Guess who? Joyce DeWitt, was born April 23, 1949 and grew up in Speedway, Indiana. She competed in speech and debate through the Indiana High School Forensic Association. After she received a bachelors degree in theater from Ball State, she moved to California.
After Three's Company ended in 1984, DeWitt appeared in an episode of Finder of Lost Loves in 1984, after which she quit acting for several years. She resumed acting with a part in a production of Noises Off at Michigan's Cherry County Playhouse in June 1991. She later appeared in the 1995 TV comedy film Spring Fling!, and made appearances in "The Pinky Protocol", a 1997 episode of Pinky and the Brain, an episode of Cybill, and a cameo on the penultimate episode of Living Single Her 2000s works includes TV shows such as Hope Island, 18, The Nick at Nite Holiday Special, and Call of the Wild.
Joyce Dewitt still resides in California, tho her family still resides in Speedway. Her mother, a resident of Speedway, passed away a few months ago.
Joyce has consistantly credited her drama teacher at Speedway High School as her main influence and driving force for her acting career.