Ulla Jones Bio, Age, Parents, Spouse, Children, Career, Net worth

Ulla Jones Biography

Ulla Agneta Jones is a Swedish photographer, actress, singer-songwriter, and retired model. She appeared on numerous magazine covers during the 1960s, before she retired from the Ford Modelling Agency. She was married to American music producer Quincy Jones. After living in California with Jones for several years, she legally separated from him and returned to Sweden with her children. She also calls herself Ulla Andesong.


How old is Ulla Jones?- Age

The Swedish photographer is 74 years old as of 18th June 2020. She was born in 1946 in Stockholm, Sweden.

Who are Ulla Jones Parents? – Father and mother

The Swedish photographer and model has not shared a lot about her father and mother details. She enjoys private just like that. She has grandchildren by namely; Quincy Renzo Delight Jones IV and Nea Jones.

Is Ulla Jones in a Relationship?- Spouse

No, the photographer is currently single. Previously, she was married to Quincy Jones. They met in 1966 at a Trans World Airlines (TWA) party thrown in New York in Honour of American singer, actor, and producer Frank Sinatra. The pair relocated to California to live together and married him in 1967. Their marriage with Jones did not work out after a few years and ended in separation. She returned to Sweden with her children. The divorce of the couple finally happened in 1974 with Ulla receiving a small settlement.

Ulla Jones Children

The Swedish photographer has a daughter, Martina Jones, and son, Quincy Jones III, through the marriage with his ex-husband. She took retirement from her modelling career to look after her children. While Martina became a dancer and model, Quincy Jones III became a music producer, film producer and author.

Ulla Jones Career

The model was discovered at the age of 15 in stockholm by modelling giant Eileen Ford who immediately signed her and sent her to Paris. There she was trained as a model and began working, soon travelling the world for fashion shows and shoots in Europe, the United States, and Russia.

The model was photographed by such renowned fashion photographers of the day as Hiro, and her image appeared on international fashion magazines like Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue. In January 1976 the model was cast as “Betty Sue” in Lars Jacob’s first Stockholm production of Wild side story. Her performance was singled out for good notice in major press, but the run was cut short when one of the leads dropped out. Two fellow cast members were Christer Lindarw and Roger Jönsson, who there began their climb to fame in the subsequent act After Dark.

In January 1979 the model began recording her debut album in Stockholm, Sweden. She had worked with a handful of musicians including producers Bjorn J:son Lindh and Lars Samuelson. She released her debut album “No Time No Space No Age No Race That’s Nifty!” with twelve tracks, all except one written by her, in a mixture of various musical genres including pop, folk, country, and world. The album also featured one track sung by Turid Lundquist called “Long Legged Thilly” which was written by Jo-Ellen Lapidus and inspired by Jones. The album was released under Four Leaf Clover Records and remains her only record to date.

In 1984 the model released her first single “Dirty Angels/Some People Like Blood” under Hawk records. The single wasn’t followed by any further releases under Hawk Records. In 2007 she authored her debut book, an autobiography called Red carpet Blues, published by Bra bocker of Malmo.

Ulla Jones Net worth

The Swedish photographer has an estimated net worth of around $1 million to $8 million dollars as of 2021.