Cicely Johnston is an American retired model. Cicely Johnston came into the limelight as the wife of a popular American actor and author, Demond Wilson.
Table of Biography
Cicely Johnston’s actual date of birth and birthplace is currently unavailable. However, as she married an American guy, she also holds American citizenship.
Likewise, she is of Afro-American ethnicity. Also, her religion is Christianity and her birth sign is Libra. Moving on to her family members, she hasn’t disclosed her personal information.
She might prefer to remain silent regarding her parents and siblings. Since she grew up as a model, she might have spent her childhood in a supportive family.
Talking about the educational status, there is no exact information available. However, being a model, she might have completed her higher-level education.
Cicely married Grady Demond Wilson, an American actor and author on May 3, 1974. They are the parents of six children. However, the children’s names are not available at the moment.
Regarding her earnings, she has garnered a net worth of around $300k as of 2022. Besides, her husband Demond has a huge net worth of $1.5 million US dollars.
Career and Professional Life
Cicely started her career as a model. Other than this, details regarding her career are not known. She came into the limelight as the wife of Demond Wilson.
Her husband Demond Wilson’s Career
Demond served in the US Army from 1966 to 1968 and was injured in Vietnam while serving with the 4th Infantry Division.
Likewise, Wilson returned home as a decorated veteran in the late 1960s and appeared in a number of Broadway and off-Broadway stage productions before moving to Hollywood.
Moreover, he arrived in guest roles on shows such as “Mission: Impossible” and “All in the Family”. Similarly, he has also acted in films like “The Organization” (1971) and “Dealing: Or the Berkeley-to-Boston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues” (1972).
Wilson landed the part of Lamont Sanford in the NBC comedy Sanford and Son in 1971, after starring as a robber on All in the Family with Cleavon Little.
Johnny Brown was considered for the part, but Wilson was cast instead due to his commitment to Laugh-In.
When Redd Foxx went off the program in 1974 over a financial disagreement with the producers, and his character was written out for the rest of the season, Wilson took over as Lamont and became the series’ star.
The next year, Foxx returned, and the two worked together until 1977 when the program was terminated.
Wilson also starred in Full Moon High (1981), Me and the Kid (1993), and Hammerlock (1994). (2000).
Wilson went on to play Raymond Ellis in the CBS comedy series Baby… I’m Back! and Oscar Madison in the ABC sitcom The New Odd Couple, opposite Ron Glass (who co-starred as Felix Ungar).
The New Odd Couple is a revised black version of the original series on the same network which was based on the 1968 film starring celebrities like Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau.
Wilson has published a number of Christian books about the New Age Movement and the dangers he feels it poses to society. On December 1, 1998, CAP Publishing & Literary Co. LLC released New Age Millennium.
Wilson, a children’s book author, described the book as an “exposé” of some New Age “symbols and phrases.”
On August 31, 2009, Wilson’s memoir “Second Banana: The Bittersweet Memoirs of the Sanford & Son Years” was released.
When it comes to her social media handles, we couldn’t find her on any of them.
Enhancing her body measurements, Cicely is a good-looking and attractive girl. Being a former model, she is more focused on maintaining her physical statistics.
However, she hasn’t shared her actual physique such as height, weight, and chest-waist-hip size. In addition, she has both black hair and eyes.