David Gale Net Worth

David Gale was born on December 13, 1921 in  Wimbledon, England, United Kingdom, is Actor. Tall, thin and distinguished character actor David Quentin Gale was born on October 2, 1936 in Wimbledon, England. Gale began his acting career on the New York stage in the late 50s. He first started acting in both movies and television in the early 70s. With his gaunt face, lean build, and intense and imposing screen presence, David was usually cast as extremely wicked and hateful villains. Gale achieved his greatest enduring cult cinema popularity with his marvelously robust and inspired portrayal of the icy, ruthless, and arrogant mad scientist Dr. Carl Hill in Stuart Gordon's terrific horror splatter gem "Re-Animator." He reprised this part in the enjoyable sequel "Bride of Re-Animator." David's other memorable roles include demented pop psychologist TV show host Dr. Anthony Blakely in "The Brain;" at his deliriously wired and wacky best as batty CEO Carter Brown in "Syngenor," and evil corporate head Fulton Balcus in "The Guyver." Gale had recurring parts on the TV shows "The Secret Storm," "The Edge of Night," "One Life to Live," and "Search for Tomorrow." Among the TV series he made guest appearances on episodes of are "Kojak," "Ryan's Hope," "Hart to Hart," "The Dukes of Hazzard," "Tales from the Darkside," "L.A. Law," "Dallas," and "Knots Landing." Moreover, David also had a lengthy and impressive stage career: He not only acted in Broadway stage productions of the classic plays "Of Mice and Men" and "Sweet Bird of Youth," but also acted in Off-Broadway stage productions of such plays as "Elizabeth the Queen," "Joe Egg," "The Trial," "Orpheus Descending," and "Anthony and Cleopatra." Gale was married and had a son. David died of complications from open heart surgery on August 18, 1991 in Los Angeles, California.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor
Birth Day December 13, 1921
Birth Place  Wimbledon, England, United Kingdom
Age 99 YEARS OLD
Died On March 7, 2008(2008-03-07) (aged 86)\nBerkeley, California
Birth Sign Scorpio
Residence United States
Alma mater Princeton University University of Michigan Swarthmore College
Known for Gale Transform linear programming convex analysis Chomp Bridg-It Gale–Shapley algorithm Ramsey problem
Awards John von Neumann Theory Prize (1980) Golden Goose Award (2013) Pirelli Internetional Award
Fields Mathematics, economics
Institutions University of California, Berkeley, 1966–2008 Brown University, 1950–65 Rand Corporation, 1957–58 Princeton University 1949–50
Doctoral advisor Albert W. Tucker
Doctoral students William A. Brock Hal Varian

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1947

Gale earned his B.A. from Swarthmore College, obtained an M.A. from the University of Michigan in 1947, and earned his Ph.D. in Mathematics at Princeton University in 1949. He taught at Brown University from 1950 to 1965 and then joined the faculty at the University of California, Berkeley.

1960

Gale played a fundamental role in the development of the theory of linear programming and linear inequalities. His classic 1960 book The Theory of Linear Economic Models continues to be a standard reference for this area.

1962

Gale's 1962 paper with Lloyd Shapley on the stable marriage Problem provides the first formal statement and proof of a Problem that has far-reaching implications in many matching markets and is currently being applied in New York and Boston public school systems in assigning students to schools. In 2012 The Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to Shapley for this work.

1991

Gale wrote a Mathematical Entertainments column for the Mathematical Intelligencer from 1991 through 1997. The book Tracking the Automatic Ant collects these columns.

2004

In 2004 Gale developed MathSite, a pedagogic website that uses interactive exhibits to illustrate important mathematical ideas. MathSite won the 2007 Pirelli Internetional Award for Science Communication in Mathematics.