|Celebrated Name:||Tony Dow|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Tony Lee Dow|
|Age:||78 years old|
|Birth Date:||13 April 1945|
|Birth Place:||Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Lauren Shulkind (m. 1980), Carol Marlow (m. 1969–1980)|
|Children:||Yes (Christopher Dow)|
|Profession:||American film producer, director, sculptor, and television actor.|
|Net Worth in 2023:||$5.5 million|
|Last Updated:||June 2023|
Tony Dow is a legendary American who is beyond any reasonable doubt a man of many hats. He is a television actor, sculptor, director as well as a film producer. He rose to fame after portraying the character of Wally Cleaver in a sitcom called Leave It to Beaver. The show aired between 1957 and 1963. What followed after the appearance at such a tender age? Upon growing up, did he continue pursuing that career path? Regardless of the path he chose, is he successful?
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Tony Dow was born in 1945 on 13th April. He was born to his late parents by the names John Stevens Dow Jr. and Muriel Virginia Dow. His place of birth was Hollywood, California, the United States of America. His father was not only a designer but also a general contractor. On the other hand, his mother acted.
He was once a student at the Van Nuys High School.
In 1969 on 14th June, Dow and Carlo Marie Theresa Marlow exchanged marriage vows. On 26th March 1973, they welcomed their firstborn child. They gave him the name Christopher T. Dow. However, they divorced in 1980 on 10th March. That same year on 16th June, Tony and Lauren Shulkind tied the knot. The couple has one kid, and they are still married up to date.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 13 April 1945, Tony Dow is 78 years old as of today’s date 5th June 2023. His height is 1.73 m tall, and his weight is 75 kg.
Dow’s debut role was that of Wally Cleaver in the Leave it to Beaver. He portrayed the character for six years between 1957 and 1963. That was when the sitcom came to an end. Then, he made appearances in the likes of Dr. Kildare, Never Too Young, My Three Sons, The Greatest Show on Earth, and Mr. Novak. Later, he stopped acting for four years because he was serving in the National Guard.
Various guest-starring roles marked his acting comeback. They included Adam-12, Knight Rider, The Mod Squad, and Emergency. Others were Love American Style, Square Pegs as well as the Hardy Boys. At one point, he studied both filmmaking and journalism and acted at the same time.
He added the visual effects of Babylon 5, Doctor Who, and The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space. For his production work, he has worked on the latter film above as well as It Came from Outer Space II. He also wrote one episode of The New Leave It to Beaver in 1986.
Tony was the director of Babylon 5, Get a Life and Star Trek: Deep Space: 9. As far as screen appearances are concerned, his most recent one was in Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003).
Awards & Achievements
Tony Dow has won two BAFTA TV awards in 1997 and 1989. He has also been a nominee of the same multiple times. During his youth days, the man was a Junior Olympics diving champion. Dow also received the Former Child Star Lifetime Achievement Award from the Young Artist Foundation in 1987. He has achieved much over the years, including significant roles and other assignments.
Net Worth & Salary of Tony Dow in 2023
As of June 2023, Tony Dow’s net worth is estimated to be over $5.5 million. His main source of income is his career as an actor. He has earned money by playing various roles in different films. In addition to that, he has directed, produced, written, and added visual effects in some films. Those are the activities that have significantly contributed to his current wealth.
Tony Dow is an award-winning actor, director, and producer. In addition to that, Dow is a writer. He surprised many people because, despite his lack of other acting experience, he portrayed his debut character too well. He has been an Olympic champion as well. Not even age has hindered him from doing what he does best.
I remember when you came to my school San Gabriel Avenue School in South Gate California in the sixties I met you then and I’ve been a fan of yours for ever keep up the good work
I think Tony is a nice guy. He seems quite down to earth and well sorted. I’ve been a fan my whole life.
I know Tony has a son, Christopher, from his first marriage. I thought Tony & Lauren also had a child together. What is his or her name?
Hey there Tony Dow.
Hope all is well.
Heard you fell ill.
Grew up watching you on “black & white” TV.
Love the show then, and still love watching it
now. (in black & white)
Love you guys.
The whole cast.
Was thinkin of trying to have my wife dress up
like Mrs. Cleaver all nice and proper, but don’t
think she’ll go for it.
Only thing I can add is I think the network
should have given you guys (You & Jerry)
a spin off series. Woulda been cool.
Like the both of you guys older with wives
and kids with cool stories.
(66 yrs old)
(San Jose, CA)
I realize Tony has gone through depression, but he should always remember that leave it to beaver is an American institution. Tony just remember when your feeling down just think of the millions of people you have entertained and still do.
Always love the show
One of my favorite shows all time. The topics and messages were great, the actors were amazing.
I still watch the show and it always brings a smile to my face. Thank you Wally, PRAYERS WITH you and the family.
“Leave It To Beaver” was show which portrayed real American values, long lost are is the age of incense. It is sad shows like this and other like the Andy Griffith show, Father Knows Best, My Three Son’s always are not recreated for current times. They always had some lesson or sense of doing the right things, being a good person – sense of right & wrong – those were the years you did not have to worry about the creeps and fears we have in todays world.
RIP Tony – Thank you for being an positive influence on my upbringing!
I love the show , grew up with it , met tony at golf tournament he payed in as a celebrity golfer , he was such a nice guy