Where is Shelly Fabre today?

Nowadays, the actress is 76 years old and she is still married to Mike Farrell. Her fans have been missing seeing her in front of the cameras, though, as her last acting credit was recorded in 1998 for “Playing to Win.”

How old is Shelly Fabre now?

78 years (January 19, 1944)Shelley Fabares / Age

Are Shelley Fabares and Nanette Fabray related?

Nanette Fabray (born Ruby Bernadette Nanette Theresa Fabares; October 27, 1920 – February 22, 2018) was an American actress, singer, and dancer….

Nanette Fabray
Children 1
Relatives Shelley Fabares (niece)

Who is Shelly Fabre married to?

Mike Farrellm. 1984
Lou Adlerm. 1964–1980
Shelley Fabares/Spouse

How much is Shelly Fabre worth?

Shelley Fabares net worth: Shelley Fabares is an American actress and singer who has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars….Shelley Fabares Net Worth.

Net Worth: $1.5 Million
Profession: Singer, Actor, Television producer
Nationality: United States of America

Who was Elvis Presley favorite leading lady?

What She Learned. About Elvis Presley in 1956. Although her role as Lilia the water girl in The Ten Commandments was her signature role in a 15-year Hollywood career, Debra Paget is best remembered today by Elvis enthusiasts as Presley’s first leading lady in his 1956 debut film, Love Me Tender.

Is Shelley Fabares Italian?

Shelley Fabares and Annette Funicello, an Italian-American actress and singer, are childhood best friends. She was one of the seven bridesmaids at Annette’s wedding to agent Jack Girardi. Shelley and Annette worked together in Walt Disney’s TV series ‘Annette’ in 1958.

Who married Mike Farrell?

Shelley Fabaresm. 1984
Judy Farrellm. 1963–1983
Mike Farrell/Spouse

Who was Donna Reed married to?

Grover Asmusm. 1974–1986
Tony Owenm. 1945–1971William J. Tuttlem. 1943–1945
Donna Reed/Spouse

Did Shelley Fabares sing Johnny Angel?

“Johnny Angel” is the debut pop single by Shelley Fabares. Her cover version of the song was recorded in the fall of 1961, and was released in 1962 on the Colpix label. The track was the first single taken from Fabares’ debut solo album Shelley!, which was produced and arranged by Stu Phillips.