Edward Colman Net Worth

Edward Colman Net Worth is
$13 Million

Edward Colman Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Edward Coleman (died January 12, 1839) was the founder of the Forty Thieves, the first Irish gang with an established leader. He became one of New York City's most notorious villains, for the murder of his wife and popular Five Points character known as "The Pretty Hot Corn Girl". An early New York gangster, Coleman was the original leader of the Forty Thieves, helping form the gang in 1826. Coleman continued to control the Five Points with the gang for over fifteen years before courting and eventually marrying a "Hot Corn Girl" in 1838. As her husband, Coleman was entitled to her earnings, however when she did not earn as much as expected, Coleman beat her so severely she later died from her wounds. Coleman was quickly arrested and convicted of murder in early January, 1839, and on January 12, 1839, Coleman became the first man to be hanged at the newly constructed Tombs Prison.

Date Of BirthJanuary 25, 1905
DiedJanuary 12, 1839, New York City, New York, United States
Place Of BirthPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
ProfessionCinematographer, Camera Department
MoviesThe Monkey's Uncle
Star SignAquarius
1Assistant cameraman from 1924. As director of photography, almost exclusively employed by Disney.
2Was a member of the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC).
3Brother of cinematographer Ben Colman.


The Love Bug1968director of photography
Blackbeard's Ghost1968director of photography
The Ambushers1967director of photography
The Happiest Millionaire1967director of photography
The Gnome-Mobile1967director of photography
The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin1967director of photography
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of ColorTV Series 7 episodes, 1955 - 1966 director of photography - 6 episodes, 1961 - 1965
The Ugly Dachshund1966director of photography
That Darn Cat!1965director of photography
The Monkey's Uncle1965
Those Calloways1965director of photography
Mary Poppins1964director of photography
The Misadventures of Merlin Jones1964
Savage Sam1963
Son of Flubber1963director of photography
Big Red1962
Babes in Toyland1961
Miami Undercover1961TV Series director of photography - 1 episode
Zorro1961TV Series 1 episode
The Absent Minded Professor1961director of photography
DragnetTV Series 29 episodes, 1952 - 1959 director of photography - 30 episodes, 1952 - 1956
Schlitz Playhouse1959TV Series 1 episode
Donald in Mathmagic Land1959Short
Pete Kelly's Blues1959TV Series director of photography - 1 episode
The Shaggy Dog1959director of photography
Union Pacific1959TV Series 1 episode
People1957TV Movie
Black Patch1957
The D.I.1957
Studio 571956TV Series 1 episode
24 Hour Alert1955Short
Public DefenderTV Series 1 episode, 1954 director of photography - 2 episodes, 1954
Dragnet1954director of photography

Camera Department

The Million Dollar Duck1971camera operator - uncredited
The Mickey Mouse Club1955TV Series camera operator - 5 episodes
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea1954director of photography: second unit - uncredited
The Valiant Hombre1948camera operator - uncredited
Joan of Arc1948camera operator - uncredited
Walk a Crooked Mile1948camera operator - uncredited
The Creeper1948camera operator - as Edward Coleman
Sleep, My Love1948camera operator - uncredited
The Runaround1946second camera - uncredited
She Wrote the Book1946second camera - uncredited
Idea Girl1946second camera - uncredited
Frontier Gal1945second camera operator - uncredited
The Naughty Nineties1945second camera operator - uncredited
Sudan1945second camera operator - uncredited
Salome Where She Danced1945second camera - uncredited
Here Come the Co-eds1945second camera - uncredited
Tower of London1939camera operator - uncredited
Hypnotized1932second assistant camera - uncredited
The Bat Whispers1930special photography
Hell's Angels1930aerial photographer - uncredited


Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1961TV SeriesHimself

Nominated Awards

1965OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Cinematography, ColorMary Poppins (1964)
1962OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Cinematography, Black-and-WhiteThe Absent Minded Professor (1961)
1956Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsBest Cinematography for TelevisionDragnet (1951)
1955Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsBest Direction of PhotographyDragnet (1951)

3rd Place Awards

1962Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Cinematography, Black and WhiteThe Absent Minded Professor (1961)

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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