Kevin Hagen Net Worth

Kevin Hagen was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1928. His father left the family when he was five, and he was raised by his mother, two aunts, and a grandmother, with some help from his uncle, a physician. The family moved to Portland, Oregon when Kevin was a teenager, and he played baseball and football at Jefferson High School. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy after World War II and served in San Diego. At age 15, he weighed 250 pounds, but lost 60 pounds by the following summer. His son, Kristopher Hagen, is a Special Ed teacher and high school baseball coach in Bakersfield, California. He has been married four times and was a single parent for some 20 years.
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Who is it? Actor
Birth Day April 03, 1928
Birth Place  Chicago, Illinois, United States
Kevin Hagen age 92 YEARS OLD
Died On July 9, 2005(2005-07-09) (aged 77)\nGrants Pass, Oregon, U.S.
Birth Sign Taurus
Cause of death Esophageal cancer
Occupation Actor
Years active 1959–2004
Spouse(s) Adaline Sohns Heidt (1960–?) (divorced) Susanne Cramer (1967–1969, her death) Dorali Dossantos (1969–) (divorced) 1 child Jan Hagen (1993–2005, his death)
Children Kristopher Hagen (special education teacher and coach)

💰 Net worth: $12 Million

Kevin Hagen's net worth is estimated to reach an impressive $12 million by 2024. This talented actor has made a name for himself in the entertainment industry, especially in the United States. With his remarkable skills, charming personality, and dedication, Kevin Hagen has captivated audiences on both the small and big screens. From his memorable performances in various movies and TV shows, he has accumulated significant wealth over the years. With his continued success, it is no surprise that his net worth is projected to grow even further in the coming years.

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Hagen was born in Chicago, Illinois, to professional ballroom Dancers, Haakon Olaf Hagen and the former Marvel Lucile Wadsworth. When Haakon Hagen deserted his family, young Hagen was reared by his mother, grandmother, and aunts. As a 15-year-old, he relocated to Portland, Oregon, where one of his aunts had taken a teaching job. He attended Portland's Jefferson High School. His family returned to Chicago, and he attended Oregon State University in Corvallis and later the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, California, from which he received a degree in international relations. He spent a year in law school at the University of California, Los Angeles, and was subsequently employed by the U.S. State Department in West Germany, followed by a two-year stint in the United States Navy. For a time, he taught ballroom dancing, the specialty of his parents, for the Arthur Murray Company. Then, at the age of 27, he tried acting. He was spotted in a production of Eugene O'Neill's Desire Under the Elms and given a guest-starring role on the classic 1950s police series Dragnet, starring Jack Webb.


Hagen began to work steadily in television and film. His first regular role on a series was in 1958 in the CBS Western Yancy Derringer, starring Jock Mahoney in the title role. Hagen played John Colton, the city administrator of New Orleans, around 1868. At the beginning of each episode, Colton asks Derringer to halt some threat facing the city; at the end of each segment, he arrests Derringer for breaking the law to solve the crisis.


On April 29, 1962, Hagen was cast as the lead guest star in another Western series, in the episode "Cort" of Lawman with John Russell and Peter Brown. In the story line, Cort Evers, who is much younger than he appears, seeks revenge against his brother Mitch (Harry Carey, Jr.), whom he mistakenly blames for betraying six Union Army prisoners from their hometown during the American Civil War. Mitch is compelled to confront Cort in a shootout, during which he explains that Cort himself, under the influence of a fever, had betrayed the prisoners. Cort faints to the ground as he remembers the startling truth of the betrayal.


Hagen considered his big break to be the role of a Confederate renegade who kills James Stewart's son and daughter-in-law in the 1965 film Shenandoah. His most famous role was one of his most pleasant, as kindly Doc Baker on Michael Landon's Little House on the Prairie. He played the part of Doc Baker from 1974 to 1983, as well as in a one-man show, A Playful Dose of Prairie Wisdom.


Hagen was married to Actress Susanne Cramer until her death in 1969.


In 1992, he moved to Grants Pass in southwestern Oregon, and continued his acting career. In 2004, he was diagnosed with esophageal cancer.


Hagen died on July 9, 2005, at his home in Grants Pass. At the time of his death, Hagen left a widow, Jan, his fourth wife, whom he met in 1993, and a son, Kristopher.