Ted Post Net Worth

Ted Post was born on March 31, 1918 in  Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States, is Director, Writer, Actor. Ted Post first began thinking about a career in show business in 1938, when he was working as a weekend usher at the Loew's Pitkin Theater in Brooklyn, New York, and getting so caught up in the movies that he would sometimes forget to escort the patrons to their seats. He received some acting training at the workshop of Tamara Daykarhanova, but later set aside the dream of becoming a performer and segued into directing summer theater. In the mid- to late 1940s, Post made a name for himself in the theater and then moved into the adventurous arena of early television.He has since directed numerous segments of TV's top series (Gunsmoke (1955), Perry Mason (1957), Mien Ao Anh (1959), "Columbo," many more) and feature films ranging from Clint Eastwood's Hang 'Em High (1968) and Magnum Force (1973) to Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970). Returning to his theater roots, Post recently directed the 2001-02 Festival of the Arts at Bel-Air's University of Judaism.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Director, Writer, Actor
Birth Day March 31, 1918
Birth Place  Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
Died On August 20, 2013(2013-08-20) (aged 95)\nSanta Monica, California
Birth Sign Aries
Occupation Film director Television director
Spouse(s) Thelma Post (m. 1940)
Children 2, including Robert C. Post

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Born in Brooklyn, New York, Post started his career in 1938 working as an usher at Loew's Pitkin Theater. He abandoned plans to become an actor after training with Tamara Daykarhanova, and turned to directing summer theatre. Post taught Acting and Drama at New York's High School of Performing Arts in 1950. He persuaded his friend, Sidney Lumet, to do likewise.


Success in the theater led to work in television from the early 1950s. Post directed episodes of many series including Gunsmoke, Perry Mason, Wagon Train, Rawhide, The Twilight Zone, Columbo and 178 episodes of Peyton Place. He also directed TV films (including the original Cagney and Lacey film-of-the-week).


Post directed the 2001–02 Festival of the Arts at the Bel-Air University of Judaism (now the American Jewish University).


Post died at the UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica, California on August 20, 2013.