• Antoinette Bower is a German actress with a net worth of over $1 million
• She is of Caucasian ethnicity and has grey hair and blue eyes
• She studied in London and worked for the International Refugee Organization and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
• She made her acting debut in 1958 and her career spanned four decades
• Her most recent project was the TV series “Neon Rider” in 1989


Antoinette Bower (Star Trek) Wiki and Biography

Antoinette Bower was born on 30 September 1932, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, which means that she is 86 years old and her zodiac sign is Libra. Bower, whose nationality is German, is best known as an actress who worked on projects such as “Die, Sister, Die”, “Mannix” and “Star Trek”, over the course of her four decades long career in the entertainment world. Her meteoric success allowed her to gain recognition among the media, but it also opened some questions regarding her private life, and we’ll talk about that in the article.

Net Worth

So just how rich is Antoinette Bower as of mid-2019? According to authoritative sources, the actress has a net worth of over $1 million, with her wealth being accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned field. However, Bower hasn’t spoken about her assets, such as vehicles and houses, but she is seemingly able to take care of herself and her family financially.

Ethnicity and Background

Speaking about her ethnicity, Antoinette is Caucasian and has grey hair and blue eyes, which suits her complexion; she previously had blonde hair, which also looked good on her.

Judging from the photos available on the internet, she had a fit figure as a young woman and always looked well put together, indicating that she put time and effort into her looks. She aged gracefully, and her youthful beauty still remains within her. When it comes to her education, Bower studied in London, and having finished with that aspect of her education, she went on to work as a Field Language Supervisor for the International Refugee Organization in Germany.

Reportedly, her career has always been influenced by her own views of the world. However, the mentioned organization was discontinued, and Bower joined her family in relocating to Canada. There she had yet another interesting job, working as a copywriter and disc jockey at a small town station. Thanks to her success, she was able to move forward and eventually to Toronto, where she worked at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Being a multi-talented young woman, at that point Antoinette became interested in acting in both theatre and TV shows.

Antoinette in the 60s

In 1960, Bower visited Los Angeles, and making a few rounds, landed a small project as a TV guest. Shortly afterwards, she decided to move to the city, and in the following years, she mostly appeared on TV and occasionally in theatre.

Relationship Status and Spouse

Despite being a public figure, Bower prefers keeping some information behind closed doors, which includes the majority of details regarding her personal life.

Antoinette Bower

She was married to the artist James Francis Gill, but their marriage fell through, ending in divorce. Bower doesn’t have any children, but her life is filled with joy and prosperity nonetheless, which is all that really matters. Unfortunately, the actress isn’t active on any social media, which makes it harder for her fans to keep in touch with her, but she has a lot of supporters on online platforms nonetheless.


Antoinette made her acting debut in 1958, when she appeared in “The Telltale Heart”. She followed by working on minor projects such as “The Unforeseen”, “Hudson’s Bay”, “Heritage” and “Hong Kong”. As of 1961, she played the role of Annette Jacquelin / Sheila Corbett in two episodes of “Thriller”, and in 1962 the audience was able to see her in “Perry Mason”. In the next year, Antoinette was a guest star in “The Twilight Zone”, which was one of the most prominent TV series at that time.

As of 1967, she began working on “Mission: Impossible”, yet another popular TV series and triple Golden Globe nominee, and appearing in which she was able to collaborate with people such as Greg Morris, Peter Lupus and Barbara Bain. Continuing to work hard, the actress then landed the role of Gail Mason in “Mannix”, which was also one of the most prominent series of that time, although considered to be one of the most violent TV shows of that time, revolving around the life of Joe Mannix, a private investigator. In the same year, the audience was able to see her in one episode of “Star Trek”.

Latter Career

When it comes to Antoinette’s more recent projects, in 1980 she played the role of Mrs. Hammond in “Prom Night”, a horror movie that follows the story of a serial killer who goes on a killing spree during a high school prom. As of 1987, the actress worked on “Murder, She Wrote”, and in 1989 joined the cast of “Neon Rider”, ultimately appearing in its 42 episodes. The series, in which she played Fox Devlin, follows the story of a therapist who goes to a ranch, where he finds a group of troubled teens, whom he soon helps overcome their problems. With that series, Bower’s acting career is concluded, and she retired in 1992. Overall, she has had 82 acting gigs, which allowed her to gain more exposure in the media.

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