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Lorraine Gary – Who is Sid Sheinberg Wife; Bio, Wiki, Age, Children, Net worth, Movies, Today

Who is Sid Sheinberg Wife; the retired American actress Lorraine Gary: Everything we know about her.

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Sid (Sidney) Sheinberg Wife – Lorraine Gary Biography

Lorraine Gary is the wife to the late Sid Sheinberg, former President and COO of MCA Inc. and Universal Studios. She is a retired American actress known for her role as Ellen Brody in Jaws, Jaws 2, and Jaws: The Revenge.

At the age of 16, Gary won the best actress award in a competition at the prestigious Pasadena Playhouse. She was awarded a scholarship to enroll at the Pasadena Playhouse but declined. She later enrolled at Columbia University where she studied political science as a major.\

Lorraine Gary Age/ How Old is Lorraine Gary

Lorraine was born on 16 August 1937 in Forest Hills, New York City, New York, United States (81 years old)

Lorraine Gary Parents

Lorraine was born as Lorraine Gottfried to Betty Gottfried (father) and George Gottfried (mother), an entertainment business manager. At an early age, she moved with her family to Los Angeles, California, where she was raised.

Lorraine Gary Husband

At the age of 19 on 19th August 1956, Gary married Sidney Sheinberg who was an American lawyer who served as president of COO of MCA Inc. and Universal Studios for 40 years. He was also the vice chair of the Board of Human Rights Watch and co-founder of The Children’s Action Network, as well as a member of the board of the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Sidney died on 7th March 2019.

Lorraine Gary Children

Gary and her husband Sidney has two children; Bill Sheinberg and Jonathan Sheinberg who are both producers.

Lorraine Gary Net worth

According to Celebrity Networth site Lorraine has an estimated net worth of $ 10 million.

Lorraine Gary Acting Career

Gary is a life member of the Actors Studio, she began acting in the late 1960s by making guest appearances on several popular TV shows such as: Night Gallery, Dragnet 1968, in an episode entitled “The Big Shipment”, McCloud, The Marcus-Nelson Murders (the pilot for Kojak), and The F.B.I.

Her first major role was as a guest star on the TV series Ironside, starring in seven episodes. She also owned a production company, New Hope Productions.

Gary retired from acting in 1979 after her appearance in the film 1941. She later came out of retirement to reprise her role as Ellen Brody for the third time in Jaws: The Revenge, released in 1987.

Lorraine Gary Movies

Year

Title

Role

1987

Jaws: The Revenge

Ellen Brody

1979

Just You and Me, Kid

Shirley

1979

1941

Joan Douglas

1978

Zero to Sixty

Billy-Jon

1978

Jaws 2

Ellen Brody

1977

I Never Promised You a Rose Garden

Ester Blake

1976

Car Wash

Hysterical Lady

1975

Jaws

Ellen Brody

 

Lorraine Gary TV Shows

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1978

Crash

Emily Mulwray

TV film

1976

Lanigan’s Rabbi

Myra Galen

“Pilot”

1975

Man on the Outside

TV film

1974

Pray for the Wildcats

Lila Summerfield

TV film

1974

Marcus Welby, M.D.

Jean Wainwright

“The Mugging”

1974

The Rookies

Lynn Corey

“Rolling Thunder”

1973

Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law

Annie Harker

“They’ve Got to Blame Somebody”

1973

Partners in Crime

Margery Jordan

TV film

1973

ABC’s Wide World of Entertainment

Liz Elliott

“A Prowler in the Heart”

1973

Ironside

Ellen Wills

“Fragile Is the House of Cards”

1973

The F.B.I.

Angela Norton

“The Confession”

1973-74

Kojak

Ruth Gardner

“The Marcus-Nelson Murders”, “Marker to a Dead Bookie”

1972

McMillan & Wife

Monica Fontaine

“Cop of the Year”

1972

Hec Ramsey

Bella Grant

“Mystery of the Green Feather”

1972

Night Gallery

Barbara Morgan

“She’ll be Company for You”

1971

The City

Victoria Ulysses

TV film

1971

O’Hara, U.S. Treasury

Mrs. Madrid

“Operation: Crystal Springs”

1971

Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law

Norma Pruitt

“A Lonely Stretch of Beach”

1971

McMillan & Wife

Connie

“Husbands, Wives, and Killers”

1970

The Bold Ones: The New Doctors

Dr. Marion Lester

“If I Can’t Sing, I’ll Listen”

1970

McCloud

Joan Stanford

“Horse Stealing on Fifth Avenue”

1970

San Francisco International Airport

“The High Cost of Nightmares”

1970

The Virginian

Mrs. Nelson

“Hannah”

1970

Ironside

Patricia Kirk / Elaine Potter

“Tom Dayton Is Loose Among Us”, “Noel’s Gonna Fly”

1969

Ironside

Leona Stuart

“In Search of an Artist”

1969

The Virginian

Laura

“The Stranger”

1969

The Name of the Game

Carla Frazier

“Breakout to a Fast Buck”

1969

The Bold Ones: The Protectors

Margaret Sheehan

“A Case of Good Whiskey at Christmas Time”

1968

Ironside

Nancy Lewin / Nurse Green

“All in a Day’s Work”, “Split Second to an Epitaph: Parts 1 & 2”

1967

Dragnet

Mrs. Frank

“The Big Shipment”

1967

The Virginian

Martha Young

“Without Mercy”

 

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