Priscilla Cory height - How tall is Priscilla Cory?

Priscilla Cory (Priscilla Karen Florence Whitenack (Prissy Poo, Priceless)) was born on 24 March, 1957 in Long Beach, California, USA, is an actress. At 64 years old, Priscilla Cory height is 4 ft 11 in (152.0 cm).

Now We discover Priscilla Cory's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of net worth at the age of 64 years old?

Popular As Priscilla Karen Florence Whitenack (Prissy Poo, Priceless)
Occupation actress
Age 64 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 24 March 1957
Birthday 24 March
Birthplace Long Beach, California, USA
Nationality USA

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She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.

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Priscilla Cory Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Priscilla Cory worth at the age of 64 years old? Priscilla Cory’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from USA. We have estimated Priscilla Cory's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Actress

Priscilla Cory Social Network




Troy Cory Show's were also produced in "The People's Republic of China," beginning in 1988-2004, by back-up singers known as the "Brooke Sisters.

" Back-up dancers in 1988 were, Joey Lauren Adams and Angelica Bridges who lip synced to some of Priscilla Cory's recorded songs. Her father Troy Cory was the first American singing artist to perform in, The People's Republic of China. Her great grandfather, is inventor Nathan B.


Her main movie breakthrough was in the biographical made-for-TV movie, Deadman's Curve (1978), a World Premiere Movie on CBS about "Jan and Dean", a surf music singing duo from the early 1960's. This movie was a door opener for 'Jan Berry', and Dean Torrence, it gave them a whole new opportunity for a comeback music career, many years after Jan Berry's traumatic automobile accident. Priscilla Cory co-starred as Linda along with the stars Richard Hatch, as Jan and Bruce Davison as Dean, aka "Jan and Dean".


Priscilla Cory's first television appearances were on her father's Troy Cory Variety Show, The Troy Cory Evening Show (1974), on channels KTLA-5 and KCOP-13. Priscilla Cory and her father Troy Cory were the hosts and sang together on the show as a "duet," and did comedy skits, written by Vic Dunlop. They were compared to other family duets such as, "Frank and Nancy Sinatra," "Donny & Marie Osmond," and Sonny & Cher. Priscilla Cory has recorded over 60 songs, some specifically for The Troy Show, movies and other shows.


Priscilla Cory started out at about 6 years old modeling professionally with the William Adrian Teen Modeling Agency, in Pasadena, CA (before being a teenager) and was in The Rose Parade in 1967 and 1973 on winning floats.


Priscilla Cory, surname, (Priscilla Stubblefield) was born in Long Beach, California along with three brothers. Her parents are, singers, actor, producer, and songwriters, Troy Cory, surname, (Keith Stubblefield) and her mother Dorothy. Both of her parents teamed up as songwriters with Robert B. Sherman and his brother Richard M. Sherman Academy Award winners. Priscilla's parents also co-wrote songs with Sonny Bono who was also the A & R man for Prisicilla's father Troy Cory during the late 1950's.


She sang the hit song "Linda" written by Jack Lawrence (1946), in the movie which was recorded by the duo Jan and Dean in the 1960's. Priscilla Cory did a Coca Cola Commercial playing a Homecoming Queen. Priscilla Cory and her father Troy Cory later performed in Europe, recording and filming. They starred in "Just in the Nick of Time," a Christmas movie filmed in Bavaria, Germany and Austria, made for American and German television. Priscilla's portrayed 'Little Miss Santa' and she did the narration for the film in both English and German. Priscilla Cory's agents over the years were, Bill Robards Talent Agency in Burbank, CA, Herb Tannen Agency (commercials), Hollywood, CA, Leon Raper Agency, Beverly Hills, CA and also represented by the Agent Walter Kohner, at his brother's legendary Beverly Hills, CA Paul Kohner, Agency.


Her first recording at 14 years old was a rewritten version of, "That's My Weakness Now," made popular by "The It Girl," Helen Kane_(1928). Priscilla recorded her first album with her father Troy Cory, entitled Troy and Priscilla Cory "Easy Lovin," which was later re-released on the 'British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) [gb]', BBC Radioplay Record Label.


Stubblefield who invented the Wireless Telephone and is the pioneer of today's Mobile Phone and known as the first person to transmit the human voice wirelessly in 1892. He is known particularly in the state of Kentucky for inventing the Radio and the Father of Broadcasting. He invented many electrical devices patented in Canada and the U. S. The Wireless Telephone is U. S. Patent No.