Grace Lee Whitney Net Worth

Grace Lee Whitney Net Worth is
$2 Million

Grace Lee Whitney Biography

It’s been reported that the entire amount of the existing Grace Lee Whitney net value gets to 2 million dollars. In 1979, she reprised her role in “Superstar Trek: The FILM”. Grace Lee Whitney became mainly known for her function of Janice Rand in the initial series of “Superstar Trek”. Also, she made an appearance in films of Superstar Trek. In 1966 she starred as Yeoman Janice Rand in it series Superstar Trek. As a singer she opened up for Billie Vacation and Buddy Abundant with Chicago nightclubs. In 1966, she got the function of Janice Rand in the Superstar Trek creation. She was followed by the Whitney family members. When she was 14 years previous, she began her profession as a singer and made an appearance on some radio displays. When she was an adolescent, Grace Lee Whitney transferred to Chicago, Illinois. Her birth name is normally Mary Ann Chase. She made an appearance in eight from the initial 13 episodes of the present. She was a favorite celebrity and singer, who resided in the time of 1930-2015. After that, she appeared in “Superstar Trek III: The Seek out Spock”, “Superstar Trek IV: The Voyage House” in addition to “Superstar Trek VI: The Undiscovered Nation”. Thus, these movies possess added up a whole lot of revenues to the full total size of Grace Lee Whitney net worthy of, in addition to producing her name well-known and regarded in the cinema sector. Discussing her theater appearances, she made an appearance on Broadway for the very first time in the creation called “Best Banana”. In the play, she was selected for the function of Miss Holland. In 1953, she made an appearance in her first Television show known as “Cowboy G-Guys”. Grace Lee Whitney made an appearance as an uncredited celebrity in several films, such as for example “Home of Wax”, “Pocketful of Miracles”, “Best Banana”, “The Naked and the Dead” plus some others. In 1962, the celebrity appeared in “A Community Affair”, where she was credited as Tracey Phillips. Twelve months afterwards, Grace Lee Whitney got a component in the western known as “THE PERSON from Galveston”, where she performed the function of Texas Rose. Grace Lee Whitney was created in Ann Arbor, Michigan in April 1930 and passed on in May 2015. Furthermore to her film function, Grace Lee Whitney provides appeared in a whole lot of Television productions, as well, which also elevated the full total size of Grace Lee Whitney net worthy of. In 1959, the celebrity appeared in the film called “Some ENJOY IT Hot”, where she appeared following to Marilyn Monroe. After that, she has made an appearance in lots of more, including “THE TRUE McCoys”, “The Roaring 20s”, “77 Sunset Strip”, “Wagon Teach”, “Batman”, “The Islanders”, “Hawaiian Eyes”, “Hennesey”, “Gunsmoke”, “The Untouchables”, “Bat Masterson”, “Bewitched” and “The Riffleman”. As an celebrity Whitney first starred in the film Mystery Range in 1947. Furthermore, she is known on her behalf profession in music. In the 1960s and the 1970s, she wished to turn into a singer and belonged for some music groupings and orchestras, like the Keith Williams Orchestra. Grace Lee Whitney net worthy of: Grace Lee Whitney was an American celebrity and singer who acquired a net worthy of of $2 million. In the same calendar year, she managed to come in “Irma la Douce”. She was most widely known for playing the function of Janice Rand on the tv screen series Superstar Trek. The celebrity was created in 1930 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Hence, her TV function made her a lot more named an actress. Hence, these productions also have added up a whole lot of revenues to the entire sum of Grace Lee Whitney net worthy of. Whitney also starred as Janice Rand in the celeb Trek: The FILM. She played other functions in the movies Superstar Trek III: The Seek out Spock, Superstar Trek IV: The Voyage House, and Superstar Trek VI: The Undiscovered Nation. She also starred in the movies The Texan Meets Calamity Jane, Home of Wax, Best Banana, The Naked and the Dead, Some ENJOY IT Sizzling hot, Pocketful of Miracles, and THE PERSON from Galveston. Whitney was the initial Chicken of the ocean mermaid and authored her autobiography The Longest Trek: My Tour of the Galaxy in 1998. Grace Lee Whitney passed on on, may 1, 2015 at 85 years old.

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Quick Facts

Full NameGrace Lee Whitney
Net Worth$2 Million
Date Of BirthApril 1, 1930
DiedMay 1, 2015, Coarsegold, California, United States, May 1, 2015, Coarsegold, California, United States
Height1.73 m, 1.73 m
ProfessionActor, Singer, Entertainer, Actor, Singer, Entertainer
NationalityAmerican, American
SpouseJack Dale, Sydney Stevan Dweck, Jack Dale, Sydney Stevan Dweck
ChildrenScott Whitney, Scott Whitney
MoviesStar Trek: Of Gods and Men, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Irma la Douce, The Texan Meets Calamity Jane, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Irma la Douce, The Texan Meets Calamity Jane

Interesting Facts

1 Since she has passed away, William Shatner is now the oldest living cast member of the original Star Trek (1966) series.
2 Moved to Coarsegold, California in 1993 and continued her fellowship work in Fresno and Madera Counties, completely dedicating her life to helping herself and others find daily sobriety and a higher power out of addiction. She wanted to be known more as a survivor of addiction than as a Star Trek (1966) cast member.
3 Her famous role as Yeoman Janice Rand in the first season of Star Trek (1966) was supposed to be the lead female character. However, the producers let go of the character after the first half of the first season, much to the fans' regret. However, she was asked back for most of the Star Trek movies, reprising her role as Janice Rand.
4 According to her autobiography, "The Longest Trek: My Tour of the Galaxy", she struggled with and overcame alcoholism and drug addiction, particularly marijuana.
5 In 1998, she appeared in an episode of Diagnosis Murder (1993) with her Star Trek (1966) castmates George Takei, Walter Koenig and Majel Barrett.
6 Best known by the public (and by many sci-fi fans) for her role as Yeoman Janice Rand on the original Star Trek (1966) series.
7 Was a professional singer before becoming an actress, and at one point, toured with Red Ingle and his band.
8 Had appeared in episodes of three different series with George Takei: Star Trek (1966), Star Trek: Voyager (1995) and Diagnosis Murder (1993).
9 Two Star Trek action figures were made in the likeness of her Star Trek character, Yeoman Janice Rand.
10 Had a singing group called "Star", with which she regularly entertained at nightclubs and at Star Trek conventions.
11 Mother of Jonathan Dweck and Scott Whitney.


1 Deep sultry voice
2 Voluptuous figure
3 Sparkling blue eyes
4 Platinum blonde hair


1 [2013] When I told the fans I was an alcoholic, they all applauded. When I told them I had given myself to a higher power, they cheered again. I'm in a great place because I've gone full circle.
2 [on her termination from the original Star Trek (1966) series] They wanted William Shatner to have romances in each episode with a different person, because for him to be stuck with one woman was not good for him and it wasn't good for the audience. That's what they told me, so I was written out. There were two blonde girls and one black girl. Nichelle Nichols was a more important character and couldn't be written out. Everything's political in America. One of the blondes have to go. The other one was engaged to the boss, so guess who went? I just about killed myself. I drank, that's what we do, we drink to get rid of pain. I was really mad. My God, was I bitter.
3 [interview in iFMagazine, September 2006, asked for her opinion on Star Trek (2009) being a prequel film] I don't know how that's going to go. I just don't know about that. I don't know how fans will react to that. How can you go back beyond the classic Trek? They tried that on Star Trek: Enterprise (2001), but did it go, did it work? I think Scott Bakula was terrific on that show. But it didn't last as long as some of the others, and I wonder what happened and why that is.
4 [interview in iFMagazine, September 2006, on Star Trek: Of Gods and Men (2007)] It's cute because I have a nice interchange with Pavel Chekov, and I have a nice interchange with Uhura. It's like old times. It's all very déj
5 [interview in iFMagazine, October 2006, asked if she is surprised at how popular the original Star Trek (1966) series has become] Oh, yeah. It was an acting gig and we thought that Spock was weird and we thought the only reason we were being hired was to sell color television sets, and wasn't Kirk cute? I mean, gosh, he was cute! I was in the middle of the both of them [Kirk and Spock]. Then after the series, I went on to do Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979), and that was supposed to be a series originally. They wrote it as a series, and when Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) came out, Paramount jumped off the roof and they went into the motion picture, and George Takei and I did Star Trek: Voyager (1995). That was going to be a series. We were supposed to have our own show, and they did Star Trek: Enterprise (2001) instead. It was supposed to be George and Gracie [i.e., The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (1950)] on the Excelsior.
6 [on the famous 'Yeoman Rand' basketweave hairstyle from the original Star Trek (1966) series] It was so heavy it kept listing to the left, I swear they had to nail that thing to my head! It was gorgeous Max Factor hair. It cost a lot of money and somebody stole it. I still have visions of that damn wig turning up. I go down to Skid Row for my recovery program - I'm clean and sober now - and I keep expecting to find some bag lady or drag queen wearing it!


All Grace Lee Whitney pictures



Bat Masterson 1961 TV Series Louise Talbot
Zane Grey Theater 1961 TV Series Ellen
Overland Trail 1960 TV Series Saloon Girl
Some Like It Hot 1959 Rosella (uncredited)
The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp 1958 TV Series Saloon Girl
The Naked and the Dead 1958 Girl in Dream Sequence (uncredited)
Mike Hammer 1958 TV Series Tempest Flame
The Walter Winchell File 1958 TV Series Midge
Top Banana 1954 Miss Holland (uncredited)
Star Trek: Of Gods and Men 2007 Video Janice Rand
Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II 2007 TV Series Janice Rand
Sci Fi Visionaries 2004 Video short Yeoman Janice Rand
Diagnosis Murder 1998 TV Series Encounter Group Abductee
Star Trek: Voyager 1996 TV Series Commander Janice Rand
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country 1991 Excelsior Communications Officer
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home 1986 Commander Rand
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock 1984 Woman in Cafeteria
The Kid with the 200 I.Q. 1983 TV Movie
Hart to Hart 1980 TV Series Chic Lady
Star Trek: The Motion Picture 1979 Janice Rand
The Next Step Beyond 1978 TV Series Dr. Dorothy Alsworth
Cannon 1974 TV Series Ida
The Bold Ones: The Lawyers 1970 TV Series Blonde
Death Valley Days 1962-1969 TV Series Nellie Cashman / Angela Cummings / Kat / ...
The Name of the Game 1969 TV Series Suzette
The Outsider 1969 TV Series Claire
The Virginian 1963-1968 TV Series Heather / Nina
The Big Valley 1968 TV Series Maggie
Mannix 1968 TV Series Gloria
Cimarron Strip 1968 TV Series Katie
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color 1968 TV Series Velma
Police Story 1967 TV Movie Sgt. Lilly Monroe
Ironside 1967 TV Movie Stripper (uncredited)
Rango 1967 TV Series
Batman 1967 TV Series Neila
Run for Your Life 1965-1967 TV Series Billie / Millie
Star Trek 1966 TV Series Yeoman Janice Rand Yeoman Rand
No Time for Sergeants 1965 TV Series
Bewitched 1964 TV Series Babs Livingston
Temple Houston 1964 TV Series Tangerine O'Shea
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre 1964 TV Series Mona
Wagon Train 1964 TV Series Nora
Arrest and Trial 1964 TV Series Sally Burns
The Outer Limits 1964 TV Series Carla Duveen
Kraft Suspense Theatre 1963 TV Series Blonde
The Man from Galveston 1963 Texas Rose
77 Sunset Strip 1961-1963 TV Series Natasha / Flame / Binnie Clark / ...
Irma la Douce 1963 Kiki the Cossack
The Untouchables 1962-1963 TV Series Fran / Penny
Critic's Choice 1963 Minor Role (uncredited)
The Eleventh Hour 1962 TV Series Dawn
Ensign O'Toole 1962 TV Series Rita Shaw
Surfside 6 1961-1962 TV Series Wendy Peters / Bernice / Lorraine Eldridge
The New Breed 1962 TV Series Beth
Frontier Circus 1962 TV Series Circus Blonde
The Rifleman 1962 TV Series Rose
Gunsmoke 1962 TV Series Pearl
Hawaiian Eye 1962 TV Series Marcia Vail
A Public Affair 1962 Tracey Phillips
The Detectives 1961-1962 TV Series Darlene / Susie Jackson
The Roaring 20's 1961-1962 TV Series Lily / Ginger
King of Diamonds 1962 TV Series
Hennesey 1961 TV Series
Pocketful of Miracles 1961 Queenie's 'Broad' in Black Dress (uncredited)
General Electric Theater 1961 TV Series Audrey Henderson
The Real McCoys 1961 TV Series Mrs. Lomax
Michael Shayne 1961 TV Series Gloria / Ginnie Maxwell
The Islanders 1961 TV Series Barbara


Spotlight on Grace Lee Whitney 2000 TV Movie performer: "USS Enterprise", "Venice to Balboa" / writer: "USS Enterprise", "Venice to Balboa"


Spotlight on Grace Lee Whitney 2000 TV Movie


Get a Life! 2012 TV Movie documentary special thanks
The Captains 2011 Documentary the producers wish to thank


The Captains 2011 Documentary Herself
Bring Back... Star Trek 2009 TV Movie documentary Herself
Spotlight on Grace Lee Whitney 2000 TV Movie Herself
Trekkies 1997 Documentary Herself

Archive Footage

Spacelift: Transporting Trek Into the 21st Century 2011 Video short Janice Rand
How William Shatner Changed the World 2005 TV Movie documentary Yeoman Janice Rand
Kiss 'N' Tell: Romance in the 23rd Century 2004 Video short Janice Rand

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