Joy Marchenko Bio, Age, Death, Kids, Husband Dean Stockwell, Cause of Death, Parents

Joy Marchenko Biography

Joy Marchenko is popularly known as the second ex-wife of actor Dean Stockwell. She was a textiles expert working in Morrocco. Dean is a famously known actor having been in the film industry for over seventy years. He began as a child actor signed under Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Studios Inc. He is known for films such as Anchors Aweigh (1945), The Green Years (1946), Gentleman’s Agreement (1947), and Kim (1950).

Joy Marchenko Age

Marchenko is probably in her mid-70s. She has not shared her age, birthday, or the year she was born. This section will be updated as soon as possible.

Joy Marchenko Parents

Marchenko was born and raised by her parents in the United States. Information about his family and childhood including his parents and siblings is not available. This section will be updated as soon as information about his parents is available.

Joy Marchenko Husband

Marchenko was previously married to actor Dean Stockwell from 1981 to 2004. Dean was first married to actress Millie Perkins from 1960 to 1962.

Joy Marchenko Children

Marchenko and his ex-husband have a son called Austin who was born On November 5, 1983. They also have a daughter Sophia Stockwell who was born on 5 August 1985.

Joy Marchenko Dean Stockwell Death

Marchenko’s ex-husband Stockwell died of natural causes on November 7, 2021, at the age of 85 in Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico.

Who is Dean Stockwell?

Dean Stockwell, the Oscar- and Emmy-nominated actor best known for his roles in the revolutionary sci-fi series Quantum Leap and Battlestar Galactica, as well as David Lynch’s noir-fever dream Blue Velvet, has died at the age of 85. The actor’s death has been verified by Variety.

Stockwell’s career began when he was a youngster and lasted seven decades. Though he took a break from acting at various points throughout his career, he was nevertheless active, appearing in everything from sci-fi successes and animated series to TV movies and critically acclaimed independent films.

Stockwell was born into a performing family; his mother, Elizabeth Stockwell, was a vaudeville performer, and his father, Harry Stockwell, was a frequent presence on Broadway and had even voiced Prince Charming in Disney’s Snow White. Stockwell, who was born in 1936, had his acting debut six years later, in the Broadway production The Innocent Voyage.

Soon after, he signed with MGM, and in 1945, he landed his first film parts in The Valley of Decision and Anchors Aweigh; in 1947, he won a Golden Globe for Best Juvenile Actor for his performance in Gentleman’s Agreement.

Stockwell continued to work consistently throughout the 1990s and 2000s, starring in blockbusters such as Air Force One, serialized TV classics such as JAG, and even the rare animated show such as Captain Planet and the Planeteers (he voiced Duke Nukem). He then starred in another sci-fi success, the renowned revival of Battlestar Galactica, as the villainous commander of the Cylons, John Cavil.

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