Ernie Anderson Net Worth

Ernie Anderson Net Worth is
$1.7 Million

Ernie Anderson Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Ernie Anderson was born Ernest Earle Anderson on November 12, 1923 in Lynn, Massachusetts. He began working in radio at Burlington, Vermont's WSKI-AM in 1946. He met Tim Conway at WHK-AM in Cleveland and began writing with him. They were hired by Cleveland's WJW-TV in 1961 where they created "Ernie's Place", a daytime show of movies and comedy ...
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Date Of BirthNovember 12, 1923, Lynn, Massachusetts, United States
DiedFebruary 6, 1997, Los Angeles, California, United States
Place Of BirthLynn, Massachusetts, USA
ProfessionActor, Writer, Miscellaneous Crew
SpouseBonnie Skolnick (m. 1996–1996)
ChildrenPaul Thomas Anderson, Victoria Anderson
Star SignScorpio
1During a video interview segment that ran on the local ABC affiliate in Los Angeles in the early 1980s, he displayed a photo of his wife and kids that sat on his desk. Everyone in the photo was wearing fake glasses and fake noses as a gag.
2Became the on-air announcer for ABC in the mid-1970s. He was known for the way he phrased The Love Boat (1977) as "The Looovvveee Boat".
3Drew Carey has worn Ghoulardi T-Shirts on the set of The Drew Carey Show (1995) and dedicated an episode in his memory.
4Liked to needle Cleveland TV personalities like Dorothy Fuldheim and Mike Douglas. On Shock Theater (1963), Ernie made a running gag out of the Cleveland suburb of Parma.
5Liked to play the 1962 novelty song "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow" by The Rivingtons.
6Ron Sweed was later hired by Ernie as an assistant. Sweed "crashed" a Ghoulardi appearance at Euclid Beach Park dressed in a gorilla suit.
7As Ghoulardi, his catch phrases were "Stay Sick" and "Turn Blue".
8Was the number one disc jockey at a Providence, Rhode Island station, Ernie was fired from his second job for riding his motorcycle through the halls.
9Fired from his first radio job, WSKI-AM in Burlinngton, Vermont. He was fired for making fun of one of the stations sponsors who was in a barbershop quartet.
10Was a big-band lover who sometimes said he wanted the Count Basie Orchestra to perform at his funeral.
11Buried at Forest Lawn (Hollywood Hills) at 6300 Forest Lawn Drive in Los Angeles, California, USA 90068.
12Perhaps will be best remembered as Ghoulardi, one of the first television horror movie hosts. He was also a successful disc jockey and television announcer.
13Father of Paul Thomas Anderson


The Cartoon Cartoon Show1995-1996TV SeriesNarrator
Hard Eight1996Pants on Fire Person
Animaniacs1993TV SeriesNarrator / Announcer
Stay Tuned199230 Something to Life - Announcer (voice, uncredited)
Ain't No Way Back1990Hillbilly
The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 31990TV SeriesOpening Narration (Super Mario Bros. 3)
The Dirk Diggler Story1988ShortNarrator (uncredited)
Mr. Belvedere1988TV SeriesTV Announcer
Dream Girl, U.S.A.1986TV SeriesAnnouncer (1987) (uncredited)
That's Life!1986TV Announcer
The Longshot1986Old Man
Street Hawk1985TV SeriesNarrator
Benson1983TV SeriesFred Crandall
Tunnel Vision1976Quant O'Neill / Subway Reporter / Announcer
The Law1974TV MovieBarry Hale - TV News Anchor
Keep an Eye on Denise1973TV Movie
The Tim Conway Comedy Hour1970TV Series
The Second Hundred Years1967-1968TV SeriesBank Guard / Sergeant
Rango1967TV SeriesDoc / Agent
Gunsmoke1964TV SeriesMan
Shock Theater1963/ITV SeriesGhoulardi / Host (1963-1966)
Ernie's Place1961TV SeriesHost (1961-1962)
Zane Grey Theater1959TV SeriesTrooper Robinson
And Now Tomorrow1952


The Ghoul Show1998TV Series writer


America's Funniest Families1993Video announcer


Boogie Nights1997dedicatee
Hard Eight1996special thanks
Cigarettes & Coffee1993Short special thanks


American Scary2006DocumentaryHimself / 'Ghoulardi'
America's Funniest Home Videos1989-1995TV SeriesHimself - Announcer
America's Funniest Pets1992Video documentaryHimself - Announcer
This Is Your Life1987TV SpecialHimself
Late Night with David Letterman1983TV SeriesHimself
The Making of 'Superman II'1982TV Movie documentaryNarrator (voice)
The Making of 'Superman: The Movie'1980TV Movie documentaryNarrator (voice)
The Carol Burnett Show1969-1978TV SeriesHimself - Announcer / Himself / Himself - Audience Member
Break the Bank1976-1977TV SeriesHimself - Announcer
Operation: Entertainment1968TV SeriesHimself
The Hollywood Palace1964TV SeriesHimself (substitute announcer, 1968)

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And Then We Ate...1998TV Movie documentaryGhoulardi

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