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Verna Bloom Wiki/Biography
Verna Bloom was born on the 7th August 1939, in Lynn, Massachusetts USA, and is a retired actress, probably best known to the world for her portrayal of Sarah Belding in the film “High Plains Drifter”, and as Mary, Mother of Jesus in the film “The Last Temptation of Christ”, among many other differing appearances.
Have you ever wondered how rich Verna Bloom is, as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Bloom’s wealth is as high as $9 million, an amount earned through her successful career as an actress, active from the late ‘60s until the early 2000s.
Verna Bloom Net Worth $9 Million
Verna grew up in her hometown, and after the finishing high school moved to Boston, where she enrolled at the School of Fine Arts, from which she obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, then continued her learning of performing arts at the HB Studio in New York City.
Verna made her debut in 1967 with a minor role in the TV series “NBC Experiments in Television”, and the same year featured in another TV series “N.Y.P.D.”. She made her film debut in the drama “Medium Cool”, starring next to Robert Forster and Peter Bonerz, while in 1973 she made her breakthrough with the role of Sarah Belding in the western “High Plains Drifter”, starring Clint Eastwood and Marianna Hill, with Verna herself in a lead role; the film became a box office success, grossing more than $15 million, which helped increase her wealth. She had several other successful appearances during the ‘70s, such as Jenny in the sci-fi drama “Where Have All the People Gone” (1974), and as Marion Wormer in the comedy film “Animal Lover” (1978), with John Belushi, Karen Allen and Tom Hulce as the stars of the film.
She continued the momentum from the ‘70s into the early ‘80s by appearing in such successful films as the Golden Globe Award-nominated drama “Playing for Time” (1980), starring Vanessa Redgrave, Jane Alexander and Maud Adams, while in 1982 she portrayed Emmy in Clint Eastwood’s film “Honkytonk Man”, and in 1985 had a role in the Academy Award-nominated adventure film “The Journey of Natty Gann”, which also added to her net worth. The same year she starred in the comedy-drama “After Hours”, with Griffin Dunne, and Rosanna Arquette, and then made one of her most prominent appearances, as Mary, Mother of Jesus in Martin Scorsese’s Academy Award-nominated drama “The Last Temptation of Christ”.
Since then, Verna has remained away from the world of the entertainment world, focused on other aspects of her life, however, details are yet to be disclosed.
Regarding her personal life, Verna has been married to screenwriter Jay Cocks since 1972; the couple doesn’t have any children.
|Net Worth||$9 Million|
|Date Of Birth||August 7, 1939|
|Place Of Birth||Lynn, Massachusetts, United States|
|Nominations||National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress|
|Movies||High Plains Drifter, After Hours, Animal House, The Last Temptation of Christ, Medium Cool, The Hired Hand, Honkytonk Man, Badge 373, The Journey of Natty Gann, Playing for Time, Where Have All the People Gone?, Sarah T. – Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic|
|1||Co-founded the Trident Playhouse in Denver and also worked as a box-office custodian, publicity chief and janitress.|
|2||Went to Maine's Bar Harbour Theatre.|
|3||Worked in a coffee shop and shared a basement apartment with two other girls while studying at university.|
|4||Attended the School of Fine Arts in Boston University, graduating with a BFA in 1959. She later studied at the Herbert Berghof Studio in New York City.|
|5||Her arresting performance as assassin Charlotte Corday (replacing Glenda Jackson) in the Broadway production of "Marat/Sade" in 1967 led to film offers, most notably in Medium Cool (1969) and Clint Eastwood's High Plains Drifter (1973). Her last acting film role to date was as Mary, the mother of Jesus, in the highly controversial Martin Scorsese film The Last Temptation of Christ (1988).|
|The West Wing||2003||TV Series||Molly Lapham|
|Where Are They Now?: A Delta Alumni Update||2003||Video short||Marion Wormer|
|Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman||1993||TV Series||Maude Bray|
|The Equalizer||1988-1989||TV Series||Ellen / Marian Grey|
|The Last Temptation of Christ||1988||Mary, Mother of Jesus|
|Cagney & Lacey||1987||TV Series||Joan Torvec|
|Promises to Keep||1985||TV Movie uncredited|
|The Journey of Natty Gann||1985||Farm Woman|
|Rivkin: Bounty Hunter||1981||TV Movie||Bertha|
|Playing for Time||1980||TV Movie||Paulette|
|Animal House||1978||Marion Wormer|
|Lou Grant||1977||TV Series||Emily|
|Contract on Cherry Street||1977||TV Movie||Emily Hovannes|
|Visions||1977||TV Series||Nancy Doucette|
|Police Story||1973-1976||TV Series||Marge Connor / Elizabeth Shaner|
|Kojak||1976||TV Series||Carrie Zachary|
|The Blue Knight||1975||TV Series||Moody Larkin|
|Sarah T. - Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic||1975||TV Movie||Jean Hodges|
|Where Have All the People Gone||1974||TV Movie||Jenny|
|High Plains Drifter||1973||Sarah Belding|
|Doc Elliot||1973||TV Series||Mary Beth Hickey|
|Particular Men||1972||TV Movie||Evelyn|
|The Hired Hand||1971||Hannah Collings|
|Children's Games||1969||The Girl|
|Bonanza||1969||TV Series||Ellen Masters|
|N.Y.P.D.||1967||TV Series||Barbara Laney|
|NBC Experiment in Television||1967||TV Series|
|By Sidney Lumet||2015||Documentary thanks|
|Tell Them Who You Are||2004||Documentary||Herself|
|The Return of 'The Hired Hand'||2003||Video documentary||Herself|
|Look Out, Haskell, It's Real: The Making of 'Medium Cool'||2001||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|The Yearbook: An 'Animal House' Reunion||1998||Video documentary||Herself|
|The David Frost Show||1969||TV Series||Herself|
3rd Place Awards
|1970||NSFC Award||National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA||Best Actress||Medium Cool (1969)|
|1970||NSFC Award||National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA||Best Supporting Actress||Medium Cool (1969)|