LaVelda Fann Bio, Wiki
LaVelda Lone Fann is known for her work on A Man Called Sloane (1979), High Sierra Search and Rescue (1995) and Dead Above Ground (2002). She was the wife of Robert Conrad until their divorce in 2010. Conrad is reported to have died from heart failure in Malibu, California, on February 8th, 2020, at age 84.
LaVelda Fann Age
She was born on August 16th, 1960, in Gadsen, Alabama. She is 59 years old as of 2020.
LaVelda Fann & Robert Conrad
Fann was the second wife of producer and writer, Robert Conrad. The two were married for 23 years. The pair met on the Miss National Teenager Pageant where her future husband was the MC. Sparks flew as soon as they met. They married the same year on March 28th, 1977, when she was 17 and Robert, was 46. The pair later divorced in 2010 due to marital differences.
Conrad and his first wife Joan were married for 25 years until an amicable divorce. The couple had five children.
LaVelda Fann Children
Conrad and Fann have three daughters together Kaja Conrad (born 1983), Camille Conrad (born 1985) and Chelsea Conrad (born 1987).
Besides their children, Fann was a stepmother to six of Conrad’s children. Five of his children were from his previous marriage with Joan Kenlay.
LaVelda Fann Career
Fann started her career acting at the age of 19, in the TV series A Man Called Sloane. She played the character of Linda together with her husband and actor Dan O’Herlihy, for an episode. She was later featured in an on-screen again in the TV series High Sierra Search and Rescue. Fann later got to star alongside her husband again as the character. The series also starred Jason Lewis.
Fann starred in the movie Dead Above Ground with actors like Corbin Bernsen and Stephen J. Cannell. Robert Conrad was in the movie too. She as well played a minor role in the movie as Mrs. Wilson. Fann is also the owner of FannHaven Productions in Los Angeles since 2007.
Robert Conrad Death & Cause
Conrad is reported to have died from heart failure in Malibu, California, on February 8th, 2020, at age 84.
“He lived a wonderfully long life and while the family is saddened by his passing, he will live forever in their hearts,” family spokesman Jeff Ballard tells PEOPLE.
Born in Chicago, Illinois on March 1st, 1935, Conrad worked as a milkman while pursuing a career as a local nightclub singer before moving to Los Angeles in 1958 and booking his first big recurring role on Hawaiian Eye in 1959.
A small private service is scheduled for March 1, which would have been Conrad’s 85th birthday. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Wounded Warrior Project and The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation.
Rest in peace, Robert Conrad. Thank you for giving me two of the best TV shows a kid growing up could ever hope for. pic.twitter.com/xLap62i0Il
— Alberto de la Cruz (@albertodelacruz) February 8, 2020