Frank Gibson Net Worth

Frank Gibson Net Worth is
$13 Million

Frank Gibson Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Frank Gilbert Gibson (September 27, 1890 – April 27, 1961) was a Major League Baseball catcher. He played all or part of eight seasons in the majors for the Detroit Tigers and Boston Braves.Gibson began his professional career in 1911 with the Dallas Giants of the Texas League. After two seasons, he was picked up by the Tigers, making his major league debut with them in April 1913. He played in 23 games for the Tigers, batting just .140, with below average fielding. Gibson returned to the minors, playing first in the Southern Association, then returning to the Texas League in 1917 with the Beaumont Oilers and San Antonio Bronchos.After playing four seasons with the Bronchos (renamed the Bears in 1919), Gibson was purchased from the team by the Boston Braves in August 1920. He made his return to the major leagues in 1921 after eight years away. For the next four seasons, Gibson served as backup for the Braves starting catcher, Mickey O'Neil. In 1925, Gibson was made the club's starting catcher, and he responded by batting .278 and driving in a career-high 50 runs.Gibson's tenure as a starter would be brief, however, as the Braves acquired veteran catcher Zack Taylor during the next offseason. In 1927, Shanty Hogan took over the full-time job, and Gibson backed up both men. Following the 1927 season, Gibson was sold to the St. Louis Cardinals, but he never played for them. Instead, he returned to the Texas League in 1928, where he served as player-manager of the San Antonio Bears. He played three more seasons in the minor leagues, finishing his career with the minor league Baltimore Orioles in 1931
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthJanuary 15, 1981
Place Of BirthChattanooga, Tennessee, USA
Weight54.43 kg
ProfessionProduction Manager, Miscellaneous Crew, Producer
Star SignCapricorn
1Living in Charlotte, North Carolina [March 2007]
2Graduated from The North Carolina School of the Arts School of Filmmaking in 2003 with a B.F.A in Producing.

Production Manager

Alaska: The Last Frontier2011-2014TV Series production manager - 32 episodes
Hero2014/Iunit production manager
Nor' Easter Men2012TV Mini-Series unit production manager - 3 episodes
The Briefcase2011/Iunit production manager
Lost Stallions: The Journey Home2008unit production manager
Pirate Kids II: The Search for the Silver Skull2006Video unit production manager
Nightmare at the Fear Factory2005unit production manager


American Loggers2010TV Series production coordinator - 5 episodes
Surviving History2008TV Series documentary production coordinator - 4 episodes
April Fool's Day2008Video set production assistant
The Real Estate ProsTV Series production assistant - 8 episodes, 2007 field production assistant - 1 episode, 2007
Fast Cars and Superstars: The Gillette Young Guns Celebrity Race2007TV Series production assistant - 7 episodes
R U the Girl?2005TV Series production assistant
Home Blitz2005TV Series production coordinator - 5 episodes


I'll See You in My Dreams2015executive producer
Alaska: The Last Frontier2013-2014TV Series producer - 15 episodes
Hero2014/Iline producer
The Kill Hole2012consulting producer
Angry White Man2011co-producer
The Briefcase2011/Iline producer
Lost Stallions: The Journey Home2008producer
Pirate Kids II: The Search for the Silver Skull2006Video co-producer
Nightmare at the Fear Factory2005associate producer
Little Chicago2005line producer

Assistant Director

Pirate Kids: Blackbeard's Lost Treasure2004Video first assistant director
Elliot Flies2003Short first assistant director


Nightmare at the Fear Factory2005Doctor

Transportation Department

Two Soldiers2003Short transportation captain


He Never Died2015special thanks

Known for movies

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