John Quade Net Worth

John Quade was a character actor born in Kansas City, Kansas in 1938. He attended Highland Park High School and Washburn University before moving to California in 1964 to work as an aerospace engineer. He made his television debut in 1968 and his first movie in 1972. He was known for his strong, stocky build, distinctive face, drawling accent, and often aggressive and intimidating screen presence. He was best known for his roles in the Clint Eastwood films "Every Which Way But Loose" and "Any Which Way You Can" and the TV mini-series "Roots". After retiring from acting in the 1990s, Quade became a Christian activist and outspoken opponent of the American government. He was married to his wife Gwen for 38 years and had six children. He passed away in 2009 at the age of 71.
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Who is it? Actor, Assistant Director, Producer
Birth Day April 01, 1938
Birth Place  Kansas City, Kansas, United States
John Quade age 82 YEARS OLD
Died On August 9, 2009(2009-08-09) (aged 71)\nRosamond, California, U.S.
Birth Sign Taurus
Occupation Film, television actor
Years active 1968–93
Spouse(s) Gwendolyn Rice (1970-2009) (his death)

💰 Net worth: $250,000

John Quade, a multi-talented individual in the entertainment industry, has garnered a net worth of $250,000 by 2023. As an actor, assistant director, and producer based in the United States, Quade has made significant contributions to the world of film. Known for his versatile skills and dedication to his craft, he has made a mark in various aspects of the industry. With his wealth of experience, it is no surprise that John Quade has achieved financial success in his career.

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Born in Kansas City, Kansas, Quade attended Perry Rural High School in Perry, Kansas before transferring to Highland Park High School in Topeka on September 7, 1954. While at Highland Park, he was a football tackle and also participated in basketball and track. He was a member of the Stamp, Radio, and Chess/Checkers clubs. He graduated from Highland Park in May 1956.


Quade attended Washburn University in the fall semester of 1956. He worked for the Santa Fe Railway repair shop in Topeka and as an aerospace Engineer before his movie debut in 1972. In the mid-1960s he formed a partnership with rock and roller Zane Ashton (aka Bill Aken) in the production company "Progressive Sounds Of America." Most of their productions were done at Richie Podolor's American Recording including those with The Roosters, Fenwyck, Big Joe Long, and United Artist's country songstress Kathy Dee. Ashton was the adopted son of classical Guitarist Francisco Mayorga and his Actress wife Lupe, who initially helped open music Business doors for the two partners. After a rapid rise from a one-room office in Maywood, California to a highrise suite of offices in Hollywood, they sold the company to the Pat Quinlan Agency in 1968, but the two remained friends for decades.


Quade starred in High Plains Drifter, The Outlaw Josey Wales, Every Which Way But Loose, and Any Which Way You Can with Clint Eastwood. He appeared in Papillon with Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman. He appeared in many television movies and mini-series including Roots and Dream West. Quade starred in two short-lived television series, Flatbush (1979) and Lucky Luke (1991).


He made many guest appearances on television shows ranging from Kojak, Bonanza, Gunsmoke, Starsky & Hutch, The Rockford Files, The Dukes Of Hazzard (in the episode "Hazzard Connection"), Knight Rider (in the pilot episode "Knight of the Phoenix"), Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (in the two-part episode "The Plot to Kill a City" as Quince, a telekinetic supervillain), Galactica 1980 (in the two-part episode “The Super Scouts” as the town sheriff), “The A-Team (in the episodes "There's Always A Catch" and "Skins") and On the Air, to TV miniseries such as Roots, Dream West and Return to Lonesome Dove.


On August 9 2009, Quade died at his home in Rosamond, California, at the age of 71, in addition to his wife of 38 years, he is survived by six children, John Saunders IV, Joseph Saunders, Steven Saunders, Heather Clark, Katherine Adame and Rebecca Saunders; his mother, Norma; two brothers, Merlin and Robert; two sisters, Joyce Copeland and Norma Jean Anderson; and 10 grandchildren.


Quade was an outspoken opponent of the U.S. government and believed it had become drastically different from the founding fathers' intent. He gave numerous lectures on what he believed was the New World Order of the current government. In short, he was opposed to Section 2 of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution, Social Security numbers, and driver's licenses. He was often referred to as an "actor, aerospace Engineer, and Christian activist". He was a supporter of the Allodial Title belief in Common law.