George Englund Net Worth

George Englund was an American producer, director, and editorial department member born on June 22, 1926 in Washington, District of Columbia. He was best known for his work on The Ugly American (1963), The Mercenaries (1968), and The World, the Flesh and the Devil (1959). Englund was married to Bonnie Graves and Cloris Leachman, and passed away on September 14, 2017 in Palm Springs, California.
George Englund is a member of Editorial Department

Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Editorial Department, Producer, Director
Birth Day June 22, 1926
Birth Place  Washington, District of Columbia, United States
George Englund age 94 YEARS OLD
Died On September 14, 2017(2017-09-14) (aged 91)\nPalm Springs, California
Birth Sign Cancer
Occupation Film director, screenwriter
Spouse(s) Cloris Leachman (m. 1953–1979, divorced; 5 children) Bonnie Graves (m. 1980–2017, his death; 1 child)
Relatives Jack Albertson (uncle) Mabel Albertson (mother) Anabel Englund (granddaughter)

💰 Net worth

George Englund is a renowned figure in the United States known for his exceptional contributions to the field of film and television. As an editorial department expert, producer, and director, Englund has left an indelible mark on the industry. While his net worth is currently estimated to be somewhere between $100K to $1M, it is expected to grow even further by 2024. With his extensive expertise and successful career spanning several decades, George Englund has undoubtedly become one of the key influencers shaping the world of entertainment.

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Englund, the son of Actress Mabel Albertson and nephew of actor Jack Albertson, was born as George Howe Ripley in Washington, D.C. His father was Harold Austin Ripley. After his parents' divorce, his mother remarried, to Ken Englund, whose surname young George adopted. Englund was married to Actress Cloris Leachman from 1953-79. They had five children: Adam, Bryan (died 1986), George, Jr., Morgan and Dinah. His mother was Jewish.


He was best friends with Marlon Brando, who starred in Englund's 1963 film The Ugly American, and wrote a memoir about their friendship.


Englund died at his home on September 14, 2017 at the age of 91 following a fall.