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Overview (3)

Born in Detroit, Michigan, USA
Birth NameJoyce Sirola
Nickname The Garbo of Detroit

Mini Bio (1)

Joyce Randolph was born on October 21, 1924 in Detroit, Michigan, USA as Joyce Sirola. She is an actress, known for The Honeymooners (1955), Everything's Jake (2006) and The Doctors and the Nurses (1962). She was previously married to Richard Charles.

Spouse (1)

Richard Charles (2 October 1955 - 22 September 1997) ( his death) ( 1 child)

Trivia (9)

Aunt of former baseball pitcher Tim Redding.
A former chorus girl and featured performer in Broadway musicals, she met Audrey Meadows long before they did The Honeymooners (1955) together. They were once cast in a summer stock production of "No, No, Nanette.".
With Art Carney's passing in 2003, she became the only remaining survivor of The Honeymooners (1955) quartet. Jackie Gleason died in 1987 and Audrey Meadows in 1996.
Board Member of the USO (United Service Organization)
Of Finnish descent.
She got the role of "Trixie" as a result of appearing in a Clorets breath-mint commercial. Gleason saw the commercial, and was impressed by her. She was cast on The Honeymooners (1955) without having an agent.
Her acting career began at the age of nineteen when she joined a touring company of the play "Stage Door". She later appeared in musicals, including "Plain and Fancy" in 1956.
Can often be found sitting at the bar at Sardi's Restuarant in Manhattan, always gracious and pleased to meet the Honeymooners' fans, signing autographs and being photographed. [January 2007]
Actress remembered for her portrayal of Trixie, wife of 'Ed Norton' (played by Art Carney), in Jackie Gleason's long-running TV series The Honeymooners (1955).

Salary (1)

The Jackie Gleason Show (1952) $250 /week

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