|Celebrated Name:||Buddy Ebsen|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Buddy Ebsen|
|Age at the time of death:||95 years old|
|Birth Date:||2 April 1908|
|Date of Death:||6 July 2003|
|Birth Place:||Belleville, Illinois, United States|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Dorothy Knott (m. 1985–2003), Nancy Wolcott McKeown (m. 1945–1985), Ruth Cambridge (m. 1933–1945)|
|Children:||Yes (Kiki Ebsen, Bonnie Ebsen, Dustin Ebsen, Susannah Ebsen, Alix Ebsen, Elizabeth Ebsen, Cathy Ebsen)|
|Profession:||Actor and dancer|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$2 million|
|Last Updated:||March 2020|
The dancer and actor, Buddy Ebsen, is an American actor who made his debut with Broadway Melody of 1936. His most famous role was as Jed Clampett.
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Early Life & Biography
Born on April 2, 1908, to Christian Rudolf Ebsen Sr. and Frances in Belleville, Illinois, United States. His father is a Danish choreographer and, at one time, owned a dance studio and also a physical fitness advocate before operating a natatorium for went to McNary High School for the local school, and his mother was a Baltic German (especially Latvian) painter. In 1920 he relocated to Orlando, Florida. He and his sisters learned to dance in his father’s studio, which he had opened in Orlando. He attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.
Ebsen married Ruth Cambridge. They got separated and had two daughters together. In 1`945 he married lieutenant, Nancy Wolcott. He also got separated from her and had four daughters and a son. In 1985 he married his third wife, Dorothy “Dotti” Knott. They have no child.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 2 April 1908, Buddy Ebsen was 95 years old at the time of his death. His height was 1.77m tall and weighed 70 kg.
Ebsen went to New York, where he worked in a soda shop, and he and his sister Vilma Ebsen performed as a dance act in supper clubs, and vaudeville-they was known as the “Baby Astaires.”On Broadway, they appeared as members of the chorus in the musical whoopee, Flying colors. Ebsen has recorded all of his songs as the Tin Man, attended all the rehearsals, and begun filming.
However, he soon became experiencing body aches, muscle cramps, and shortness of breath and eventually leading to a lengthy hospitalization. In the 1958-1959 season, he co-stared in the 26 episodes half-hour NBC television adventure series Northwest Passage.
Throughout the 1950s, he performed in films, mainly westerns. Although generally retired from acting as he entered his 80s, Ebsen filmed a cameo in the 1993 film version of the Beverly Hillbillies as Barnaby Jones. He died of respiratory failure at Torrance Memorial Medical Centre in Torrance, California, on 6 July.
Awards & Achievements
On awards and achievements so far, he has received many awards:-
- Golden Boot Award
- TV Land Award in 2004
- Star on the Walk Of Fame Award in 1960
In addition to this, he was nominated for Hollywood Walk Of Fame and many other nominations for his various films and him for his achievements throughout.
Net Worth & Salary of Buddy Ebsen in 2020
As of March 2020, Ebsen has garnered a net worth of $2 million. The majority of his earnings come from being a dancer and actor. He made his debut with a broadway melody in 1936. On Broadway, they appeared as members of the chorus in the musical whoopee, Flying colors.
Ebsen is one of the most influential American actors, singers, authors, and dancers. He took acting to another level with his skills of acting. Throughout the 1950s, he performed in films, mainly westerns. Although generally retired from acting as he entered his 80s, Ebsen filmed a cameo in the 1993 film version of the Beverly Hillbillies as Barnaby Jones. He died of respiratory failure at Torrance Memorial Medical Centre in Torrance, California, on 6 July 2003. The aura which Ebsen has given to the acting history of America is undoubtedly marvelous.