Barbara Feldon - Famous Actor

Barbara Feldon Net Worth


Barbara Feldon, famous for her role as Agent 99 on ‘Get Smart’, has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Her wealth comes from her successful acting career, which includes projects like ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E.’, ‘Mad About You’, and ‘Emily of New Moon’.

Key facts:

  • Barbara Feldon began her theater training at Pittsburgh Playhouse and graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a degree in Drama.
  • She gained attention after appearing in a comedic hair pomade ad and continued to work on various projects including 'Mr. Broadway', 'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.', and 'Mad About You'.
  • Feldon is most well-known for her role as Agent 99 on 'Get Smart'.
  • She has been nominated for two Emmy awards.

Basic Information About Barbara Feldon

CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Actors
ProfessionsModel, Actor, Writer, Presenter
Net worth$3,000,000
Date of birth1933-03-12 (91 years old)
Place of birthButler
NationalityUnited States of America
Spouse22 March - Lucien Verdoux-Feldon (Β 1958 - 21 AprilΒ 1967)Β (divorced)
Height5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ IMDb

What Movie Awards did Barbara Feldon win?


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Barbara Feldon awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
TV Land Award - Hippest Fashion Plate - FemaleWinnerGet Smart2003

Barbara Feldon roles

Movie / Series Role
Point BlankGirl in TV Commercial (uncredited)
12 O'Clock HighLt. Claire Cummings 1 episode, 1965
Reading RainbowSelf 1 episode, 1987
The Carol Burnett ShowSelf - Guest 1 episode, 1970
American ExperienceVoice-overs 1 episode, 2002
The Name of the GameCynthia Hampton 1 episode, 1970
Get Smart#99 / ... 138 episodes, 1965-1970
The NursesHildie Jackson 1 episode, 1964
FlipperErna Morley 2 episodes, 1964
Mad About YouDiane 'Spy Girl' Caldwell 1 episode, 1993
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.Mandy Stevenson 1 episode, 1965
Emily of New MoonMadame Marlena 1 episode, 1998
Laugh-InSelf / ... 6 episodes, 1967-1968
Medical CenterBarbara Dorsey 1 episode, 1973

Barbara Feldon's Quotes

  • "There's not a day when somebody doesn't smile and say, 'Oh, you're Agent 99.' I like being in a world that regards me in a friendly way." Interview with Toby Kahn, 1983.
  • I wish I could say this was a wonderful script.....It was like what I would call mind candy and it just got rid of the best perfectly good 2 hours of your life. (on her part in the film, Let's Switch! (1975).
  • I was a very loving and good friends with Don Adams in the years after Get Smart (1965) and until he died. We never really bonded during the show except as characters. He was preoccupied with the role. We just thought of ourselves as congenial business colleagues. Yes. There was an extra sweetness about them, a sense of nostalgia. And you never know when something will turn into art. I don't think it's pretentious to say it was art, maybe pop art. Every element worked. It was crafted like a comic strip, in a way. Everything had to pay off with a laugh. Don would say 'there are too many words' or 'the set up isn't right'. There was no improvisation. There is a sort of poetry to writing comedy. Poetry is very crafted. You can't have too many words. It needs compression. It has to be spare, just the right number of words. And Don's instincts were infallible. We never rehearsed. I think we got more skilled as time went on. I did. At first, I had one foot in my little girl's self and one foot in my grown-up self. You can see it in my character. By the end, I had both feet in my adult self. 99 still had an adoration for Maxwell Smart, but with more authority. (on her professional on- and off-screen friendship with Don Adams, who played Maxwell Smart)

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Interesting Facts about Barbara Feldon

  1. Won $64,000 dollars on The $64,000 Question (1955). Category: Shakespeare.
  2. When she started Get Smart (1965), she was already famous, albeit anonymously, for lolling on a tiger skin rug as she purred the praises of Top Brass hair cream.
  3. Later in life career exploits include having performed a one-woman show in the 1990s, having hosted a magazine-type syndicated TV show Special Edition (1977), and doing voice overs for commercials. She wrote a self-help book in 2003, called "Living Alone and Loving It".
  4. Raised near Pittsburgh with one sibling, a sister Patricia, Barbara Feldon graduated from Bethel Park High School (Bethel Park, Pennsylvania). Graduated from Carnegie-Mellon in 1955. Later studied drama at HB Studio in Greenwich Village in New York City.
  5. Was nearsighted as a young woman.
  6. Likes minimalist interior decoration.
  7. Pop-art quad-portrait done in 1965 by Andy Warhol.
  8. Best remembered by the public as CONTROL Agent 99 in Get Smart (1965), the character (whose real name is never learned, even after she marries Maxwell Smart), was named "most stylish secret agent" at the 2004 TV Land Hall of Fame awards.
  9. Says that she enjoys writing poetry, studying, and "living."
  10. The youngest cast member of Get Smart (1965), she gave her year of birth as 1941 for many years.
  11. In 1968, during the original run of the series, she began a relationship with Get Smart (1965) producer, Burt Nodella. The relationship ended in 1979.
  12. Currently resides in New York City [May 2020].

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