John Russel London Net Worth

John Russel London Net Worth is
$1.4 Million

John Russel London Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

John Carl Kuehne (February 6, 1942 – February 12, 2000), better known as John London, was an American musician and songwriter, and was involved in several Hollywood television and movie productions. He was most notably associated with both the band The Monkees, and their 1960s television series.A friend of Michael Nesmith's from Texas, who had played with him (mostly bass guitar) in several working bands, he accompanied Nesmith and then-wife Phyllis Barbour to California, to try their luck in the Los Angeles-area music scene. When Nesmith was cast in The Monkees, he recruited London as his stand-in on the set, and when the originally-fictitious band began playing on their own recordings, London sometimes served as bassist, allowing Peter Tork to play keyboards, banjo, or another instrument. London also co-wrote "Don't Call On Me" with Nesmith, which was featured on Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn, & Jones, Ltd. and a second-season TV episode, and appeared in bit parts on the show.London also played bass for other L.A.-based bands. In 1970, he and Nesmith, who had decided to leave the Monkees, formed a new group with pedal steel guitar ace Red Rhodes and drummer John Ware. Calling themselves the First National Band, the group signed with RCA Records. While praised for their country rock innovations, the band had little commercial success, and eventually broke up.Years after the Monkees and the First National Band, London served as key grip on several different productions, including 48 Hrs., Who Will Love My Children?, The Karate Kid, Long Time Gone, and Hudson Hawk.He died in Rockport, Texas on February 12, 2000, aged 58.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthFebruary 11, 1912
Place Of BirthNebraska, USA
ProfessionProduction Manager, Producer, Assistant Director
Star SignAquarius

Production Manager

The Loretta Young Show1953-1954TV Series production manager - 34 episodes
The Amos 'n Andy Show1951-1953TV Series production manager - 30 episodes


The New Loretta Young Show1962TV Series producer - 1 episode
The Loretta Young Show1956-1960TV Series producer - 54 episodes
Take a Good Look1959TV Series producer - 1 episode


The Man in the Iron Mask1939production assistant - uncredited
Professor Beware1938production assistant - uncredited
Every Day's a Holiday1937production assistant - uncredited
Go West Young Man1936production assistant - uncredited
Big Brown Eyes1936production assistant - uncredited
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine1936production assistant - uncredited
Every Night at Eight1935production assistant - uncredited
Becky Sharp1935production assistant - uncredited

Assistant Director

The Shanghai Gesture1941second assistant director - uncredited
The Flying Deuces1939assistant director - uncredited

Known for movies

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