Butch Patrick Net Worth

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Butch’s step father, Ken Hunt, was a former professional baseball player with the Yankees and briefly with the Washington Senators. Butch’s first appearance as an actor was in the TV series “The Detectives” in 1961, and then as Eddie Munster in the TV series “The Munsters”(1964). He went on to star in “The Two Little Bears” and also the series “General Hospital” in 1963, and was also involved in Kelloggs award-winning Cornflakes Commercial. He subsequently starred as Greg in “The Real McCoys” and as Mark in the series “Linville” in 1971. All added to his net worth.

Butch signed a contract with Metromedia Records which saw him perform in high profile shows, notably “Armenian Band Stand” and “The Daily Game”. From 1971 to1973 he performed in the “Teen Heart Throb Tears”. At the age of 19, Butch left Hollywood for fast cars and surfing. In 1993, he formed “Eddie and the Monsters” a band on Rockshire records which aired a video on the famous Upstart Cable Power House, becoming the first unsigned band to be seen. Currently Butch works the Indie movies circuit as a way o giving back to society and is usually solidly booked during the Halloween. His net worth was steady if unspectacular.

In his personal life, Butch was engaged for some time to Philadelphia Eagles Cheer Leader Donna Auerbach/McCall. In 2010, he announced their wedding but shortly afterwards they broke up, and Butch entered a rehabilitation facility in New Jersey, where he battled forty years of addiction to alcohol, cocaine and marijuana. He cleaned up and got out of rehab, but unfortunately Butch was diagnosed with prostate cancer, however, he remained positive about his prognosis and true to his belief, and recovered. He now works supporting people with addictions. Butch also has a passion for cars; he travels the world as a celebrity guest of car shows, and exports classic cars to Australia. He is also a guest at many convention and autograph shows, and offers consultancy services to Haunted House Attraction Industry.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Butch Patrick
  • Net Worth: $250,000
  • Date Of Birth: August 2, 1953
  • Place Of Birth: Los Angeles, California, United States
  • Height: 5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
  • Profession: Actor
  • Nationality: United States of America
  • Spouse: Leila Murray
  • Parents: Ken Hunt
  • Siblings: Kerry Lynn Sprick
  • Nicknames: Patrick Alan Lilley , Patrick Lilly , Butch Patrick-Lilly
  • IMDB: www.imdb.com/name/nm0665822
  • Record Labels: Rockshire records
  • Music Groups: “Eddie and the Monsters”
  • Movies: “The Munsters”, “I Dream of Jeannie”, “The Monkees”, “Gunsmoke”,“The Real McCoys”, “Linville” (1971)
  • TV Shows: “Armenian Band Stand”, “The Daily Game”, “Teen Heart Throb Tears” (1971-1973)

Quotes

  • [on his on- and off-screen chemistry with Yvonne De Carlo, who played Lily Munster]: Yvonne would be a maternal influence. She’d be a mom because my mom wasn’t around, so she’d be a matriarch, not only on the show, but when I’d see her outside of the makeup on Mondays and Tuesdays. Once in a while, she’d bring her kids down to the set.
  • [Of Yvonne De Carlo]: Yvonne De Carlo had a husband, who was a stuntman, who was hurt, very, very badly, in the stunt, in the movie, ‘How The West Was Won.’ His name was: Bob Morgan. When that happened, Lily dropped into television, cause she did ‘The Ten Commandments,’ she was before with Cecil B. DeMille, and when she did ‘The Munsters,’ it was really a step down for her; because she was a moviestar. The moviestars didn’t do television, back then, so, she had to become the breadwinner for her household, because her husband was hurt; and I thought, she was a very strong woman to do that and she had her handsful of these 2 guys from New York, as they were practical jokers and pranksters. I think the fact that she was a moviestar, they took great fun in trying to annoy her. But, she held her own and it became a strong matriarch of the family; and I think the fact that she was up, against the 7 ft. tall Frankenstein – 6’3″, Jewish, drafted in cigars and held her own, so there was a lot about her character.
  • [Of Fred Gwynne and Yvonne De Carlo] They aren’t just wonderful people, but they were really good actors and actresses, but they were nice people, as well, they made it fun to go to work with. And being the only kid, having the producers from Leave It to Beaver (1957), prior to that. It was a kid-friendly show.
  • [on his on- and off-screen chemistry with Fred Gwynne and Yvonne De Carlo, who played both Herman and Lily Munster respectively] While they were alive, we saw each other and it was always fun. We certainly had a good time when we worked together.
  • [When Yvonne De Carlo was the last-minute replacement to play Lily Munster] I have to interject something here. I never really thought about this, but can you imagine the difference of The Munsters (1964) opening clip with Fred Gwynne as “Herman Munster” and then Joan Marshall as “Phoebe”? It doesn’t have the same impact as Yvonne De Carlo as “Lily”. I mean, they really got a good punch with Yvonne De Carlo. I was just sort of substituting for the other kid and I did a pretty good job, but I think that the real slip in the last-minute crew was getting Yvonne De Carlo, major screen star, to play television.
  • Most of my memories weren’t really while filming, but running around the back lot, going to the laboratory, where they were making all of the monsters for the other movies, in the makeup department, and the special effects department. That’s what I enjoyed.
  • [on working on the Donna Douglas project] Believe it or not. I’ve had a hard time developing financing.
  • [on making $600 a year at Universal Studios] They put makeup on me, and that was the character. I used the back lot as my private little entertainment center.
  • I straightened my own life out in my own time. Maybe I should have gone to rehab, but I didn’t. A little man inside me said it was time to get my life in order.

Facts

  • Footage of Butch Patrick from The Munsters is shown in the 1998 movie, Primary Colors as John Travolta’s character channel-surfs and complains about the poor television reception in their motel room.
  • Credits Yvonne De Carlo as his favorite acting mentor/best friend.
  • Surrogate son of Yvonne De Carlo.
  • Revealed that he had a wonderful relationship with Yvonne De Carlo on The Munsters (1964).
  • His acting mentor and series lead, Yvonne De Carlo, died on January 8, 2007, at age 84.
  • Before Yvonne De Carlo’s death, Patrick was her caregiver.
  • Lives in Gardena, California. He owns a promotions company and appears at nostalgia conventions. [May 2004]
  • Currently lives in Long Island, New York. He has completed his upcoming Biography with his author Helen Darras. The book, entitled “Eddie Munster AKA Butch Patrick” will be published and available at bookstore by mid 2007. [December 2006]
  • Currently living in Long Island, New York. He has completed his upcoming Biography with his author Helen Darras. The book, published in early 2008, details Butch’s first exciting 25 years in Hollywood and is entitled “Eddie Munster AKA Butch Patrick.” [February 2008]
  • He is co-host of Macabre Theatre. www.macabretheatre.com [May 2004]
  • 2000 – Lives in Odessa, Florida with his live-in girl friend, Pamm Curtis. He owns a promotions company and appears at nostalgia conventions.
  • His acting mentors were the late Yvonne De Carlo and the late Charles Nelson Reilly.
  • His agent is Jodi Ritzen.
  • Suffered a near-fatal drug overdose days after walking out of a rehabilitation center in New Jersey earlier in November 2010. He had checked in to treat his cocaine addiction and to recover from the breakup with his fiancé, Donna McCall, a former NFL cheerleader, with whom he had moved to New Jersey [November 24, 2010].
  • Best known by the public for his role as Eddie Munster on The Munsters (1964).
  • Best friends of former child actors: Brandon Cruz, Danny Bonaduce and Bill Mumy.
  • Attended the 2007 Twilight Zone Convention at the Hilton Hasbrouck Heights, Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, August 4-5, 2007.
  • Ranked #45 in VH1’s list of the “100 Greatest Kid Stars”
  • Usually booked solid for Halloween parties and events due to his “Munsters” association.
  • Once played himself on an episode of The Simpsons (1989).
  • Formed a band called “Eddie and the Monsters” in 1983 and got a mild hit off the novelty song “What Ever Happened to Eddie?” The video got some airplay and was the instigator for MTV’s “The BasementTapes,” which was a showcase for unsigned bands.
  • Has a half-sister named Kerry Lynn Sprick (formerly Kerry Lynn Hunt).
  • Butch’s stepfather is former pro baseball player Ken Hunt.

Filmography

Actor
Title Year Status Character
Property Horrors 2017 TV Series pre-production
Zombie Dream 2015 Butch
Bite School 2015 Butch
Young Blood: Evil Intentions 2012 Principal
Kitaro’s Graveyard Gang 2 2011 Wolfman (voice)
Eat Me 2010/I Short Flipper
Soupernatural 2010 Man with a Knife
It Came from Trafalgar 2009 Roy Autry
Life’s a Butch 2009 TV Series Butch
Kitaro’s Graveyard Gang 2009 Wolfman
Macabre Theatre Halloween Special 2006 TV Movie
Spaced Out 2006 Video Larry the Bartender
Frankenstein vs. the Creature from Blood Cove 2005 Transformed Werewolf (as Patrick Lilly)
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star 2003 Butch Patrick (as Butch Patrick-Lilly)
Macabre Theatre 2002 TV Series Eddie Munster
Magic Al and the Mind Factory 2000 Video Sam the Sorcerer
Here Come the Munsters 1995 TV Movie Cameo appearance
Scary Movie 1991 Eddie
The Munsters 1964-1987 TV Series Eddie Munster
Ironside 1974 TV Series Barney Parkos
Lucas Tanner 1974 TV Series Bill
Shazam! 1974 TV Series Jack
The Addams Family Fun House 1973 TV Movie Pugsley Addams
The Smith Family 1971-1972 TV Series Gary
The Sandpit Generals 1971 No Legs
My Three Sons 1962-1971 TV Series Gordon Dearing / Elmore Crocker / Little Boy
Lidsville 1971 TV Series Mark
Adam-12 1969-1970 TV Series Paul Foster / Tony Niccola
The Phantom Tollbooth 1970 Milo
Headmaster 1970 TV Series Ritchie
80 Steps to Jonah 1969 Brian Hofstadter
Marcus Welby, M.D. 1969 TV Series Sailor Ballinger
Daniel Boone 1969 TV Series Black Cat Jack
Family Affair 1968 TV Series Frankie
The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band 1968 Johnny (uncredited)
Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color 1968 TV Series Bumper / Frank Wilson
The Young Loner 1968 TV Movie Bumper
The Monkees 1967 TV Series Melvin
Gunsmoke 1964-1967 TV Series Tom John Spears / Runt
I Dream of Jeannie 1966 TV Series Richard
Pistols ‘n’ Petticoats 1966 TV Series Chad Turner
Munster, Go Home! 1966 Eddie Munster
One Man’s Way 1964 John Peale
Mister Ed 1963-1964 TV Series Stevie / Tommy Slater
Rawhide 1964 TV Series Danny
Bonanza 1963 TV Series Jody Fletcher
My Favorite Martian 1963 TV Series Stevie
Death Valley Days 1963 TV Series Tommy
The Real McCoys 1963 TV Series Greg Howard / Greg
General Hospital 1963 TV Series Johnny Mercer
A Child Is Waiting 1963 Boy Playing Football (uncredited)
Pressure Point 1962 Imaginary Playmate (uncredited)
The Untouchables 1962 TV Series Charlie
Alcoa Premiere 1962 TV Series Wesley
Ben Casey 1962 TV Series
Hand of Death 1962 Davey, little boy on beach
The Two Little Bears 1961 Billy Davis
The Detectives 1961 TV Series Bobby
Soundtrack
Title Year Status Character
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star 2003 as Butch Patrick Lilly, “Child Stars on Your Television”
Lidsville 1971 TV Series performer – 2 episodes
The Phantom Tollbooth 1970 performer: “Don’t Say There’s Nothing to Do in the Doldrums” 1969, “Time Is a Gift” 1969
Thanks
Title Year Status Character
Biography 2003 TV Series documentary very special thanks – 1 episode
Self
Title Year Status Character
The Bob Show 2007-2008 TV Series Himself
TV Land Confidential 2005-2007 TV Series documentary Himself / Himself – Interviewee
I Love the ’70s: Volume 2 2006 TV Series Himself
QTN Holiday Reel 2005 TV Movie Himself
TV Land’s Top Ten 2004-2005 TV Series documentary Himself
Queer Edge with Jack E. Jett 2005 TV Series Himself – Celebrity Co-Host
Frankenstein vs. the Creature from Blood Cove: The Making of 2005 Video documentary short
The Greatest 2005 TV Series documentary Himself
Surge of Power 2004 Himself
TV Land Convention Special 2004 TV Movie documentary Himself
The 2nd Annual TV Land Awards 2004 TV Special Himself
Macabre Theatre Halloween Special 2003 TV Movie Himself
Biography 1999-2003 TV Series documentary Himself / Himself – Host
Child Stars: Then and Now 2003 TV Special documentary Himself
Star Dates 2002 TV Series Himself
Inside TV Land: 40 Greatest Theme Songs 2002 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Simpsons 1999 TV Series Himself
Vicki! 1994 TV Series Himself
New American Bandstand 1965 1972 TV Series Himself
Our Munster Memories Documentary announced Himself (rumored)
Bizarre Transmissions from the Bermuda Triangle 2015 TV Series Himself
Dysfunctional with No Filter Paul and Denise 2015 TV Series Himself (2015)
Shipping Wars 2015 TV Series Himself
Comic Book Men 2015 TV Series Himself
Horror Kung-Fu Theatre 2013 TV Series Himself
Chicly Geek 2012 TV Series Himself
Planet Houston 2012 TV Series Himself
Underground Entertainment: The Movie 2011 Documentary Butch
The Actor’s Journey 2011 Video documentary Himself
The Actor’s Journey for Kids 2011 Video documentary Himself
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
The Sixties 2014 TV Mini-Series documentary Eddie Munster – The Munsters
Svengoolie 2012 TV Series Eddie Munster
The Lego Munsters 2011 Short Eddie Munster
Lego: The Munsters – Munster Fright 2010 Short Eddie Munster
Biography 2000 TV Series documentary Eddie Munster
The Simpsons 2000 TV Series Himself
50 Years of Funny Females 1995 TV Movie documentary Himself
Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color 1972 TV Series Johnny

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