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Addison Owen Randall Net Worth

Addison Owen Randall Net Worth is
$18 Million

Addison Owen Randall Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Romantic leading man and singing cowboy star whose career was far eclipsed by that of his brother Robert Livingston. He acted and sang on Broadway prior to entering films, then appeared in a number of non-Western films before signing with Monogram Pictures in 1937 as a singing cowboy. Unfortunately, despite his singing ability, the films were ...
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Date Of BirthMay 12, 1906
Died1945-07-16
Place Of BirthSan Fernando, California, USA
ProfessionActor, Soundtrack
SpouseBarbara Bennett
Star SignTaurus
#Fact
1His horse, in less than a third of his starring westerns, was named Rusty. Besides riding Rusty, in a minority of his starring westerns, he rode 5 different (rental) horses including a pinto and two different white horses, one of which was Jack Perrin's horse named "Starlight." Tom Keene also rode Rusty in some of his 1940s westerns at Monogram. The movies in which either man rode Rusty were the ones that Robert Tansey produced. So it was Tansey's horse, and not Randall's.
2Uncle of actor/director Addison Randall.
3Brother of actor Robert Livingston.

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Cry 'Havoc'1943Lt. Thomas Holt - Communications Officer (uncredited)
Danger! Women at Work1943Danny (as Allan Byron)
Girls in Chains1943Johnny Moon (as Allan Byron)
High Explosive1943Joe (as Allan Byron)
Pacific Blackout1941Interne (uncredited)
Riders from Nowhere1940Jack Rankin
Wild Horse Range1940Jack Wallace
The Kid from Santa Fe1940Santa Fe Kid
Land of the Six Guns1940Jack Rowan
Covered Wagon Trails1940Jack Cameron
The Cheyenne Kid1940The Cheyenne Kid
Pioneer Days1940Jack Dunham
Nothing But Pleasure1940Short uncredited
Overland Mail1939Jack Mason
Oklahoma Terror1939Jack Ridgely
Across the Plains1939Jack Winters - aka Cherokee
Trigger Smith1939Jack 'Trigger' Smith, aka Arizona Jones
Drifting Westward1939Jack Martin
Wild Horse Canyon1938Jack Gray - aka Wild horse
Gun Packer1938Jack Denton - aka Jack Drake, aka Trigger Smith
The Mexicali Kid1938Jack Wood
Man's Country1938Jack Hail
Gunsmoke Trail1938Jack Lane
Land of Fighting Men1938Jack Lambert
Where the West Begins1938Jack Manning
Danger Valley1937Jack Bruce
Stars Over Arizona1937Jack Dawson
Riders of the Dawn1937Marshal Jack Preston
Blazing Barriers1937Arthur Forsythe (as Addison Randall)
Flying Hostess1936Earl Spencer (as Addison Randall)
Red Lights Ahead1936Nordingham (as Addison Randall)
Don't Turn 'em Loose1936Al - Henchman (as Addison Randall)
Navy Born1936Lt. Tex Jones (as Addison Randall)
Love on a Bet1936Jackson Wallace (as Addison Randall)
Follow the Fleet1936Lieutenant Williams (uncredited)
Two in the Dark1936Duke Reed (as Addison Randall)
Another Face1935Tex Williams (as Addison Randall)
His Family Tree1935Mike Donovan (as Addison Randall)
Tugboat Annie1933Party Guest (uncredited)
Hold Your Man1933Elite Club Dance Patron (uncredited)

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Land of Fighting Men1938performer: "King of the Trail", "The West Was Meant For Me" - as Jack Randall
Where the West Begins1938performer: "Born To the Range", "Sleep Little Cowboy", "Down the Trail To Dreams", "I'm In Prairie Heaven" - as Jack Randall
Danger Valley1937performer: "On the Wide Open Plains", "Little Tenderfoot"
Riders of the Dawn1937performer: "White Clouds in the Moonlight", "Riders of the North", "The Old Folks at Home", "The Old Chisholm Trail" - as Jack Randall

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
I 10 del Texas1961

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