Dabney Coleman has had an incredibly successful career through the years. He is now 87 years old and has been married twice in his life. His second wife, the beautiful Jean Hale is also an actress! The couple got married in 1961 and separated later in 1984. The beautiful couple had four children while they were together, Quincy Coleman, Randy, Kelly and Meghan. 

Dabney Coleman, wife Jean Hale, daughter Mary Coleman and son Randy Coleman attending 'Avon Tennis Tournament VIP Reception' on March 2, 1981

Jean Hale: Her famous roles

American actress Jean Hale was born on December 27th, 1938 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She first found fame in the 1964 film Taggart playing the role of "Miriam Stark." Her later starring roles include the movies The Oscar (1966), The St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1967), In Like Flint (1967) and her final film role was in the TV movie Lies Before Kisses (1991) as "Veronica."

James Coburn & Jean Hale in the film In Like Flint (1967)

Jean Hale appeared in several television series

In terms of television roles, Hale had appearances in The Alfred Hitchcock Hours, Batman, Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, Bonanza, The Fugitive, Hawaii Five-0, McHale's Navy, My Favorite Martian, Hogan's Heroes and The Wild Wild West.

This is Dabney Coleman's wife Jean Hale in St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1969)

Jean Hale Today

The now 80-year-old met her ex-husband Dabney Coleman at the Neighbood Playhouse in New York City where they were both studying. Jean also used her beauty to make some extra money in her early days as a model. In later years, Jean co-founded her own production company with her partner Gino Tanasescu. She resides in Southern California.