Biography - A Short Wiki
If you have seen the Psycho, then you must be familiar with the name, Vera June Miles. Vera is one of the most successful and biggest retired actresses of Hollywood who has worked in many movies with Alfred Hitchcock, including the blockbuster film like Psycho and Psycho II. She is known for versatile roles in the film like, “Follow Me, Boys!”, Tarzan’s Hidden Jungle and many more.
Here is a short summary of Vera Miles' career:
Vera started her film career when she moved to Los Angeles in the year 1950, and she then started doing small roles in the films. She then got her minor role in the Two Tickets to Broadway, where she was a chorus girl. Her first significant role where she was given credit was The Rose Bowl Story, which was a romantic comedy, and then in 1955, she got her first vital role in the film Tarzan’s Hidden Jungle. Later she got a role in the movie The Searchers and appeared in the movie like Wichita.
Family and Personal Life
Vera got married four times in the whole lie. Her first husband was Bob Miles, whose last name she kept, and they got married in 1948. Both had two daughters, and they divorced in the year 1954. She then got into the film industry, and her second husband was the co-star of Tarzan’s Hidden Jungle, Gordon Scott. They were married for four years from 1956 to 1960. They both also had a son together. She then married another actor Keith Larsen, and they were married for the longest from 1960 to 1971.
|Children/Kids||Yes (Kelley Miles, Eric Larsen, Debra Miles, Michael Scott)|
Vera Miles - Bikini Photos
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Vera June Miles|
|Age (as of today)||93 years|
|Date of Birth||August 23, 1929|
|Place of Birth||Boise City, Oklahoma, USA|
|Weight||52 kg, 114.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$10 million|
Height, Weight, and Age
The actor weighs 52 kg. As of today, November 30, 2022, Vera Miles is 93 years old.
I love young men, lots of them, your ancient masculine double standard.Vera Miles
I couldn’t kill a fly.Vera Miles