Sonny Landham Net Worth

Sonny Landham was born on February 11, 1941 in  Canton, Georgia, United States, is Actor, Stunts, Director. An actor with a powerful physique, booming voice and who has played several "Native American" characters, Sonny Landham first broke into mainstream film with a bit part as a police officer in Walter Hill's gang film The Warriors (1979), then other minor roles in Southern Comfort (1981) & Poltergeist (1982), before Walter Hill cast him in his first decent role as James Remar's gun happy, criminal partner in the high voltage hit 48 Hrs. (1982). Landham continued to turn up in high testosterone films of the mid 1980s including the action sci-fi film Predator (1987), alongside Sylvester Stallone in Lock Up (1989), and being hurled out a window by Carl Weathers in Action Jackson (1988). His career on screen wound down during the 1990s, but he still managed to crop up in several roles taking advantage of his strong physical presence.
Sonny Landham is a member of Actor

Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Stunts, Director
Birth Day February 11, 1941
Birth Place  Canton, Georgia, United States
Died On August 17, 2017(2017-08-17) (aged 76)\nLexington, Kentucky, US
Birth Sign Pisces
Occupation Actor, filmmaker
Years active 1969–2009

💰 Net worth: $250,000

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Landham was born February 11, 1941, in Canton, Georgia, and raised in Rome, Georgia. He was a descendant of the Cherokee and Seminole tribes. He also stated he had Jewish heritage. He had at least one sibling, a sister, Dawn.


After being convicted on federal charges of making threatening and obscene phone calls to his wife, Landham spent three years in prison. However the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the conviction in May 2001.


In 2003, Landham ran in the Republican Party primary election for the post of Governor of Kentucky, hoping to repeat the success of his Predator castmates Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. He based his candidacy on opposition to an amendment which endorsed the Kentucky Family Court, saying his bad experiences at the hands of the family court had convinced him it was for the benefit of lawyers rather than families or children. He was unsuccessful in gaining the party's nomination. He ran briefly as an independent candidate, but withdrew on June 18, 2003, and endorsed the Republican slate.


In January 2004, Landham announced his candidacy for the 27th State Senate District of Kentucky. In 2005, Landham spoke at a Council of Conservative Citizens (CofCC) convention. Landham has also appeared on the CofCC-affiliated radio show, The Political Cesspool.


On September 19, 2006, Landham was injured in a four-car accident in Ashland, Kentucky.


On June 25, 2008, Landham announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat held by Mitch McConnell on the Libertarian line. The same day Landham was accused of calling for genocide against Arabs (whom Landham referred to as "camel dung shovelers," "camel jockeys," and "rag-heads") for his comments on the political radio show The Weekly Filibuster. Three days later, on June 28, the Kentucky Libertarians voted unanimously to withdraw Landham's nomination, citing his comments were not in keeping with the party's platform and values.


Landham died on August 17, 2017, aged 76, from congestive heart failure.