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The dancer and actor, Buddy Ebsen, is an American actor who made his debut with Broadway Melody of 1936. His most famous role was as Jed Clampett.
Buddy Ebsen has been very successful throughout the years.
Ebsen went to New York, where he worked in a soda shop, and he and his sister Vilma Ebsen performed as a dance act in supper clubs, and vaudeville-they was known as the “Baby Astaires.”On Broadway, they appeared as members of the chorus in the musical whoopee, Flying colors. Ebsen has recorded all of his songs as the Tin Man, attended all the rehearsals, and begun filming.
Family and Personal Life
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Ebsen married Ruth Cambridge. They got separated and had two daughters together. In 1`945 he married lieutenant, Nancy Wolcott. He also got separated from her and had four daughters and a son. In 1985 he married his third wife, Dorothy “Dotti” Knott. They have no child.
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Dorothy Knott (m. 1985–2003), Nancy Wolcott McKeown (m. 1945–1985), Ruth Cambridge (m. 1933–1945)|
|Children/Kids||Yes (Kiki Ebsen, Bonnie Ebsen, Dustin Ebsen, Susannah Ebsen, Alix Ebsen, Elizabeth Ebsen, Cathy Ebsen)|
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Net Worth, Nationality and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Buddy Ebsen|
|Age (as of today)||114 years|
|Date of Birth||April 2, 1908|
|Place of Birth||Belleville, Illinois, United States|
|Height||1.91 m, 6 feet 3 inches|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$2 million|
Height, Weight, and Age
Buddy Ebsen's height is quite tall measuring 1.91 m. Being born on April 2, 1908, translates to an age of 114 years as of todays date (August 13, 2022).
Remember, that of all the elements that comprise a human being, the most important, the most essential, the one that will sustain, transcend, overcome and vanquish obstacles is – Spirit!Buddy Ebsen
Writing fiction, there are no limits to what you write as long as it increases the value of the paper you are writing on.Buddy Ebsen