Janee Michelle

Janee Michelle Brief Biography

Janee Michelle
Janee Michelle (born Geneva Leona Mercadel; 1946), also known as Gee Tucker, is an American actor, model, dancer, and businessperson, best known for her role in the 1974 horror film The House on Skull Mountain. Her acting and modeling career has included appearances in a variety of media, including films, television programs and advertisements, theatrical productions, and print advertisements. Meradel made her first film appearance in the 1964 short film The Legend of Jimmy Blue Eyes. She adopted the stage name Janee Michelle because her talent agent and the film studio both believed her birth name would be poorly received. Michelle's acting in the television series The Outcasts in 1968 was critically acclaimed, which led to several offers of film roles. Both in a 1969 episode of The Governor & J.J. and in the 1970 film Soul Soldier, Michelle acted alongside her then-husband Robert DoQui.

In 1977, Michelle was the queen in the New Orleans Mardi Gras Zulu parade. She was the first Zulu queen to wear two different gowns, both of which were designed by Bob Mackie, who had designed outfits for Cher. She divorced DoQui in 1978 and married New Orleans politician Robert H. Tucker, Jr. the following year; she changed her name to Gee Tucker and became a businessperson.

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