How Much is Robert Fuller Net Worth and Income?

Robert Fuller Net Worth and Income

Robert Fuller Net Worth and Income

Robert Fuller is an American horse rancher and former actor. Many people know him for his role as Dr. Kelly Brackett in Emergency!, a medical drama in 1970s. And His appearance as Jess Harper in Laramie also stole the people’s attention at that time. He retired from his career as an actor in 2001. So far, Robert Fuller net worth has reached $ 5.5 million. His raspy, deep voice was his trademark that made many people love him.

Robert Fuller was born on in New York 1933 to Betty Simpson. When he was sixteen, he traveled  to Hollywood with his family. At the beginning of his career in acting, he became a stuntman. The 1st small role of Robert Fuller was  in 1952 movie “Above and Beyond”. And he also ever got a minor role in a movie alongside the late Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

Talking about Laramie, this might be one of his the best tv series in his career. For his performance, Robert won the Best Actor from Konga Award. And in the same year, he also received the Japanese Golden Order of Merit, in Japan in 1961 due to his contribution for the Red Cross. He was the 1st American ever to achieve this award.

Robert also won 5 Ottos in Germany for 5 years in a row as the best actor. Due to his great contribution for the TV industry, his name is listed in Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The source of Robert Fuller Net Worth and Income

Most of Rebert Fuller income was from his hard-work in TV industry. He hadd starred several titles of movies and TV series too. His appearance in Laramie made his name become popular not only ion America, but also abroad, including Japan.  Robert Fuller net worth is around $5.5 million.

Currently he has retired from acting and Hollywood. He is enjoying his old days in his Horse Ranch.He should be a good example for the young

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