Gil Gerard Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Gil Gerard Net Worth $1 Million
Gil Gerard net worth: Gil Gerard is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $1 million. Gil Gerard was born in Little Rock, Arkansas in January 1943. He’s famous for playing the character of William “Buck” Rogers on the television series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. He was an industrial chemist before moving to The Big Apple to study play while driving a taxicab. From 1986 to 1987 he starred as Jake Rizzo in the television series Sidekicks. In 1989 Gerard starred as Dr. Paul Petrillo in the TV series Nightingales. In 2014 he appeared in a episode of the web series Star Trek: Phase II.
January 23, 1943
Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
6' 1" (1.85 m)
Actor, Producer, Director
University of Central Arkansas
People's Choice Award for Favorite Actor in a New TV Series
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Airport '77, Nuclear Hurricane, The Lost Valentine, Bone Eater, The Stepdaughter, Fugitive Mind, Ghost Town, Mom, Can I Keep Her?, Stormin' Home, Fury to Freedom, Air Rage
E.A.R.T.H. Force, Nightingales, Sidekicks, The Doctors, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Code 3
Parents are Frank Sr. and Gladys Gerard; has two brothers: Frank Jr. and Joseph Gerard.
Attended the University of Central Arkansas but dropped out before graduation.
Has started his own company Prudhomme Productions in 2005.
Father, with Connie Sellecca, of son Gib Gerard.
Best known for his role as Captain Buck Rogers on Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979).
Had been battling obesity his entire life and in his later years had maxed out at over 350 pounds, resulting in him suffering from a number of life threatening complications including diabetes and congestive heart failure. However, he has recently undergone a form of weight loss surgery known as a mini-gastric bypass, and has since lost over 150 pounds and improved his health dramatically.
Good friends with fellow Arkansas native and former US President Bill Clinton. They have known each other for nearly 30 years.
[about his close friend and fellow actor, the late Lyle Alzado] Even under the worst circumstances, he exhibited the best of himself. There was not that sense of self-pity. He was a genuinely good guy. When he passed away, there was a space left; and Lyle was a big man, so it was a big space.