Halo Meadows Net Worth (2022): Height, Age At Death, Cause Of Death, Real Name, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On March 20th, 2022

Halo Meadows was a renowned actress, dancer, and play writer from the old generation. She established her name with the help of her distinctive skills. She was a multi-talented celebrity who worked so hard to get acknowledged by the audience. However, her hard work paid her off in the end. Her net worth is missing on the internet.

Halo Meadows' Net Worth

As of 2022, Halo Meadows' net worth is estimated to be $2 million.

Net Worth$2 million
Given NameMyrtle Louise Stonesifer
Famous NameHalo Meadows
Source(s) of FameActress, Dancer, Writer
Date of BirthMay 1, 1905
Place of BirthLittlestown, Pennsylvania, United States
Age At Death80
Date of DeathMay 12, 1985
Cause of DeathUnknown Reasons
Height5'6"
RelationshipsMarried, The Amazing Criswell,

Early Life

Halo Meadows was born on the 1st of May, 1905 in Littlestown, Pennsylvania, United States. Her birth name was Myrtle Louise Stonesifer. Her parents’ names were Howard A. Stonesifer and Etta Sarah Frances Crouse.

She went to Public school to get her early education. Later, she got admission into Wilson College and graduated from Hood College. She joined the University of Pennsylvania to get her master’s degree in Drama. She also got training for acting in New York City. Her stage name was Louise Howard.

She had a passion for acting from a very young age. However, her second passion was dancing.

Career Highlights

Halo Meadows decided to pursue her career in both acting and dancing.

In 1931, she started a Dramatic club in Littlestown. She wanted to give awareness to people regarding theatre.

She got training in arts as well and raised money for several community programs.

One of her biggest achievements was the play she wrote in 1935 named “Women’s Hotel”. She never got the credit for it though. She filed a complaint against 20th century Fox for creating a movie “Hotel for Women” with the same script.

She participated in one episode of the show “You Bet Your Life”. The show was hosted by Groucho Marx. She got a chance to sing her composition in the show which was held on the 27th of December, 1956. The song she sang was “Chop My Head Off”.

The other details about her acting and music projects are also missing from the internet. Or maybe it has been misplaced in the records.

Personal Life

Halo Meadows got married to The Amazing Criswell, an entertainment psychic in 1940. They both wrote books named ‘How to Crash Tin-Pan Alley’ and ‘Your Play Can Crash Broadway’. Their relationship was more like a business partnership. It lasted for 34 years but it wasn’t a pleasant experience for Halo. She even stated in one of her interviews that her husband tried her to get admitted to a mental hospital once for disobeying her.

She was a courageous woman who have strong beliefs and principles. She was interested in creating her reality. According to her, she had all rights to live the way she wanted to. She said in an interview that she wouldn’t allow anyone to tell her what she was going to be. She was quite open and free-spirited.

Death

Halo Meadows died on the 12th of May, 1985. The reason for her death is still unknown. Neither her family nor her friends even disclosed the secret of her death. However, we know that she would have her family and friends by her side when she died.

Social Media


Halo Meadows is not active on any social media platform. She loved her fans but she didn’t want anyone to interfere in her life. She wanted people to know only that part of her life that she shared herself in front of the media.

Summary

Halo Meadows was a renowned celebrity who had a hard time building her career. She faced a lot of controversies and opposition but she didn’t let anyone stop her from fulfilling her dreams. She is an ideal example for young celebrities. People need to learn from her about living with dignity and self-respect. There is no record of her net worth.

Halo Meadows has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Rozina, John Adam, Gail Russell, Pucky Ali, Jason Robards, Joy Boushel, Delia Razon, Robert Reed, and Adwoa Smart.