Roberta Jymme Schourop, better known as Roberta Shore, is a retired American actress. She is also known as an accomplished performer who was born in Monterey Park, California, USA. She was a well-known actress in the 1950s and 1960s.
She had notable roles in films and television series, including Henrietta Gogerty on “The Bob Cummings Show” from 1961 to 1962. She also portrayed Betsy Garth in the television series “The Virginian.”
|Celebrated Name:||Roberta Jymme Schourop|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Roberta Jymme Schourop|
|Age:||79 years old|
|Birth Date:||7th April 1943|
|Birth Place:||Monterey Park, California, US|
|Height:||5’8”, 173 cm|
|Weight:||55 kg, 121lbs|
|Husband/Spouse (Name):||Kent Christensen( m.1964-div ), Terry C. Barber (m. –Died 1987), Ron Frederickson|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||Yes (2)|
|Is Roberta Shore Lesbian/Gay?:||No|
|Net Worth in 2022:||$4 million|
Roberta Shore Biography
Roberta Shore was born on April 7, 1943 in Monterey Park, California, USA. They were raised in the Los Angeles suburb of San Gabriel, alongside her siblings Dorothy Madeline Schourup and Stanley Wilford Schourup.
Her parents raised her in the Christian faith. She discovered she was a performer and singer at the age of ten and began performing and singing in San Gabriel and the surrounding city. She went through Tex William’s television program when she was 11 years old and went on to become a regular performer on The Pinky Lee Show.
Roberta Shore Age, Height, Weight
Roberta Shore was born on April 7, 1943, and is 79 years old. Her height is 173 cm, and she weighs 55 kg.
Roberta Shore’s acting career began when she co-starred in several Walt Disney productions starring the Mouseketeers. She recalls being rejected from Mouseketeer auditions because she was taller than the other cast members. She remarked jokingly that she towered over them.
She appeared in “Annette’s Self-Titled Series” as Annette Funicello’s rival Laura Rogan. She also appeared in “The Shaggy Dog” in 1959 as the French-speaking Franceska. Not only has Roberta appeared in Disney films, but she also appeared in the 1959 screen adaptation of Blue Denim and made a cameo appearance in “A Summer Place” as Anne Talbert, Sandra Dee’s gossipy schoolmate.
Then, in 1960, she played Ricky Summers in the film “Because They’re Young.” She then played Jenny Bell in “The Young Savage” in 1961 and Lorna in Stanley Kubrick’s 1962 version of Lolita. Other television appearances include “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,” “Playhouse 90,” “The Donna Reed Show,” and “The Lawrence Welk Show.”
She has also appeared in a number of Western television series, including The Tall Man, Maverick, Laramie, Lawman, and Wagon Train. In addition, she played Joyce in The New Bob Cummings Show and Father Knows Best on a regular basis.
In the mid-1960s, she stepped back from acting and became more involved in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. In 1984, she made a comeback as a radio disc jockey and program host in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Roberta Shore Achievements and Awards
She has no award or nomination records, but let us give her credit for the role she has played in entertaining people through films and television series.
Roberta Shore’s Net Worth in 2023
Roberta Shore has managed to make a living as a performer over the course of her career. She discovered her talent at the age of ten and began traveling to different regions to perform, earning her a sizable sum. She then pursued a career in acting, which increased her net worth significantly. As of March 2023, her net worth is $4 million.
Because of her advanced age, Robert has retired from her active acting career. She will, however, be remembered for her talent in the entertainment industry. She is an excellent role model for many young people who look to her for guidance.
Roberta Shore Husband, Marriage
Roberta Shore married her first husband, Kent Christensen, in 1964. Kent was a very controlling husband who insisted on her choosing between her career and her marriage. They chose to divorce because their marriage was beset by so many difficulties.
After that, she married her second husband, Terry C. Barber. He was a loving and caring husband who was more than willing to support her dreams, but he died in 1987 from a brain tumor.
Roberta Shore is currently married to her third husband, actor, director, and retired theatre professor Ron Frederickson. In Salt Lake City, Utah, they have a happy married life.