Jeanne Crain was an American actress. She was born on May 25, 1925, in Barstow, California, USA. Jeanne Crain measurements 36-24-36, 5 feet 4 inches tall, and weight 56 kg.
In 1941, she attended St. Mary’s Academy and then graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles, in 1952. On December 31, 1945, she married Paul Frederick Brinkman. She made her first appearance on a screen posting in 1943 in a bathing costume in Busby Berkeley’s garish The Gang’s All Here.
She appeared in more than 60 movies in her three-decade-long career. Some of these famous movies are Margie, State Fair, People Will Talk, pinky, and numerous TV shows such as Playhouse 90, Goodyear Theatre, The Ford Television Theatre, and The Name of the Game. She was the most beautiful actress of that era with green eyes and red hair. On December 14, 2003, she died of a heart attack in Santa Barbara, California.
Jeanne Crain Personal Details
|Real Name||Jeanne Elizabeth Crain|
|Date of Birth||25-05-1925|
|Place of Birth||Barstow, California, USA|
|Profession / Occupation||Actress|
Jeanne Crain Measurements
|Height||5 feet 4 inches|
|Breast Size||36 inches|
|Bra, Cup Size||36B|
Jeanne Crain Family Details
|Spouse / Husband Name||Paul Brinkman|
|Father Name||George A.Grain|
|Mother Name||Loretta Carr|
|Children||Paul Brinkman, Christopher Brinkman, Michael Anthony Brinkman, Jeanine Brinkman, Timothy Brinkman, Lisabette Brinkman, Maria Brinkman|
Jeanne Crain Net Worth:
An American actress, Jeanne Crain’s net worth was estimated to be around $400,000 at the time of her death. She left fox studios in 1956, and at that time she was earning $3,500 a week.
She was a well-known and famous actress from the United States. Her primary source of income was from acting career.
Interesting Facts about Jeanne Crain:
- Jeanne Crain played a leading role in the 1949 film Pinky, for which she received a nomination for Best Actress.
- In Long Beach, Florida, she won the “Miss Camera Girl of 1942” title and given a contract by Fox.
- She died on December 14, 2003, just 12 days before the release of the remake of the film, Cheaper by the Dozen, starring Steve Martin.
- She was the mother of seven children. Christopher Brinkman, her youngest son was the original lead guitarist for the rock group Jane’s Addiction. He died in 1997, due to a drug overdose.
- Crain was a brilliant ice skater. She busied herself with other interests, mainly sculpting and painting.