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Mary Murphy is a champion ballroom dancer and judge with a net worth of $10 million dollars. A classically trained dancer already, she whizzed through the plan and started teaching the following week. She moved to California to focus on training, and in in six months reached the US Open Standard Final along with her partner, Bill Milner. She went to accomplish the US Open Smooth Final with partner Jim Desmond.

Mary Murphy Net Worth $10 Million Dollars

They afterwards became the US Open American Nine Dance Victor. She retired from competition and opened her own dance studio, which she still runs. She also decides multiple dance contests all over the world. Her most high profile judging occupation is about the reality competition show, “So You Think You Can Dance”, where she has served as a long-term judge since Season 3.

Quick Facts

Birth date: March 9, 1958
Death date: May 4, 2011, Beverly Hills, California, United States
Birth place: Lancaster, Ohio, United States
Height:5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Profession:Choreographer, Actor
Education:Northwest High School, Ohio University
Nationality:United States of America
Spouse:Phillip Gott (m. ?–2008)
Children:Stephanie Specht
Movies:The Wild One, A Man Alone, Sitting Bull, The Desperate Hours, Beachhead, The Mad Magician, Hell's Island, Junior Bonner, Escapement, The Intimate Stranger, Crime and Punishment U.S.A., Born Innocent, Main Street to Broadway, Make Haste to Live, Carrie, Harlow, Darling, How Could You!, Katherine, Live Fast, Die Young, Lodge Night
TV shows:The Investigators

Interesting Facts

1Married briefly in 1956 to actor Dale Robertson, Mary remarried in 1962 to a Los Angeles lighting fixture retailer. They had one daughter.
2According to an in-depth article on Mary by Joe Collura for the November 2010 issue of "Classic Images," Mary was working as a package wrapper at Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills when she was stopped having lunch at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel and discovered for films by Milton Lewis, Paramount head of talent.
3In 1951 she had a job wrapping packages at Saks Fifth Avenue department store in Beverly Hills when she was spotted by a talent scout for Paramount, who signed her to a contract.
4Look-a-likes of Murphy and Marlon Brando as their characters in The Wild One (1953) were used in the mid-'90s to advertise motorcycles. Oddly enough, the motorcycles advertised were Yamahas, and most of the motorcycles in the film were Triumphs and Harley-Davidsons.
5She has the distinction of having appeared in films with the three male icons of the 20th century: Steve McQueen (in Junior Bonner (1972))), James Dean (in Sailor Beware (1952)) and, of course, Marlon Brando (in The Wild One (1953)).
6Later ran an art gallery


1People will ask me which of my movies is my favorite, and usually I will tell them that I like different films for different reasons, be it the part, or the locale, or the cast.
2I guess I am one of those rare exceptions because I had not planned on becoming an actress and never desired to be in motion pictures.
3[speaking about shooting Sitting Bull (1954) in Mexico] J. Carrol Naish was a hoot! He didn't want to be there, and they wouldn't let him go home. He played Sitting Bull, and one day he was riding his horse and the horse was barely trotting, just walking along, and J. told them he fell off his horse and had to go home, and so they sent him home! He got his way after all.


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Katherine1975TV MovieMiss Collins
Ironside1973-1974TV SeriesCindy Wile / Carrie Thomas
The Streets of San Francisco1974TV SeriesPaula Cooper
Harry O1974TV SeriesJoyce Greenbaum
Born Innocent1974TV MovieMiss Murphy
The Stranger Who Looks Like Me1974TV MovieMrs. Quayle
I Love You... Good-bye1974Pam Parks
Circle of Fear1972TV SeriesMaggie Mundy
Footsteps1972TV MovieMartha Hagger
Junior Bonner1972Ruth Bonner
I Spy1968TV SeriesCass
Death Valley Days1967TV SeriesMarianne
Laredo1967TV SeriesDr. Jessica Boyd
Family Affair1966TV SeriesEllen Latimer
Honey West1965TV SeriesVicky
Harlow1965/ISally Doane
The Fugitive1965TV SeriesThelma
The Outer Limits1965TV SeriesLinda Darcy
Breaking Point1964TV SeriesKatherine Ross
Arrest and Trial1964TV SeriesLinda Blair
Redigo1963TV SeriesLaura McAdams
Dr. Kildare1963TV SeriesJanet Logan
The Dick Powell Theatre1963TV SeriesKaren Holm
The Lloyd Bridges Show1963TV SeriesHelen
40 Pounds of Trouble1962Liz McCluskey
Two Before Zero1962
Perry Mason1962TV SeriesEleanor Corbin
Alcoa Premiere1961TV SeriesAngie Palmer
The Investigators1961TV SeriesMaggie Peters
Alfred Hitchcock Presents1961TV SeriesEstelle
The Rebel1961TV Series'T' White
Laramie1961TV SeriesLottie / Sandy
Hong Kong1961TV SeriesAgnes Unruh
The Westerner1960TV SeriesSuzy
The Tab Hunter Show1960TV SeriesSusan
Black Saddle1960TV SeriesLaurie Wickes
The Millionaire1960TV SeriesJanie Harris
The Detectives1959TV SeriesSusie Morgan
Alcoa Theatre1959TV Series
Crime & Punishment, USA1959Sally
The Restless Gun1959TV SeriesMary Clayton
Live Fast, Die Young1958Kim Winters / Narrator
The Electronic Monster1958Ruth Vance
Wagon Train1958TV SeriesMartha Murphy
Schlitz Playhouse1957TV Series
Cavalcade of America1956TV SeriesRowena
Finger of Guilt1956Evelyn Stewart
The Maverick Queen1956Lucy Lee
A Man Alone1955Nadine Corrigan
The Desperate Hours1955Cindy Hilliard
Hell's Island1955Janet Martin
Sitting Bull1954Kathy Howell
The Mad Magician1954Karen Lee
Make Haste to Live1954Randy Benson
Beachhead1954Nina Bouchard
The Wild One1953Kathie Bleeker
Main Street to Broadway1953The Actress - Mary Craig
Houdini1953Girl (uncredited)
Off Limits1952WAC
The Turning Point1952Secretary (uncredited)
Carrie1952Jessica Hurstwood
The Atomic City1952Young Woman Buying Stamps (uncredited)
Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick1952Girl in Bathtub (uncredited)
Sailor Beware1952Girl (uncredited)
My Favorite Spy1951Manicurist (uncredited)
Westward the Women1951Pioneer Woman (uncredited)
When Worlds Collide1951Student (uncredited)
Darling, How Could You!1951Sylvia
The Lemon Drop Kid1951Girl (uncredited)



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