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Jo Anne Worley est une Actrice Américaine née le 6 septembre 1937 à Lowell (Etats-Unis)

Jo Anne Worley

Jo Anne Worley
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Nationalité Etats-Unis
Naissance 6 septembre 1937 (83 ans) à Lowell (Etats-Unis)

Jo Anne Worley est une actrice américaine née le 6 septembre 1936 à Lowell, dans l'Indiana (États-Unis).

Biographie

Worley was born in Lowell, Indiana, the third of five children. In 1937, her father remarried and his second union gave her two half-brothers and two half-sisters.

Always known for her loud voice, Worley once said that when she attended church as a little girl, she never sang the hymns but would only lip-synch them for fear that she would drown out everyone else. Before graduating from high school, she was named School Comedienne.

After graduating from high school in 1955, Worley moved to Blauvelt, New York, where she began her professional career as a member of the Pickwick Players. This led to a drama scholarship to Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas.

After studying at Midwestern for two years, she moved to Los Angeles to study at Los Angeles City College and the Pasadena Playhouse. She was soon given her first musical role in a production of Wonderful Town. In 1961, she received her first major break when she appeared in the musical revue Billy Barnes People in Los Angeles; this production moved to Broadway, where it ran for only six performances. However, the New York Times reviewer wrote: "Jo Anne Worley has an earthy style that suggests she could be a rowdy commedienne." In 1964, Worley was selected to appear as a stand-in on the original Broadway production of Hello, Dolly! One year later, she created her own nightclub act in Greenwich Village, where she was discovered by Merv Griffin in 1966.

Impressed by Worley's talents, Griffin engaged her to be one of his primary guest stars on his show, where she made approximately 40 appearances on The Merv Griffin Show.
In 1966, she appeared Off-Broadway in The Mad Show, a musical revue based on Mad Magazine. In 1967, her stint on Griffin's show led to her discovery by George Schlatter, who soon cast her in Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In.

In 1970, she left Laugh-In to pursue other projects and has made guest appearances on several television series, including Hot Dog, Love, American Style, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, The Andy Williams Show, Adam-12, Emergency!, and different game shows such as Super Password, Hollywood Squares, and the many versions of Pyramid. She continued working in various movies, television series, and theatrical performances (original productions and revivals alike) over the years; and she also became known for her work as a voice provider for several cartoons, animated movies, and video games. Her voice work includes Nutcracker Fantasy (1979), the Disney movies Beauty and the Beast (1991), A Goofy Movie (1995), Belle's Magical World (1998), and the voice of the Wardrobe in the video game Kingdom Hearts II (2005). She remains involved with Disney, making cameos in several Disney Channel sitcoms such as Kim Possible playing the role of Bonnie Rockwaller's mother, Wizards of Waverly Place, and Jessie.

She performed in regional theater, such as the Melody Top Theater in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she appeared in Gypsy: A Musical Fable as Rose (1984), Annie Get Your Gun (1982), Hello Dolly! (1980), Anything Goes (1978) and Once Upon a Mattress (1974), She also appeared at the Welk Dinner Theater in San Diego, California in Same Time, Next Year in 1985., Call Me Madam at the California Music Theatre, Pasadena, California, in 1987, and Nunsense at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, La Mirada, California, in 1991.

In 1989, she returned to Broadway to appear in Prince of Central Park, but the show was canceled after one performance. Worley was cast as the Wicked Witch of the West in a 1999 musical production of The Wizard of Oz, directed and adapted by Robert Johanson, with Mickey Rooney playing the eponymous role. The production had a limited run at the Pantages Theater, Hollywood, California and at the Theater at Madison Square Garden, and she also joined the limited US tour. Worley played Mrs. Tottendale in the Broadway musical, The Drowsy Chaperone at the Marquis Theatre from July through December 2007.

From January 8 until August 24, 2008, she played the role of Madame Morrible in the Los Angeles production of Wicked.

Jo Anne Worley continues to perform today in New York City and Los Angeles, and she has also given lectures. She is currently President of Actors and Others for Animals, and serves on its board of directors.

Le plus souvent avec

Frank Welker
Frank Welker
(5 films)
Jim Cummings
Jim Cummings
(4 films)
Robby Benson
Robby Benson
(3 films)
Paige O'Hara
Paige O'Hara
(3 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmographie de Jo Anne Worley (11 films)

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Actrice

Belle's Tales of Friendship, 1h10
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Animation
Thèmes Musique, Films pour enfants
Acteurs Paige O'Hara, Shawn Pyfrom, Robby Benson, Kirsten Storms, Jim Cummings, Christine Cavanaugh
Rôle Armoire (voice)
Note62% 3.1186753.1186753.1186753.1186753.118675
Belle owns and works at her music and bookstore in France. A group of children walk into the store eager to hear Belle's stories, as she is noted to be a great storyteller. Belle agrees to tell a story, but the gang also play games and learn some simple lessons about life. Belle narrates two classic Disney cartoons, The Three Little Pigs and Peter and the Wolf, while the children help Belle clean the bookstore. She also reads The Wise Little Hen and Morris the Midget Moose, but Shawn and Harmony will not help make chili for the group. Along the way, Belle adds music and interacts with the children.
Le Monde magique de la Belle et la Bête, 1h10
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Animation
Thèmes Mise en scène d'un animal, Mise en scène d'un chien, Musique, Films pour enfants, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Acteurs Paige O'Hara, Robby Benson, David Ogden Stiers, Jerry Orbach, Kimmy Robertson, Frank Welker
Rôle Wardrobe (l'Armoire)
Note54% 2.7009352.7009352.7009352.7009352.700935
Trois histoires de contes de fées racontées par Belle, encore prisonnière du château de la Bête.
Dingo et Max, 1h14
Réalisé par Kevin Lima
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Comédie, Comédie musicale, Fantasy, Aventure, Musical, Animation, Romance
Thèmes Mise en scène d'un animal, Le thème de l'éducation, Transport, Automobile, Mise en scène d'un chien, Musique, Road movie, Buddy movie, Films pour enfants
Acteurs Bill Farmer, James Marsden, Jason Marsden, Rob Paulsen, Jim Cummings, Aaron Lohr
Rôle Miss Maples
Note68% 3.4011053.4011053.4011053.4011053.401105
Max, le fils de Dingo, est un adolescent rebelle, amoureux de la belle Roxanne et prêt à tout pour la séduire, même s'il lui faut renier son père. Avec l'aide de ses amis, il dérange la remise des prix de fin d'année en imitant le chanteur favori de Roxanne pour impressionner sa bien-aimée. Il lui annonce même qu'il va aller voir le concert de Powerline, la plus grande star pop adulée par toute l'école secondaire, sur une scène de Los Angeles. Malheureusement pour lui, Dingo a décidé qu'il était temps de resserrer les liens et de l'emmener en camping pour pêcher. Max va alors tout faire pour emmener son père à Los Angeles…
La Belle et la Bête, 1h24
Réalisé par Kirk Wise, Gary Trousdale
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Fantastique, Comédie dramatique, Comédie musicale, Fantasy, Musical, Animation, Romance
Thèmes Magie, La musique, Politique, Psychologie, Musique, Politique, Films pour enfants, Mise en scène d'une plante, Royauté
Acteurs Paige O'Hara, Robby Benson, Richard White, Jerry Orbach, David Ogden Stiers, Angela Lansbury
Rôle Wardrobe (l'Armoire)
Note79% 3.99743.99743.99743.99743.9974
Après le prologue, l'histoire se déroule dans un petit village provincial français , entouré d'une forêt profonde et montagneuse proche dudit château. Une jeune et belle fille prénommée Belle vit avec son père Maurice. Elle est rêveuse et romantique. Les habitants du village vantent sa beauté mais la trouvent étrange en raison de sa passion pour les livres et sa manière de se comporter avec eux. Tandis que les villageois chantent, Belle se rend chez le libraire.
Nutcracker Fantasy, 1h22
Origine Japon
Genres Fantasy, Musical, Animation
Thèmes Jeu, La musique, Noël, Musique, Jouet, Films pour enfants
Acteurs Melissa Gilbert, Christopher Lee, Roddy McDowall, Michele Lee, Lurene Tuttle, Jo Anne Worley
Rôle Reine Morphée
Note63% 3.1566153.1566153.1566153.1566153.156615
Ce film reprend l'histoire du conte d'E.T.A. Hoffmann, Casse-Noisette et le Roi des souris. Il a été réalisé en deux versions, une en japonais et une en anglais.
Un candidat au poil, 1h31
Réalisé par Robert Stevenson
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Comédie, Fantasy
Thèmes Mise en scène d'un animal, Sport, Mise en scène d'un chien, Films pour enfants, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Acteurs Dean Jones, Suzanne Pleshette, Tim Conway, Keenan Wynn, Dick Van Patten, Jo Anne Worley
Rôle Katrinta Muggelberg
Note58% 2.9497252.9497252.9497252.9497252.949725
Un politicien remporte les élections, mais il se transforme peu à peu en chien.
The Feminist and the Fuzz, 1h30
Réalisé par Jerry Paris
Genres Comédie
Acteurs Barbara Eden, David Hartman, Jo Anne Worley, Herb Edelman, Julie Newmar, John McGiver
Rôle Debby Inglefinger
Note61% 3.0543253.0543253.0543253.0543253.054325
Dr. Jane Bowers (Barbara Eden) is a women's lib advocate who meets male chauvinist police officer Jerry Frazer (David Hartman) while engaging in a protest rally. Then, she is forced by a housing shortage to reach an unusual agreement with Jerry to share an apartment.
Head
Head (1968)
, 1h26
Réalisé par Bob Rafelson
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Comédie, Comédie musicale, Fantasy, Aventure, Musical
Thèmes Magie, La mer, La musique, Politique, Transport, Mettant en scène une sirène, Musique, Politique
Acteurs Victor Mature, Peter Tork, Teri Garr, Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith
Rôle Woman in Playtex Bra Ad
Note65% 3.298123.298123.298123.298123.29812
Head begins at the dedication of a bridge. A politician is supposed to give a speech but there is a barrage of feedback from the microphone. Suddenly the Monkees (further) interrupt the ceremony by running through the assembled officials to sound of horns and sirens. The rest of the film has no overriding plot but consists of a series of vignettes highlighting the unpleasant aspects of being public figures. There is a conflict and a resolution, but the film is essentially plotless; as the opening song related: "We hope you like our story/Although there isn't one/That is to say, there's many/That way, there is more fun!" Rather, it is a seemingly stream of consciousness stringing-together of musical numbers, satires of various film genres, elements of psychedelia, and references to topical issues such as the Vietnam War. The distorted consciousness and psychedelia elements resemble an LSD trip.. Recurring images include a black box in which the group are trapped, a desert location, and a gigantic Victor Mature.
Un pilote dans la Lune, 1h38
Réalisé par James Neilson, Joseph L. McEveety
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Science-fiction, Comédie, Science-fiction humoristique
Thèmes L'espace, Sur la Lune, Comédie de science-fiction, Politique, Space opera, Films pour enfants
Acteurs Tom Tryon, Edmond O'Brien, Brian Keith, Dany Saval, Tommy Kirk, Bob Sweeney
Note54% 2.7152952.7152952.7152952.7152952.715295
L'astronaute capitaine Richmond Talbot se porte accidentellement volontaire pour faire le premier vol habité autour de la lune. On lui ordonne de garder secret le prochain vol autour de la lune même pour sa famille. En raison du secret de la mission, il est mis sous la protection de diverses agences de sécurité vigilantes. Malgré toutes les précautions, Lyrae s'approche de Talbot, une belle et mystérieuse fille "étrangère", qui semble savoir tout de la mission de l'astronaute et l'avertit de défauts possibles dans son vaisseau spatial. La comédie s'ensuit quand les agences diverses supposent qu'elle est un espion étranger.