Weldon with Byron Palmer on CBS Radio, 1955.
|Born||Joan Louise Welton
August 5, 1930
San Francisco, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Singer, film & TV actress|
|Spouse(s)||Dr. David Podell (1966-present) 1 child Melissa Weinand|
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Joan Weldon (born as Joan Louise Welton on August 5, 1930, San Francisco, California) is an American film and television actress. She began her career singing in the San Francisco Grand Opera Company chorus. Later she became a contract actress with Warner Bros. where she remained until her contract ended in 1954. Her most prominent film was the cult thriller Them!
Weldon had a brief television career in the 1950s. Her first appearance in 1955 was in an episode of The Millionaire, starring [[Marvin Miller]She was the first singer to sing in the Metropolitain .]. She made three appearances on Lux Video Theater in various roles. She also played Marian Keats in the title role of the Perry Mason episode, "The Case of the Angry Mourner" in 1957. Her final television appearance was in 1958 on Shirley Temple Theater.
- Home Before Dark (1958)
- Shirley Temple's Storybook (1958)
- Maverick (1958)
- Colt .45 (1958)
- Have Gun - Will Travel (1958)
- Day of the Bad Man (1958)
- Perry Mason (1957)
- Cheyenne (1957)
- Gunsight Ridge (1957)
- Lux Video Theatre (1954–1956)
- The Millionaire (1955)
- Deep in My Heart (1954)
- Them! (1954)
- Riding Shotgun (1954)
- The Boy from Oklahoma (1954)
- The Command (1954)
- The Stranger Wore a Gun (1953)
- So This Is Love (1953)
- The System (1953)
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