Orson Bean Height, Age, Boyfriend, Biography, Wiki, Net Worth

American veteran on-screen character Orson Bean has recently been murdered in a lethal mishap following 91 years old. He was born on 22nd July 1928 in Burlington, Vermont, USA and George Burroughs and his better half Marian Pollard. His dad, a cop by calling, later became head of Harvard grounds police and he was the cousin of then leader of the USA, Calvin Coolidge. He finished graduation from Cambridge Rindge and Latin School in 1947 and got selected as a military faculty for year and a half in the USA armed force. He took up stage name from one of the most masterfully persuasive executives of cinesa, Orson Welles.

Career in Brief:

So as to seek after vocation in acting, he moved to New York and began filling in as an entertainer in certain clubs. His Broadway debut was on April 30, 1954 at Stalag 17, which was recorded just a year sooner by Billy Wilder and has now been adjusted as a phase play. Be that as it may, his next piece Men of Distinction ended up being a failure. In the mid 1950s, Bean was boycotted for his liberal perspectives and needed to pass up a great opportunity enormous showy and film contributions. In 1968 Bean was become a supporter of Richard Nixon’s governmental issues and bolstered him in his political decision program.

Rather than his prosperity in front of an audience – named for a Tony Award in 1962, among others – Orson Bean’s movie profession should just be delegated with moderate achievement. In 1959 he was in life systems of a homicide by Otto Preminger in his most renowned film before the camera. In 2000 he was named for the Screen Actors Guild Award for his job in Being John Malkovich. Bean’s most renowned job was presumably that of Loren Bray in the western arrangement Dr. Quinn – an energetic specialist, who the on-screen character typified somewhere in the range of 1993 and 1998.

Orson Bean Death:

Only yesterday on seventh February 2020, he got struck by a vehicle while passing road by strolling in Venice Boulevard in Venice, California. Mishap was too lethal that he reported passing on the spot by a sheriff of LAPD. In spite of the fact that onlooker said that he was struck by different vehicles while attempting to cross.

Orson Bean Biography

Real Name Dallas Frederick Burrows
Birth Date July 22, 1928
Death February 7, 2020 (Aged 91)
Birth Place Burlington, Vermont, U.S.
Nationality American
Profession Actor, Comedian, Writer, Producer
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Cancer

Orson Bean Height, Weight and Body Measurement

Height in feet inches – 6’ 0” – in centimeters – 182 cm  
Weight in Kilograms – 75 kg  –  in Pounds –  165 lbs
Chest Size 38 inches
Waist Size 40 Inches
Shoe Size Not Known
Hair Color White
Eye Color Black
Body Type Avrage
Sexual Orientation Straight


School Cambridge Rindge and Latin School
Acting school HB Studio, New York


Father Not Known
Mother Not Known
Sister Not Known
Brother Not Known

Orson Bean Relationship Status

What was Orson Bean marital status? (single, married, in relation or divorce) Married
How many children did Orson Bean have? (name) Four (Susannah Bean, Michele Bean, Ezekiel Bean, Max Bean)
Who is Orson Bean wife? (name) Alley Mills, Jacqueline de Sibour(Ex), Carolyn Maxwell(Ex)

Orson Bean (Selected filmography)

  • Broadway Television Theatre (1952) as in Robert Bennett / Erwin Trowbridge
  • Westinghouse Studio One (1952)  as in Harvey B. Hines
  • Robert Montgomery Presents (1954)
  • Westinghouse Studio One (1954)  as in Joey
  • The Best of Broadway (1955)  as in Mortimer Brewster
  • The Elgin Hour (1955)  as in Arthur
  • How to Be Very, Very Popular (1955)  as in Toby Marshall
  • Omnibus (1956) 
  • Westinghouse Studio One (1956)  as in Charlie Digger
  • Kraft Television Theatre (1957) 
  • Playhouse 90 (1957)  as in Jack Chesney
  • The Phil Silvers Show (1958)
  • The Millionaire (1958) as in Newman Johnson
  • Anatomy of a Murder (1959)  as in Dr. Matthew Smith
  • Miracle on 34th Street (1959) as in Dr. William Sawyer
  • The Twilight Zone (1960)  as in James B.W. Bevis
  • The DuPont Show with June Allyson (1961) as in John Monroe
  • Naked City (1962)  as in Arnold Platt
  • The United States Steel Hour (1954–1963)  as in Dennis Kavanaugh / Eddie West / Lester
  • Vacation Playhouse (1964)
  • The Star-Wagon (1966)  as in Stephen Minch
  • A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court (1970)  as in Hank / Sir Boss (voice)
  • Twinky (1970) as in Hal
  • Love, American Style (1970)
  • NET Playhouse (1970)  as in Multiple Roles
  • Ellery Queen (1975)  as in Warren Wright
  • Forever Fernwood (1977)  as in Reverend Brim
  • The Hobbit (1977) as in Bilbo Baggins
  • Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (1978)  as in Reverend Brim
  • The Love Boat (1978)  as in Artie D’ Angelo
  • The Return of the King (1980) as in Frodo Baggins/Bilbo Baggins
  • Forty Deuce (1982) as in Mr. Roper
  • One Life to Live (1982)  as in Harrison Logan
  • Garfield in the Rough (1984)  as in Billy Rabbit
  • The Fall Guy (1984) as in Jason Klemer
  • Super Password (1985) as in Himself
  • The Facts of Life (1986–1987)  as in Oliver Thompson
  • Murder, She Wrote (1986–1989)  as in Ebeneezer McEnery
  • Innerspace (1987)  as in Lydia’s Editor
  • Instant Karma (1990)  as in Dr. Berlin
  • Tiny Toon Adventures (1990)  as in Gepetto
  • Chance of a Lifetime (1991) as in Fred
  • Final Judgement (1992)  as in Monsignor Corelli
  • Just My Imagination (1992)  as in Jeremy Stitcher
  • Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1993–1998)  as in Loren Bray
  • California (1997)  as in Loren Bray
  • Diagnosis: Murder (1998)  as in Lewis Sweeney
  • Thanks (1999) as in Burnaby Fitzhugh
  • Being John Malkovich (1999) as in Dr. Lester
  • Unbowed (1999)  as in Purdy
  • Manhattan, AZ (2000)  as in Lew Goldberg
  • Ally McBeal (2000) as in Marty
  • The King of Queens (2000) as in Carl Tepper
  • Family Law (2000)  as in Archbishop Phillips
  • Will & Grace (2000)  as in Professor Joseph Dudley
  • Normal, Ohio (2000)  as in William ‘Bill’ Gamble, Sr.
  • Burning Down the House (2001)  as in Sy
  • The Gristle (2001) as in Mr. Bowen
  • Becker (2002)  as in Mr. Bennet
  • Frank McKlusky, C.I. (2002) as in Mr Gafty
  • 7th Heaven (2003)  as in Patient / Mr. Hampton Impersonator
  • Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of ‘Charlie’s Angels’ (2004)  as in John Forsythe
  • Soccer Dog: European Cup (2004)  as in Mayor Milton Gallagher
  • Cacophony (2004)  as in Ferruccio
  • Cold Case (2004) as in Harland Sealey
  • Two and a Half Men (2005) as in Norman
  • Alien Autopsy (2006) as in Homeless Man
  • Commander in Chief (2006) as in Bill Harrison
  • Mattie Fresno and the Holoflux Universe (2007) as in Raff Buddemeyer
  • The Closer (2007) as in Donald Baxter
  • The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman (2007) as in Chick
  • Women’s Murder Club (2007) as in Harold Grant
  • How I Met Your Mother (2007) as in Bob
  • Oranges (2009) as in Dennis
  • Safe Harbor (2009) as in Judge
  • Desperate Housewives (2009–2012)  as in Roy Bender
  • Hot in Cleveland (2011)  as in Dan
  • Love for Christmas aka A Golden Christmas (2012) as in Mr. Cole
  • Mistresses (2014)
  • Modern Family (2016) as in Marty
  • The Guest Book (2016) as in Edgar
  • The Bold and the Beautiful (2016) as in Howard
  • Another Period (2016) as in Laverne Fusselforth V
  • Teachers (2017)  as in Jerry
  • The Equalizer 2 (2018)  as in Sam Rubinstein
  • Superstore (2018) as in Dr. Fogler
  • Grace and Frankie (2020)  as in Bruno

Orson Bean Net Worth:

He went through very nearly 60 years in acting vocation and considered as a veteran entertainer. Orson left behind his inheritance which would be loved for such a long time and his total assets is assessed to be around $4 million.

Trivia: Important Facts about Orson Bean:

He was brought up in Burlington, Vermont and was living in Venice, Los Angeles.

Orson was an extraordinary admirer of satire team Laurel and Hardy.

Aside from acting, he was a writer and composed a few books too.

He was the originator of a free primary school in New York dependent on the Summerhill model.

Bean was likewise an establishing individual from Sons of the Desert, an affiliation that intends to safeguard films and the recollections of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.

Clearly he showed up in the sitcoms like Two and a Half Men, How I Met Your Mother and King of Queens.

From season 6, Bean was a piece of the cast of Desperate Housewives, played Roy Bender, Karen McCluskey’s companion.

As a result of liberal perspectives about then time legislative issues, he had been remembered for the Hollywood Blacklist in 1950s.