Clint Walker Net Worth

Do you want to know how much Clint Walker is worth? We have the answer for you! First off, let’s get familiar with the person in question, shall we? He is an actor from American. He was born in unknown, on unknown in to the family of Gladys Huldah (née Schwanda), Paul Arnold Walker and Neoma L. Westbrook. His talents and gifts as an actor soon became apparent and a promising career path was laid out right before him. It is also worth noting that he attended United States Merchant Marine, and earned the Nicknames of Norman Eugene Walker , Jett Norman throughout his studies and working career. He stands at 6 ft 5 in (1.981 m) in terms of height. Starring in multiple hit movies or TV shows, Clint Walker has earned global recognition as well as amassing a fortune. In his career Clint Walker has earned a lot of money and now has a total Net worth valued at $5 Million.

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All the fame and money did not come naturally to this actor; Clint was raised by his mother as his parents divorced when he was very young, and he left school in his teens and worked at various jobs including on river boats, as a metal worker, nightclub bouncer and doorman, undercover for detectives among others. He went to serve at sea in the US Merchant Marine when old enough, nearing the end of World War 2, then returned to odd jobs on shore, and it was only some years later in the early ’50s that a friend suggested that he should try acting, given his voice and strong physique. So Clint then tried his luck in Hollywood, and initially appeared in the film “Jungle Gents” with the name Jett Norman. Later when he was signed by Warner Bros and ABC to the popular series “Cheyenne” in the role of Cheyenne Bodie, that he adopted his popular stage name, Clint Walker. With this role, Clint never looked back in his life, and went on to a successful acting career.

Clint always gave a touch of glamour in his movies, and is considered to be the one who should get credit for raising the stature of western actors in the eyes of the public. He subsequently starred in numerous television series as well as “Cheyenne”, including  “Yuma”, “Killdozer!”, “Scream of the Wolf” and many more. He also played roles in big Hollywood movies with the likes of “The Dirty Dozen”, “The Great Bank Robbery”, “Hysterical”, “None but the Brave” and so on, although to some extent his physique was something of a hindrance. However, for his considerable contribution to television and the cinema, he was been rewarded with a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame, as well as inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. In all, Clint appeared in more than 40 films, both on the big screen, and in TV series and films, before he retired in the late ’90s.

In his personal life, Clint was married three times, and with his first wife, Verna Garner (1948-68) is the father of a daughter named Valerie, who went on to become one of the first female pilots. He was also married to Giselle Hennesey from1974 until her death in 1994, and was married to Susan Cavallari from 1997, living in Nevada County, California. The pin-up prince of women in the ’50s and ’60s, Clint still enjoyed the sparks and celebrations he received from his fans and followers, and loved signing autographs at various gatherings post- retirement from the film industry.

Clint Walker passed away on 22 May 2018 at his home in California, eventually from the effects of heart disease – he was 90.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Clint Walker
  • Net Worth: $5 Million
  • Date Of Birth: May 30, 1927
  • Died: 22 May 2018
  • Place Of Birth: Hartford, Illinois, United States
  • Height: 6 ft 5 in (1.981 m)
  • Profession: Actor, Voice Actor
  • Education: United States Merchant Marine,
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Susan Cavallari (m. 1997), Giselle Hennessy (m. 1974–1994), Verna Garver (m. 1948–1968)
  • Children: Valerie Walker
  • Parents: Gladys Huldah (née Schwanda), Paul Arnold Walker
  • Siblings: Neoma L. Westbrook
  • Nicknames: Norman Eugene Walker , Jett Norman
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  • Awards: Golden Boot Awards (1997)
  • Nominations: Hollywood Walk of Fame (1960), Hall of Great Western Performers (National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma, 2004)
  • Movies: More Dead Than Alive (1969), Fort Dobbs (1958), Yellowstone Kelly (1959), Gold of the Seven Saints (1961), Send Me No Flowers (1964), The Ten Commandments (1956), Jungle Gents (1954),
  • TV Shows: Cheyenne (1955-1962), Maverick (1960), Kraft Suspense Theatre (1964), Kodiak (1974), Centennial (1978), The Love Boat (1983), Sweating Bullets (1993)


  • He was a health food addict.
  • He is a staunch conservative Republican.
  • Enjoys meeting people and signing autographs while attending various gatherings, film festivals and Western Heritage events. His favorite event to attend is the Western Legends Film Festival held the last week of August each year in Kanab, Utah, where many of the Hollywood westerns were filmed and where Clint was honored in 2004 for his role in the movie Fort Dobbs (1958).
  • After the first few episodes of Cheyenne (1955), he was given a horse named Brandy. Brandy was 16 hands high (5’4″). Not only did Clint ride the horse in the “Cheyenne” episodes, he was used in the movies made at Warner Brothers. Brandy has a distinguishing white spot on his right rump.
  • He was a guest at the 2012 Memphis Film Festival’s “A Gathering of Guns 4: A TV Western Reunion” at the Whispering Woods Hotel and Conference Center in Olive Branch, Mississippi.
  • Walker’s twin sister, Neoma L. “Lucy” Westbrook, died Nov. 11, 2000 at her residence in Hartford, Illinois, aged 73.
  • In 1971, he was involved in a freak accident at Mammoth Mountain, CA, when the tip of a ski pole pierced his heart. He made an amazing recovery and was back at work filming in Spain two months later.
  • His twin sister’s name was Lucille.
  • He was born a twin.
  • Unlike many of his TV-western colleagues, Clint Walker never had to endure a whipping on Cheyenne (1955) (though on a 10-23-61 episode titled “The Young Fugitives,” he was bound shirtless to a tree.


Title Year Status Character
Small Soldiers 1998 Nick Nitro (voice)
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 1995 TV Series Cheyenne Bodie
Sweating Bullets 1993 TV Series Dead Eye Dixon
The Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw 1991 TV Movie Cheyenne
The All American Cowboy 1985 TV Movie
The Serpent Warriors 1985 Morgan Bates
The Love Boat 1983 TV Series Bill
Hysterical 1983 Sheriff
Mysterious Island of Beautiful Women 1979 TV Movie Wendell
Centennial 1978 TV Mini-Series Joe Bean
Deadly Harvest 1977 Grant Franklin
The White Buffalo 1977 Whistling Jack Kileen
Snowbeast 1977 TV Movie Sheriff Paraday
Baker’s Hawk 1976 Dan Baker
Killdozer 1974 TV Movie Lloyd Kelly
Scream of the Wolf 1974 TV Movie Byron Douglas
Kodiak 1974 TV Series Cal ‘Kodiak’ McKay / Cal ‘Kodiak’ McCay / Kodiak
Pancho Villa 1972 Scotty
The Bounty Man 1972 TV Movie Kinkaid
Hardcase 1972 TV Movie Jack Rutherford
Yuma 1971 TV Movie Marshal Dave Harmon
The Phynx 1970 Master Sergeant Clint Walker
The Great Bank Robbery 1969 Ranger Ben Quick
Sam Whiskey 1969 O. W. Bandy
More Dead Than Alive 1969 Cain
The Dirty Dozen 1967 Samson Posey
Maya 1966 Hugh Bowen
The Night of the Grizzly 1966 Jim Cole
The Lucy Show 1965-1966 TV Series Frank / Frank Wilson
None But the Brave 1965 Capt. Dennis Bourke
Send Me No Flowers 1964 Bert Power
Kraft Suspense Theatre 1964 TV Series David Wolfe
77 Sunset Strip 1963 TV Series Cal Jasper
Cheyenne 1955-1962 TV Series Cheyenne Bodie / Ace Black / Jim Thornton Merritt
Gold of the Seven Saints 1961 Jim Rainbolt
Maverick 1960 TV Series Cheyenne Bodie
Requiem to Massacre 1960 Custer
Yellowstone Kelly 1959 Luther ‘Yellowstone’ Kelly
Fort Dobbs 1958 Gar Davis
The Travellers 1957 Cheyenne Bodie
The Ten Commandments 1956 Sardinian Captain
Jungle Gents 1954 Tarzan Type (uncredited)
Title Year Status Character
The Night of the Grizzly 1966 writer: “Pine Tree Tall” – uncredited
The Jack Benny Program 1963 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Cheyenne TV Series 1 episode, 1961 performer – 2 episodes, 1957 – 1962
Title Year Status Character
Lookin’ Back with O.W. Bandy 2014 Video documentary short Himself
The Infamous Killer Cain 2014 Video documentary short Himself
The Legend of Big Jim Cole 2012 Video documentary short Himself
The Lonely Gunfighter: The Legacy of Cheyenne 2006 Video short Himself
Armed and Deadly: The Making of ‘The Dirty Dozen’ 2006 Video documentary short Himself
ABC’s 50th Anniversary Celebration 2003 TV Special documentary Himself
100 Years of the Hollywood Western 1994 TV Movie documentary Himself
All-Star Party for ‘Dutch’ Reagan 1985 TV Special Himself
Oklahoma Passage – A Story of Mobility 1982 Documentary short Narrator
The John Davidson Show 1982 TV Series Himself
ABC’s Silver Anniversary Celebration 1978 TV Special Himself
The Troy Cory Evening Show 1974 TV Series Himself – Guest
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1972 TV Series Himself
Allen Ludden’s Gallery 1969 TV Series Himself
Operation Dirty Dozen 1967 Short documentary Himself
The Joey Bishop Show 1967 TV Series Himself
The Eamonn Andrews Show 1966 TV Series Himself
The Linkletter Show 1964-1965 TV Series Himself
The Jack Benny Program 1963 TV Series Himself
Stump the Stars 1963 TV Series Himself – Guest Panelist
The James Dean Story 1957 Documentary Himself – ‘Giant’ premiere footage (uncredited)
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
La tele de tu vida 2007 TV Series Kodiak
Private Screenings 2001 TV Series Cheyenne Bodie in ‘Cheyenne’
Hollywood Remembers Lee Marvin 2000 TV Movie documentary Samson Posey
Rock Hudson’s Home Movies 1992 Documentary Bert
Gold, Glory and Custer 1964 Cheyenne Bodie


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