Joel Fabiani Poster


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Overview (3)

Born in Watsonville, California, USA
Birth NameJoel Anthony Fabiani
Height 5' 10½" (1.79 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Joel Fabiani was born September 28, 1936 in Watsonville, California. He didn't act until he went to college, after a stint in the Army. After majoring in English, Fabiani went to San Francisco to study at the Actors Workshop for two years.

Fabiani left California for New York in the early 60s and found his first success in theater. His Broadway debut was in "The Affair" in 1962. His television debut was on the CBS religious program, Look Up and Live (1954), a year later. Fabiani mixed work in plays, television shows, and commercials throughout the 1960s. Among his early credits were roles in the pilot episode of Ironside (1967) and on the cult classic, Dark Shadows (1966). Fabiani's face was never seen on "Dark Shadows".

- IMDb Mini Biography By: dwms10

Spouse (2)

Audree Rae (1968 - 2009) ( her death)
Katharine Ross (28 February 1960 - 1962) ( divorced)

Trivia (4)

Fabiani lives in New York and is a widower.
Once filled in for Michael Zaslow, in the role of "Roger Thorpe", on Guiding Light (1952) when Michael took some time off.
First husband of Katharine Ross.
Joel Fabiani is the cover star of The Smiths' album "Singles Box", a compilation of their 7' vinyl singles, released in 2008. The image, which shows Fabiani next to a black sports car, was part of a series of PR pictures for "Department S" in 1970 - and was personally chosen by Morrissey as the cover of the album in 2008.

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