Ken Kercheval Net Worth

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Ken Kercheval net worth:
$3 Million

Ken Kercheval Net Worth: Ken Kercheval is an American actor who has a net worth of $3 million. Born in 1935 in Wolcottville, Indiana, in 1935, Ken Kercheval studied at New York City's Neighborhood Playhouse. He debuted on Broadway in a 1962 production of "Something About a Soldier" and continued appearing on and off Broadway throughout the '60s. Kercheval started acting on screen in 1962's "Naked City" and appeared in "The Defenders", "The Nurses", "The Trials of O'Brien", "An Enemy of the People", "Pretty Poison", "The Secret Storm", "Search for Tomorrow", "The Seven-Ups", and "How to Survive a Marriage" in the late '60s and early '70s. He is best known for playing Cliff Barnes on "Dallas", landing the role in the late '70s. Kercheval stayed on the show until 1991 through every episode despite being originally cast as Ray Krebbs. He reprised the role several times after the series finale. Kerchevel's later roles include appearances in "Super Password", "I Still Dream of Jeanie", "California Casanova", "The Golden Palace", "Walker, Texas Ranger", "A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Grimacing Governor", "Diagnosis Murder", "This Promise I Made", and "Corrado". Kercheval has been married four times and divorced four times. He has seven children from all of his unions. Kercheval survived a battle with lung cancer.

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Ken Kercheval

Ken Kercheval

Actor
Date of Birth
Jul 15, 1935
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 9 in (1.753 m)
Nicknames
Керчевал, Кен
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