American actress and game show panelist Joyce Bulifant. She is well recognized for her appearances on well-known game shows like Bob Stewart’s “Chain Reaction,” “Match Game” on NBC, and “Password Plus” in the United States. She became well-known among the crowd for occasionally making “tongue in cheek” comments to candidates. She began her acting career on Broadway and later made appearances in a number of television shows, such as “My Three Sons,” “The Virginian,” “Tom, Dick, and Mary,” “The Woody Woodbury Show,” “The Bill Cosby Show,” “The Michele Lee Show,” and “Weird Science.” She was initially considered for the role of “Carol Brady” on ABC’s “The Brady Bunch,” but Florence Henderson ultimately won the part. Joyce is well-liked by the crowd because of her “naturally hilarious” demeanor. For her role in “Take Her, She’s Mine,” she won the Theatre World Award, and she and her husband Roger Perry both earned a Golden Palm Star on the Walk of Stars in Palm Springs, California.
Career of Joyce Bulifant
In 1959, Joyce Bulifant made her Broadway debut in “Tall Story,” a play by Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse in which she portrayed the part of “Nancy.” Later in 1967, she made an appearance as “Amy Rodgers” in the Broadway production of “The Paisley Convertible.”
Joyce Bulifant made four film appearances between 1967 and 2005. She made her film debut in the musical “The Happiest Millionaire” in 1967, playing the role of “Rosemary.” ‘Airplane!’, an American satirical parody film written and directed by David and Jerry Zucker and Jim Abrahams, ‘Diamonds,’ an American comedy directed by John Mallory Asher and written by Allan Aaron Katz, and ‘Dirty Love,’ an American romantic comedy from 2005 are the other three movies in which she made an appearance.
She has more than fifty credits to her name, with a focus on television throughout her career. She made her television debut in 1961 as a guest star on the program “The Play of the Week,” and later that year she had an appearance as “Connie Hacker” in the film “Naked City.” Although Joyce has had a lengthy acting career spanning more than four decades, she is best known for her panel appearances on television game shows such as “Match Game” from 1973 to 1982, “Password Plus” from 1979 to 1981, and “Chain Reaction” in 1980.
She also made guest appearances on several well-known television programs, including “The Bill Cosby Show” (1969–1971) as “Mrs. Patterson,” “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” (1971–1977), “The Michele Lee Show” (1974), “$20,000 Pyramid” (1977), “Sport Billy” (1979–1980), “Flo,” “Weird Science” (1994–1997), and “E! True Hollywood Story” (1997–1992). (1999).
Individual Life of Joyce Bulifant
In Newport News, Virginia, Joyce Collins Bulifant was born on December 16, 1937. She completed her high school education at the Solebury School in New Hope, Pennsylvania, in 1955.
She began dating James MacArthur when she was still in school after they first met. On November 2, 1958, they exchanged vows, and their marriage disintegrated in 1967. Mary and Charles MacArthur were born to them throughout the course of their marriage.
In her lifetime, she was married four more times. She wed American actor Edward Mallory on September 19, 1969, and the couple received their son John Mallory on January 13, 1971. Their son then pursued a career as an actor. In 1974, their marriage came to an end.
Following her marriage to William Asher, he adopted her son John and gave him the last name of Asher. The marriage took place in August 1976 and was annulled in 1993.
Having wed Glade Bruce Hansen for a brief period of time, Joyce Bulifant wed Roger Perry in 2002.
Estimated Net Worth
The estimated net worth of Joyce Bulifant is unknown.