About Joanne Whalley
Joanne Whalley is an English actress who is 60 years old. She is best remembered for her roles in the films The Secret Rapture, Scandal, Dance with a Stranger, and Mother’s Boys. After marrying actor Val Kilmer in 1988, Joanne was credited as Joanne Whalley-Kilmer.
For the 1985 BBC serial Edge of Darkness, Whalley was nominated for a BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress, and for the 2011 series The Borgias, she was nominated for a Best Actress Golden Nymph Award. Her other television roles include Sister Maggie in Daredevil, the 1986 BBC serial The Singing Detective, the title role in the 2000 CBS TV film Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, Pontius Pilate’s wife Claudia in A.D., a 2015 NBC series.
||Joanne Whalley Kilmer
|Date Of Birth
||August 25, 1961
||Salford, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
||5 feet 2 inches
||Val Kilmer’s (Ex-Wife)
||County Borough of Salford
Joanne Whalley was married to Val Kilmer, an American actor. He was the first person she met while working on the film Willow. In 1988, the two fell in love right away and exchanged wedding vows.
While she was married to Val, she had two children named Mercedes and Jack. Even while raising her two children, Whalley took time off from performing. On July 21, 1995, the couple filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason.
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|Estimated Net Worth in 2022 (Approx)
Joanne Whalley’s net worth is expected to be approximately $5 million in 2022. This includes her funds, property, and earnings. She earns the most money from her acting and singing careers. Despite having a good fortune from her different sources of income, she wants to live a modest lifestyle. Her acting profession has netted her a sizable money. Whalley’s ex-husband, Val, is expected to pay her $27,500 per month in child support.
Joanne did, however, assert a few years ago that Val is not paying child support. She then wanted Val’s property in New Mexico, which was valued at $18.5 million. She was claiming the property in exchange for the money she was due by Val Kilmer.
Joanne Whalley was born in Salford, England, on August 25, 1961, and then moved to Levenshulme and then Stockport, Cheshire. She went to Bredbury Comprehensive School before moving to Romiley to study at Harrytown Convent Girls’ School and Marple’s Braeside School of Speech & Drama.
Whalley made his television debut as a kid in the shows How We Used to Live and Juliet Bravo, as well as recurring roles in soap operas such as Coronation Street and Emmerdale. In Pink Floyd’s The Wall, she played a non-speaking groupie, and in Birth of the Beatles, she played a young Beatles.
Joanne began her career as a young actor in shows such as How We Used To Live and Juliet Bravo. She also starred in the television shows Emmerdale and Coronation Street. She had a brief stint as a singer in the pop group Cindy & The Saffrons as she grew up. In addition, she was a member of the band Slowguns. She did, however, leave the band before their two songs were released.
Whalley gained notoriety in 1982 for her portrayal of Ingrid Rothwell in the television adaptation of the novel A Kind of Loving. However, her breakout part came in 1985, when she played Emma Craven in the drama series Edge of Darkness. She then went on to provide another incredible performance in the TV series The Singing Detective.
After marrying actor Val Kilmer in 1987, Joanne relocated to Los Angeles. Then, in contrast to British programmes and films, she appeared more in Hollywood. Christine Keeler was her character in the 1989 drama film Scandal. After two years, she made a cameo in the psychological thriller Shattered in 1991.
Whalley played Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis in the 2000 television film Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. She went on to play Queen Mary I in the BBC’s serial The Virgin Queen. Whalley played Vannozza de Cattaneo in the historical drama series The Borgias in 2011.
Her most recent film work includes Love Is Love Is Love, which is set to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2020. The film’s international debut has been rescheduled for September 2020 at the Deauville American Film Festival, because to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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