Roger Ewing Net Worth

Roger Ewing was born on January 12, 1942 in  Los Angeles, California, United States, is Actor. Roger Ewing was born January 12, 1942 in Los Angeles, California. His acting career entailed several guest shots on TV shows, sitcoms and movies but he is best known for his role of a part-time deputy marshal and handy man, Clayton Thaddeus "Thad" Greenwood in thirty-six episodes (October 2, 1965 - September 25, 1967) of the popular TV western series, Gunsmoke, starring James Arness as Dodge City's Marshall Matt Dillon. After he left Gunsmoke, he played in two movies: as Donald Maxwell in the western "Smith" (1969) starring Glenn Ford and as Nelson in "Play It As It Lays" (1972) starring Tuesday Weld and Anthony Perkins. He then decided to call it quits for his acting career and pursued his other passion in the field of photography.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor
Birth Day January 12, 1942
Birth Place  Los Angeles, California, United States
Birth Sign Aquarius
Occupation Actor; Photographer
Years active 1964–1972 (as actor)
Height 6'4"

💰 Net worth: $950,000

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Ewing's first television appearance was in 1964 as Marvin Grogan on ABC's sitcom Bewitched in the episode "The Girl Reporter". He also appeared that season as Eddie Fox in the episode "The Christmas Show" of ABC's short-lived The Bing Crosby Show, starring Bing Crosby and Beverly Garland, and in a third sitcom as well in the role of Norman in the episode entitled "Look Who's a Sailor" on CBS's short-lived The Baileys of Balboa.


In 1965, Ewing, at twenty-three, appeared as Private Swensholm in the World War II film None but the Brave starring Frank Sinatra and Clint Walker. That same year, he appeared as Billy Wallace in the episode "The Calf Women" of CBS's western Rawhide starring Eric Fleming and Clint Eastwood.


After his Gunsmoke role ended, Ewing appeared in two films: as Donald Maxwell in the western production Smith! starring Glenn Ford (1969) and as Nelson in Play It As It Lays, a psychiatric drama starring Tuesday Weld and Anthony Perkins (1972). Also in 1969, Ewing was a Celebrity contestant on an episode of The Dating Game in which the eligible bachelorette was Future Actress Lindsay Wagner.