Pilar Seurat Net Worth

Pilar Seurat was born on July 25, 1938 in  Manila, Philippines, Philippines, is Actress. Born Rita Hernandez in Manila, Philippines, Pilar Seurat moved to Los Angeles in her childhood and started out as a dancer in Ken Murray's "Blackouts" troupe. In the late 1950s she started her acting career in several guest TV appearances, and was often considered at the top of the list whenever a part for an Asian woman needed to be filled. Off screen she used the name Pilar Cerveris after marrying her second husband, Don Cerveris. She died June 2, 2001, in Los Angeles due to lung cancer, at the age of 62.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day July 25, 1938
Birth Place  Manila, Philippines, Philippines
Died On June 2, 2001(2001-06-02) (aged 62)\nLos Angeles, California, U.S.
Birth Sign Leo
Cause of death Lung cancer
Resting place Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Hollywood Hills, California
Occupation Film, television actress
Years active 1959-1972
Spouse(s) Don Devlin (1959-1963, divorced) Don Cerveris (1970-1981, divorced)

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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She married Producer Don Devlin in 1959; the couple divorced in 1963. The couple's son is the Producer Dean Devlin. In 1970, she married Writer Don Cerveris and shortly afterwards retired from acting and began using the name Pilar Cerveris. This marriage ended in 1981.


She was frequently cast on 1960s television shows that sought exotic beauties for Asian, Hispanic, or Native American roles including Adventures in Paradise, The Fugitive, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, Seaway, Hawaiian Eye, The Virginian, Maverick, Bonanza, Stoney Burke, Star Trek, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, The Wild Wild West, Hawaii Five-O, I Spy, The Lieutenant and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.


Born in Manila, Seurat began her Hollywood career as a Dancer in Ken Murray's "Blackouts", the popular postwar variety show at the El Capitan Theatre. Though she primarily played Asian characters, Seurat was adept at playing various nationalities; her breakthrough role was as Louisa Escalante, the blind murder victim's sister in John Frankenheimer's The Young Savages (1961).


Seurat died of lung cancer in 2001. The 2002 horror-comedy film Eight Legged Freaks (produced by her son Dean) was dedicated to her. Seurat's interment was in Forest Lawn - Hollywood Hills Cemetery.