Ken Kercheval Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Ken Kercheval Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Ken Kercheval Net Worth: Ken Kercheval is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $3 million. Born in 1935 in Wolcottville, Indiana, in 1935, Ken Kercheval studied at NYC’s Neighborhood Playhouse. He’s famous for playing Cliff Barnes on “Dallas”, getting the part in the late ’70s. Kercheval remained on the show until 1991 through every episode despite being initially cast as Ray Krebbs. He reprised the part repeatedly following the series finale. Kercheval has been married four times and divorced four times. He’s seven kids from every one of his marriages. Kercheval survived a battle with lung cancer.
July 15, 1935
Wolcottville, Indiana, U.S.
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre
seven, plus six grandchildren
Marine Kercheval, Christine Rieber
TV Land Pop Culture Award
Dallas: J.R. Returns, The Seven-Ups, Pretty Poison, California Casanova, Cover Me Babe, Network, Devil Dog: The Hound of Hell, I Still Dream of Jeannie, The Patricia Neal Story, F.I.S.T., Too Far to Go, Rabbit, Run, Corrado, Corporate Affairs, An Enemy of the People, Diagnosis Murder
Dallas, Search for Tomorrow, How to Survive a Marriage, The Secret Storm
Although he and Larry Hagman fought many battles on Dallas (1978), their most challenging battles were in real-life after the show ended. Both actors faced grim diagnoses and beat the odds. Ken successfully beat lung cancer and Larry underwent a successful liver transplant after being given weeks to live. In 2011, however, Larry was diagnosed with stage-2 throat cancer and succumbed to the disease in November 2012.
Was initially cast as Ray Krebbs on Dallas (1978) before being given the role of Cliff Barnes instead.
Appeared in almost all of the 357 episodes of Dallas (1978).
Along with Larry Hagman, he is one of only two Dallas (1978) cast members to stay with the series throughout its entire run.
His father was a doctor and his mother was a nurse.
Successfully fought lung cancer in 1993, and had to have a significant portion of his lung removed, as a result of years of heavy smoking
Collects early American glass. He also collects regional art of the 1930s and classic Packard automobiles.
Attended Indiana University, majoring in music and drama and University of the Pacific in Stockon, California. He also studied acting at the distinguished Neighborhood Playhouse in New York.