Venetia Stevenson

Who is Venetia Stevenson?

Venetia Stevenson, often known as Charley’s Aunt, is an English-American actress. Venetia Stevenson was formerly Miss Los Angeles Press Club. She was the cover girl of Oh Lala magazine in 1989’s Back to the Future Part II.

Venetia Stevenson – Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Joanna Venetia Invicta Stevenson was born in London, England on March 10, 1938.

Her parents are Robert Stevenson and Anna Lee. 

Her family relocated to Hollywood in 1939, shortly after her birth.

Robert was a well-known director of high-brow films such as Tudor Rose and Back Street.

Her mother, Anne, was a well-known British actress.

Her parents had divorced by 1944, so she lived with her father and stepmother.

Venetia has a sister Caroline, a half-brother Hugh Howard Stevenson from her father, and three half-siblings from her mother, John, Stephen, and Tim Stafford.

Tim, her brother, is an American actor who goes by the stage name Jeffrey Byron.

In California, she attended a private school.

Net Worth of Venetia Stevenson? Salary, Earning

An actor’s average wage in the 1950s was $3,300 US.

Venetia Stevenson’s net worth is expected to be $2 million in 2022.

Stevenson received $300 US at a horse exhibition as a reward.

She appeared in Back to the Future II in 1989, which grossed over $332 million US dollars worldwide.

Her father’s net worth as an English writer and director was believed to be $1 million US.

Her mother’s net worth as an actress was believed to be $500 thousand US.

Jeffrey Byron, Venetia’s half-brother, has a net worth of roughly $500,000 USD. Jeffrey is also a performer.

Facts of Venetia Stevenson

Age: 84 years
Birth Date: March 10, 1938
Full Name: Venetia Stevenson
Net Worth: $2 million US
Profession actress

Relationship, Married life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Joanna Venetia Invicta Stevenson is a single woman.

She previously married MGM actor-dancer Russ Tamblyn on February 14, 1956, at the Wayfarers Chapel in Palos Verdes.

Venetia. Russ divorced her on April 1, 1957, but they remained friends.

She then married Don Everly on February 13, 1962, and retired from her career.

They have two daughters, Stacy and Erin Everly, as well as a son, Edan Everly.

Their daughters are models and actresses, while Edan, their son, is a musician.

Don and Venetia divorced in early 1970. Erin, her daughter, is the ex-wife of rocker Axl Rose.


When they co-starred in the 1960 film Seven Ways from Sundown, Venetia dated actor Audie Murphy for a year.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Color

Venetia Stevenson’s hair is light, and her eyes are blue.

Venetia Stevenson during the photo shoot. Source: eBay

Venetia stands at 5 feet 3 inches tall.

Venetia Stevenson – Professional Career

Stevenson made her stage debut with her mother in Liliom in April 1955 at the Sombrero Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona.

She appeared in the CBS Playhouse 90 rendition of Charley’s Aunt on March 13, 1957, alongside late actors Tom Tryon and Jackie Coogan.

On November 12, 1957, she appeared as Kathy Larsen in Sugarfoot’s episode Trail’s End.

Darby’s Rangers, in which she played Peggy McTavish, was released in 1958, and Day of the Outlaw was released in 1959.

Movies in Motion

Island of Lost Women, Jet Over the Atlantic, The Big Night, Seven Ways from Sundown, The City of the Dead, and The Sergeant Was a Lady are some of her film appearances.

Venetia has appeared on television in episodes of Cheyenne, Colt.45, 77 Sunset Strip, Ozzie and Harriet, Lawman, The Millionaire, The Third Man, and Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

Venetia Stevenson – Social Media Status

We were unable to trace Venetia on any social media platform.

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Quick Facts of Venetia Stevenson

  • Venetia is an English-American actress known as Charley’s Aunt.
  • She is a one-time Miss Los Angeles Press Club.
  • Venetia appeared in 1989 Back to the Future Part II as the cover girl of Oh Lala magazine.
  • She is the daughter of Robert Stevenson and Anna Lee.
  • In 1989, Venetia was a part of Back to the Future part II which grossed over $332 million US worldwide.