Joey Heatherton

Joey Heatherton

Highest Rated: 73% Cry-Baby (1990)

Lowest Rated: 44% Bluebeard (1972)

Birthday: Sep 14, 1944

Birthplace: Not Available

A stage performer since childhood, Joey Heatherton is the daughter of entertainer Ray Heatherton, familiar to Manhattan baby boomers as TV's "Merry Mailman." Joey studied ballet with George Balanchine, then jazz dancing and acting. Among her early credits was the Broadway production of The Sound of Music. She was "Introduced" in 1963's Twilight of Honor, though the film hardly constituted her first appearance before the cameras. Few beyond Heatherton's most fervent fans can remember much about her film work (there may be a cult following out there for 1977's The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington). She is more famous for her wriggly, energetic dancing on TV shows like Hullabaloo, and as a tireless trouper in Bob Hope's Vietnam tours of the 1960s and 1970s. Joey Heatherton is best known these days for her TV commercial appearances -- not to mention Catherine O'Hara's "Lola Heatherton" parody on Second City TV.

Highest Rated Movies



73% Cry-Baby Milton's Mother 1990
No Score Yet The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington Xaviera Hollander 1977
44% Bluebeard Anne 1972
No Score Yet The Ballad of Andy Crocker Lisa 1969
No Score Yet Where Love Has Gone Danielle Valerie Miller 1964
No Score Yet My Blood Runs Cold Julie Merriday 1964
No Score Yet Twilight of Honor Laura Mae Brown 1963


No Score Yet Laverne & Shirley
Herself 1981
No Score Yet It Takes a Thief
Dodie 1970


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