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Burt Ward Net Worth

Burt Ward Net Worth

Burt Ward made money by Actors niche. For all time, at the moment, 2016 year, Burt Ward earned $2.5 Million. Exact sum is $2580000.


Short biography, height, weight, dates:

Birth date: July 6, 1945
Birth place: Los Angeles, California, United States
Height:5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Profession: Actor
Education: University of California, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills High School
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Tracy Posner (m. 1990), Kathy Kersh (m. 1967Р 1969), Bonney Lindsey (m. 1965Р 1966)
Children: Melody Lane Ward, Lisa Ann Ward


Burt Ward Net Worth
Burt Ward Net Worth


Wikipedia Source: Burt Ward
Actor Burt Ward had to endure one of the toughest setbacks ever to befall a TV star once his camp-styled antics as the Boy Wonder superhero ended on the one-time hit series Batman. Irreparably typecast, he was out of commission for much of his post-Robin career with the cult star eventually becoming a frequent participant at TV nostalgia conventions. He was born Bert John Gervis, Jr, the oldest of three children. His father, Bert Sr. was the owner of a traveling ice show called Rhapsody On Ice. By age two, young Bert was billed as the youngest professional ice skater and his name was even featured in the book Strange As It Seems, a predecessor to the popular Guinness Book of Records. Eventually Berts family migrated to Los Angeles where his father sold real estate. Bright and athletically inclined, Bert Jr. was active on the high school track and field, wrestling, and golf teams. He was also a chess champion at school and took up karate. Following graduation in 1963, Bert met Bonney Lindsey, whose father was the well-known musical conductor Mort Lindsey. Through Mr. Lindseys contacts, Bert and Bonney apprenticed at the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, Pennsylvania, where he worked behind the scenes building sets and assisting with props. It was enough to pique his interest and, after attending the University of California at Santa Barbara where he worked part time as a deejay at the local college station, he transferred to UCLA and became a motion picture and theater major, supplementing his income during that time in real estate. After college, Bert ventured on with his work as a broker and actually made his first sale to producer Saul David who introduced the young hopeful to an agent. In 1965 ABC started its search for a new face to appear on an upcoming comic strip series. Bert lucked out and managed a screen test with Adam West for the role of Dick Grayson opposite Wests caped crusader. Berts compact build, slightly awkward sense of humor, and assured athletic skills were instrumental in his winning the role. Р™