Angela Cartwright – Actress, Author, and Curator
Angela Cartwright is a prolific actress, author, and curator. In addition to her role as Brigitta von Trapp in The Sound of Music, she has appeared on a variety of television shows, including The Danny Thomas Show, Logan’s Run, and The Love Boat. She also has a diverse list of credits, including co-authoring a biannual journal called Pasticcio quartz. Her many talents make her one of the most versatile actresses her generation.
Angela Cartwright was born in Altrincham in Cheshire, England. She began her modeling career as a child model when she was just five years old. She was already four years old when she began to attract the attention of top photographers. She had appeared on numerous magazine covers and advertisements. Angela Cartwright was three years old when she made her first movie appearance as the daughter of comedian Paul Newman. She later appeared in a comedy called Something of Value with Sidney Poitier and Rock Hudson.
Since her first film appearance at the age of three, Angela Cartwright has gone on to star in a number of films, including Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Lost in Space, and Shirley Temple’s Storybook. She is married to Steve Gullioion, and they have two children together. She has not disclosed her education. Angela Cartwright’s networth is $5 million as of 2022.
Angela Cartwright has many other interests beyond her film career. These include acting and photography. Her most well-known roles include Brigitta in “The Sound of Music” and Penny Robinson in “Lost in Space”. Angela Cartwright was close to her husband Danny Thomas until his death in 1991. She was also an actor, but she also wrote and displayed art.