Morgan Woodward Net Worth

Morgan Woodward Net Worth is
$19 Million

Morgan Woodward Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Template:Multiple issuesMorgan Woodward (born September 16, 1925 in Fort Worth, Texas) is an American actor.He is probably best known for his recurring role on the soap opera Dallas as Marvin "Punk" Anderson. He also played the silent, sunglasses-wearing "man with no eyes", Boss Godfrey (the Walking Boss) in Cool Hand Luke, and has third-most guest appearances on Gunsmoke, with 19, behind only Victor French (23 times), and Gregg Palmer (20 times).
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Date Of BirthSeptember 16, 1925
Place Of BirthFort Worth, Texas, USA
Height6' 3" (1.91 m)
ProfessionActor, Writer, Soundtrack
Star SignVirgo
1Towering height
2Full head of (prematurely) snow white hair
1"Recognition is a funny thing. I've been recognized for many roles and recently I had someone remember me from an old show I did more than 20 years ago. It was such an obscure role that it took me a few minutes to remember the part myself. But it's amazing what people will remember you for doing. I still get response about my role as Shotgun Gibbs on 'Wyatt Earp' and that ended in the early 60's." (on roles he's recognized in public for playing)
1Now retired, Woodward divides his time between his ranch in Paso Robles, California and his home in Hollywood. [October 2006]
2Received the Cowboy Spirit Award at the 16th Annual Bison Homes Festival of the West held in Phoenix for "embodying the integrity, strength of spirit, and moral character depicted by the American cowboy." [March 2006]
3Morgan Woodward and his "Dallas" co-star Larry Hagman are both real-life natives of Fort Worth, Texas.
4Morgan was kind enough to attend a Walton's International Fan Club Reunion in Hollywood 1997, sharing his Walton experiences.
5In 2005, he attended the 50th anniversary celebration of the start of Gunsmoke series at a celebration in Dodge City, Kansas, also attended by son and wife of James Arness, who was unable to travel.
6In July 1996, he was a guest at the Western Film Fair in Charlotte, North Carolina along with Tony Young, Patricia Blair, Gene Evans, Gregory Walcott, Adrian Booth, Roberta Shore, Tommy Kirk, Dale Berry, Robert F. Hoy, Justin Tubb and Neil Summers.
7Woodward's chief hobby is restoring, rebuilding and flying antique airplanes. In aviation circles, he is recognized as an authority on Early American Aircraft and has received numerous awards for his restoration projects.
8Served as a pilot in the United States Army Air Force during World War II. He had been flying airplanes since he was at age 16.
9In March 1990, Woodward's star was placed on the "Walk of Western Stars" at the William S. Hart Museum and Park in Santa Clarita, California.
10In August 1995, Woodward received the "Lifetime Achievement Award" for Western film acting from the "Wild West Film Festival" in Sonora, California.
11In August 1988, he received the prestigious "Golden Boot Award" from the Hollywood Motion Picture and Television Fund. Other 1988 recipients were Roy Rogers, Virginia Mayo, Willie Nelson, Ann Rutherford and Burt Reynolds.
12In 1997, Woodward celebrated 50 years in show business and was given the "International Star Award" in Los Angeles, California.
13In 1994, the Texas Arts Council presented Morgan with its Lifetime Achievment in the Arts Award in his hometown of Arlington, Texas. The city also named a prominent street "Morgan Woodward Way".
14In 1988, Woodward was presented with the "Golden Lariat Award" at the National Western Film Festival.
15Holds the record for having done more guest starring roles on the television series Gunsmoke (1955) (19) and Wagon Train (1957) (11) than any other actor.
16An article in "Newsweek" magazine on screen "heavies" entitled "The Dirty Half Dozen" named Woodward as on of the six most wanted bad guys in television and motion pictures.
17After graduating from college, Woodward entered the University of Texas Law School in 1951. His studies were interrupted when he was recalled to active duty with the Air Force during the Korean War. He was sent to Korea and served with the Military Air Transport Command. After being demobilized, he did not return to law school but became an actor instead.
18His brother, Dr. Lewis Woodward, was a successful music professor at Modesto Junior College in Modesto, California. He worked at the school the same time as actor Jack Elam's half-brother (also a Ph.D.) did.
19His uncle, Dr. S.A. Woodward, lived in the San Angelo, Texas area. One day, he was called to help in the birth of a male child. The family, not knowing what gender was expected, had not chosen a name, so in honor of the good doctor's service, they named him Woodward Ritter. Later, he would be known more widely as Tex Ritter.
20Brother of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.
21Brother, Lee, was a much-loved weatherman on KOTV, Tulsa, with his puppet, King Lionel.
22Father was a doctor.
23Has four brothers.
24Attended the University of Texas in the late 1940s.


A Small Town in Texas1976C.J. Crane
The Quest1976TV MovieSheriff Moses
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie1976The Boss
Cannon1975TV SeriesGen. Longman
Petrocelli1974-1975TV SeriesAugie Briola / Lt. Cayle
McCoy1975TV SeriesKelso
The Big Rip-Off1975TV MovieJimmie Kelson
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1956-1975TV SeriesAb Cross / 'Obie' Foster
The Last Day1975TV MovieRansom Payne
The Hatfields and the McCoys1975TV MovieEllison Hatfield
Planet of the Apes1974TV SeriesMartin
Police Woman1974TV SeriesMaury Ziegler
Gunsmoke1957-1974TV SeriesBear Sanderson / Zack Johnson / Abraham Wakefield / ...
Ride in a Pink Car1974Jeff Richman
Kung Fu1973-1974TV SeriesThe Hanged Man / Col. Binns
The Midnight Man1974Clayborne
McMillan & Wife1974TV SeriesTeddy Samms
Doc Elliot1973-1974TV SeriesStuart Basquin / Craig Andrews
Chase1973TV SeriesFisk
Running Wild1973Crug Crider
One Little Indian1973Sgt. Raines
Hec Ramsey1972TV SeriesBen Buckley
Sarge1971TV SeriesMatlock
Bearcats!1971TV SeriesWalter Thompson
Bonanza1960-1971TV SeriesSheriff Clyde Morehouse / Jess Waddle / Will McNabb / ...
Yuma1971TV MovieArch King
The High Chaparral1968-1970TV SeriesBillings / U.S. Marshal Ted Garnett / Hilliard
The Wild Country1970Ab Cross
Then Came Bronson1970TV SeriesGus Samos
The Virginian1963-1969TV SeriesCol. Mark Hamilton / Randall / Jack Bandon
Death of a Gunfighter1969Ivan Stanek
Lancer1969TV SeriesJay McKillen
The Guns of Will Sonnett1969TV SeriesWilk
It Takes a Thief1968TV SeriesIvor Phillips
Star Trek1966-1968TV SeriesCaptain Tracey Dr. Simon van Gelder
Tarzan1968TV SeriesBlaine
Cimarron Strip1967-1968TV SeriesLogan Purcell / Bill Henderson / Walter Forcey
Hondo1967TV SeriesColonel Jake Spinner
Cool Hand Luke1967Boss Godfrey
The Lucy Show1966TV SeriesPierce
The Monroes1966TV SeriesCrocker
Iron Horse1966TV SeriesAl Grundy
Pistols 'n' Petticoats1966TV SeriesHangman
Death Valley Days1966TV SeriesLuke Winner / Fitzpatrick
Gunpoint1966Drago Leon
Branded1966TV SeriesClyde
Daniel Boone1965TV SeriesElisha Tully / Tom Sutton
The Big Valley1965TV SeriesAaron Condon
Days of Our Lives1965TV SeriesPhillip Colville (1987)
Wagon Train1958-1965TV SeriesClyde / Zach Ryker / Jute Pardee / ...
The Sword of Ali Baba1965Captain of Guard
Rawhide1964TV SeriesKale Maddox
The Devil's Bedroom1964
Temple Houston1963TV SeriesSheriff Ivers
The Gun Hawk1963Deputy 'Mitch' Mitchell
Have Gun - Will Travel1962TV SeriesCanute
Lawman1962TV SeriesNathan Adams
87th Precinct1962TV SeriesMatty Tremaine
Perry Mason1962TV SeriesCarl Pedersen
Tales of Wells Fargo1957-1961TV SeriesSteve Taggart / Phil Slavin
The Asphalt Jungle1961TV SeriesDetective Kertz
The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp1958-1961TV SeriesShotgun Gibbs / Deputy Shotgun Gibbs / Shotgun Gibs / ...
Bat Masterson1960TV SeriesKana
The Texan1960TV SeriesMark Jordan
Frontier Doctor1959TV Series
The Restless Gun1958-1959TV SeriesJ.B. Cauter / Jubal Carney / Ben Cotterman
Cimarron City1959TV SeriesFlip
Steve Canyon1958TV SeriesMajor Tex Berry
Ride a Crooked Trail1958Durgan (uncredited)
Buckskin1958TV SeriesPike Meadows
Broken Arrow1958TV SeriesBlue
Sugarfoot1958TV SeriesYates
Cheyenne1958TV SeriesBradan
Gunsight Ridge1957Tex - Lazy Heart Ranchhand
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue1957Tilly Moore (uncredited)
Westward Ho, the Wagons!1956Obie Foster
Zane Grey Theater1956TV SeriesPete Daley
The Great Locomotive Chase1956Alex
Millennium1997TV SeriesIron Lung Man
The X-Files1995TV SeriesOld Harry Cokely
The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.1994TV SeriesSam Travis
Renegade1993TV SeriesDad Meechum
Matlock1992TV SeriesZack Tannenbaum
Gunsmoke: To the Last Man1992TV MovieSheriff Abel Rose
21 Jump Street1990TV SeriesAlbert Schalin
Murder, She Wrote1989TV SeriesSheriff Brademus
Dark Before Dawn1988J.B. Watson
Dallas1980-1987TV SeriesPunk Anderson
T.J. Hooker1985TV SeriesMaj. Gen. Robert Selkirk, retired
Girls Just Want to Have Fun1985J.P. Sands
The Fall Guy1982-1985TV SeriesLV Vernon / Reuben
The A-Team1983-1984TV SeriesBus Carter / Captain Winnetka
The Dukes of Hazzard1980-1984TV SeriesCassius Claibourne / Dempsey
Hunter1984TV SeriesChuck Easterland
Matt Houston1984TV SeriesLazar
Scarecrow and Mrs. King1983TV SeriesBo Johnson
Knight Rider1983TV SeriesSheriff Winston
Hill Street Blues1982TV SeriesJohn Renko
Fantasy Island1979-1982TV SeriesUncle Jack / Nick Hall / Tribal Elder / ...
Simon & Simon1982TV SeriesJim-Bob Raymond - Concert Promoter
Vega$1981TV SeriesKurt Stryker
Enos1981TV SeriesChester Dade
Battle Beyond the Stars1980Cayman
The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo1980TV SeriesSheriff Lockwood
CHiPs1980TV SeriesDexter
Young Maverick1979TV SeriesDalton
The Incredible Hulk1979TV SeriesBen Madrid
A Last Cry for Help1979TV MovieMr. Burgess
How the West Was Won1976-1979TV SeriesThe Stranger / Henry Coe
Salvage 11979TV SeriesHutchinson
The Eddie Capra Mysteries1978TV Series
Centennial1978TV Mini-SeriesGeneral Wade
The Waltons1974-1978TV SeriesBoone Walton
Project U.F.O.1978TV SeriesCarlton Tanner
Starsky and Hutch1978TV SeriesClay Zachary
The Other Side of Hell1978TV MovieJohnson
Logan's Run1977-1978TV SeriesMorgan
Deadly Game1977TV MovieGeneral Olson
Which Way Is Up?1977Mr. Mann
Speedtrap1977Capt. Hogan
Final Chapter: Walking Tall1977The Boss
Moonshine County Express1977Sweetwater
Supervan1977T.B. Trenton
The Oregon Trail1977TV Series


The Devil's Bedroom1964


The Waltons1978TV Series performer - 1 episode


Earl Hamner Storyteller2015DocumentaryHimself
One Six Right2005DocumentaryWaldo Waterman (voice)

Archive Footage

Dallas Reunion: Return to Southfork2004TV Movie documentaryPunk Anderson (uncredited)
A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies1995TV Movie documentaryactor 'Unforgiven' (uncredited)
Treachery and Greed on the Planet of the Apes1981TV MovieMartin
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1961-1976TV SeriesSergeant Raines / Obie Foster / Ab Cross
The Far Out West1967Mark Hangman
The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp1959TV SeriesShotgun Gibbs
Frontier Justice1958TV SeriesPete

Won Awards

1988Golden BootGolden Boot Awards

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