Shirley Jones Net Worth

Shirley Jones Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Shirley Mae Jones net worth is
$25 Million

Shirley Mae Jones Wiki Biography

Shirley Mae Jones was born on 31 March 1934, in Charleroi, Pennsylvania USA, to parents Marjorie and Paul Jones. She is a singer and actress, probably still best known for her roles in the musical films “Oklahoma!”, “Carousel” and “The Music Man’, and the musical comedy TV series “The Partridge Family”.

So just how wealthy is Shirley Jones? Sources state that Jones has acquired a net worth of over $25 million, as of mid-2016. She has earned her fortune during her long career in the entertainment industry.

Shirley Jones Net Worth $25 Million

Jones grew up in Smithton, Pennsylvania and became a member of the Methodist Church choir when she was six years old, while also taking voice lessons. She attended South Huntingdon High School in Ruffs Dale, Pennsylvania where she was involved in various school plays. She later studied drama at the Pittsburgh Playhouse, and performed with the Civic Light Opera Company. In 1952 she won the Miss Pittsburgh contest and her path to show business started.

While visiting New York with her parents in 1953, Jones went to an audition for an open casting call of songwriters Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, who offered her a minor role in their Broadway production of “Me and Juliet”. Being impressed by the young singer, they later chose her to play the lead on tour. A year later, they cast her to star in their film version of the musical “Oklahoma!”, released in 1955. The film became a massive success at the box office and Jones won rave reviews for her performance of farm girl Laurey. Her net worth started to rise.

In 1956 she was cast in a feature adaptation of “Carousel”, and the following year in “April Love”. In 1960 she appeared as a jilted girlfriend turned prostitute in the dramatic movie “Elmer Gantry”, which earned her high praise including an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. Jones went on to appear in several films of the 60s, such as the musical “The Music Man”, and the comedies “The Courtship Of Eddie’s Father” and “Fluffy”. All contributed to her wealth.

In 1970 she was cast in the ABC’s musical sitcom “The Partridge Family”, along with her real-life stepson David Cassidy. Jones played Shirley Partridge, the recently widowed mother of a singing family, and Cassidy was one of her five children. The series became an instant hit, subsequently adding a considerable sum to Jones’ net worth. It made pop culture icons of its actors and actresses, who eventually recorded a few albums, including songs like “Doesn’t Somebody Want to Be Wanted” and “I Think I Love You”, which earned them a NARM award for the best-selling single of the year in 1970. They also earned a Grammy nomination for the Best New Artist. After four seasons of “The Partridge Family”, the series’ popularity went down, and it was canceled in 1974.

In 1979 Jones starred in the NBC television series “Shirley” which, just like “The Partridge Family”, portrayed a musical family led by a widowed mother. The series, however, didn’t find a wide audience and was soon canceled. The same happened with her 1979 film “Beyond the Poseidon Adventure”, but she then got a recurring role in “The Drew Carey Show”, and in 1985 took the lead role in the TV movie “There Were Times, Dear” as a devoted wife of a dying man. Her performance won over audiences, and earned her an Emmy nomination. The following year she earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

In 2004 Jones came back to Broadway with the revival of “42nd Street”, and revisited the musical “Carousel” the following year. 2006 saw her in a television film – “Hidden Places” – which earned her another Emmy nomination as well as a Screen Actors Guide nomination. She took part in Adam Sandler’s 2006 movie “Grandma’s Boy” and appeared as a guest star in several series, such as “Ruby and the Rockits” and “General Hospital”. Her recent movies include “Family Weekend”, “Zombie Night” and “On the Wind” which intensified her fortune. In 2008 her collection of songs was released, containing both old and new recordings.

In addition to music and acting, Jones also wrote a book in 1990 along with her late husband Marty Ingles. The book portrays their life together, and is called “Shirley and Marty: An Unlikely Romance”.

In her private life, Jones married Jack Cassidy in 1956. She became a step-mother to his son and she also has three sons with Cassidy. The couple divorced in 1974 and two years later Cassidy died. In 1977 she married comedian Marty Ingels who died in 2015. Jones has been a PETA supporter and is involved in several charities.

Full NameShirley Jones
Net Worth$25 Million
Date Of BirthMarch 31, 1934
Place Of BirthCharleroi, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Height1.66 m
ProfessionSinger, actress
EducationSouth Huntingdon High School in Ruffs Dale, Pittsburgh Playhouse
SpouseMarty Ingels (m. 1977–2015), Jack Cassidy (m. 1956–1974)
ChildrenShaun Cassidy, Patrick Cassidy, Ryan Cassidy
ParentsMarjorie and Paul Jones
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Supporting Actress (1960), NARM award for the best-selling single of the year (1970), Hollywood Walk of Fame
NominationsGrammy nomination for the Best New Artist, Emmy Award, Screen Actors Guide Award
Movies"Oklahoma!" (1955), "April Love", "Elmer Gantry" (1960), "Carousel", "The Music Man" (1962), "The Partridge Family" (1970-1974), "Shirley", "There Were Times, Dear", "Grandma's Boy" (2006)
TV Shows"Me and Juliet", "The Drew Carey Show", "42nd Street"
1Platinum blonde hair
2Sparkling blue eyes
3Voluptous figure.
4Strong, sultry voice.
5Several of her roles contained musicals.
6Gorgeous singing voice.
1[on the death of her second husband Marty Ingels]: He often drove me crazy, but there's not a day I won't miss him and love him to my core.
2[Who was concerned about David Cassidy's alcoholic behavior/legal battles]: We are just scared to death that we are going to wake up one morning and find out that he is dead on the floor.
3[Discussing about David Cassidy's lack of contact with her real-life family]: David has not had a relationship with anyone in the family for years. We are sick over it.
4[on the death of James Garner]: I see this gorgeous man and I said, 'Oh, my!' He was very sweet. We went to this little restaurant and I told him, 'You're gonna be a giant star.' He said, 'How? I'm not sure I know how to act.'
5[Of James Garner]: Not only was he a great actor, but he didn't hit on me. He didn't have that reputation, like a lot of actors I worked with. He was very married, a family man. And a real straight-on guy.
6The only thing that bugs Jack is if he's not working. He can't stand inactivity or hanging around the house doing nothing but waiting. He's got to work, got to contribute. So long as he does that, everything is fine. No actor likes not to work. But Jack doesn't have any complex about being called, 'Mr. Shirley Jones'
7Jack was brought up in the European tradition of opening presents Christmas Eve, so he and I exchange our personal gift at that time.
8I've tried to bring all the things I loved about Christmas into my children's Christmases. Fortunately, Jack and I feel the same way. We don't have big family gatherings anymore. When we were first married and lived in a New York apartment, we used to collect all of the stragglers from out of town and I'd cook a big Christmas dinner for all of us.
9[Jack and Shirley on the holidays] We always have roast turkey. A big one! Jack likes to make the stuffing, usually the giblets. He's an excellent cook. Then we have mashed potatoes with chopped onions, homemade gravy, tiny peas with new onions, hot biscuits-and mashed rutabaga, an addition because of Jack's German heritage. I also make coleslaw, which he likes. For desert, hot mince meat or lemon meringue pie. Jack likes the mincemeat: the lemon is my favorite. And the boys take after me in this department.
10It wasn't until I met Jack that I found someone who understood me and the problems and inequities of the business. He didn't object to me working. He was anxious for my happiness and realized that my personal achievement was part of it. You can't take a girl like me who's been singing since she was a child, who has been in show business since she was a teenager, who has the business coursing in her blood-you can't take a girl like that and use marriage as a substitute. Businessmen don't understand that. But Jack, no matter what his success, wouldn't ever make that demand.
11I've simply have a marvelous husband, Jack Cassidy. He is a singer and actor. he's a sensible and mature man., seven years older than I am. We toured in Oklahoma! together, and for a while he was reluctant to marry a girl in show business- you know, two careers in the same family and all that. But love won out and we've been married since 1956. WE have two delightful boys-, Shuan who is four and Patrick who is one, and all we need now is a little girl.
12Right then and there, I began to re-evaluate my theory about good-looking men. Soon I discovered the sensitive understanding, the influence everything Jack said and did. And then I fell in love with his Irish humor- and with him. All this took less than a week!
13Jack wanted to come back to me right up to the day he died. And I wanted him. That's the terrible part. Much as I love Marty and have a wonderful relationship - I'd say this with Marty sitting here, I'm not sure is Jack were alive I'd be married to Marty.
14(Shirley and Cassidy) loved performing together. A lot of married couple don't, you know. Strangely enough, we were when we were performing together than on a day to day basis. When we were on stage we were the couple on the wedding cake. I know I would never have divorced him if he had not wanted it.
15I don't think I would have brought the same understanding to either of these parts, though, if I had not been married and secure as a wife and mother. When I met Jack, I was very naive. As a man of the world, he led me gently.
16Jack was an incredible human being. Incredibly talented, number one! He had this charisma that, when he walked in the room, not only women fell all over him, but men did too. He attracted everybody. He had a great, great sense of humor, which of course was the first attraction for me. Obviously I'm attracted to men with a sense of humor! (Laughs) That's the biggest thing. Not to mention he was as handsome as he was. For me, that was the least of it. The fact that he could make jokes about himself and that he didn't take himself that seriously made him interesting and exciting.
17No, it had nothing to do with jealousy. It had to do with the fact that he thought David was selling out. He called him a monkey in a cage. He lost respect for what David was doing. David started on Broadway and Jack respected his talent. He wanted him to be an actor. He thought by doing what David was doing, that he would end up exactly as he ended up. He had to start all over again.
18At this time in my life, it is fun to play the opposite of me. I just played an alcoholic nightclub singer on The Cleaner (2008). So, as much as I enjoyed The Partridge Family (1970), these days I want to go totally against type. That is what acting is all about - on playing a guest character on Ruby & the Rockits (2009) that is not "Shirley Partridge", in 2009.
19(In 1970): At first, my folks felt that Jack was just an infatuation, but when they realized I'd really made up my mind, they didn't stand in my way.
20(In 1971): David read for the part of the boy in The Partridge Family (1970), and when they found out that he was a relative of mine, they asked about my reaction. A lot of times they're very wary of relatives. I told them, 'I love David, but you must pick who's best for the show.' As it turned out, of course, he was the best of the lot.
21(Of David Cassidy): He has his own agent and didn't even know I was set for the lead. Nor did the producer realize he was Jack's son until after he read so well that he wanted to test David for the part. Then, he told me he was considering David for the role of my son. He asked me how I felt about it. I said, 'Great! I am crazy about him. He's very talented.' Then, he went back to David and told him, 'Your stepmother is going to play the lead.' How do you feel about that? And he replied, 'I think it's great!
22(Who let her ex-husband Jack Cassidy be the head of the family): Of course, I've always been independent because of my profession. But I like knowing that Jack is there to make decisions.
23I was able to teach Shaun that stardom was really a business of fantasy - a business for children - and the wonderful part, when one realizes the realities of it, is that it is fine to be another character for 12 hours, and then go home and face reality.
24(On starring in The Partridge Family (1970)): It's tough to do. Not only 5 kids and five singing kids, but we do a new song every week - completely arranged and choreographed. Put that into a four-day schedule and try and do it.
25(Who talked about preparing for a family transportation to drive on the set of The Partridge Family (1970)): It's me and the five children.
26(On her popularity of playing the thirty-five-something "Shirley Partridge" on The Partridge Family (1970)): I love the work, it's almost like playing myself. Shirley Partridge could just as easily be Shirley Cassidy. It's like going into my own home everyday. The thing I don't like is getting up at 5:30 everyday and getting home at 7.
27We love kid food, hamburgers, hot dogs and french fries.
28(Who's been a singer all her life): But I never sang pop songs with bands or made records; I was a show singer. I made albums - 'Oklahoma!,' 'Carousel,' 'Music Men.' But I never sang the songs apart from the shows.
29I have been coming every Friday night to watch the taping. I have never done that in my life. It is so exciting for me because the whole family is involved. - when she watched Ruby & the Rockits (2009), a short-lived sitcom that co-starred her stepson, David Cassidy and son, Patrick Cassidy.
30He came to respect me, he loved me, and vice-versa. We had our moments, because David had some disciplinary problems. He would show up late for work on Mondays, and keep the whole crew waiting, you know, for hours, and not to my liking or anybody else's. So, that had to be addressed and it was, until we got to know each other. - on her on- and off-screen chemistry with David Cassidy who played Keith Partridge.
31I was very worried about David, because as I said, he'd showed up on a Monday with no sleep, becoming terrified with the fans, becoming terrified with the press, wanting to hide his trailer, every minute. - on the cancellation of The Partridge Family (1970).
32He was a very, very strong force in my life. As a matter of fact, I never fell out of love with a man - on the death of Jack Cassidy.
33My policy is just one step at a time.
34"Some people pooh-pooh the Oscar. My career had been over because they weren't making musicals anymore. At the time, it was thought that if you were a singer you couldn't act." (on how winning an Oscar changed her life.)
35It's astonishing to see how many of these Hollywood big-wigs are trying to undermine President Bush.
36"You don't throw away 27 years. You just don't" - on why she withdrew her divorce petition against Marty Ingels.
37"Jack had a breakdown. A real mental breakdown. He was manic depressive. But he was the one that wanted the divorce. He thought it was better for me and the kids. I never did. I would have hung in there. I felt in many ways he was acting strangely and doing strange things and he felt perhaps it was better for all of us" - on the end of her marriage to Jack Cassidy.
38"The show killed my movie career" - on The Partridge Family (1970).
39After I won the Oscar, my salary doubled, my friends tripled, my children became more popular at school, my butcher made a pass at me, and my maid hit me up for a raise.
1All though Oklahoma was her very first film, Shirley still regards legendary Austrian filmmaker Fred Zinnemann as the greatest director she ever had worked with.
2Married Jack Cassidy at the Protestant Church of New Jerusalem in Cambridge, MA, at 2:00 pm on August 6, 1956. Four hours later they performed the evening show of John Gay's "The Beggar's Opera" at the Sanders Theatre on the Harvard campus.
3Became pregnant by her husband Jack Cassidy soon after they married, but her agent persuaded her to have an abortion as her career had just taken off. Jones calls the termination the "biggest regret of my life".
4Was just four years older than Susan Luckey, who played her daughter in Carousel (1956).
5Knew David Cassidy when he was only 6.
6When her The Partridge Family (1970) and Florence Henderson's The Brady Bunch (1969) were ruling the prime time airwaves, the tabloids were hungry for any hint of a feud between the two stars. Howerver, since the two had been good friends since 1954, there was never any "feud" to be reported about.
7Her second husband, Marty Ingels, died on October 21, 2015. He lived to be 79.
8She was so heartbroken when she lost Suzanne Crough, on April 27, 2015. On- and off-camera, Jones had a very good relationship with her, while working on The Partridge Family (1970).
9Had screen-tested for the role of Kathy Selden in Singin' in the Rain (1952), but lost to Debbie Reynolds.
10For her role on The Partridge Family (1970) she had to drive the family "bus", which had a standard ("stick")-shift transmission with the gearshift on the floor; she only knew how to drive a car with an automatic transmission, so she had to learn how to drive a stick-shift, which she never really got the hang of. That made for a nerve-wracking experience for cast members who had to be in the bus when she was driving.
11Despite not being a lead vocalist, Jones was involved in every song of The Partridge Family (1970).
12She recorded two or three shows at once, in a session, usually about 6 songs, every weekend and/or evenings for The Partridge Family (1970).
13Had admitted that she had a crush on Gordon MacRae and was starstruck when she worked opposite him on Oklahoma! (1955). She said that she was the one who convinced him to take the part of Billy Bigelow in Carousel (1956). Frank Sinatra, who had originally been cast, suddenly dropped out during the first days of filming because each scene had to be shot twice, once in CinemaScope 55 (a wider-than-usual, 55mm, six-track stereo system) and once in 35mm CinemaScope. Sinatra felt that he should have been paid twice because technically he was shooting two films. Three weeks after he left, the producers found a way to film the scene once on 55mm, then transfer it onto 35mm.
14The song, "I Think I Love You," reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 music chart, making her the second person, after Frank Sinatra, and the first woman, to win an acting Oscar and also have a #1 hit on that chart.
15Member of the Alzheimer's Foundation.
16Friends with: Angela Lansbury, Bea Arthur, Jane Powell, Debbie Reynolds, Doris Roberts, Della Reese, Marla Gibbs, Charlotte Rae, Florence Henderson, Marty Ingels, Michael Landon, Karen Grassle, Harry Morgan, Alan Alda, Barbara Bel Geddes, Dick Van Dyke, Larry Hagman, Wink Martindale, Dick Van Patten, Mary Tyler Moore, James Garner, Bill Bixby, Ernest Borgnine, Andy Griffith, Rance Howard, Danny Thomas, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, Robert Conrad, Larry Manetti, Karl Malden, Pat Boone, Betsy Palmer, Abby Dalton, Ruta Lee, Julie Adams, Piper Laurie, Anne Jeffreys, Katherine Helmond, Richard Mulligan, Shelley Morrison, Elizabeth Montgomery, Gavin MacLeod, Bernie Kopell, Eddie Albert, Robert Wagner, Tony Randall, Peter Marshall, Dave Madden, Angie Dickinson, Michele Lee, James Stewart, Paul Junger Witt, Bob Claver, Drew Carey, Gordon Jump, Joanne Woodward, Jean Simmons, Shirley Knight, Mickey Rooney, Beverly Garland, Doris Day, Patti Page and Gordon MacRae.
17Alongside Norman Lloyd, William Daniels, Dick Van Dyke, Ernest Borgnine, Mickey Rooney, Christopher Lee, Betty White, Angela Lansbury, Edward Asner, Marla Gibbs, Adam West, William Shatner, Larry Hagman, Florence Henderson and Alan Alda, Jones is one of the few actors in Hollywood who lived into their 80s and/or 90s without ever either retiring from acting or having stopped getting work.
18From 1961-2000 she resided in a mansion in Beverly Hills, CA.
19As of 2001 she was residing in Encino, CA.
20While filming Fluffy (1965) she developed a special relationship with Hollywood's famous animal trainer Ralph Helfer's legendary African Lion Zamba.
21Was engaged to Lou Malone, who was a West Point cadet.
22Her favorite city is Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
23Beat out Piper Laurie for the co-starring role in Elmer Gantry (1960).
24An only child.
25Her birthplace, Charleroi, Pennsylvania, is 30 miles, south of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
26Her hobbies are singing, dancing, politics, philanthropy, spending time with her family, swimming and traveling.
27A movie buff.
28Other than herself, her former The Partridge Family (1970) co-star, David Cassidy, is the other singer of the band.
29She traveled every summer to Pittsburgh where she took summer courses in college.
30An animal lover.
31Every summer her parents would take her to New York for her summer vacation.
32Was going to attend Centenary College in Hackettstown, NJ, to become a veterinarian.
33Met Bernard Slade on a cruise, before she did The Partridge Family (1970).
34Met Ken Welch at the Pittsburgh Playhouse, who asked her to do the musicals, at every audition.
35On The Partridge Family (1970), her co-stars played musical instruments, as did her own family in real life.
36When she was in school, the only subject she hated was math.
37Before becoming a professional actress, she had been "Queen of the Children's Theater"' at the Pittsburgh Playhouse in Pittsburgh, PA.
38Had a dog named Shane, which was a Shetland sheep dog.
39Her grandparents owned and operated a hotel in Smithton, PA.
40In 1946 she attended a summer camp in Lake Erie (NY) for girls.
41A member of the National Honor Society.
42Her favorite TV movie to date was Silent Night, Lonely Night (1969).
43Former mother-in-law of Ann Pennington and Janice Pennington.
44Originally, her character on The Partridge Family (1970) was going to be named Connie, but the producers eventually changed it to "Shirley".
45Originally, on The Partridge Family (1970), the only cast member who was supposed to sing was her. However, after the producers heard David Cassidy's demos of the songs, they decided to let him sing as well.
46Shirley and her sons are descendants of John of Gaunt and Katherine De Roet Swynford.
47Is a supporter of PETA.
48Of Welsh descent by her paternal grandfather.
49Her ex-The Partridge Family (1970) co-star Dave Madden said in his memoirs that he did not get along with Jones' second husband Marty Ingels, and therefore had a limited relationship with her.
50Met Eddie Albert on the set of Oklahoma! (1955), which was also her first movie. Their friendship would last for 50 years, until Albert's death on May 26, 2005.
51Played a grandmother in two movies: Grandma's Boy (2006) and Family Weekend (2013).
52Worked with Ron Howard twice: The Music Man (1962) and The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963).
53Her first husband Jack Cassidy suffered from bipolar disorder.
54Her mentor was Richard Brooks.
55Met Florence Henderson when she and Jones were both in Richard Rodgers' and Oscar Hammerstein II's "Oklahoma"' in 1954.
56The reason she turned down the lead role in The Brady Bunch (1969) is she didn't want to be seen as the mother at home, taking the roast out of the oven.
57Her favorite television series to date was The Partridge Family (1970). She once said she liked that show, a lot, because it had music in it and Jones felt it had a chance to succeed because it was different.
58The reason she took on the starring role on The Partridge Family (1970) was so she could play the first working mother ever to be portrayed on television.
59Her favorite The Partridge Family (1970) episodes were the one with the skunk, and the show with Richard Pryor and Louis Gossett Jr..
60She is most widely known to be a very private lady.
61She was born in Charleroi, PA, but her family moved to Smithton, PA, in 1937, when Shirley was three.
62Was the 52nd actress to receive an Academy Award; she won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for Elmer Gantry (1960) at The 33rd Annual Academy Awards (1961) on April 17, 1961.
63According to her autobiography, "Shirley Jones: A Memoir", she lost her virginity at age 21 to her future husband Jack Cassidy during the Italian leg of their "Oklahoma!" tour in July 1955.
64Gave birth to her second child at age 27, son Patrick Cassidy on January 4, 1962.
65Gave birth to her first child at age 24, son Shaun Cassidy, on September 27, 1958.
66Gave birth to her third child at age 31, son Ryan Cassidy, on February 23, 1966.
67Was named after Shirley Temple.
68Acting ran in her family.
69Besides being the only The Partridge Family (1970) members who sang for themselves, she and David Cassidy were the only ones who did not lend their voices to Hanna-Barbera's animated version of the series.
70When she was 6, she began singing with the church choir.
71Was a spokesperson for the popular California-based Ralphs Supermarkets in the 1980s.
72Acting mentor and friend of ex-stepson David Cassidy, Danny Bonaduce and Ron Howard.
73Was the producers' first and only choice for the lead role of The Partridge Family (1970).
74Met David Cassidy's father, Jack Cassidy, during the stage production of "Oklahoma!" while in Paris, France. before she eventually married him. At that time David was only six years old. When he was 20 he auditioned and won the co-starring role in the popular comedy The Partridge Family (1970), opposite Jones as her eldest son.
75Before she was a successful television actress, she worked with Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II on stage.
76Had said in an interview that she wanted Jack Cassidy back, when it was too late, because of his death.
77Had starred in a pilot with Jack Cassidy, before The Partridge Family (1970) aired a year later.
78After she had refused an offer of reconciliation from Jack Cassidy, she received word that her ex-husband's penthouse apartment was on fire. Apparently, the fire started from his lit cigarette when he fell asleep on the couch; the following morning, firefighters found her ex-husband's body inside the gutted apartment. [12 December 1976].
79Was invited by Michael Landon to an art exhibit, where she met her second husband Marty Ingels.
80Replaced Jane Wyman in the role of Aunt Polly in The Adventures of Pollyanna (1982), despite being under contract starring in Falcon Crest (1981).
81Has nine grandchildren: Caitlin Cassidy (b. 1981), John Cassidy (b. 1985), Juliet (b. 1998), Caleb (b. 2005), Roan (b. 2006), Lila (b. 2008) and Mairin (2011) via her son Shaun Cassidy, and Cole (b. 1995) and Jack (b. 1998) via her son Patrick Cassidy.
82Turned down the role of Carol Brady on The Brady Bunch (1969). Jones wasn't ready to do a television series, hence, the role was given to her best friend Florence Henderson.
83Remained good friends with David Cassidy before, during and after The Partridge Family (1970).
84Was very disappointed that her show The Partridge Family (1970), was canceled after the fourth season. Her stepson and series co-star, David Cassidy, was growing tired of playing the same role, plus, the show had sunk in the ratings.
85Is a vegetarian.
86Her ex-The Partridge Family (1970), co-star and real-life stepson, David Cassidy, once admitted that he had a crush on her.
87Best known by the public for her starring role as Shirley Partridge on The Partridge Family (1970).
88She and Elizabeth Taylor are the only actresses to win Oscars for playing prostitutes in the same year: Jones for Elmer Gantry (1960) (Best Supporting Actress) and Taylor for BUtterfield 8 (1960) (Best Actress).
89Played by Dey Young in The David Cassidy Story (2000) and Eve Gordon in Come On, Get Happy: The Partridge Family Story (1999).
90When asked which of her musicals was her favorite, she has said it was The Music Man (1962). While she says she has special memories of Oklahoma! (1955) because it was her first movie, Carousel (1956) is her favorite Rodgers and Hammerstein score.
91Strongly considered for Roberta Hertzel in About Schmidt (2002), but lost to Kathy Bates. Shirley was very disappointed by the decision.
92Although in many ways she's like her wholesome public image, she does have another side to her personality, which shows in her liking books on true crime.
93Had wanted to become a veterinarian.
94On March 1, 2002, she filed for divorce in Los Angeles Superior Court from Marty Ingels, but later withdrew the petition. Conflict between Ingels and Jones' sons (his version) and his outrageous behavior (her version) had caused them to separate several times in recent years, the longest being for 10 months in 2000.
95All three of her sons were delivered via Cesarean section.
96In December 2001 she and husband Marty Ingels spent more than $100,000 to outbid two developers for a half-acre commercial lot in downtown Fawnskin, CA. They plan to turn it into a public park.
97Began her career on Broadway at 18 in the original production of "South Pacific" in 1952.
98Born at 5:30 AM EST.
99Son Shaun Cassidy--standing in for her deceased father--gave her away at her wedding to Marty Ingels.
100Filed a libel suit in 1985 against the National Enquirer after it wrote that she was "drinking vodka like it was water"; won a retraction and a settlement.
101Received a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame on Valentine's Day, 1986.
102Featured performer at the 1988 Republican National Convention.
103Only child of Marjorie Williams, a strict strong-minded homemaker, and Paul Jones, owners of the Jones Brewing Company.
104Received an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters Degree from Point Park College (Pittsburgh, PA)
105Won the 1952 Miss Pittsburgh contest (the prize was $500 and a scholarship to drama school) and was first-runner-up in the Miss Pennsylvania pageant.
106She, along with Marty Ingels, attended the "Hollywood Collectors Show", at Beverly Garland's Holiday Inn, in North Hollywood, California.
107She was pregnant with son, Patrick Cassidy, during the filming of The Music Man (1962) in 1961. Special outfits were used to cover her showing stomach on the set.
108Graduated from South Huntingdon High School in Ruffs Dale, Pennsylvania, in 1952.
109Step-mother of actor David Cassidy


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Cover Me: Based on the True Life of an FBI Family2001TV SeriesMary Colomby
The Adventures of Cinderella's Daughter2000Fairy Godmother
Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth2000VideoNurse Kervorkian
Ping!2000Ethel Jeffries
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch1999TV SeriesLydia
The Drew Carey Show1998-1999TV SeriesCelia
Gideon1998Elly Morton
Melrose Place1998TV SeriesTeresa Lewis
Something So Right1996-1997TV SeriesKate
Dog's Best Friend1997TV MovieEthel
Deadly Games1995TV SeriesShirley / Evil Shirley
Women of the House1995TV SeriesShirley Jones
Burke's Law1994-1995TV SeriesBarbara Mansfield / Barbara Manchester
Heaven Help Us1994TV SeriesMrs. Kitteridge
Empty Nest1991TV SeriesJean McDowell
Murder, She Wrote1988-1990TV SeriesAnn Owens Arden / Kathleen Lane
Charlie1989TV MovieCharlie Hannon
The Slap Maxwell Story1988TV SeriesKitty
Hotel1983-1987TV SeriesJoan Gilbert / Claire Langley
There Were Times, Dear1985TV MovieSusanne Millard
The Love Boat1983TV SeriesPriscilla Moore / Priscilla
The Adventures of Pollyanna1982TV MovieAunt Polly
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1982TV SeriesAunt Polly Harrington
Inmates: A Love Story1981TV MovieE.F. Crown
The Children of An Lac1980TV MovieBetty Tisdale
Shirley1979-1980TV SeriesShirley Miller
Beyond the Poseidon Adventure1979Nurse Gina Rowe
A Last Cry for Help1979TV MovieJoan Muir
Who'll Save Our Children?1978TV MovieSarah Laver
Evening in Byzantium1978TV MovieConstance Dobson
Yesterday's Child1977TV MovieLaura Talbot
McMillan & Wife1977TV SeriesEllyn Mandrake
The Lives of Jenny Dolan1975TV MovieJenny Dolan
Winner Take All1975TV MovieEleanor Anderson
The Family Nobody Wanted1975TV MovieHelen Doss
The Partridge Family1970-1974TV SeriesShirley Renfrew Partridge
The Girls of Huntington House1973TV MovieAnne Baldwin
The Bob Hope Show1971-1972TV SeriesShirley Jones
But I Don't Want to Get Married!1970TV MovieEvelyn Harris
The Cheyenne Social Club1970Jenny
The Happy Ending1969Flo Harrigan
Silent Night, Lonely Night1969TV MovieKatherine Johnson
El golfo1969María O'Hara
The Name of the Game1969TV SeriesJackie Harding
Premiere1968TV SeriesDr. Aphrodite
The Danny Thomas Hour1967TV SeriesPeggy Ruby
The Secret of My Success1965Marigold Marado
Fluffy1965Janice Claridge
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre1964TV SeriesHelen
Bedtime Story1964Janet Walker
Dark Purpose1964Karen Williams
A Ticklish Affair1963Amy Martin
The Courtship of Eddie's Father1963Elizabeth Marten
The Comedy Spot1962TV SeriesBetty Stevens
The Music Man1962Marian Paroo
Two Rode Together1961Marty Purcell
Pepe1960Suzie Murphy
The United States Steel Hour1957-1960TV Series
Elmer Gantry1960Lulu Bains
Bobbikins1959Betty Barnaby
Make Room for Daddy1959TV SeriesShirley Nielsen
Never Steal Anything Small1959Linda Cabot
The DuPont Show of the Month1958TV SeriesGretchen Van Damm
April Love1957Liz Templeton
Lux Video Theatre1957TV SeriesJudith Traherne
Playhouse 901956TV SeriesMay Marley
Carousel1956Julie Jordan
Rebound1952TV Series
Gruen Guild Theater1952TV Series
Fireside Theatre1950TV Series


The Dressmaker2015/Iperformer: "People Will Say We're In Love" from tt0048445
Banda sonora2008TV Series performer - 1 episode
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure2008TV Movie documentary performer: "The Surrey with the Fringe on Top", "If I Loved You" - uncredited
Christmas Is Here Again2007Video performer: "Easy To Dream", "All Because of Me"
Sinatra: The Classic Duets2002TV Movie documentary performer: "If I Loved You" - uncredited
Manna from Heaven2002"Just the Way You Look Tonight"
Shirley1979TV Series performer: "Here Is Where The Love Is" - uncredited
Endless Night1972performer: "Endless Night"
The 43rd Annual Academy Awards1971TV Special performer: "Whistling Away the Dark"
The Danny Kaye Show1966TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Music Man1962performer: "Piano Lesson" 1957, "If You Don't Mind My Saying So" 1957, "Goodnight, My Someone" 1957, "Being in Love" 1957, "Lida Rose" 1957, "Will I Ever Tell You" 1957, "Till There Was You" 1957, "Goodnight My Someone" 1957, "76 Trombones" 1957 - uncredited
Arthur Freed's Hollywood Melody1962TV Movie performer: "Love Walked In", "How About You?", "Pagan Love Song", "Alone", "Singin' in the Rain" - uncredited
Pepe1960performer: "Faraway Part of Town", "Pepe"
Make Room for Daddy1959TV Series performer - 1 episode
Never Steal Anything Small1959performer: "I Haven't Got a Thing to Wear"
The 30th Annual Academy Awards1958TV Special performer: "April Love"
The Frank Sinatra Show1958TV Series performer - 1 episode
Carousel1956performer: "If I Loved You" 1945, "What's the Use of Wond'rin'" 1945, "You'll Never Walk Alone" 1945 - uncredited
Oklahoma!1955performer: "The Surrey With the Fringe On Top" 1943, "Many A New Day" 1943, "People Will Say We're In Love" 1943, "Out of My Dreams" 1943, "People Will Say We're In Love Reprise" 1943, "Oklahoma!" 1943, "Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin'" 1943 - uncredited

Music Department

Shirley1979TV Series theme song - 1 episode


My First Mister2001special thanks


Mannheim Steamroller Meets the Mouse1999TV MovieHerself - Host
Fox Studios Australia: The Grand Opening1999TV Movie documentaryHerself
E! True Hollywood Story1999TV Series documentaryShirley Partridge
Famous Families1999TV Series documentaryHerself
The 13th Annual Genesis Awards1999TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
Right Here in River City: The Making of Meredith Willson's 'The Music Man'1998Video documentary shortHerself - Host
The Great Christmas Movies1998TV Movie documentaryNarrator (voice)
This Is My Father1998/IIDocumentary
The 70th Annual Academy Awards1998TV SpecialHerself - Past Winner (uncredited)
Great Performances1990-1998TV SeriesHerself / Interviewee / Herself - Host
The Oprah Winfrey Show1997TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade1996TV MovieHerself
The Rosie O'Donnell Show1996TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies1996TV Movie documentaryHerself, hostess, narrator
AMC Family Classics1996TV SeriesHost
1995 MTV Movie Awards1995TV SpecialHerself
Cops n Roberts1995Herself
Golden Globes 50th Anniversary Celebration1994TV MovieHerself
Jack L. Warner: The Last Mogul1993DocumentaryHerself
The 19th Annual People's Choice Awards1993TV SpecialHerself
Vicki!1993TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The Arsenio Hall Show1993TV SeriesHerself - Guest
One on One with John Tesh1992TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The 21th Annual Friends of Tel Hashomer Gala1992TV MovieHerself - Presenter
The 13th Annual CableACE Awards1992TV SpecialHerself - Audience Member
Stars and Stripes: Hollywood and World War II1991TV Movie documentaryHerself
CBS This Morning1990TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Sally Jessy Raphael1990TV SeriesHerself
70th Annual Miss America Pageant1990TV SpecialHerself - Judge
Christmas in Washington1988TV SpecialHerself
In Performance at the White House: Chorus Lines1988TV MovieHerself
The 60th Annual Academy Awards1988TV SpecialHerself
The New Hollywood Squares1986-1987TV SeriesHerself - Panelist
Happy 100th Birthday, Hollywood1987TV Special documentaryHerself
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade1986TV SpecialHerself
All-Star Tribute to General Jimmy Doolittle1986TV MovieHerself
Bob Hope's Royal Command Performance from Sweden1986TV MovieHerself
The Annual Friars Club Tribute Presents a Salute to Gene Kelly1985TV MovieHerself
Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of American Music1985TV Movie documentaryHerself
The Annual American Technion Society's Albert Einstein Award1985TV MovieHerself
It's Ho-Ho Hope's Jolly Christmas Hour1984TV MovieHerself
All-Star Party for Frank Sinatra1983TV MovieHerself
The 28th Annual Genii Awards1982TV SpecialHerself
Women I Love: Beautiful But Funny1982TV MovieHerself
Bob Hope Special: Hope, Women and Song1980TV SpecialHerself
The Mike Douglas Show1969-1979TV SeriesHerself - Vocalist / Herself - Actress / Herself
The Hollywood Squares1968-1979TV SeriesHerself - Panelist
The National Leukemia Broadcast Council Honors Shirley Jones1979TV MovieHerself - Honoree
The 51st Annual Academy Awards1979TV Special documentaryHerself - Co-Presenter: Best Art Direction-Set Decoration
Behind the Scenes: Beyond the Poseidon Adventure1979TV MovieHerself
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1978TV SeriesHerself
The 20th Annual Grammy Awards1978TV SpecialHerself
A Thanksgiving Reunion with the Partridge Family and My Three Sons1977TV MovieHerself
The Cry of a Hurting World... I'm Hungry!1977TV Movie documentaryHerself
Perry Como's Music from Hollywood1977TV SpecialHerself
Dinah!1975-1976TV SeriesHerself - Guest
From Montreal, the Bob Hope Olympic Benefit1976TV MovieHerself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1966-1976TV SeriesHerself - Guest / Herself
The 1st Annual People's Choice Awards1975TV SpecialHerself - Presenter: Favourite Musical Group
Don Adams' Screen Test1975TV Series
The 20th Annual Genii Awards1974TV SpecialHerself - Winner
A Musical Celebration to Stephen Sondheim1973TV MovieHerself - Performer
The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour1971TV SeriesHerself
The Pet Set1971TV Series documentaryHerself
This Is Your Life1971TV SeriesHerself
The 23rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1971TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
The 43rd Annual Academy Awards1971TV SpecialHerself - Performer & Co-Presenter: Best Sound
The Jim Nabors Hour1971TV SeriesHerself
The Ed Sullivan Show1956-1970TV SeriesHerself - Singer / Herself
The Dean Martin Show1969-1970TV SeriesHerself
The David Frost Show1970TV SeriesHerself - Guest
He Said, She Said1970TV SeriesHerself
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Special1970TV MovieHerself
The Joey Bishop Show1969TV SeriesHerself
Personality1969TV SeriesHerself
This Is Tom Jones1969TV Series documentaryHerself
The Carol Burnett Show1968-1969TV SeriesHerself
The Match Game1969TV SeriesHerself - Team Captain
The Alan King Show1969TV MovieHerself - Singer
The 40th Annual Academy Awards1968TV SpecialHerself - Co-Presenter: Best Art Direction-Set Decoration
The Jerry Lewis Show1967TV SeriesHerself
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour1967TV SeriesHerself
Dream Girl of '671967TV SeriesHerself - Hostess
Everybody's Talking1967TV SeriesHerself
The Andy Williams Show1965-1967TV SeriesHerself
The Danny Kaye Show1965-1966TV SeriesHerself
I Feel a Song Coming On1965TV MovieHerself
Danny Thomas' The Wonderful World of Burlesque: Second Edition1965TV SpecialHerself
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall1965TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The 36th Annual Academy Awards1964TV SpecialHerself - Presenter: Best Original Song
The Bell Telephone Hour1960-1964TV SeriesHerself - Hostess / Herself - Singer / Herself
Here's Hollywood1962TV SeriesHerself - Guest
What's My Line?1962TV SeriesHerself - Mystery Guest
The 34th Annual Academy Awards1962TV SpecialHerself - Presenter: Best Actor in a Supporting Role
The Writers Guild Awards1962TV SpecialHerself - Performer
Arthur Freed's Hollywood Melody1962TV MovieHerself
The 33rd Annual Academy Awards1961TV SpecialHerself - Winner: Best Actress in a Supporting Role
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show1961TV SeriesHerself
What About Linda?1961TV SpecialHerself
The Garry Moore Show1959TV SeriesHerself
Spectacular1959TV SeriesHerself
The George Gobel Show1959TV SeriesHerself
The 30th Annual Academy Awards1958TV SpecialHerself - Performer
The Pat Boone-Chevy Showroom1957-1958TV SeriesHerself
The Frank Sinatra Show1958TV SeriesHerself
Lux Video Theatre1956TV SeriesHerself
The Herb Shriner Show1956TV SeriesHerself
Ford Star Jubilee1956TV SeriesHerself
Film Fanfare1956TV SeriesHerself
The Vic Damone Show1956TV SeriesHerself
Person to Person1956TV Series documentaryHerself
The Colgate Comedy Hour1955TV SeriesHerself - Singer
Untitled Bill Hayes DocumentaryDocumentary post-production
Classic Hollywood Cinemas2016DocumentaryHerself
Rise and Shine2015/IIIDocumentary shortHerself - Interviewee
An American Tragedy2015DocumentaryHerself
Looking for Mabel Normand2015DocumentaryNarrator (voice)
Great Broadway Musical Moments from the Ed Sullivan Show2015TV Movie documentaryHerself - Host
Elmer Gantry: An Interview with Shirley Jones2014Video documentary shortHerself
The Insider2014TV SeriesHerself
The Nicole Barrett Show2014TV SeriesHerself
A Strange Brand of Happy: Behind the Scenes2014TV MovieHerself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2013TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Good Day L.A.2013TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Huckabee2013TV SeriesHerself
Fox and Friends2013TV SeriesHerself
Katie2013TV SeriesHerself
Marie2013TV Series documentary
Talent Watch2013TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Q N' A with Mikki and Shay2013TV SeriesHerself
Out of My Dreams: Oscar Hammerstein II2012TV Movie documentaryHerself Laurey Williams Julie Jordan
Jon Finch: The Ultimate Impresario2011Video shortHerself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2011TV SeriesHerself - Guest
RuPaul's Drag U2011TV SeriesHerself - Guest Judge
Family Band: The Cowsills Story2011DocumentaryHerself
Celebrity Ghost Stories2010TV Series documentaryHerself
The 8th Annual TV Land Awards2010TV SpecialHerself - Glee Club
Breakfast2010TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Hollywood Singing & Dancing: A Musical History - 1980s, 1990s and 2000s2009Video documentaryHerself
The View2009TV SeriesHerself
World's Dumbest2009TV SeriesHerself
Hollywood Singing & Dancing: A Musical History - 1960's2009Video documentaryHerself
Hollywood Singing & Dancing: A Musical History - 1970's2009Video documentaryHerself
Rachael Ray2009TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1930s: Dancing Away the Great Depression2009Video documentaryHerself - Host and Narrator
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1940s: Stars, Stripes and Singing2009Video documentaryHerself
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1950s: The Golden Era of the Musical2009Video documentaryHerself
Biography2000-2008TV Series documentaryHerself
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History2008Video documentaryHerself
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure2008TV Movie documentaryHerself - Host
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1920s: The Dawn of the Hollywood Musical2008Video documentaryHerself
Whatever Happened To?2007TV SeriesHerself
TV Land Confidential2007TV Series documentaryHerself - Interviewee
Ready for School2007VideoHerself
Entertainment Tonight2007TV SeriesHerself
2007 Camie Awards2007TV SpecialHerself
In the Cutz2006TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Good Morning America2002-2006TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Inside Edition2006TV Series documentaryHerself
The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch2005TV SeriesHerself
The 3rd Annual TV Land Awards2005TV SpecialLynette Scavo (segment "Desperate Classic Housewives")
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Songs: America's Greatest Music in the Movies2004TV Movie documentaryHerself
49th Annual Drama Desk Awards2004TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
Today2004TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Hollywood Squares2003-2004TV SeriesHerself - Panelist
Comedic Genius: The Work of Bernard Slade2003TV Movie documentaryHerself
The 75th Annual Academy Awards2003TV SpecialHerself - Past Winner
TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV2003TV Special documentaryHerself
We Are Family2003TV Movie documentaryHerself
Bob Hope at 1002003TV Movie documentaryHerself
The Other Half2002TV SeriesHerself
The 3rd Annual Family Television Awards2001TV SpecialHerself
The Test2001TV SeriesHerself - Panelist
Intimate Portrait2001TV Series documentaryHerself
That '70s Show2000TV SeriesHerself
The Di Palma Forum at UNLV1999TV SeriesHerself
Radio City Music Hall's Grand Re-Opening Gala1999TV MovieHerself

Archive Footage

Entertainment Tonight2015TV SeriesHerself
Inside Edition2015TV Series documentaryHerself
Broadway: The American Musical2004TV Mini-Series documentaryLaurey Williams (in 'Oklahoma!')
Close to You: Remembering the Carpenters1997TV Movie documentaryHerself
Bob Hope's Bag Full of Christmas Memories1993TV SpecialHerself - 'Silver Bells'
Fred Astaire Salutes the Fox Musicals1974TV MovieHerself

Won Awards

2007Grace AwardMovieGuide AwardsGrace Award for TelevisionHidden Places (2006)
2000Community Appreciation AwardBearfest - Big Bear Lake International Film Festival
1999Lifetime Achievement AwardTemecula Valley International Film Festival
1986Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 14 February 1986. At 1541 Vine Street.
1961OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actress in a Supporting RoleElmer Gantry (1960)
1961Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Female Supporting PerformanceElmer Gantry (1960)
1960NBR AwardNational Board of Review, USABest Supporting ActressElmer Gantry (1960)

Nominated Awards

2011ISAIndie Series AwardsOutstanding Guest AppearanceFamily Dinner (2009)
2010Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Guest Actress in a Drama SeriesThe Cleaner (2008)
2007ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or MiniseriesHidden Places (2006)
2006Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a MovieHidden Places (2006)
2003TV Land AwardTV Land AwardsQuintessential Non-Traditional FamilyThe Partridge Family (1970)
1998Daytime EmmyDaytime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Service Show HostAMC Family Classics (1996)
1995CableACECableACE AwardsPerformance in a Comedy Special1995 MTV Movie Awards (1995)
1972Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest TV Actress - Comedy or MusicalThe Partridge Family (1970)
1971Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest TV Actress - Comedy or MusicalThe Partridge Family (1970)
1970Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading RoleSilent Night, Lonely Night (1969)
1963Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Actress - Comedy or MusicalThe Music Man (1962)
1963Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Female Star14th place.
1962Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Female Star9th place.
1961Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Supporting ActressElmer Gantry (1960)
1958Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Female Musical PerformanceApril Love (1957)

3rd Place Awards

1963Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Female Musical PerformanceThe Music Man (1962)
1959Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Female Musical PerformanceNever Steal Anything Small (1959)

Known for movies

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