Barry Tubb Net Worth

Barry Tubb was born on February 13, 1963 in  Snyder, Texas, United States, is Actor, Director, Writer. A Lone Star native with a lanky but athletic frame, blond Barry Tubb has always felt at home on the range. Born in Snyder, Texas on February 13, 1963, he was World Champion Jr. Bull Rider, then broadened his horizons by lassoing an acting career to boot. Graduating from Snyder High School in 1981, he began his stage training in San Francisco and showed enough chutzpah to try Hollywood in the mid 1980s. He initially drew attention on TV series work and in topical mini-movies dealing with sensitive issues. Following a regular role on the short-lived baseball ensemble series Bay City Blues (1983) and a recurring one as a rookie cop on Hill Street Blues (1981), he showed extreme promise as both a shy homosexual who comes out to his parents and faces the repercussions therein in Consenting Adult (1985), and as a preppy corporate upstart involved in murder in Billionaire Boys Club (1987). Barry peaked, however, playing Jasper Fant in the epic westerns Lonesome Dove (1989) and its sequel Return to Lonesome Dove (1993), which were partially set in his native Texas.Once he cemented his reputation on TV, Barry gravitated towards film with supporting roles in Mask (1985), The Legend of Billie Jean (1985) and as Wolfman in Top Gun (1986). In 1988, he co-starred with Mary Tyler Moore and Lynn Redgrave appearing fully nude in the Broadway production of "Sweet Sue" by A. R. Gurney which had a respectable run of 164 performances.The tall, fair-looking fellow with a slight but appealing awkwardness eventually grew disenchanted with Hollywood and turned to independent filming as well as other interests. At one point he actually moved to France (1991-93) and rode in a the resurrection of Buffalo Bill's Wild West show. Spreading his wings to include off-camera activity, he starred, directed, produced and co-wrote the real cowboy and Indians low-budget Blood Trail (2005), and soon Barry returned to his youthful roots writing, producing and directing the family film Grand Champion (2002), the exploits a young boy who raises a prize-winning steer and struggles to save the steer from becoming a prize bbq. He shot the film in his own hometown of Snyder. He has since written, produced and directed the ridiculous comedy "Clown Hunt" and directed the paranormal thriller "Javelina". Apparently he is mounting a feature production called "the dream..." to be shot in Marfa, Texas 2017.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Director, Writer
Birth Day February 13, 1963
Birth Place  Snyder, Texas, United States
Age 57 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Pisces
Occupation Actor, writer
Years active 1983–2014
Notable work Top Gun Bay City Blues Hill Street Blues The Legend of Billie Jean Lonesome Dove The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada

💰 Net worth: $100,000

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Biography/Timeline

1963

Tubb was born in Snyder, Texas in 1963. He won the state bull-riding championship at age 15 (junior division). After graduating from Snyder High School in 1981, he began stage training in San Francisco. Tubb moved to Hollywood in the mid 80's to begin his screen and television acting career.

1988

Moving on to film Barry accepted supporting roles in Mask, The Legend of Billie Jean, and as Wolfman in Top Gun. In 1988, he co-starred with Mary Tyler Moore and Lynn Redgrave in the Broadway production of Sweet Sue, in which he appeared nude, and which had a run of 164 performances. The following year he appeared in the drama Warm Summer Rain opposite Kelly Lynch. Barry turned to independent filming and other interests outside of Hollywood. In 1991, he moved to France and rode in a Wild West show. Barry starred, directed, produced, and co-wrote the Cowboys and Indians low-budget thriller Blood Trail which led to no major offers for distribution.

1993

He earned a regular role on the short-lived baseball ensemble series Bay City Blues and later a recurring role as a rookie police officer on Hill Street Blues. He played a shy homosexual boy who comes out to his parents in Consenting Adult as well as a wealthy corporate upstart involved in murder in Billionaire Boys Club. Barry's most popular television role was that of Jasper Fant in the epic westerns Lonesome Dove and its sequel Return to Lonesome Dove in 1993 which were partly set in his native Texas.

2002

In 2002, Tubb directed the family film Grand Champion about the exploits a young boy who raises a prize-winning steer and struggles to save it from the slaughterhouse. He shot the film in his own hometown of Snyder, Texas.