Facts of Bing Russell Biography
|Full Name||Bing Russell|
|Place of birth||Vermont, U.S.A.|
|Fathers Name||Warren Russell|
|Mother Name||Ruth Stewart Vogel|
|Height||5 feet 11 inches (1.80m)|
|Ethnicity||Mixed (English, German, Scottish, Irish)|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Children||Four (Jill, Jamie, Jodi, and Kurt)|
|Wife||Louise Julia Crone|
Who is Bing Russell?
Bing Russell was an actor from the United States. He was also popularly identified as the owner of the Class A minor league baseball club. He was Kurt Russell's father, a famous actor, and Matt Franco's grandfather, baseball player. He was a hard-working person and had made a respectable place in the American film industry.
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Bing Russell's Early life, youth, and education
Russell was born on May 5, 1926, to Ruth Stewart and Warren Oliver Russell in Brattleboro, Vermont, U.S.A. His nationality was American and belongs to Mixed (English, German, Scottish, Irish) ethnicity. His parents raised him in a sporty and filmy environment.
He was highly interested in playing different sports, primarily baseball, and was also passionate about acting. There is no factual information relating to his educational background.
Bing Russell's Career, salary, and Net worth
As a boy, Russell was joined as a baseball player with New York Yankees where he plays with good players like Lefty Gomez and Joe DiMaggio and they made his good friends. Russell created his debut in the 1956 movie "Cavalry Patrol" where he played a small part as a youth and did not get much more attention.
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In the final stage of his career, he also made a guest appearance in several TV series including "Playhouse 90," "Highway Patrol," "Wagon Train," "The Life" and "Legend of Wyatt Earp." He appeared as a' deputy' in a film Bonanza in 1959 and was extremely popular among audiences and fans. He appeared in the movie "The Magnificent Seven" after the year (in 1960), which was also one of the best movies in his lifetime career.
He also owned Portland Mavericks, the only autonomous team in the Class A Northwest League. His team and he were recorded in the 2014 documentary "The Battered Bastards of Baseball." He is said to have earned an enormous quantity of cash; however, his net worth has not been released.
Bing Russell's controversy
Despite being a well-known actor and player, there were no rumors about Russell's private and professional lives. He also hadn't been part of the discussion in his lifetime career.
Bing Russell's Death
Russell passed off cancer on April 8, 2003, in California, U.S.A.
Bing Russell's Body measurement
Bing Russell body measurement does not reveal.Updated On Thu Oct 25 2018 Published On Thu Oct 25 2018 By