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Fred Rogers net worth: Fred Rogers is an American educator, author, songwriter, television host cum Presbyterian minister had an estimated net worth of $8 Million of property.

Rogers was born to his parents James and Nancy Rogers. Initially, he spent most of his spare time together with his grandma who was enthusiastic about music. It’s said that when he saw television in his house, everything changed for him. In 1951, he applied to work at NBC in New York. He got instantly hired as he held the music degree by then. He worked three years on the music-centered programming. He also had his experience on Gabby Hayes’ show for kids. After stopping NBC, he started working as a puppeteer on children’s show at a public television station of Pittsburgh. He worked with Josiey Carey, the host in live TV that was unscripted where he developed bunches of puppets, characters and music which will be used afterwards in his future works. Some of his later works include King Friday XIII, Curios X the Owl and many more.
After moving to Toronto in 1963, he developed his 15 minute kids program titled Mister Rogers under the contract of CBC (Canadian Broadcasting System). Also referred to as Mister Roger’s Neighborhood, it eventually debuted on US network on February 19, 1968 which aired till August 21, 2001. Initially conceived as being targeted towards preschool kids aged between 2 to 5, it was later labeled appropriate for many ages.

Quick Facts

Birth date: March 20, 1928
Death date: February 27, 2003, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Birth place: Latrobe, Pennsylvania, United States
Height:6 ft (1.83 m)
Education:Rollins College, Dartmouth College, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
Spouse:Sara Byrd (m. 1952–2003)
Children:James Byrd Rogers, John Frederick Rogers
Parents:James Rogers, Nancy Rogers
Siblings:Elaine Rogers




Black Friday1916Edwin Rossitor
Good and Evil1916ShortThe Doctor
A Corner in Cotton1916John Carter
For Professional Reasons1915ShortDr. John Duvall (as Mr. Rogers)

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