Joyce Dewitt in Bikini – Body, Height, Weight, Nationality, Net Worth, and More

Biography - A Short Wiki

Joyce Dewitt is an actress in America who became well-familiar with the people worldwide for playing the role Janet Wood on the ABC sitcom Three’s Company. When she was in high school, Dewitt started taking acting classes apart. During 1977-1984 she played the role of Janet, and later appeared in a comedy film named Spring Fling and made some guest appearances in episodes of Finder of Lost Lovers, Pinky and the Brain, Cybill, and Living Single.

Career Highlights

Here is a short summary of Joyce Dewitt's career:

Joyce started her career in acting at the age of 13. She started to appear on stage when she was in high school.

Family and Personal Life

She has always been a private person since she started working with Three’s Company. In 1979, an article revealed that she was in a relationship with an American TV and film character actor named Ray Buktenica. She met him while she was graduating from UCLA.

Family Information
Husband/Spouse (Name):N/A
Boyfriend/Girlfriend (Dating)N/A
Civil StatusSingle

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Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts

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More Interesting Facts
Full/Real NameJoyce Anne DeWitt
Gender (Biological)Female
Age (as of today)75 years
Date of BirthApril 23, 1949
Place of BirthWheeling, West Virginia, United States
Height1.61 m, 5 feet 3 inches
Weight52 kg, 114.5 lbs
Net Worth / Wealth$5 million

Height, Weight, and Age

Joyce Dewitt's height is pretty average measuring 1.61 m. The actress weighs 52 kg. As of today, May 17, 2024, Joyce Dewitt is 75 years old.


"Every once in a while in an actor's life, a cast comes together."

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"One of my teachers says the sound you hear in the center of the universe is laughter. I don't know if it's true, but if you do something and 30 years later it still produces laughter, that's a fantasy you can't make up."

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"Hollywood can be brutal, inhuman, the opposite of what the theatre is, and I had little desire to be part of it."

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"When you decide you're going to join a project, it's all about the gift you're giving the audience."

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"I mean, sitcoms shouldn't be doing 'Saturday Night Live.' You can't just do bit after bit after bit. You have to string it together with tight writing and performances. Hollywood seems to have forgotten how to do this."

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