Claim to Fame
I Dream of Jeannie
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Abraham Lincoln High School, San Francisco, CA (1949)
City College of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Full Name at Birth
Barbara Jean Morehead
Harrison Connor Huffman (stepfather), Hubert Henry Moorhead
Alice Mary Franklin
Alison Scanlon (younger sister)
son Matthew Ansara, Ex-mother-in-law of Julie Ansara, Aunt of Katherine Fugate, Grandfather, Charles Benjamin Franklin, Grandmother, Frances Elvira O'Leary Franklin, aunt Marjorie Franklin Shumaker, uncle Grandvell Moore Shumaker, Patricia Shumaker, Cousin, Katherine Shumaker, Niece, Mary Michelle Scanlon
Rita McKenzie, Gene Schwam, Larry Hagman, Lucille Ball
chocolate Labradoodle named Djinn-Djinn
Barbara Eden (born August 23, 1931) is an American film, stage, and television actress, comedienne, and singer. She is best known for her starring role of "Jeannie" in the sitcom I Dream of Jeannie.
www.barbaraeden.com/, www.facebook.com/pages/Barbara-Eden-Official-Profile/151281694903803, www.barbara-eden-online.com/, twitter.com/Barbara_Eden
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Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling)
Celebrity Talent International, Global Talent Booking
(2000) TV commercial: Entenmann's Bakery Products, (1984) TV commercial: Reliable Furniture Stores, (1966) TV commercial: Christmas Seals, (1986) TV commercial: Golden Dip Sea Food, (1986) TV commercial: Natural Source Vitamin E, (1979-1983) TV commercials: L'Eggs pantyhose, (1998) TV commercial: Old Navy clothing stores, (1998) TV commercial: Lexus RX 300,, (1978) TV commercials: Playtex bras, (2006) TV commercial: TV Land (Pamela Anderson)., (2005-07) TV commercial: GTL (Guarantee Trust Life Insurance)., TV commercial: Health First Insurance, (2012) TV commercial for "One Reverse Mortgage" (Reverse mortgage retirement planning)., (2012) TV commercial for One Reverse Mortgage company.
Platinum blonde hair, Voluptuous figure, Bright, melodic voice.
www.glamourgirlsofthesilverscreen.com/show/79/Barbara+Eden/index.html, www.barbaraeden.com, barbaraeden.com
Wiki Bio Text
Born Barbara Jean Moorhead (later Huffman) on August 23, 1931, in Tucson, Arizona, gorgeous Barbara Eden left Arizona and relocated in San Francisco following her parents' divorce and her mother's remarriage. After graduating from high school, Eden attended San Francisco State College, studying singing and dramatics. Upon completion of her studies, Eden relocated to Los Angeles and attempted to break into films. She quickly netted small roles in Back from Eternity (1956; with Keith Andes) and The Wayward Girl (1957; with Marcia Henderson) before signing with 20th Century Fox, where she was under contract for many years. Eden's big break came when she was cast in the TV series How to Marry a Millionaire (1957-1959; with Merry Anders and Lori Nelson). During the run of the series, Eden met and married actor Michael Ansara, in January 1958.
Upon the cancellation of How to Marry a Millionaire, Eden dove into films, starring in A Private's Affair (1959; with Sal Mineo), Flaming Star (1960; with Elvis Presley), and 7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964; with Tony Randall). In late 1964 Eden shot the pilot for her series I Dream of Jeannie, which was picked up by NBC. By the time that the first season episodes began shooting, Eden discovered she was pregnant. Her son Matthew Ansara was born in August 1965, just weeks before the debut of the series.
NBC canceled I Dream of Jeannie in 1970, after 139 episodes. Eden began a nightclub act and embarked upon a career acting in numerous made-for-TV films, such as The Feminist and the Fuzz (1971; with Jo Anne Worley and Julie Newmar), Guess Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1973; with Dean Jones and Kenneth Mars), and Let's Switch! (1975; with Barbara Feldon). Her theatrically released comedy Harper Valley P.T.A. (1978; with Ronny Cox and Nanette Fabray) proved so popular with audiences that it spawned the short-lived NBC series Harper Valley (1981-1982; with Fannie Flagg and George Gobel). Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Eden remained a busy actress in films and made-for-TV movies.
Eden's marriage to Michael Ansara ended in 1973, and after a brief marriage in the late 1970s, she remarried again in 1991. Sadly, her son Matthew Ansara died from a herion overdose in 2001. After the death of her son, Eden slowed her acting career, although on occasion she makes television and film appearances. Her most recent film was in the Hallmark Channel romantic comedy Always and Forever (2009; with Dean McDermott and Max Gail). And today she's as beautiful as ever and well worth dreaming about.
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