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Dana Barron Biography

Dana Barron is an American actress who is best known for her role as the original Audrey Griswold in the 1983 film National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation 2: Cousin Eddies Island Adventure for NBC television.

Dana Barron Age

Barron is 52 years old as of 2018. She was born on April 22, 1966, in New York City.

Dana Barron Family | Sibling

Barron has a sister named Allison. She is a fifth-generation entertainer. Her grandfather was an Opera Singer, and her mother moved from Alabama to become an actress.  Her mother is called Joyce McCord, is a stage actress.

Her father Robert Weeks Barron was a director of commercials and Congregationalist church pastor; Robert founded the Weist-Barron School of Television, the first commercial and soap opera acting for television school in the world. Barron is the daughter of Joyce McCord and Robert Weeks Barron. Her mother is an actress and father works as a director of commercials and a Congregationalist church

Dana Barron Relationship | Husband

The prominent actress Dana Barron, she is a married woman. She had tied the knot with Michael Vickerman. The couple has been blessed with a child named Taylor Vickerman. But there is no issue of separation between the blessed couple. Their relationship is depending on mutual trust and understanding. They both are loyal to each other.

Dana Barron Education

Barron was in along term of relationship with filmmaker Micheal Vickerman. The two they have a son, Taylor.

Dana Barron  Career

Barron told her father she wished to do TV commercials like his sister, Allison. She began acting at age 10, doing TV commercials as well. By age 11, she was appearing with Christine Baranski in Hiding and seek on Broadway. By age 13, her first film was the horror film He Knows You’re Alone, with Tom Hanks,  which was also Hanks’ first film.

Barron starred in the Chevy Chase comedy National Lampoon’s Vacation, Originating the role of Audrey Griswold. The film became a classic, and Barron would reprise the role 20 years later in the NBC TV-movie spinoff, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation 2: Cousin Eddie’s Island Adventure.

Barron appeared on the Soap opera One Life to Live from 1984 to 1985 as Michelle Boudin. She starred in 1998 The Magnificent Seven as Casey.

Barron also starred with JoBeth Williams and Chris Burke in the NBC movie Jonathan: The Boy Nobody Wanted in 1992. She has made guest appearances on TV shows including The Equalizer, In the Heat of the Night, Murder, She Wrote, and Babylon 5 as a telepath named Lauren Ashley in the Season 5 episode ” The Corps is Mother, the Corps s Father.

Dana Barron Net Worth

Barron is an American actress who has a net worth of $500 thousand.

Dana Barron Movies | TV Show





2012 Mayfly Deb
2010 Happythankyoumoreplease The Gynecologist
2010 The Invited Kristy
2009 A Letter to Dad Kathy Brown
2006 National Lampoon’s Pucked Tiny
2001 Night Class Heather
2000 The Perfect Nanny Fawn Lewis
2000 Dumped Laura
2000 Stageghost Renee Bloomer
1998 The Face of Alexandre Dumas: The Man in the Iron Mask Louise de la Vallière
1997 City of Industry Gena
1994 Magic Kid 2 Maggie Patterson
1994 In the Living Years Kathy
1988 Heartbreak Hotel Beth Devereux
1987 Death Wish 4: The Crackdown Erica Sheldon
1985 Heaven Help Us Janine
1983 National Lampoon’s Vacation Audrey Griswold
1980 He Knows You’re Alone Diane Jensen





2013 Snow Bride Doria
2012 Naughty or Nice Brenda Weir
2012 Leverage Betty
2007 Pandemic Lindsey Mastrapa
2005 McBride: Murder Past Midnight Marta Arnack
2003 National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation 2: Cousin Eddie’s Island Adventure Audrey Griswold
2000 Python Kristin
1998–2000 The Magnificent Seven Casey Wells
1998 Babylon 5 Lauren Ashley
1995 The Watcher Mary
1995 Murder, She Wrote Sarah Tyler
1994 Dream On Reo Saunders
1994 Jailbreakers Sue
1992 Jonathan: The Boy Nobody Wanted Laurie Moore
1992 Beverly Hills, 90210 Nikki Witt
1989 In the Heat of the Night Corrie Kroller
1988 CBS Schoolbreak Special Megan Wells
1987–1989 Crossbow Eleanor
1985 The Equalizer Melinda
1984 One Life to Live Michelle Boudin
1983 The Brass Ring Darlene

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Mia Barron, Krystal Rowley, and More Join Cast of Watch on the Rhine Reading

The Acting Company has announced the rest of the cast of its upcoming reading of Lillian Hellman’s Watch on the Rhine, the first reading in the 23rd John McDonald Salon Reading Series, set to take place on Monday, March 18, 7pm at the Mainstage Theater at Playwrights Horizons.

Mia Barron (Hurricane Diane), Jeffrey M. Bender (A Time to Kill), Carine Montbertrand (The Crusade of Connor Stevens), Emily Swallow (The Mentalist), Krystal Rowley (Picnic), Zachary Unger (Newsies), Delaney Baker, and Noah Baker will join the previously announced Dana Ivey, Michael Hayden, John Skelley, and J. Anthony Crane in the reading. Kimberly Senior will direct.

Not seen in New York since its 1980 Broadway revival, Watch on the Rhine is part drawing room comedy, part political thriller. The play follows anti-fascist German engineer Kurt Muller, his American-born wife Sara, and their three children as they return to Washington, DC, after years spent in Europe resisting the rising Nazi threat. When a Romanian house guest who is a Nazi supporter discovers Kurt’s identity, he threatens to expose him. Published in 1941 by Lillian Hellman, this celebrated play is a timely examination of moral obligation and sacrifice.

The John McDonald Salon Reading Series will present five readings in 2019, continuing with Frederick Knott’s Wait Until Dark on May 20 at the Sharp Theater at Playwrights Horizons. Jessica Swale’s Olivier Award-winning comedy Nell Gwynn will follow on June 24 at the Mainstage Theater at Playwrights Horizon. Remaining titles will include Nambi E. Kelley’s Jazz(August 6), from the novel by Toni Morrison, and an original evening of collected letters curated by Dakin Matthews, Letters from Prison (August 13), both playing at the Duke on 42nd Street.