Tom Bosley Net Worth

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Net Worth:$5 Million
Date of Birth:October 1, 1927
Date of Death:October 19, 2010 (83 years old)
Height:1.67 m, 5 ft 5 in
Profession:Actor, Radio personality
Nationality:United States of America
Tom Bosley Net Worth:
$5 Million

Tom Bosley net worth and salary: Tom Bosley was an American actor who had a net worth of $5 million at the time of his death in 2010. Tom Bosley was born in Chicago, Illinois in October 1927 and passed away in October 2010. He had over 150 acting credits to his name. From 1969 to 1970 Bosley starred as Bob landers in the television series The Debbie Reynolds Show. In 1972 he starred as Bert Quinn in the TV series The Sandy Duncan Show. Bosley starred as Harry Boyle in the series Wait Till Your Father Gets Home from 1972 to 1974. One of his best known roles came starring as Howard Cunningham on the television series Happy days from 1974 to 1984. From 1984 to 1988 Bosley starred as Sheriff Amos Tupper in the TV series Murder, She Wrote. From 1989 to 1991 he starred as the title character in the series Father Dowling Investigates. Bosley also won a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical for starring in the Broadway musical Fiorello!. Tom Bosley passed away on October 19, 2010 at 83 years old from complications of a staph infection.

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Inspirational Quotes by Tom Bosley

I want to help people with depression understand that there is hope, so that they can get the help they need to live rich, fulfilling lives.

Tom Bosley

I changed my mind because of a scene between Howard Cunningham and Richie. The father-son situation was written so movingly, I fell in love with the project.

Tom Bosley

You have to understand that during the course of our show, we were a family for five hours a day, five days a week, maybe four days a week. And we experienced the same things that we experienced in our own family.

Tom Bosley

My wife says that my tombstone will read, 'Here lies Mr.C, who used to be Mr.B.' So I think that's probably what I'll be remembered for.

Tom Bosley

So we had life, death, illness, everything - every emotional involvement we had, we experienced. And I think that made what we had to do on stage, stronger. We got very much involved in what we were doing.

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