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Theodore Matthew Michael Kuhn Jr. Net Worth

Theodore Matthew Michael Kuhn Jr. Net Worth is
$600,000

Theodore Matthew Michael Kuhn Jr. Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Mickey Kuhn (born September 21, 1932) is a former American actor, having started as a child actor in the 1930s and appearing opposite Conrad Nagel and Leslie Howard, amongst others. His first fame came in playing the role of Beau Wilkes in Gone with the Wind (1939). He later went on to appear in Juarez (1939) opposite Bette Davis, and in A Streetcar Named Desire (1951), in which he was reunited with Vivien Leigh a dozen years after they first worked together in Gone with the Wind. In A Streetcar Named Desire, Kuhn played a sailor who directs Blanche to the correct streetcar which will take her to her sister's neighborhood at the beginning of the film. He is the only actor to share screen time with Leigh in each of her Oscar-winning performances.Born Theodore Matthew Michael Kuhn, Jr. in Waukegan, Illinois of German descent, Kuhn is one of the last two surviving credited cast members from Gone with the Wind, and the sole surviving male actor. Olivia de Havilland (born July 1, 1916), who played Melanie Hamilton, is the other.
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IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthSeptember 21, 1932
Place Of BirthWaukegan, Illinois, U.S.
ProfessionActor
SpouseBarbara Traci
Star SignVirgo
#Quote
1It was a lot of fun. My mother made sure it was a fun job. I learned many things and was taught to be nice to people. I remember John Wayne telling me, 'Never apologize, never say you're sorry, but never forget to say thank you.'
#Fact
1Retired from the airline industry and living in Massachusetts. [1998]
2Williamsburg, VA, USA: Attended the Williamsburg Film Festival. [March 2012]
3Along with his on screen mother Olivia de Havilland, he is one of the last two surviving credited cast members of Gone with the Wind (1939).
4Presented with the Golden Boot Award in 2005 honoring the Kids of the West.
5In April 2006, Kuhn was an honored guest at the SunDeis Film Festival at Brandeis University. He gave a lecture on his work in Hollywood and later joined Jesse L. Martin, S. Epatha Merkerson, Margaret O'Brien, Celeste Holm, and others as presenters of student film awards.
6The only male actor to have appeared with Vivien Leigh in both Gone with the Wind (1939) and A Streetcar Named Desire (1951). Played Melanie Wilkes' son in GWTW and the sailor who helps Blanche on the streetcar in 'Desire.'.
7June 1998: A guest at the premiere of the restored version of Gone with the Wind (1939)

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Alfred Hitchcock Presents1957TV SeriesEllerbee / Bellhop
Away All Boats1956Seaman (uncredited)
The Last Frontier1955Luke, Sentry (uncredited)
On the Loose1951Bob Vance (as Michael Kuhn)
A Streetcar Named Desire1951A Sailor
That's My Boy1951Student (uncredited)
Broken Arrow1950Bob Slade (uncredited)
Scene of the Crime1949Ed Monigan, Jr. (uncredited)
Red River1948Matt - as a Boy
Magic Town1947Hank Nickleby
High Conquest1947Peter Oberwalder Jr.
Three Little Girls in Blue1946Farm Boy (uncredited)
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers1946Young Walter
The Return of Rusty1946Marty Connors
The Searching Wind1946Sam as a Boy
Roaring Rangers1946Larry Connor (uncredited)
Dick Tracy1945Junior
This Love of Ours1945Youngster (uncredited)
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn1945Boy at Christmas Tree Throw (uncredited)
Roughly Speaking1945John - Ages 7-10 (uncredited)
Beneath Western Skies1944Teddy (uncredited)
One Foot in Heaven1941Boy (uncredited)
Slightly Tempted1940Little Boy Willie (uncredited)
I Want a Divorce1940David Holland, Jr.
Gone with the Wind1939Beau Wilkes
Bad Little Angel1939Bobby Creighton, Age 5 (uncredited)
When Tomorrow Comes1939Boy (uncredited)
S.O.S. Tidal Wave1939Buddy Shannon
Juarez1939Agustín de Iturbide y Green
King of the Underworld1939Young Boy (uncredited)
A Doctor's Diary1937Boy in Hospital (uncredited)
Change of Heart1934Adopted Baby Boy (uncredited)

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2005Kids of the WestGolden Boot Awards

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