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Buck Taylor net value: Buck Taylor can be an American professional and painter who all includes a net value of $5 mil. Buck Taylor was created in Hollywood, LA, California in-may 1938. He provides a lot more than 110 performing credits to his name and starred as Recently on the tv screen series Gunsmoke from 1967 to 1975. Taylor provides painted the family portrait of Gunsmoke co-star Adam Arness and is well known for his functions depicting the American Western world. Taylor creates posters for most rodeos in Tx. He has made an appearance in many movies including Johnny Shiloh, Dark Before Dawn, Big Poor John, Payback, Gettysburg, Tombstone, Crazy Wild Western, Comanche, Jericho, Grand Champ, Gods and Generals, The Alamo, The Wendell Baker Tale, Truce, Wonder at Sage Creek, The Mist, Cowboys & Aliens, and even more. Taylor received Golden Boot Honours for Gunsmoke in 1972 and Truce in 2007. He also received a Golden Shoe Honor in 1993. He was wedded to celebrity Judy Nugent from 1961 to 1983 and remarried in 1995.

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Interesting Facts

#Fact
1Revealed that he had a wonderful relationship with James Arness on Gunsmoke (1955).
2His acting mentor and best friend James Arness, died on June 3, 2011, at age 88. Taylor attended his funeral and read the eulogy.
3Had attended the funeral of his longtime friend James Arness. Taylor even read a eulogy.
4Has a portrait of his mentor and best friend James Arness.
5He worked with his late son Adam C. Taylor in Tombstone (1993).
6Is a well-known western artist.
7As of 2003 was living in Fort Worth, TX.
8Inducted into The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum Hall of Fame in 2011.
9His acting mentor was the late James Arness.
10Both his father Dub Taylor and his son Adam C. Taylor died in 1994.
11Ex-brother-in-law of Nick Adams and Carol Nugent.
12Uncle of Allyson Adams and Jeb Stuart Adams.
13Ex-son-in-law of Carl Nugent.
14Grandfather of Zane Taylor and Carlyle Taylor.
15His grizzled, roly-poly character actor/father Dub Taylor was best known as Michael J. Pollard's turncoat father who leads Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway to their memorably stylized deaths in Bonnie and Clyde (1967). On TV he appeared in many western settings and will be remembered for his role on I Love Lucy (1951) as "Rattlesnake Jones," the gruff cowboy entertainer who tries to help Lucy prepare for Ricky's rodeo show by nasaling out a version of "Home on the Range."
16He studied art on a scholarship while in college and later was seen sketching during film and TV breaks. An accomplished western artist who enjoys exploring America's "Old West" and delving into typical everyday cowboy scenes of hitching horses or setting up camp, he specializes in watercolor.
17Has earned several Western awards over the years. Received "The Wrangler" award in 1972 and was inducted into the National Cowboy Western Heritage Musuem as a trustee. He later received the National Festival of the West award "Cowboy Spirit Award" in 1998, which actor Dennis Weaver also received several years later, and received a plaque on the "Walk of Western Stars" in Santa Clarita, CA, that includes past recipients Weaver and Amanda Blake.
18Western character actor who is best remembered for his eight seasons (1967-1975) as gunsmith Newly O'Brien on the classic series Gunsmoke (1955).
19He thought so highly of Gunsmoke (1955) star James Arness, who played Marshal Matt Dillon, that he named his second son Matthew. He also named his third son Cooper Glenn after Glenn Strange.
20He and current wife Goldie live on a ranch north of Fort Worth, Texas. They met in 1995 at a world quarter-horse show, where his paintings were being exhibited, and married after a three-month courtship.
21Father-in-law of actress/producer Anne Lockhart.
22Son of Dub Taylor.
23Father of Adam C. Taylor, Matthew Taylor, and Cooper Taylor


Quotes

#Quote
1[on his on- and off-screen chemistry with James Arness] You know, just a terrific gentleman, a very humorous guy, very humble, kind of a reclusive person, you know. He came to work, did his job and left. While he was there, he was just wonderful to talk to and to be around. I didn't say too much to him, for eight8 years. I didn't want to infringe on his privacy and I really respected that and I respected the way he conducted himself and his personal life. I got to know him real good, later, and a great friendship.
2[When asked about reports James Arness had a great memory] That's true, he had a photographic memory and he wouldn't read a script, to come in on the first day of filming for Matt Dillon; and the director would say, "Tell 'em the story, you know, bad guys come into town, you're out of town, Festus goes dutchy, you come in, and beat the bad guy up and that's it". Basically, that's what happened every week; and then, you go and have a drink in the Long Branch. Well, he said, "In this scene, these are pages, it'll be about five pages, you have a scene at noon". Well, he had all the dialogue--I mean, there were several lines and he looked at them, put some other actors in the scene. You'd take them up, round them up, throw waste in the basket, over there and they looked at them.
3[Of James Arness] He was great. With his boots on he was about six-foot-eight. He was huge. John Wayne loved Jim and introduced him for an award once. Jim walked on stage, and the Duke said: "You're bigger than I am!" Jim said, "Taller, maybe". You never felt intimidated by his height. He was a very gracious and humble man . . . In my travels around the country with my artwork, people always ask about Gunsmoke (1955). They still revere "Gunsmoke" over a half-century later. It's amazing. I was at the right spot at the right time. That show had great writing, but a simple premise: Some special friends that would do anything for each other . . . I would like to play in an action movie like Iron Man (2008). Maybe something with Mickey Rourke. I could play his dad [laughs]. He acts like I paint--extemporaneous and bold. Don't be afraid of color and breaking rules; make it different and interesting. If it turns out good, it's a happy accident. I have happy accidents.
4[on how he felt about James Arness, who played Matt Dillon] James Arness is still my hero. He's a humble and shy guy. I named my son Matthew after his character. He's a patriotic American, wounded in World War II. When I painted a portrait of him, he asked me to make him look like he did on Gunsmoke (1955).
5[About his introduction to James Arness] It was hard to work with him, because he was a funny guy. He had a great sense of humor. I'd run into the marshal's office in the rehearsal, out of breath, and say, "Marshal, there's a fight in the Long Branch!" He'd look at me and go: "Oh, all right now. OK. We've got ourselves a serious actor. Let's just wait till the take before we do all that stuff, Buck". And then when I would try to be serious, he'd start laughing. Once they got to laughing, they'd laugh for weeks. Milburn Stone [who played crusty but lovable Doc Adams], they were all the same way. You've got to have a sense of humor and have some fun. We had some great times.
6I thought, "God, was their mother a buffalo?"
7[asked about himself being recognized as Newly O'Brien] I don't know how they recognize me now. Even little kids, although their parents usually have to tell them who I am.
8[describing his mentors] Milburn Stone [Doc] and Ken Curtis [Festus] of Gunsmoke (1955) told me early on, "When you go in public, you're going to meet people that let you into the privacy of their homes, into their bedrooms. They'll think of you as part of their family, so they'll feel like they know you. Some will want to hug you. When they do that, don't disappoint them". That's my advice to any actor--respect those that got you there. Enjoy those that you've made happy. My dad was like that also. That's old school, I guess.
9I was at the Fort Worth stockyards in 1948 or '47, I was on tour with my dad, and Wild Bill was in the stockyards with some horses. I got to see Wild Bill there, never knowing that in years to come I'd be creating a poster of the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo.
10[on how he was brought into the cast after a guest appearance in the 13th season of Gunsmoke (1955)] They liked me [from that guest appearance] so much they decided to test me as Newly O'Brien, who was a gunsmith and U.S. Deputy Marshal. Six months later, I was on the show.


Pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2007Bronze WranglerWestern Heritage AwardsTheatrical Motion PictureTruce (2005)· Thadd Turner (executive producer)
· Matthew Marconi (director/writer/producer)
· James R. Dodds (executive producer/producer)
· Samantha Droke (actress)
1993Golden BootGolden Boot Awards
1972Bronze WranglerWestern Heritage AwardsFictional Television DramaGunsmoke (1955)· Leonard Katzman (producer)
· John Mantley (producer)
· Jack Miller (writer)
· Bernard McEveety (director)
· James Arness (actor)
· Milburn Stone (actor)
· Amanda Blake (actor)
· Jeanette Nolan (actor)
· Dack Rambo (actor)
· Glenn Strange (actor)


Filmography

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dallas: J.R. Returns1996TV MovieSteve Grisham
Walker, Texas Ranger1995-1996TV SeriesSheriff / Logan Reno
Tombstone1993Turkey Creek Jack Johnson
Gettysburg1993Col. William Gamble
The Young Riders1991TV SeriesMr. Metcalf
Knots Landing1991TV SeriesFred Morgan
Conagher1991TV MovieTile Coker, Ladder Five Rider
Dallas1990-1991TV SeriesDetective Bussey
Payback1991Nick
Guns of Paradise1989-1991TV SeriesSlatter / Frank
Big Bad John1990Bob Simmons
Desperado: The Outlaw Wars1989TV MovieWes Porter
Dark Before Dawn1988Charlie
High Mountain Rangers1988TV Series
Proud Men1987TV MovieHomer
Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge1987TV MovieNewly
Starman1987TV SeriesStan / Driver
Timestalkers1987TV MovieShaving Cowboy
Simon & Simon1984-1987TV SeriesJackson Fischer / Buddy
The Alamo: Thirteen Days to Glory1987TV MovieBuck Smith
Louis L'Amour's Down the Long Hills1986TV MovieGrey
T.J. Hooker1984-1986TV SeriesOff. Phillips / Sam Rand
Dream West1986TV Mini-SeriesEgloffstein
The All American Cowboy1985TV Movie
Wild Horses1985TV MovieCowboy
General Hospital1985TV SeriesRalph Russell
Wildside1985TV SeriesCaptain Angus Flint
Lottery!1984TV Series
No Man's Land1984TV MovieFeeny
Matt Houston1983TV Series
Triumphs of a Man Called Horse1983Sgt. Bridges
The Fall Guy1982TV SeriesClyde
Dangerous Company1982TV MoviePetrie
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1963-1981TV SeriesJosh / Laird
The Legend of the Lone Ranger1981Robert Edward Gattlin (Cavendish gang)
East of Eden1981TV Mini-Series
Cattle Annie and Little Britches1981Dynamite Dick
Wild Times1980TV Mini-SeriesJoe McBride
The Sacketts1979TV Mini-SeriesReed Carney
The Busters1978TV MovieBilly Burnett
Kate Bliss and the Ticker Tape Kid1978TV MovieJoe
Standing Tall1978TV MovieGeorge Fewster
Beartooth1978
Barnaby Jones1977TV SeriesFoster
Doc Hooker's Bunch1976Mike Lassiter
Pony Express Rider1976Bovey Kingman
Gunsmoke1967-1975TV SeriesNewly / Leonard Parker
Death Valley Days1968-1969TV SeriesWill / Billy Stiles
The St. Valentine's Day Massacre1967Poolside Interviewer 2 (uncredited)
Devil's Angels1967Gage
The Monroes1966-1967TV SeriesJohn Bradford
Combat!1965-1966TV SeriesJeetleman / Tobin
Daniel Boone1966TV SeriesJonathan Warren
The F.B.I.1966TV SeriesEd Rule
The Wild Angels1966Dear John
And Now Miguel1966Gabriel
Branded1966TV SeriesCorporal
The Virginian1964-1966TV SeriesLem Bliss / Scott Briscoe / Deputy Plumb
The Big Valley1965TV SeriesTurk
The Legend of Jesse James1965TV SeriesJohn Bedford
My Three Sons1964-1965TV SeriesHoward Sears
Mr. Novak1964-1965TV SeriesDon / Scott Lawson / Nick Bradley
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour1962-1965TV SeriesDancer Smith / Officer Frazier
Wagon Train1965TV SeriesSkeeter Ames
12 O'Clock High1964TV SeriesCpl. Dennis Moody
Karen1964TV SeriesJim Fraser
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet1964TV SeriesPete / Carlisle
Bonanza1964TV SeriesBilly
Ben Casey1964TV SeriesEddie Boyd
Ensign Pulver1964Mannion (uncredited)
My Favorite Martian1964TV SeriesBruce Baker
The Greatest Show on Earth1963-1964TV SeriesTony / Joe
The Outer Limits1964TV SeriesGard Hayden
The Fugitive1963TV SeriesJamie
Stoney Burke1962-1963TV SeriesMule / Joey Kilgore / Young Racer
The Eleventh Hour1963TV SeriesWillie
Going My Way1963TV SeriesMickey Vecchione
Johnny Shiloh1963TV MovieJosh
Have Gun - Will Travel1962TV SeriesEddie
The Rebel1961TV SeriesGunman
Zane Grey Theater1961TV SeriesTrooper Shattuck
Palominas2017pre-productionJudge Guilt Roads
Color Me You2016post-productionRichard Donnegan
Billy and the BanditTV Movie post-productionJesse
Rectify2016TV SeriesZeke
Home on the Range2016TV MovieTrube Reese
Bender2016Sheriff J.E. Stone
Indiscretion2016Abe
Hell or High Water2016/IIOld Man
Canyon Trail2015VideoMarshal Trevor Cooper
Rodeo & Juliet2015Judge Lawrence
Cowboys & Aliens2011Wes Claiborne
Crashing the Fest2011TV Series
The Legend of Hell's Gate: An American Conspiracy2011Pete Snyder
Cactus Creek2010VideoMarshal Trevor Cooper
Comanche Moon2008TV Mini-SeriesBen Lily
The Mist2007Ambrose Cornell
Flicka2006Wagner
Miracle at Sage Creek2005Buckskin Charlie
Hell to Pay2005Dr. Adam Galen
Truce2005Harry Dodds
The Wendell Baker Story2005Bob Draper
The Trail to Hope Rose2004TV MovieParson Brown
Frontier Texas!2004Trail Guide / Narrator
The Alamo2004Settler
Screen Door Jesus2003Old Man Nickles
Gods and Generals2003Gen. Maxcy Gregg
Grand Champion2002Big Texas Show Judge
Jericho2000Pap Doolin
Comanche2000Capt. Myles Keogh
The Soul Collector1999TV MovieCharlie
Wild Wild West1999Cross-Eyed Reb
Hard Time1998TV MovieCapt. Adam Gunther
Rough Riders1997TV SeriesGeorge Neville

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Pony Express Rider1976horse wrangler

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
When Darkness Came: The Making of 'The Mist'2008Video documentary short special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Relive the Legend2014ShortHimself
The 39th Annual NATAS PSW Emmy Awards2013TV SpecialHimself - co-presenter
The Road to Valhalla2013DocumentaryUnion Veteran
How We Covered It2013DocumentaryHimself
When Darkness Came: The Making of 'The Mist'2008Video documentary shortHimself
Bloody Dawn: The Lawrence Massacre2007DocumentaryNarrator
The Making of 'Miracle at Sage Creek'2005VideoHimself
This Is Your Life1972TV SeriesHimself

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