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Priscilla Barnes Biography, Age, Family, Husband, Movies And Net Worth.

Priscilla Barnes is an American actress, best known in her role as Terri Alden on Three’s Company, the permanent replacement for Suzanne Somers. She has made her appearances in films such as A Vacation in Hell, Licence to Kill, Mallrats, The Devil’s Rejects, and the television series Jane the Virgin and Highway To Heaven.

Priscilla Barnes Biography

Priscilla Barnes is an American actress, best known in her role as Terri Alden on Three’s Company, the permanent replacement for Suzanne Somers. She has made her appearances in films such as A Vacation in Hell, Licence to Kill, Mallrats, The Devil’s Rejects, and the television series Jane the Virgin and Highway To Heaven.

Priscilla Barnes Age

She was born on the 7th of December 1954. She is 64 years old as of 2018.

Priscilla Barnes Family

Priscilla Barnes was born Priscilla Anne Barnes, in Fort Dix, New Jersey. She is the third of four children of a father who was a major in the United States Air Force and her mother a homemaker. Her childhood was marked by a series of moves across various military bases in the United States before her family settled in Lancaster, California.

Priscilla Barnes Education

As a teenager (17) she went to Antelope Valley High School.

Priscilla Barnes Husband

Barnes has been married to actor Ted Monte since 2003.

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Priscilla Barnes Movies and TV Shows

Priscilla Barnes Movies

  • Jonny’s Sweet Revenge (2016)
  • Turkey (2015)
  • 88 Miles to Moscow (2013)
  • Disaster Wars: Earthquake vs. Tsunami (2013)
  • Fat Planet (2013)
  • Hatfields and McCoys: Bad Blood (2012)
  • The A Plate (2011)
  • Kid Racer (2010)
  • First Dog (2010)
  • American Cowslip (2009)
  • Trailer Park of Terror (2008)
  • An American in China (2008)
  • Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainfield (2007)
  • The Visitation (2006)
  • Thr3e (2006)
  • Sex Sells: The Making of Touché (2005)
  • The Devil’s Rejects (2005)
  • Heart of the Beholder (2005)
  • Sex Sells: The Making of Touché (2005)
  • Unseen Evil 2 (2004)
  • Shrink Rap (2003)
  • The Backlot Murders (2002)
  • Final Payback (2001)
  • Alone with a Stranger (2001)
  • Implicated (1999)
  • Hash Brown’s (1999)
  • The Killing Grounds (1998)
  • Ava’s Magical Adventure (1998)
  • Divorce: A Contemporary Western (1998)
  • Catherine’s Grove (1997)
  • The Crossing Guard (1995)
  • Mallrats (1995)
  • Witch Academy (1995)
  • Erotique (1994)
  • Mary Jane (1994)
  • Body Trouble (1992)
  • Talons of the Eagle (1992)
  • Lords of the Deep (1989)
  • License to Kill (1989)
  • Traxx (1988)
  • The Last Married Couple in America (1980)
  • Sunday Lovers (1980)
  • Delta Fox (1979)
  • Texas Detour (1978)
  • The Seniors (1978)
  • Tintorera (1977)
  • Beyond Reason (1977)

Priscilla Barnes TV Shows

  • 2015 – Break a Hip
  • 2015 – NCIS
  • 2014- present – Jane the Virgin
  • 2012 – Low Lifes
  • 2010 – Elevator Girl
  • 2002 – For the People
  • 2002 – She Spies
  • 2000 – The Invisible Man
  • 1998 – The Cowboy and the Movie Star
  • 1997 – Total Security
  • 1997 – Viper
  • 1995 – Burke’s Law
  • 1995 – Asian Connection: Old Flames
  • 1994 – Time Trax
  • 1994 – Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 Women
  • 1992 – Perry Mason: The Case of the Reckless Romeo
  • 1992 – Stepfather III
  • 1991 – The Letters from Moab
  • 1989 – Highway to Heaven
  • 1988 – Perfect People
  • 1987 – Hotel
  • 1986 – Black’s Magic
  • 1985 – The Love Boat
  • 1985 – Murder, She Wrote
  • 1984 – Hotel
  • 1982 – The Love Boat
  • 1982 – The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch
  • 1981 – Scruples
  • 1981-1984 – Three’s Company
  • 1980 – Taxi
  • 1980 – Vega$
  • 1979 – A Vacation in Hell
  • 1978 – The American Girls
  • 1978 – Starsky & Hutch
  • 1978 – Kojak
  • 1978 – The Love Boat
  • 1978 – The Time Machine
  • 1977 – The Rockford Files
  • 1976 – Cannon

Priscilla Barnes Career

Barnes’ first break came when Bob Hope saw her in a local fashion show and invited her to join his troupe for a 1973 performance at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. She subsequently moved to Los Angeles to attempt a career in show business in earnest.

She appeared as AN Amazon within the New Original adult female aboard Lynda Carter because of the title character. Her second break came at nineteen once she met Peter Falk at Pips. Six months later he gave her a one-line part in an episode of Columbo, which led to a series of bit parts in films like The Seniors (1978) and Delta Fox (1979).

While operating as a hostess at a Hollywood club, Barnes posed nude for the “Pet of the Month” photo layout in the March 1976 issue of Penthouse magazine under the pseudonym Joann Witty. Penthouse later wanted to republish the photos under Barnes’ real name in 1982 after she had become famous in Three’s Company. The dispute ended up in court, as Penthouse wanted a judge to rule on the legality of publishing the pictures using her real name.

At issue was a handwritten addendum to the standard model release contract that all models sign. When Penthouse lost the initial case, they appealed to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. The appeal court mostly sided with Barnes and ruled that the handwritten addendum was legally binding and that Penthouse could not republish the photos using her real name.

In 1976, she began studying acting with coach Sal Dano, whose students included Tom Selleck, Robert Hays, and Catherine Bach. In 1978, she marked in an exceedingly TV series, The American Girls, which was canceled after seven weeks.

Subsequent parts include the horror film Tintorera, and such television series as Starsky & Hutch, Kojak, The Rockford Files, The Love Boat, the 1978 TV version of The Time Machine and also the 1979 tv film A Vacation in Hell. In 1980, Barnes landed a supporting role in Sunday Lovers.

In 1982, Barnes starred in Aaron Spelling’s The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch. After Three’s Company was off by alphabet in 1984, Barnes appeared within the 1989 fictitious character film Licence to Kill as Della Churchill, the underwater sci-fi/action adventure story Lords of the Deep (1989), Traxx (1988) with Shadoe Stevens, and in NBC’s Perry Mason and the Case of the Reckless Romeo (1992), with Raymond Burr as Perry Mason.

Her 1990s feature film appearances include Stepfather III (1992), Mallrats (1995), The Crossing Guard (1995), and Mumford (1999).

Her 2000s work includes The Devil’s Rejects (2005), Thr3e (2006), The Visitation (2006), and American Cowslip (2009). In 2012, she co-starred as “Vicey Hatfield” in Hatfields and McCoys: Bad Blood.

In 2013, she appeared in Disaster Wars: Earthquake vs Tsunami. Barnes appeared in a Hallmark Channel original movie called Elevator Girl and appeared in 2014 in the recurring role of “Magda” on the CW series Jane the Virgin (2014).

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