TV Actress

Joyce DeWitt (TV Actress) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Joyce DeWitt

Actress who played roommate Janet Wood on the television series Three’s Company. Her other credits include Call of the Wild 3D and Airplane II: The Sequel.

She began appearing on stage at the age of 13. She worked as a secretary before making her acting debut in 1975.

She earned her master’s degree from UCLA.

Her parents are Paul and Norma Dewitt, and she has three other siblings. She was married to Ray Buktenica from 1979-1986.

She acted in the sitcom Three’s Company with John Ritter.

Joyce DeWitt Age

How old is Joyce DeWitt? She was born in 1949, she is 73 years old.

Joyce DeWitt Height & Weight

How tall is Joyce DeWitt? She stands 5 feet 3 inches (161 cm) tall.

Joyce DeWitt Wiki

Joyce DeWitt Wiki/Bio
Famous asTV Actress
Age73 years old
BirthdayApril 23, 1949
BirthplaceWheeling, WV
Zodiac SignTaurus
Heightapprox. 5 ft 3 in (161 cm)
WeightN/A

Quotes by Joyce DeWitt

Shirley Maclaine once said that she didn’t want to be a big star, just a long star. That’s what I want too.

— Joyce DeWitt

Hollywood is a very interesting place to deal with. And having been a theatre person, I was quite surprised by the slipperiness of some people in Holly-weird. There was a part of me that just said, ‘If this is the way the game is played, I’m not sure I want to play it.’

— Joyce DeWitt

Growing up I was a total movie-holic, but I always wanted to play the role that Clark Gable was playing or Spencer Tracy was playing. I was really never interested in the parts that women were playing. I found the parts that guys were playing were so much more interesting.

— Joyce DeWitt

Does it bother me that I’m attached to ‘Three’s Company’ 30 years after? Not at all. All we were trying to do was be funny. How can I complain? That’s all I wanted to do.

— Joyce DeWitt

I reckon I probably worked for Euripides a long time ago. I do think we have many Earth walks and it’s possible that he’s an old friend. Does that sound too stupid for words? Quite frankly I think I’ve been an actor in so many lifetimes.

— Joyce DeWitt