Joyce Randolph Net Worth

How much is Joyce Randolph worth?

Net Worth:$12 Million
Profession:Professional actress
Date of Birth:21 October 1924
Country:United States of America
1.65 m

About Joyce Randolph

Randolph is the only member of the original cast of The Honeymooners who is still alive. The original cast featured Jackie Gleason as Ralph Kramden, Art Carney as Ed Norton, Audrey Meadows as Alice Kramden, and Randolph as Thelma “Trixie” Norton. Randolph is the only member of the original cast who is still alive.

Joyce Randolph has an estimated net worth of $12 million dollars, as of 2023. Her most well-known role is that of Trixie Norton in the sitcom The Honeymooners.

Detroit, Michigan is where Randolph’s birth took place. She began her acting career with the Wayne University Workshop when she was a teenager. After completing her high school education, she went on to pursue a career in retail sales at a Saks Fifth Avenue store located in the city of Detroit. She went to an audition for the traveling production of Stage Door when it was playing in Detroit, was cast in the show, and continued to perform for the remainder of the tour. In 1943, she made the trip to New York City in order to pursue a career in acting. She appeared on Broadway and in a number of television shows over her career.

In 1951, she was requested to participate in a sketch on Cavalcade of Stars, which was a variety show hosted by Jackie Gleason and broadcast on the DuMont Television Network. Gleason had seen her in an advertisement for Clorets. She was offered the role of Trixie in The Honeymooners not long after that. She was referred to as the “Garbo of Detroit” by a number of columnists based in New York. “That is still a mystery… When I was in Detroit, I was nobody. Why Garbo? “Well, she was of Scandinavian descent, and so was I,” said Randolph in response.

On October 3, 1955, the day after the first episode of The Honeymooners aired on television, Randolph wed Richard Lincoln Charles, a wealthy marketing professional. Richard Charles passed away in 1997, when he was 74 years old. Randolph Richard Charles, their son, was born in 1960 and works in marketing executive positions.

According to Randolph’s assertions, it was impossible for her to request that Gleason provide her with further lines. Randolph remarked, “You do not even talk to Jackie, let alone ask for anything.” Jackie was the recipient of Randolph’s criticism. “He did not talk much, and he did not like to rehearse very much,” said his coworkers. Joyce described the intense workload involved in the production of the show, which required shooting all 39 episodes in the span of a single calendar year. In spite of her assertion that there was not much interaction between the cast members, she said that everybody was present every Saturday to record the show in front of a real studio audience.

Ladies Night in a Turkish Bath was the name of the play that Randolph appeared in on Broadway. After she became known for her portrayal of the Norton character, she was cast in comparatively few other roles. “Directors would say: ‘No, we can not use her.'” Those were the words that Randolph recalled hearing for many years after she played that role. She is far too well known by her nickname, Trixie.” She played in summer stock musicals, filmed commercials, and had a few cameo appearances on TV shows, including her revival of Trixie Norton in the 1991 episode “Fur Flies” of the show Hi Honey, I am Home! (together with Audrey Meadows returning her role as Alice Kramden).

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