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Gretchen Corbett Biography, Age, Family, Married, Movies,Net Worth

Gretchen Corbett Biography

Gretchen (Gretchen Hoyt Corbett) Corbett is an American actress, well known for her role of Beth Davenport In the television series The Rockford Files from 1974 to 1978. He is as well known to be the part of the 1995 movie Without Evidence.

Gretchen Corbett Age

Corbett was born on 13th of August 1945, in Camp Sherman, Oregon, United States. She is 72 years old as of 2018.

Gretchen Corbett Family | Young

She was born the only child of Henry Ladd Corbett Jr. and Katherine Minahen Corbett. She as well belongs to white ethnicity and her birth sign is Leo. There is also no information about her early life and how she was raised up.

Gretchen Corbett Married | Husband | Daughter

Corbett is a married woman, she got married to Canadian film, television, and theatre actor Robin Gammell. The pair has a daughter Winslow Corbett born in 1979, in Portland, Oregon. She is also an actress like her mother. The pair lives at there home in Portland, Oregon. Apart from her husband, there have been no link ups or hookups concerning her.

Gretchen Corbett Education

Corbett was enrolled and later finished her early education from Catlin Gabel School Carnegie. She then joined and later graduated from Mellon University in Drama.

Gretchen Corbett Career

Corbett began his career in a television role was on ABC’s short-lived police detective show, N.Y.P.D., in 1968. In an episode called “The Case of the Shady Lady”, Corbett played a dancer who tries to make her husband’s suicide into a murder for the insurance money. She had supporting roles in Out of It in 1969 with Jon Voight, and as a mute in Let’s Scare Jessica to Death in 1971.

Gretchen Corbett

She later moved to Los Angeles under contract to Universal Studios, as one of the last contract players. She played her first role under contract was Kojak: Conspiracy of Fear in 1973. She later had recurring roles on Marcus Welby, M.D., Otherworld, Ellery Queen, and Love Is a Many Splendored Thing, and guest roles on such series as Wonder Woman, Emergency!, Barnaby Jones, Hawaii Five-O, Columbo: An Exercise in Fatality, Gunsmoke, McMillan & Wife, Barbary Coast, Banacek, One Day at a Time, Family, Otherworld, Murder, She Wrote, Cheers, and Magnum, P.I.

He later joined the cast of NBC’s The Rockford Files where she played Beth Davenport in 1974, the beleaguered lawyer and sometimes lover of series lead Jim Rockford, a private investigator portrayed by James Garner. He later left the series at the end of the fourth season over a dispute between the show’s producers and Universal, who owned Corbett’s contract as a contract player. Corbett did more TV work, eventually returning to play Davenport again in the Rockford Files TV movies of the 1990s.

She stage appeared in After the Rain with Alec McCowen (Broadway), Forty Carats with Julie Harris (Broadway), Shakespeare’s Henry VI (New York Shakespeare Festival), Shaw’s Arms and the Man (The Sheridan Square), Iphigeneia at Aulis with Irene Papas (Circle in the Square), The Government Inspector with David Dukes and John Glover (The Phoenix Theatre), and The Survival of St. Joan (The Anderson Theatre).

She as well worked in many regional theatres, including the Long Wharf Theatre, the Berkshire Theatre Festival, the Eugene O’Neill Festival, Seattle Repertory Theatre, and the Repertory Theatre of New Orleans. In 2014, she directed the production “Bo-Nita” at Portland Center Stage.

Gretchen Corbett Net Worth

Corbett enjoys an estimated net worth of $16 million. Her major source of income comes from her acting career in films and television series. She has appeared in many movies and television series, she as well earned an average salary ranging from $60 thousand to $120 thousand for her role in television series and films.

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