Polly Burson Net Worth

Polly Burson Net Worth is
$1.1 Million

Polly Burson Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Polly Burson was born on December 24, 1919 in Ontario, Oregon, USA as Pauline Shelton. She is known for her work on Who's That Girl (1987), Black Moon Rising (1986) and Vertigo (1958). She was married to Wayne Burson and George Mills. She died on April 4, 2006 in Ventura, California, USA.
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IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthDecember 24, 1919, Ontario, Oregon, United States
DiedApril 4, 2006, Ventura, California, United States
Place Of BirthOntario, Oregon, USA
ProfessionStunts, Actress
SpouseWayne Burson (m. 1945–1956), George Mills (m. 1938–1944)
Star SignCapricorn
#Fact
1Trick riding at age 14 and relay riding at age 18.
2Toured France with a Wild West show, performed in the Far East in rodeos and sailed the Pacific Ocean in her own sailboat for three years.
3Inducted into the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, Texas in November, 2002.
4Grew up in Oxnard, California.
5Her parents were rodeo riders.
6First recipient of the Tad Lucas Memorial Award of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1990.

Stunts

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Unconquered1947stunts - uncredited
The Perils of Pauline1947stunt double: Betty Hutton - uncredited / stunts - uncredited
Ivy1947stunt double: Joan Fontaine - uncredited
The Crimson Ghost1946stunt double: Linda Stirling - uncredited
Miss Susie Slagle's1946stunt double: Joan Caulfield - uncredited
The Purple Monster Strikes1945stunt double: Mary Moore - uncredited
Who's That Girl1987stunt player - as Polly Bursan
Black Moon Rising1986stunt player
Earthquake1974stunts - uncredited
True Grit1969stunts - uncredited
El Dorado1967stunts - uncredited
Cyclotrode 'X'1966TV Movie stunts - uncredited
McLintock!1963stunts - uncredited
How the West Was Won1962stunts - uncredited
Spartacus1960stunts - uncredited
Hell Bent for Leather1960stunts - uncredited
Heller in Pink Tights1960stunt double: Sophia Loren - uncredited
The Jayhawkers!1959stunts - uncredited
Last Train from Gun Hill1959stunt double: Ziva Rodann - uncredited
Some Like It Hot1959stunts - uncredited
The Buccaneer1958stunts - uncredited
Vertigo1958stunts - uncredited
Night Passage1957stunts - uncredited
Pillars of the Sky1956stunt double: Dorothy Malone - uncredited
The Ten Commandments1956stunts - uncredited
The Rains of Ranchipur1955stunts - uncredited
Guys and Dolls1955stunts - uncredited
Destry1954stunts - uncredited
Creature from the Black Lagoon1954stunt double: Julie Adams - uncredited
The Man from the Alamo1953stunts - uncredited
Gunsmoke1953stunt double: Susan Cabot - uncredited
Niagara1953stunts - uncredited
The Story of Will Rogers1952stunts - uncredited
Scarlet Angel1952stunts - uncredited
Rodeo1952stunts - uncredited
Rose of Cimarron1952riding double: Mala Powers - uncredited
Bend of the River1952stunts - uncredited
The Greatest Show on Earth1952stunts - uncredited
Westward the Women1951stunts - uncredited
A Place in the Sun1951stunt double: Shelley Winters - uncredited
The Sword of Monte Cristo1951stunts - uncredited
My Blue Heaven1950stunt double: Betty Grable - uncredited
The Desert Hawk1950stunt double: Yvonne De Carlo - uncredited
The Furies1950stunt double: Barbara Stanwyck - uncredited
Fancy Pants1950stunt double: Lucille Ball
Winchester '731950stunts - uncredited
A Ticket to Tomahawk1950stunt double: Anne Baxter - uncredited
Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town1950stunt double: Majorie Main - uncredited
Buccaneer's Girl1950stunt double: Yvonne De Carlo - uncredited
Calamity Jane and Sam Bass1949stunts - uncredited
Northwest Stampede1948stunts - uncredited
Relentless1948stunts - uncredited
The Swordsman1948stunts - uncredited

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Last of the Great Survivors1984TV MovieResident
Gone with the West1975Women of the Town (as Polly Bersen)
The High Chaparral1968TV SeriesWoman #2 / Bess
How the West Was Won1962Stock Player (uncredited)
The Eleventh Hour1962TV SeriesNurse
Spartacus1960Slave (uncredited)
The Jayhawkers!1959Schoolteacher (uncredited)
Night Passage1957Rosa
The Kettles on Old MacDonald's Farm1957Agnes Logan (uncredited)
The Ten Commandments1956Slave (uncredited)
The Second Greatest Sex1955Horseback Rider (uncredited)
Escape to Burma1955uncredited
The Man from the Alamo1953Woman on Train (uncredited)
Rose of Cimarron1952Rose's Riding Double
Westward the Women1951Pioneer Woman (uncredited)
The Redhead and the Cowboy1951Saloon Girl (uncredited)

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1991Golden BootGolden Boot Awards

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