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Buddy Ebsen

Buddy EbsenAKA Christian Rudolph Ebsen, Jr.

Born: 2-Apr-1908
Birthplace: Belleville, IL
Died: 6-Jul-2003
Location of death: Torrance, CA [1]
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered at sea)

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Jed Clampett

[1] Torrance Medical Center, Torrance, CA.

Father: Christian Rudolph Ebsen, Sr.
Sister: Vilma (dancer/dance teacher, b. 1-Feb-1911, d. 12-Mar-2007)
Wife: Ruth Cambridge (m. 1936, div.)
Wife: Nancy Wolcott (m. 1944, div. 1985)
Wife: Dorothy Knott (m. 1985)
Daughter: Bonnie Ebsen
Daughter: Kiki Ebsen

    University: Rollins College, Winter Park, FL
    University: University of Florida

    Order of DeMolay John M. Cheney Chapter, Orlando, FL 1926
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1765 Vine Street
    St. Louis Walk of Fame
    Endorsement of McDonald's 1988
    Visited Disneyland on Opening Day
    Visited Disneyland Candlelight Procession (Dec-1977)
    Funeral: Richard Nixon (1994)

    Barnaby Jones Barnaby Jones (1973-80)
    The Beverly Hillbillies Jed Clampett (1962-71)
    Northwest Passage Sgt. Hunk Marriner (1958-59)

    The Beverly Hillbillies (15-Oct-1993) · Barnaby Jones
    The Return of the Beverly Hillbillies (6-Oct-1981)
    The Bastard (22-May-1978)
    Smash-Up on Interstate 5 (3-Dec-1976)
    Horror at 37,000 Feet (13-Feb-1973)
    The Andersonville Trial (17-May-1970) · Dr. John Bates
    The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band (21-Mar-1968) · Calvin Bower
    Mail Order Bride (11-Mar-1964) · Will Lane
    The Interns (8-Aug-1962)
    Breakfast at Tiffany's (5-Oct-1961) · Doc Golightly
    Between Heaven and Hell (11-Oct-1956)
    Attack (19-Sep-1956) · Sgt. Tolliver
    Red Garters (26-Mar-1954)
    Night People (12-Mar-1954)
    Sing Your Worries Away (6-Mar-1942) · Tommy Jones
    Parachute Battalion (14-Aug-1941) · Jeff Hollis
    They Met in Argentina (25-Apr-1941) · Duke Ferrel
    The Kid from Texas (14-Apr-1939) · Snifty
    Four Girls in White (27-Jan-1939) · Express
    My Lucky Star (4-Dec-1938)
    Yellow Jack (19-May-1938) · Jellybeans
    The Girl of the Golden West (8-Mar-1938) · Alabama
    Broadway Melody of 1938 (20-Aug-1937) · Peter Trot
    Banjo on My Knee (11-Dec-1936) · Buddy
    Born to Dance (27-Nov-1936) · "Mush" Tracy
    Captain January (11-Sep-1936) · Paul Roberts
    Broadway Melody of 1936 (25-Aug-1935) · Ted

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Author of books:
The Other Side of Oz: An Autobiography (1994, memoir)

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