by the public for her “naturally fun personality”.
She gain the Theater World Award for her act in “Take Her, She Ella’s Mine” and received a Golden Palm Star at the Walk of Stars in Palm Springs, California with her husband Roger Perry.
She began with the cast as Carol Brady in The Brady Bunch (1969) but was cut.