Home / Actors / Ralph Bellamy Net Worth

Ralph Bellamy Net Worth

Ralph Bellamy Net Worth

Ralph Bellamy made money by Actors niche. For all time, at the moment, 2016 year, Ralph Bellamy earned $19 Million. Exact sum is $19000000.


Short biography, height, weight, dates:

Birth date: June 17, 1904, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Death date: November 29, 1991, Santa Monica, California, United States
Birth place: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Height:6 2 (1.88 m)
Profession: Actor, Soundtrack
Spouse: Alice Murphy (m. 1949Р 1991)
TV shows: Man Against Crime, War and Remembrance


Ralph Bellamy Net Worth
Ralph Bellamy Net Worth


Wikipedia Source: Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy was a veteran actor who was so well-liked and respected by his peers that he was the recipient of an honorary Oscar in 1987 for his contributions to the acting profession. Ralph Rexford Bellamy was born June 17, 1904 in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Lilla Louise, originally from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and Charles Rexford Bellamy, who had deep roots in New England. Bellamy began his career as a player right out of high school in 1922, joining a traveling company that put on Shakespearean plays. For the next five years he appeared with stock companies and repertory theaters associated with the Chautauqua Road Co., which brought culture to the hinterlands. He not only learned his craft but by 1927 wound up owning his own theatrical troupe. Two years later he made his Broadway theatrical debut in Town Boy. Bellamy made the first of his over 100 films in 1933, appearing as a gangster in The Secret Six. While he never became a major star or played many leads in A pictures, he made a career out of playing second-leads in major productions before developing into a character actor. In his heyday he typically played a rich but dull character who is jilted by the leading lady. He also specialized in redoubtable detectives who always find their man and as slightly sinister yet stylish villains. Bellamys greatest role was as Franklin D. Roosevelt in Dore Scharys play Sunrise at Campobello, for which he won a 1958 Best Actor-Dramatic Tony Award. He also reprised his portrayal of Roosevelt in Scharys 1960 movie adaptation of his play Sunrise at Campobello, which brought his co-star Greer Garson a Golden Globe award and a Best Actress Academy Award nomination for playing Eleanor Roosevelt. To play F.D.R. and show his struggle with the onset of polio, Bellamy studied up on Roosevelt as both man and politician, gaining an insight into the future presidents psyche. Like Method actors Marlon Brando and Jon Voight, who prepared for their portrayals of paraplegic war veterans in the movies The Men and Coming Home by living in Р™