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Pat Crowley (Patricia Margaret Crowley) was born on 17 September, 1933 in Olyphant, Pennsylvania, USA, is an Actress, Soundtrack. Discover Pat Crowley's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 88 years old?

Popular As Patricia Margaret Crowley
Occupation actress,soundtrack
Age 89 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 17 September 1933
Birthday 17 September
Birthplace Olyphant, Pennsylvania, USA
Nationality USA

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Pat Crowley Height, Weight & Measurements

At 89 years old, Pat Crowley height is 5' 5" (1.65 m) .

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Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)
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Who Is Pat Crowley's Husband?

Her husband is Andy Friendly (5 April 1986 - present), Ed Hookstratten (2 February 1957 - ?) ( divorced) ( 2 children)

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Husband Andy Friendly (5 April 1986 - present), Ed Hookstratten (2 February 1957 - ?) ( divorced) ( 2 children)
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Pat Crowley Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2022. So, how much is Pat Crowley worth at the age of 89 years old? Pat Crowley’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from USA. We have estimated Pat Crowley's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2021 Pending
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Source of Income Actress

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Timeline

2012

More recently, she has graced episodes of "The Closer" and "Cold Case" and a featured role in the film Mont Reve (2012).

2005

In December of 2005 she and her husband Andy Friendly were among the passengers on a Los Angeles-to-Honolulu flight in which a 37-year-old Mexican passenger began acting erratically and threatening other passengers. He had to be restrained with plastic handcuffs. Andy was one of the passengers who helped restrain him.

1994

Played John Bennett Perry's wife in both Friends (1994) and The Closer (2005).

1993

A guest on such sitcoms as Frasier (1993), Roseanne (1988) and Friends (1994), recurring roles on Joe Forrester (1975) (perfectly paired with Lloyd Bridges), Dynasty (1981) and Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990) also showed Pat to good advantage.

1989

Crowley is best known to a later generation of viewers for her regular roles on daytime's Generations (1989) (1989-1990), Port Charles (1997) (1997-2003) and The Bold and the Beautiful (1987) (2005).

1965

At her peak she courted top TV stardom in the mid-'60s as the beleaguered wife and mom on the successful series Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1965) and easily made the original Doris Day film role her own. Both she and TV husband Mark Miller made a handsome couple and the series deserved more than its two-season run. Perhaps audience taste, which was changing rapidly with the counterculture era taking over, triggered its somewhat quick demise.

It was in the sitcom vein that Pat achieved her biggest success when she was cast as "Joan Nash", the nontraditional, harried wife/columnist of an English professor whose four precocious sons and huge sheep dog added greatly to the mayhem in Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1965). Based on the best-selling Jean Kerr book, it was a role that suited Pat (now billed Patricia) to a tee and made her a household name at the time. Since then, Patricia has continued to maintain a strong visibility especially on TV, although she was not given the star-making opportunities like this again.

1964

(1964)) and the occasional comedy (The Tab Hunter Show (1960)).

1961

Her father, Vincent Crowley, died at age 58 of a heart attack in New York on January 22, 1961.

1960

When her film career started to lose steam in the late 50s (she did appear to good effect, however, with Jeffrey Hunter in the crime drama Key Witness (1960) as a couple terrorized by gang leader Dennis Hopper), Pat found steadier work on TV and guested on many of the popular shows of the day both drama Bonanza (1959), Cheyenne (1955), The Twilight Zone (1959), The Man from U. N. C. L. E.

1958

In 1958 Patricia married Ed Hookstratten, a successful attorney for top entertainment and sports icons. They had a son, Jon, and a daughter, Ann, named after her sister.

1956

Met her future husband, Ed Hookstratten, who was appearing on the Los Angeles stage in "Kiss Me Kate", while she was filming Hollywood or Bust (1956).

1955

While much of her work came from dramatic TV showcases, Pat continued in movie roles co-starring as the girlfriend of Tony Curtis in the boxing yarn The Square Jungle (1955), appearing as the female ingénue in the sudsy drama There's Always Tomorrow (1955) opposite veterans Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray and Joan Bennett, and reuniting with Martin & Lewis in their very last film Hollywood or Bust (1956) before the pair's professional breakup.

1954

From there, she played the second female lead in the musical Red Garters (1954) but crooning headliners Rosemary Clooney and Guy Mitchell got most of the songs. Pat did have a dance number, however, opposite Mitchell with the tune "Meet a Happy Guy".

1953

She then moved engagingly into the show business comedy Forever Female (1953) co-starring William Holden and Ginger Rogers. As the young aspirant who is vying with the long-in-the-tooth Rogers for a prime Broadway ingénue role, Pat made the most of her role and earned a Golden Globe award for "best promising female newcomer".

1951

She won her first major TV part scarcely out of high school and seemed destined to become an important teen star as the bobbysoxer lead in the Saturday morning TV series A Date with Judy (1951), which was adapted from the highly popular radio series of the 1940s. When the series moved to prime time, however, another actress replaced her. Like her sister, Patricia was also musically inclined and appeared in a few tuneful stage shows such as "Tovarich" and "Kiss Me Kate" (as Bianca).

1950

A very pleasing and thoroughly enjoyable vision on 1950s film and 1960s TV, Patricia Crowley effortlessly lit up her surroundings with a warm, inviting personality and fresh-faced attractiveness that she still carries today.

Billed as "Pat Crowley", she made an auspicious Broadway debut with the relatively short-lived comedy play "Southern Exposure" in 1950, earning the 1951 Theatre World Award for "promising personality". She followed this with another short run (one day) in the comedy "Four Twelves Are 48".

After a number of early 1950s TV assignments, Pat was brought out to Hollywood to co-star with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis in one of the pair's typical slapstick outings Money from Home (1953). In it, she played a feisty lady veterinarian.

1933

Born September 17, 1933 (some sources incorrectly list 1929), in Olyphant, Pennsylvania, to Vincent, a coal mining foreman, and Helen (Swartz) Crowley, it was her older sister Ann Crowley (born October 17, 1929) who triggered Pat's interest in performing when, during Ann's appearance in a Chicago musical production, the ten-year-old Pat was given a walk-on part. Ann Crowley would go on to have a promising musical career appearing in such late 40s/early 50s N. Y. shows as "Carousel", "Oklahoma!" and "Paint Your Wagon". By age 11, Patricia had become a photographer's model and subsequently attended New York's High School of Performing Arts.