Julie Cobb
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Julie Cobb
Julie Cobb
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Cobb in 1977.
Julie Frances Cobb

(1947-05-29) May 29, 1947 (age 72)
Years active1968–present
  • Jerry Hoffman
    (m. 1970; div. 1971)
  • Victor French
    (m. 1976; div. 1977)
  • Christopher Morgan
    (m. 1978; div. 1985)
  • James Cromwell
    (m. 1986; div. 2005)

Julie Frances Cobb (born May 29, 1947) is an American actress.

Early life and career

Cobb was born in Los Angeles, California, to a Jewish family.[1][2][3] Her parents were actor Lee J. Cobb and actress Helen Beverley.[4]

Cobb's career, which lasted over forty years, mostly consisted of guest appearances on television shows. Her first credited role was in an episode of Star Trek entitled "By Any Other Name", which was first broadcast on February 23, 1968. (She was the only female Redshirt to be killed in the original series) She appeared on the television series, The Brady Bunch (1971), Season 2, Ep 18, Our Son The Man, as Greg Brady's high school interest. She also played the matriarch of the Pembroke family on the first season of the television sitcom Charles in Charge, and also appeared on the short-lived television series The D.A..

Her film career has included roles in The Second Coming of Suzanne (1974), Fantasy Island (Trouble my lovely/The common man) (1978)Just You and Me, Kid (1979), The Runnin' Kind (1989), Lisa (1990), Defending Your Life (1991) and Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde (1995). She also appeared in the TV movie versions of Salem's Lot (1979) and Brave New World (1980). As a stage actress, she won the L.A. Drama Critics Award for her role in a stage production of Arthur Miller's play After the Fall.

Private life

She has been married four times. Her fourth husband was the actor James Cromwell whom she married on May 29, 1986; the marriage ended in a divorce in 2005.[5]


  1. ^ Vernon Scott (January 4, 1976). "Bicentennial a 'very special event" for actor Lee J. Cobb". The Pittsburgh Press. Retrieved 2009.
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MF9Q-MPV
  4. ^ Simonson, Robert (2011-07-26). "Helen Beverley, Yiddish Theatre Actress, Dies at 94". Playbill.com. Archived from the original on 2012-10-21. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "James Cromwell files for divorce", Associated Press, January 14, 2005

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