Gerald McRaney Net Worth

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Net Worth: $8 Million
Date of Birth: Aug 19, 1947 (73 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft (1.85 m)
Profession: Actor, Television producer, Television Director
Nationality: United States of America
Gerald McRaney Net Worth:
$8 Million

Gerald McRaney net worth: Gerald McRaney is an American actor who has a net worth of $8 million dollars. Gerald McRaney was born in Collins, Mississippi, and went on to attend the University of Mississippi. His professional career began in the oil fields in Louisiana. He began his professional acting career appearing in horror films in the late 60s and early 70s. From there, he went on to steady work, primarily on television. He played co-starring, guest-starring, and supporting roles on such shows as “The Waltons”, “Gunsmoke”, “Hawaii Five-O”, “The Six Million Dollar Man”, “The Rockford Files”, “Logan’s Run”, “The Dukes of Hazard”, “The Incredible Hulk”, “Magnum P.I.”, and “Designing Women”. He also appeared in such films and television movies, as “The Haunting Passion”, “The NeverEnding Story”, and “Armed and Innocent”. He is most widely recognized for his work on two different popular television series, “Simon and Simon” and “Major Dad”.

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Inspirational Quotes by Gerald McRaney

Again, like I said, we're not trying to censor anyone. If you think drugs are cool, fine. Make that movie. We are not going to stop you, or try to stop you, but we would encourage other people to be a bit more responsible about their portrayal of drug usage.

Gerald McRaney

The stated mission at the time was simply to use the influence of the entertainment industry to do an accurate portrayal of drug and alcohol abuse. We all admit that we're not trying to censor anybody.

Gerald McRaney

Dad built houses and when they were sold, he moved on to a new town, so I know a lot about my native state.

Gerald McRaney

In Hollywood you can't even smoke in a bar anymore and yet in the movies they're always showing people smoking. I don't get it.

Gerald McRaney

If you would be just as content winning a local Golden Gloves fight as you would making a pile of money as a professional, then fine, go become a boxer. But if the whole idea is for you to get rich, my God, stay in school and learn a profession.

Gerald McRaney