Al Adamson net worth: Al Adamson was an American film director who had a net worth of $5 million. Al Adamson was born in Hollywood, California in July 1929 and passed away in June 1995. Adamson directed B-grade horror films from 1961 to 1983. As a child he appeared uncredited in the movie Desert Mesa. Al assisted his father Victor Adamson with the 1963 film Halfway to Hell which he directed, produced, and appeared in. In 1966 Adamson and Sam Sherman founded Independent-International Pictures. Adamson also directed or produced the movies Psycho a Go-Go, Blood of Dracula's Castle, Five Bloody Graves, Smashing the Crime Syndicate, Horror of the Blood Monsters, Brain of Blood, Dracula vs. Frankenstein, Dynamite Brothers, Mean Mother, The Naughty Stewardesses, Black Heat, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Black Samurai, Cinderella 2000, Sunset Cove, Death Dimension, Nurse Sherri, Carnival Magic, and Lost. In 1995 Adamson was reported missing and five weeks later his remains were discovered. Al Adamson officially passed away on June 21, 1995 at the age of 65. His murder has been documented in the TV series Forensic Detectives, The New Detectives, and A Stranger In My Home.
Al Adamson Net Worth
Date of Birth
Jul 25, 1929 - Jun 21, 1995 (65 years old)
Film director, Film Producer, Actor, Screenwriter
United States of America
Lyle Felice, Albert Victor, George Sheaffer, D. Dixon Jr., Albert Victor Adamson Jr.
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