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Dana Barron was born on the 22th April 1966, in New York City, USA and is an award winning actress, best known to the world as Audrey Griswold in the film “National Lampoon’s Vacation” (1983), and as Eleanor in the TV series “Crossbow” (1987), among many other appearances. Her career started in 1980.
Have you ever wondered how rich Dana Barron is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Barron’s net worth is as high as $500,000, an amount earned through her career in the entertainment industry.
Dana Barron Net Worth $500,000
Dana is a daughter of stage actress Joyce McCord, and Rebert Weeks Barron, who is the founder of the Weist-Barron School of Television. She grew up in New York City with her sister Allison, who is also an actress.
When Allison was 11, she started doing commercials and Dana wanted the same – she was 10 years old – and thanks to her father’s influence in the entertainment world, she also featured in several commercials. The next year she appeared on Broadway in the production “Hide and Seek”, next to Christine Baranski. Then in 1980 she made her debut on-screen appearance in the horror film “He Knows You’re Alone”. Three years later she made her breakthrough with the role of Audrey Griswold in the comedy adventure “National Lampoon’s Vacation”, and then she was selected for the role of Eleanor in the TV series about Swiss folk hero Willem Tell, entitled “Crossbow” (1987-1989), which only increased her net worth. Concurrently in 1988 she played Megan Wells in one of the CBS Schoolbreak Specials, “No Means No”, for which she received a Daytime Emmy Award in the category Outstanding Performer in a Children’s Special. Before the ‘80s ended, Dana also appeared in the romantic comedy “Heartbreak Hotel” (1988), starring David Keith, Tuesday Weld, and Charlie Schlatter – her net worth was well established.
In 1992 she portrayed Nikki Witt in nine episodes of the popular TV series “Beverly Hills, 90210”, for which she received a Young Artist Award in the category Best Young Actress Recurring in a Television Series, and in 1997 shared the screen with Harvey Keitel, Stephen Dorff and Timothy Hutton in the thriller “City of Industry, while the following year she had the female lead in the William Richert’s adventure “The Face of Alexandre Dumas: The Man in the Iron Mask”, next to Edward Albert and Timothy Bottoms, which only added to her net worth. Also, the same year she portrayed Casey Wells in the TV series “Magnificent Seven” (1998-2000), followed in 2000 by starring in the romantic drama “Dumped”.
In the early 2000s, Dana featured in several made-for television films, including the mystery drama “McBride: Murder Past Midnight” (2005), and in the family drama “A Letter to Dad”, which also increased her net worth. Dana’s more recent screen role was in 2013, in the made-for-television romantic comedy “Snow Bride”.
RegardIng her personal life, Dana has a son Taylor, with director/producer/writer Michael Vickerman. The two were in a longtime relationship but never married.