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Clayton Moore Net Worth

Clayton Moore Net Worth is
$1 Million

Clayton Moore Biography

Clayton Moore net value: Clayton Moore was an American actor who had a net value of $1 million dollars. Through the entire past due 1930s, he worked mainly as a stuntman. After graduating from senior high school, he released an effective modeling career, and relocated to Hollywood. Clayton Moore, also referred to as Jack Carlton Moore, was created in Chicago, Illinois, and began his professional functionality profession as an acrobat in the circus while he was still in elementary college. After serving in america Army during World Battle II, he came back to Hollywood and got his big break. He passed on in 1999 at age 85. After showing up on “The Lone Ranger” weekly for just two years, he still left the present over a pay out dispute. He subsequently came back, and remained with the display until its run finished in 1957. Then went on to target mainly on commercials and personal appearances. He was cast in the tv screen edition of “The Lone Ranger”, which have been an enormous favorite on the air since 1933.


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Quick Facts

Full NameClayton Moore
Net Worth$1 Million
Date Of BirthSeptember 14, 1914
DiedDecember 28, 1999, West Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States
Height1.85 m
ProfessionActor, Model
NationalityAmerican
SpouseClarita Moore (m. 1992–1999), Connie Moore (m. 1986–1989), Sally Allen (m. 1943–1986), Mary Moore (m. 1940–1942)
ChildrenDawn Angela Moore
NominationsTV Land Favorite Crimestopper Award
MoviesThe Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold, Ghost of Zorro, Buffalo Bill in Tomahawk Territory, Jungle Drums of Africa, Kansas Pacific, The Crimson Ghost, Jesse James Rides Again, G-Men Never Forget, Son of Geronimo, The Cowboy and the Indians, The Far Frontier, Adventures of Frank and Jesse James, Riders of the Whistling Pines, The Lone Ranger, Sons of New Mexico, Sheriff of Wichita, The Son of Monte Cristo, Masked Raiders, Marshal of Amarillo, Frontier Investigator, Bandits of El Dorado, Down Laredo Way, Outlaws of Pine Ridge, Tuxedo Junction, The Gay Amigo, Montana Territory, Desert Passage, When the West Was Fun: A Western Reunion, Retik, the Moon Menace, Along the Oregon Trail, Target Invisible, The Titled Tenderfoot
TV ShowsThe Lone Ranger


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Is the face of God in L.A. artist Kent Twitchell's mural of "The Holy Trinity" painted on the exterior of Otis Parson's Institute in downtown Los Angeles.
2 Appeared as The Lone Ranger welcoming guests to Frontierland on Disneyland's opening day July 17, 1955.
3 In 1988 when his pair of Colt 45s were stolen, he was given an unprecedented legal courtesy by the State District judge who allowed Moore to testify in his trademark white hat and dark glasses explaining, "I didn't want to be the one to reveal the identity of the Lone Ranger!".
4 Moore's Lone Ranger mask is on permanent display in the Museum of American Popular Culture at the Smithsonian Institution and is considered one of their 101 Greatest Objects, as noted in the book by Dr. Richard Kunin.
5 He was born on the 100th anniversary of the writing of the Star Spangled Banner.
6 Inducted into the Golden Valley [Minnesota] Hall of Fame in 2013.
7 He performed a trifecta with regard to appearing with the contemporary western heroes of the day. In 1948, one year prior to assuming the role of The Lone Ranger, he appeared in the Roy Rogers feature The Far Frontier (1948). During his hiatus from "The Lone Ranger" (1952-53), he appeared in four TV episodes - three times on The Gene Autry Show (1950) and as outlaw Trimmer Lane in Hopalong Cassidy: Lawless Legacy (1952).
8 In 1952 when John Hart assumed the role of "The Lone Ranger" for 52 episodes on ABC, CBS began showing reruns of the first 78 episodes (1949-1951) with Moore as "The Lone Ranger", on Saturday afternoons. When Moore returned to the series in 1954, he was seen as the "only Lone Ranger", twice weekly, on ABC and with reruns on CBS.
9 Appears as The Lone Ranger, with his horse Silver, on a 44¢ USA commemorative postage stamp in the Early TV Memories issue honoring The Lone Ranger (1949), issued 11 August 2009.
10 "Silvercup Bread" was the original sponsor of "The Lone Ranger" on radio. Hence, the use of silver bullets and his horse named "Silver".
11 In an earlier "masked" role, he was the title character in Ghost of Zorro (1949).
12 During his hiatus from The Lone Ranger (1949) in 1952-1953 he appeared in three serials: Radar Men from the Moon (1952), Son of Geronimo: Apache Avenger (1952) and Jungle Drums of Africa (1953).
13 Of the nearly 200 appearances Moore made with co-star Jay Silverheels, they appeared together in just four features where they did NOT play The Lone Ranger and Tonto: Kit Carson (1940), Perils of Nyoka (1942), The Cowboy and the Indians (1949), and The Black Dakotas (1954).
14 The Lone Ranger (1949) premiered on September 15, 1949, exactly one day after his 35th birthday.
15 Inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1990.
16 Adopted a baby girl, Dawn Angela, in December of 1958.
17 He is the only person to have a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame with both his name AND the character he was famous for playing. His star says, "Clayton Moore, The Lone Ranger".
18 Liked to quote and live by "The Lone Ranger Creed" written by Fran Striker around 1940, which began, "I believe that to have a friend, a man must be one" and included moral lessons such as, "God put the firewood there, but every man must gather and light it himself".
19 Having a history of heart trouble, he died at 9:20 am PST of a heart attack, at West Hills Regional Medical Center in West Hills, Los Angeles.
20 "The Lone Ranger" premiered on WXYZ-AM radio in Detroit, MI, in 1933. The show was created because WXYZ, a small station, could not afford network programs. After getting the role in the TV series The Lone Ranger (1949), Moore had to train his voice to sound more like the radio Lone Ranger, Brace Beemer. Moore's favorite character was "The Ol' Prospector", in which the Lone Ranger would dress up as a crotchety old miner and infiltrate places to gather information. He used the character on his home answering machine in Calabasas, CA, and would greet callers with it.
21 Received the Western Heritage Award from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in 1990.
22 Inducted into the Stuntman's Hall of Fame in 1982.
23 Best remembered as TV's "The Lone Ranger."


Net Worth & Salary

TitleSalary
The Lone Ranger (1949) $1,500 /week (1954-1957)
The Lone Ranger (1949) $500 /week (1949-1951 seasons)


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Deep voice
2 Blue shirt,white cowboy hat, black mask, and red scarf he wore as The Lone Raner
3 The white Horse Silver he rode as the titular character


Quotes

#Quote
1 [on working with Bela Lugosi in Black Dragons (1942)] [He] seemed like a nice man. He was very courteous, but he generally stayed to himself working on his lines.
2 [in 1982] Clayton Moore and The Lone Ranger are one and the same. I'm proud that I decided to wear the white hat for the rest of my life.
3 [on 2/4/85, about his Lone Ranger costume] I will continue wearing the white hat and black mask until I ride up into the big ranch in the sky.
4 Once I got the Lone Ranger role, I didn't want any other. I was playing the good guy.
5 Playing him [the Lone Ranger] made me a better person.


Pictures

All Clayton Moore pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1998 Founder's Award Golden Boot Awards
1987 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Television On 5 June 1987. At 6914 Hollywood Blvd.
1983 Golden Boot Golden Boot Awards

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2005 TV Land Award TV Land Awards Favorite Crimestopper The Lone Ranger (1949)


Filmography

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Adventures of Kit Carson 1952 TV Series Outlaw leader
Barbed Wire 1952 Rutledge Henchman (uncredited)
Montana Territory 1952 Deputy George Ives
Desert Passage 1952 Dave Warwick
Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok 1952 TV Series Larson
Night Stage to Galveston 1952 Clyde Chambers (uncredited)
Mutiny 1952 Lt. Peters, USN (uncredited)
The Hawk of Wild River 1952 The Hawk
Buffalo Bill in Tomahawk Territory 1952 Buffalo Bill Cody
Captive of Billy the Kid 1952 Paul Howard
Radar Men from the Moon 1952 Graber
Cyclone Fury 1951 Grat Hanlon
Sons of New Mexico 1949 Henchman Rufe Burns
Bandits of El Dorado 1949 B. F. Morgan
The Cowboy and the Indians 1949 Henchman Luke
Masked Raiders 1949 Matt Trevett
South of Death Valley 1949 Henchman Brad
The Gay Amigo 1949 Lieutenant
Frontier Investigator 1949 Scott Garnett
Bride of Vengeance 1949 Long Bowman (uncredited)
Ghost of Zorro 1949 Ken Mason
Riders of the Whistling Pines 1949 Henchman Pete
Sheriff of Wichita 1949 Raymond D'Arcy
The Far Frontier 1948 Tom Sharper
The Plunderers 1948 Wounded Night Rider (uncredited)
Adventures of Frank and Jesse James 1948 Jesse James, aka John Howard
Marshal of Amarillo 1948 Art Crandall
G-Men Never Forget 1948 Agent Ted O'Hara
Along the Oregon Trail 1947 Gregg Thurston
Jesse James Rides Again 1947 Jesse James
Heldorado 1946 Joe (uncredited)
The Crimson Ghost 1946 Louis Ashe
The Bachelor's Daughters 1946 Bill Cotter
Target - Invisible 1945 Documentary short Radar Operator (uncredited)
Outlaws of Pine Ridge 1942 Lane Hollister
Perils of Nyoka 1942 Dr. Larry Grayson
Hello, Annapolis 1942 Charles (uncredited)
Black Dragons 1942 Dick Martin
Tuxedo Junction 1941 Bill Bennett
International Lady 1941 Sewell
The Son of Monte Cristo 1940 Lt. Fritz Dorner
Kit Carson 1940 Paul Terry
Zorro's Fighting Legion 1939 Fernando (uncredited)
Radio Hams 1939 Short Ship Radio Operator (uncredited)
Tell No Tales 1939 Wilson (as Jack Carlton)
Broadway Serenade 1939 Cameraman (uncredited)
Sergeant Madden 1939 Intern (uncredited)
Four Girls in White 1939 Intern (uncredited)
Burn 'Em Up O'Connor 1939 Hospital Interne (as Jack Carlton)
Spring Madness 1938 Dartmouth College Student (uncredited)
Secrets of an Actress 1938 Theater Usher (uncredited)
The Texans 1938 Slim (uncredited)
Cowboy from Brooklyn 1938 Rodeo Timekeeper (uncredited)
When Were You Born 1938 Assistant District Attorney (as Jack Moore)
Crime School 1938 Reporter Covering 'Escape' (uncredited)
Go Chase Yourself 1938 Reporter (uncredited)
Thunder Trail 1937 Cowboy (uncredited)
Forlorn River 1937 Cowboy (uncredited)
The Greatest American Hero 1986 TV Series Arm Wrestler
Lassie 1959 TV Series The Lone Ranger
The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold 1958 The Lone Ranger
The Lone Ranger 1949-1957 TV Series The Lone Ranger Lone Ranger John Reid
The Lone Ranger 1956 The Lone Ranger
The Red Skelton Hour 1955 TV Series The Lone Ranger
Apache Ambush 1955 Jironza Cave Sentry / Townsman (uncredited)
The Lone Ranger Rides Again 1955 TV Movie The Lone Ranger
Passion 1954 Lieutenant (uncredited)
The Black Dakotas 1954 Stone (uncredited)
The Gene Autry Show 1953-1954 TV Series Tom Golden, Carnival Owner / Bud, Kidnap Henchman / Slim Edwards - Conquistador
Gunfighters of the Northwest 1954 Constable Bram Nevin
Annie Oakley 1954 TV Series Henchman
Down Laredo Way 1953 Chip Wells
Bandits of Corsica 1953 Ricardo
Kansas Pacific 1953 Henchman Stone
Jungle Drums of Africa 1953 Alan King (as Clay Moore)
The Range Rider 1952-1953 TV Series Placer Dan Meighan / Martin Wickett
Hopalong Cassidy 1952 TV Series Trimmer Lane
The Legend of the Lone Ranger 1952 The Lone Ranger
Son of Geronimo: Apache Avenger 1952 Jim Scott (as Clay Moore)
The Raiders 1952 Boone Logan (uncredited)

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Wages of Sin 2007 special thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
ABC's 40th Anniversary 1994 TV Special Himself
Cliffhangers! Adventures from the Thrill Factory 1993 Video documentary Himself
The 7th Annual Golden Boot Awards 1989 TV Special Himself
When the West Was Fun: A Western Reunion 1979 TV Movie documentary Himself
ABC's Silver Anniversary Celebration 1978 TV Special Himself
Wide Wide World 1958 TV Series documentary The Lone Ranger
The Ed Sullivan Show 1956 TV Series Himself
What's My Line? 1951 TV Series Himself - Mystery Guest

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Pioneers of Television 2014 TV Mini-Series documentary Lone Ranger - the Lone Ranger
Kemosabe Version 1.0 2007 Short Lone Ranger
The Canadians 2000 TV Series The Lone Ranger
The Stan Freberg Commercials 1999 Video The Lone Ranger (segment "Show Us Your Pizza Roll Pack")
Television: The First Fifty Years 1999 Video documentary Lone Ranger
Action Heroes of Movies & T.V.: A Campy Compilation 1989 Video documentary The Lone Ranger
Years of Lightning 1981 TV Series documentary The Lone Ranger
It's Showtime 1976 Documentary Himself - as The Lone Ranger (uncredited)
Code 645 1966 TV Movie Ted O'Hara
Cyclotrode 'X' 1966 TV Movie Louis Ashe
Nyoka and the Lost Secrets of Hippocrates 1966 TV Movie Dr. Larry Grayson
Retik, the Moon Menace 1966 TV Movie Graber
U-238 and the Witch Doctor 1966 TV Movie Alan King (as Clay Moore)
Ghost of Zorro 1959 Ken Mason
Missile Monsters 1958 Ashe (uncredited)
The Titled Tenderfoot 1955 Judd Larson
Flying Disc Man from Mars 1950 Lewis Ashe (Chs. 1-2, 10) (uncredited)
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