Christopher Shea Net Worth

Christopher Shea was born on February 19, 2005 in  Los Angeles County, California, United States, is Actor. Child actor Christopher Dylan Shea was born on February 5, 1958, in Los Angeles County, California. He was the older brother of fellow child actors Eric Shea and Stephen Shea. Christopher had a regular part as "Joey Starett" on the short-lived western TV series Shane (1966). He also made guest appearances on episodes of such TV series as Bonanza (1959), The Invaders (1967), Green Acres (1965) and The Odd Couple (1970). He was best-known as the voice of the precocious "Linus Van Pelt" in a handful of delightful "Peanuts" TV specials that include the much-beloved holiday favorites, A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) and It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966).He lived in Humboldt County in California for over 20 years. He died at age 52 from natural causes near his home in Honeydew, California, on August 10, 2010; he's survived by his wife, Sara Straton, and daughters Nicea and Teal Straton-Shea.
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Who is it? Actor
Birth Day February 19, 2005
Birth Place  Los Angeles County, California, United States
Age 15 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Pisces

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1876

He later traveled to Europe and studied in Düsseldorf and Munich. Shearer exhibited his works at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and at an art exhibition celebrating the United States Centennial in 1876. In 1878, on a return trip to Germany, he was awarded a Gold Medal by the Düsseldorf School of Art. He also exhibited many of his works in a studio he opened in Reading in 1883.

1926

Shearer was a Teacher as well as an Artist. He held many art classes in his Reading studio to encourage the development of art in Berks County and elsewhere in Pennsylvania. Shearer was instrumental in the founding of the Reading Public Museum. As a friend of Dr. Levi Mengel (the founder of the museum), Shearer was appointed the museum's chief art curator until his death. He also enjoyed collecting butterflies, moths and bugs and kept detailed records and drawings of these insects. Shearer died in Reading in 1926.