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What happened to actress Jeannine Riley? Bio: height, husband, net worth

• Jeannine Brooke Riley is an American actress, best known for her role in the series “Petticoat Junction”.
• She has a net worth of $4 million, earned through a successful acting career.
• She started her acting career in the early 1960s and has since appeared in numerous television shows and feature films.
• She starred in the sitcom “Petticoat Junction” and the comedy variety series “Hee Haw”.
• She married twice but there are no reported children from her marriages.

Known for movies

Short Info

Fact Jeannine Riley and Steve Ihnat co-starred together in the play, “The Fourposter”, put on by the Sherman Oaks Playhouse for two months, from mid-April to mid-August, 1953. The play was directed by Roy Morton.

Who is Jeannine Riley?

Jeannine Brooke Riley was born on 1 October 1940, in Madera, California USA, and is an actress, perhaps still best known for her role as Billie Jo Bradley in the series entitled “Petticoat Junction”, appearing in the first two seasons of the show during the mid-‘60s.

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The Riches of Jeannine Riley

How rich is Jeannine Riley? As of late-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is at $4 million, earned through a successful career in acting. She’s also appeared in numerous other television shows and feature films throughout her career, and as she continues her endeavors even well into her ‘70s, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Career Beginnings

While virtually no information is available about Jeannine’s early life, it is known that she developed an interest in acting at a young age. She started her career in the early 1960s, appearing in small or uncredited roles in projects such as “Five Finger Exercise”. In 1963, she was cast in the sitcom “Petticoat Junction” in the role of Billie Jo Bradley, set in the Shady Rest Hotel run by Kate Bradley, her three daughters and her uncle. The series was created after the success of “The Beverly Hillbillies” and the success of this show led to the spin-off entitled “Green Acres”.

She stayed with the show until 1965, then decided to leave the series to pursue more film work, replaced by Gunila Hutton and later Meredith MacRae during the latter seasons. Jeannine then started to do film work in the late 1960s, appearing in “The Big Mouth” as Bambi Berman, filmed in San Diego and featuring Frank De Vol as an on-screen narrator.

The 3 original Bradley Sisters…Betty Jo {Linda Kaye Henning}, Bobbi Jo {Pat Woodell}, and Billie Jo {Jeannine Riley.}

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Career Prominence

The following year Riley was cast in “Fever Heat”, which was directed by Russell S. Doughten and starring alongside Nick Adams and Norman Alden. In 1969 she was cast in the film “The Comic”, co-written and co-produced by Carl Reiner and starring Dick Van Dyke, Michele Lee and Mickey Rooney in a film inspired by the end of the silent film era.

After that she returned to television, as she was cast in a regular role in the comedy variety series entitled “Hee Haw” during the same year, which was set in fictional rural Kornfield Kounty, and inspired by “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In”. The show centered on rural culture and country music, with hosts Buck Owens as well as Roy Clark, but would often feature scantily clad women in stereotypical farmer’s daughters attire, who came to be known as the Hee Haw Honeys. She stayed with the show for three years, and then joined another show in “Dusty’s Trail”, in which she played Lulu McQueen, a western-theme take-off of Ginger Grant from “Gilligan’s Island”, also starring Forrest Tucker and Bob Denver.

Later Career

Over the next few years, Jeannine had small roles in television shows such as “The Wild Wild West”, “Route 66”, and “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” She then featured in the film “Electra Glide in Blue”, which starred Robert Blake as a motorcycle cop alongside Billy “Green” Bush, and based on the Harley-Davidson Electra Glide motorcycle used by traffic police. During the same year, she had an uncredited role in “The Outfit”, actually appearing as a prostitute in an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Richard Stark under the pseudonym Donald E. Westlake.

As the years progressed, Jeannine took fewer roles; she was a part of the 1980s project entitled “Lone Star Bar & Grill” as Arlene, and one of her last projects was the 1991 film entitled “Timebomb”, which starred Michael Biehn, Richard Jordan and Patsy Kensit.

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Personal Life

For her personal life, it is known that Riley married Gary Groom in 1965 but their marriage ended in divorce in 1972. She married once more in 1974 to Irwin Radnitz but it was also a marriage that ended in divorce. There are no reported children from her marriages.

Since retiring from acting work, very little information has been shared about her. One of the reasons is due to the fact that she does not have any accounts on major social media websites. In 2016, a book was released entitled “X Child Stars: Where Are They Now”, written by Kathy Garver and Fred Ascher, which contained a profile of her along with her career. Many sources speculate that since ending her acting career, she focused more on other endeavors, and likely another marriage and a family, but there is no evidence to confirm these speculations.


# Fact
1 Jeannine Riley and Steve Ihnat co-starred together in the play, “The Fourposter”, put on by the Sherman Oaks Playhouse for two months, from mid-April to mid-August, 1953. The play was directed by Roy Morton.




Title Year Status Character
Timebomb 1991 Landlady
High Mountain Rangers 1988 TV Series Marge Russell
Lone Star Bar & Grill 1983 Arlene
Like Normal People 1979 TV Movie Donna (as Jennine Riley)
James at 16 1978 TV Series Rochelle
Nashville 99 1977 TV Series
Dusty’s Trail 1973-1974 TV Series Lulu McQueen
The Outfit 1973 Prostitute (uncredited)
Electra Glide in Blue 1973 Jolene
Of Thee I Sing 1972 TV Movie Hotel Chambermaid
Love, American Style 1969-1971 TV Series Cindy Lou (segment “Love and the Traveling Salesman”) / Maria (segment “Love and the Big Date”) / Marylou Haskins (segment “Love and the Wild Party”)
The Comic 1969 Lorraine Margaret Bell
Gomer Pyle: USMC 1969 TV Series Wendy Sparks
Fever Heat 1968 Sandy Richards
The Wild Wild West 1967 TV Series Aimee Baldwin
Li’l Abner 1967 TV Movie Daisy Mae
Sheriff Who 1967 TV Movie Betsy
The Big Mouth 1967 Bambi Berman
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. 1966-1967 TV Series Nina Lillette / Andy Francis
Occasional Wife 1966 TV Series Linda
Mister Roberts 1966 TV Series
My Brother the Angel 1966 TV Series Dolores
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet 1963-1965 TV Series Pam / Susan
Convoy 1965 TV Series Suzie Mae Humbolt
Petticoat Junction 1963-1965 TV Series Billie Jo Bradley
Strike Me Deadly 1963 Lori Grant
The Virginian 1963 TV Series Amelia Pryor
Wagon Train 1963 TV Series Susan Forbes
My Three Sons 1962 TV Series Kim
Route 66 1962 TV Series Molly Cross
Father of the Bride 1962 TV Series
Five Finger Exercise 1962 Girl (uncredited)


Title Year Status Character
Petticoat Junction 1963-1965 TV Series performer – 8 episodes


Title Year Status Character
Hee Haw 1969-1971 TV Series Herself
The New Truth and Consequences 1970 TV Series Herself
The Real Tom Kennedy Show 1970 TV Series Herself
The Hollywood Squares 1970 TV Series Guest Appearance
The Ed Sullivan Show 1964 TV Series Singer

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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