Karen Steele Age, Death, Biography, Career, Movies, Net Worth, Family

About Karen Steele

Karen Steele was one of the highest-paid and versatile American actresses and models who were well known for her role in Virginia in Marty, as Mrs. Lane in Ride Lonesome, and as Eve McHuron in the Star Trek episode “Mudd’s Women.


Karen Steele’s nickname was Karen Steele, and she was born on 20 March 1931, in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, and she died on 12 March 1988, Kingman Regional Medical Center, Kingman, Arizona, United States. Her zodiac sign is Pisces, by profession, she was a Hollywood actress, her ethnicity is White and her nationality is American. [1]wikipedia

Physical  Stats

Her height is approx 5 feet 6 inches, in meters 1.68 m and her weight is approx 58 kg, in pounds 128 lbs. Her body shape is slim and wore a dress size of 4 (US) & a shoe size of 9 (US). Her body measurement is 33-25-35 inches and her cup size is 33B, her waist size is 25 inches and her hip size is 35 inches.

She looks pretty with her blue eyes and Blonde color of hair, she is very fit and conscious about related to her health, she always takes care of her looks and appearance, for this, she went regularly to the gym. 


Karen was born to Percy Davis Steele, Ruth Covey Merritt.

Personal Life

Karen completed her higher education at the University of Hawaii and Rollins College.


Karen was nominated by Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Relationship & more

Karen got married to Maurice Ruland (m. 1973–1988).

Favorite Things


Money Factor

The estimated net worth according to 2019 is $ 1.5 million.


Karen started her career as a Model. Her first debut role as the gig was a radio drama, Let George Do It. She also appeared as a guest appearance in episodes of Maverick, Perry Mason, and Flipper. [2]IMDB

Some unknown facts about

Karen died of cancer at age 56 at the Kingman Regional Medical Center in Kingman, Arizona.


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