George Maharis Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
George Maharis Net Worth $2 Million
George Maharis net worth: George Maharis is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $2 million. George Maharis was born in Astoria, NY in September 1928. Maharis studied in the Actors Studio and started out in Off Broadway productions. He also served in the United States Marine Corps. Among his best known characters came starred as Buz Murdock in the television series Route 66 from 1960 to 1963. Maharis also had recurring characters in the TV series Naked City, The Bionic Woman, Switch, and Fantasy Island.
September 1, 1928
Astoria, New York, U.S.
Playgirl Man of the Month
The Satan Bug, A Covenant with Death, Land Raiders, The Sword and the Sorcerer, The Desperados, Quick, Before It Melts, The Happening, Sylvia, Murder on Flight 502, Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby, SST: Death Flight, Doppelganger
Search for Tomorrow, The Most Deadly Game, Route 66
Only four years younger than Katy Jurado, who played his mother in A Covenant with Death.
George Maharis plead guilty for a Hollywood lewd conduct arrest on 15 December 1967 with a male. Maharis blamed this incident for damaging his career.
"George Maharis Arrested in Men's Room", Gay Scene, December 1974: "Famous Hollywood actor George Maharis was arrested November 21 and charged with committing a sex act with a hairdresser in the men's room of a gas station in Los Angeles... He was booked on a sex perversion charge along with Perfecto Telles, 33, the hairdresser, and released on $500 bail, according to police.".
Homes in New York City and Beverly Hills -- still painting 
His career was damaged a few years after he left "Route 66". A lover of his died and one of the tabloids published a sensational story about their gay union. George claimed that the casting offices stopped calling after that.
Bared all for a 1970s Playgirl centerfold spread.
He left the popular series Route 66 (1960) almost near the end of its third season in an uproar over some contract dispute and was later replaced by Glenn Corbett as Martin Milner's new sidekick. The series wasn't quite the same thereafter, and since Corbett didn't have the chemistry Maharis had with Milner, it lasted a little over a season.
Nelson Riddle was terrific, he really was. And I always loved that theme. It was based on, I think, somebody told me, an old Jimmy Dorsey thing which was called "Oodles of Noodles," but I'm not sure about that. I love that theme, you know. Ba-da-da-da-da, da-da-da-da-da-daa. It's just a traveling song. -- GM, on the theme song from the series Route 66 (1960)
You learn to draw from your own life experiences and allow that to serve you as you play a character. It encourages you to be daring, fresh, not repetitive, and it draws you away from imitating. The end result is that your work is honest and believable because you're connected to what you're doing. -- GM, on the positive aspects of "Method" acting