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American actress and singer Season Hubley. In her career, she has worked on numerous small- and large-screen projects. She has made appearances in the television dramas “Family” and “All My Children.” In addition to “The Partridge Family,” “Kung Fu,” “The Rookies,” “The Twilight Zone,” “Murder, She Wrote,” and “Beverly Hills, 90210,” she has appeared as a guest star in a number of other TV shows. The actress has also been in a number of TV movies, including, to name a few, “Bobby Jo and the Good Time Band,” “She Lives,” “Mrs. R’s Daughter,” “A Caribbean Mystery,” “The Three Wishes of Billy Grier,” “Christmas Dove,” “No One Would Tell,” and “Humanoids from the Deep.” She has appeared in the movies “Lolly-Madonna XXX,” “Hardcore,” “Escape from New York,” “Vice Squad,” “Caddie Woodlawn,” “Stepfather III,” and “Kiss the Sky” on the big screen. The actress has a son and has been through two divorces. Her relationship status as of right now is known to be single.

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Career of Season Hubley

Season Hubley made his television debut in the 1972 film “Bobby Jo and the Good Time Band.” Then she had an appearance in the movie “Lolly-Madonna XXX.” She made a brief appearance on the TV show “Kung Fu” in 1974. She acted in the film “Catch My Soul” that same year. The actress starred in four “Family” episodes in 1976 and 1977. She was soon given a role in the miniseries “Loose Change.” Then, in the movie “Hardcore,” she portrayed Niki.

Hubley appeared in the 1981 movie “Escape from New York.” She made an appearance in the movie “Vice Squad” a year later. The Key to Rebecca, Caddie Woodlawn, A Caribbean Mystery, The Three Wishes of Billy Grier, The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense, and Blue Skies are just a few of the TV and film projects she worked on between 1983 and 1989.

In 1990, the American actress made an appearance in a “Murder, She Wrote” episode. In 1992, she subsequently joined the cast of “All My Children.” She was cast in the television films “No One Would Tell” and “Humanoids from the Deep” four years later. She then made a cameo appearance in 1998’s drama “Beverly Hills, 90210.” The actress appears to have taken a break recently because she hasn’t been spotted in any TV or movie ventures.

Personal Life of Season Hubley

Hubley was born to Julia Kaul and Grant Shelby Hubley in New York City, New York, on March 14, 1951. Whip Hubley, one of her brothers, is an actor. Sally is the name of her other sister.
In terms of her romantic history, the actress was wed to American actor Kurt Russell from 1979 until their split in 1983. Son Boston Oliver Grant Russell of the couple. Then, in 1992, Hubley wed David Hayball. But in 1994, she filed for divorce from her second spouse.

Season Hubley Net Worth

American actress and singer Season Hubley has a $4 million dollar net worth. In March 1951, Season Hubley was born in New York City, New York. In addition to Lolly-Madonna XXX, Catch My Soul, Hardcore, Escape from New York, Vice Squad, The Key to Rebecca, Prettykill, Steele Justice, Caddie Woodlawn, Stepfather III, and Kiss the Sky, she has starred in other movies as an actor. The Partridge Family, Kung Fu, Family, Starsky & Hutch, Kojak, The Twilight Zone, The Hitchhiker, Murder, She Wrote, All My Children, Beverly Hills, 90210, and more are just a few of the TV shows in which Hubley has made appearances. She played Priscilla Presley in the Elvis made-for-TV film. She was married to Kurt Russell from 1979 to 1983. Boston Oliver Grant Russell, the child of the marriage, was born in 1980. Whip Hubley, an actor, is Season Hubley’s brother.