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Relationship Timeline Of David Jolliffe
David Jolliffe is an American actor who is well known among the public for his role in the 1984 movie, Lovelines, where he portrayed the role of Tongue.
Furthermore, he is also known as a voice-over artist. He has given his voice in many animated series like Battle of the Planets, Clue Club, and Higglytown Heroes.
In this article, you will find answers to all your queries in addition to details of her personal life, professional life, net worth, and many more!
Married Mary Ellen Lord
David Jolliffe is currently in a married relationship with his beloved wife, Mary Ellen Lord. However, not much is known about their dating history.
Furthermore, details regarding Mary's personal and professional life remain behind the curtain. But don't worry; we will update you if Jolliffe reveals anything regarding his beloved wife and their dating history.
Divorced Patty Freedman
Before marrying Mary Ellen Lord, Jolliffe was previously in a married relationship with an American actress Patty Freedman.
The former couple tied their knot in a wedding ceremony on April 1, 1982. However, their relationship could not last long as they expected.
In 1986, the ex-couple Patty and Jolliffe ended their relationship.
About Jolliffe Ex-wife
As mentioned above, Patty Freedman was known as a side character in various T.V. series, including Law & Order, Three's a Crowd and Emerald Point N.A.S.
Talking about her dating history, after being separated from Jolliffe, she tied her knot with Andrew E. Freedman. They together had two children.
But sadly, she died on February 17, 2017, in New York, U.S.A. She was seventy years old at the time of her demise.
So How Rich Is David Jolliffe?
The Love Tapes actor Jolliffe has a total net worth of $1 million, similar to Brock O'Hurn. He obtained this huge amount thanks to his professional career as an actor and voice-over performer.
He has also earned a good sum as the vice-president of The Screen Actors Guild (S.A.G). Before that, he also worked as a board member of the S.A.G and AFTRA National Boards.
Jolliffe was born on November 19, 1952, in Glendale, California, to her actress Glorya Lord and board executive Richard Jolliffe. He was interested in acting from an early age.
As his parents are in the film industry, he got a good chance to start early. However, he has not disclosed any sort of information regarding his educational qualification to any media.
Jolliffe Weight Is A Mystery
David Jolliffe's eye color is brown, whereas his hair color is black. He has a decent height of 5 feet 9 inches (180 cm), similar to Darren Le Gallo.
However, details regarding his weight are still behind the curtain.
Has A Youtube Channel
Men at Law actor Jolliffe has a self-named youtube channel. He joined youtube in 2020 and started uploading videos in March 2020.
On May 6, 2020, he uploaded his first video, 'The Late Show.' Following it, he uploaded several videos related to music, and one of them is TO BE IN HOLLYWOOD by Paul Gordon & Bill Mumy.
The Four Deuces actor Jolliffe has got an IMDb page on his name. His IMDb page consists of his filmography credits which include twenty-one credits as an actor, one credit as an additional crew and oneself credits.
His IMDb profile states that he is a band member of ''The Jenerators'' and plays alongside Bill Mumy and Miguel Ferrer for this band. Additionally, he has also toured with Shaun Cassidy.
Active On Twitter
Adventures in Dinosaur City voice-over artist Jolliffe is active on Twitter with the @TheDaveJolliffe username. He joined Twitter in November 2017.
According to his Twitter bio, he is a Los Angeles 2nd vice president & National Board Member, Union Activist, Actor, and Musician.
Jolliffe in Cover Me
Cover Me: Based on the True Life of an F.B.I. Family is a crime, drama and family T.V. series made by the American singer and producer Shaun Cassidy. In this series, Jolliffe portrayed the role of Carl Shenkel.
As the title suggests, it is a true story of an F.B.I. that solves various cases and goes undercover with his family member and partners.
The series started in 2000 and ended in 2001, releasing 24 episodes. The series' main cast is Peter Dobson as Danny Arno, Melora Hardin as Barbara Arno and Cameron Richardson as Celeste Arno.
Voiced Batman: The Animated Series
Jolliffe has given his voice in many animated series, including the famous D.C. animated series Batman. In this series, he gave his voice to two characters, The Vulture and Armand 'Army' Lydecker.
Batman is an action, animated and adventure series which shows Batman fighting off various crimes in Gotham City with the help of Robin and Batgirl.
The series was first released in 1992 and ended in 1995 with 85 episodes. This series got an outstanding rating of 9/10 on IMDb, whereas it has won five awards and has been nominated for 19 awards.
David Jolliffe began his career as an actor at the early age of ten. He first appeared in the national commercials for Kraft Marshmallows.
After that, he started appearing in several commercials and became one of the most famous commercial actors of that time.
In 1971, he got his first role in the Men at Law T.V. series, where he appeared as Jeff Donaldson. After that, he appeared in Room 222, which became one of his longest T.V. series as an actor.
Worked As Voice Over Artist
As mentioned above, Jolliffe has also worked as a voice-over artist in many animated series.
In 1973, he started his career as a voice-over performer by voicing one of the characters in Emergency +4. After that, he gave his voice animation, a family and mystery T.V. series, Devlin.
Moreover, he has also given his voice in Clue Club, Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo, Battle of the Planets and A Turtle's Tale: Sammy's Adventures.
Movies & T.V. Series
Room 222 actor Jolliffe has appeared in several movies and T.V. series and has voiced several animated T.V. series characters.
A list of some of his movies and T.V. series are,
|S.N.||Movies & TV Series||Roles||Released Dates|
|1.||Men at Law||Jeff Donaldson||1970|
|2.||The Four Deuces||Bud||1975|
|3.||Mulligan's Stew||Boots Greely||1977|
|4.||The Love Tapes||Tommy||1980|
|5.||Battle of the Planets||Orin||1978|
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