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Jim Davis Net Worth

Jim Davis Net Worth is
$800 Million

Jim Davis Biography

Jim Davis Net Value: Jim Davis can be an American cartoonist who includes a net worthy of of $800 million dollars. Jim Davis is definitely a cartoonist most more popular for his internationally effective comic strip, “Garfield”. Jim Davis in addition has worked on five additional strips, and has created several “Garfield” television specials. He’s presently working on the brand new CGI series, “The Garfield Display” and continues to create his strip. The cartoonist was created in 1945 in Marion, Indiana. Released since June 19, 1978, the strip chronicles the daily affairs of the cat his owner, Jon Arbuckle, Garfield and Jon’s puppy, Odie. The strip not merely was the world’s most broadly syndicated comic strip, but it addittionally found its put on the display becoming audience’s preferred. Jim Davis has gained a huge component of his net worthy of because of his profession as a cartoonist and therefore today he is probably the most popular ones along with among the richest ones. Furthermore to focusing on this display, Jim Davis also offers participated in the creation of movies about Garfield.G.-direct-to-video feature films on the subject of Garfield, and among the executive producers and the creator of the brand new CGI-animated TV series The Garfield Show. The show continues to be going on in fact it is regarded as as one of many current resources of increasing the full total size of Jim Davis net well worth.S. Potato Mind. Acres (aka Orson’s Farm) and a strip about Mr. His professional responsibilities aside, Jim Davis may be the founder of the Professor Garfield Basis, which helps children’s literacy. It’s been estimated that the quantity of the existing Jim Davis net well worth gets to 800 million dollars. Also, Davis offers penned (or offered as a co-writer) all the Emmy Award-earning or nominated Garfield Television specials, along with he joined the group of makers behind the Garfield & Close friends Television show which aired on CBS from 1988 to 1995. Jim Davis is mainly known due to his work “Garfield”. Moreover, he has also developed “U.S. Acres”. Both these functions have produced his name popular and in addition added up too much to the entire sum of Jim Davis net well worth. Jim Davis to numerous people is known due to his comic strip known as “Garfield”, which he were only available in 1978. The comic strip became the world’s most broadly syndicated comic strip. Additional functions which also produced his name well-known include “Mr. Potato Mind”, “Tumbleweeds” and “Gnorm Gnat”. Most of these functions also added up to the entire estimate of Jim Davis net well worth. Jim Davis offers one brother. Furthermore, he also worked well as a maker of the CBS display called “Garfield and Close friends” which aired in the time of 1988-1994. He grew up in a little farm in Fairmount, Indiana. He continues to focus on the strip today, as he’s the article writer and executive maker of a trilogy of C. One of is own most recent productions linked to this work is named “The Garfield Show”. Apart from his cult feline creation, Davis’s other comics function contains Tumbleweeds, Gnorm Gnat, U. Born James Robert Davis on July 28, 1945, in Marion, Indiana, he’s most widely known as the creator of the very popular comic strip Garfield. The display also added up too much to the quantity of Jim Davis net well worth. The family members were owners of 25 cats. Jim Davis offered as a article writer or a co-writer out of all the Emmy Award-earning or nominated “Garfield” Television productions. He offers three children – one from his earlier relationship and two from his current relationship to Jill. Jim Davis offers been married 2 times. Before he became such a favorite cartoonist, Jim Davis was their studies at Ball State where he attended business, University and art classes. Jim Davis presently is surviving in Albany, Indiana. In 1981, right now there he founded his personal production company known as Paws, Inc., under which he produces the majority of his Garfield functions, which made him therefore popular today in depends upon.


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Quick Facts

Net Worth$800 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 28, 1945
DiedApril 26, 1981, Northridge, Los Angeles, California, United States
Height1.87 m
ProfessionScreenwriter, Television producer, Cartoonist, Film producer
EducationBall State University
NationalityAmerican
SpouseJill Davis
ChildrenJames Davis, James Alexander Davis, Christopher Davis, Ashley Davis
ParentsAnna Catherine Davis, James William Davis
SiblingsDavid "Doc" Davis
AwardsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program
MoviesWinter Meeting, The Big Sky, Rio Lobo, Raiders of Old California, Big Jake, The Quiet Gun, The Parallax View, El Dorado, The Day Time Ended, The Badge of Marshal Brennan, Noose for a Gunman, Apache Warrior, Alias Jesse James, Monster from Green Hell, Frontier Uprising, Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter, Dracula vs. Frankenstein, California Passage, Comes a Horseman, A Lust to Kill, Ride the Man Down, The Gambler Wore a Gun, The Last Stagecoach West, The Toughest Gun in Tombstone, Silver Canyon, Bad Company, Monte Walsh, Satan's Triangle, Five Bloody Graves, Hellfire, The Maverick Queen, Brimstone, Jubilee Trail, Oh! Susanna, The Savage Horde, Duel at Apache Wells, Zebra in the Kitchen, Little Big Horn, The Vanishing American, Fort Utah, The Choirboys, Timberjack, Frontier Gambler, The Sea Hornet, One Little Indian, The Bottom of the Bottle, Red Stallion in the Rockies, Flaming Frontier, The Wild Dakotas, Woman of the North Country, The Legend of Frank Woods
TV ShowsDallas, The Cowboys, Rescue 8, Stories of the Century


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 He was a heavy smoker for years.
2 Didn't have to walk too far, in between scenes, while doing Dallas (1978), prior to suffering his own health problems, but was determined to keep working, until he was unable to. He had to leave the show, when the cast (and himself) knew that he was dying in 1981 (though he almost appeared in every episode of the 1980-81 season).
3 For many years, Davis suffered a series of migraine headaches, which led to his terminal brain cancer that eventually claimed his life.
4 He was the son of Lucian Davis (1878-1954) and Ethyl Offutt Davis (1890-1984). They are buried in Camden Point Cemetery, Camden Point, Platte County, Missouri.
5 His maternal grandparents were Otho Dock Offutt (1831-1912) and Elizabeth Rogers Hughes Offutt (1864-1937).
6 His parents owned and operated the Davis Funeral Home in Dearborn, Missouri from 1914 to 1948.
7 Survived by his mother, Ethyl O. Davis, who died on January 10, 1984 in Overland Park, Kansas.
8 Best remembered by the public for his role as Jock Ewing on the 1980s soap opera Dallas (1978).
9 In April 1981 the writers of Dallas (1978) decided not to write his death into the storyline right away. They initially thought about replacing him with another actor, but out of respect decided that only Davis should play Jock Ewing. Jock was kept alive on the show (he was down in South America drilling for oil) until early 1982 when it was learned that he died in a plane crash.
10 He was very close to Dallas (1978) co-star Victoria Principal, who bore a strong resemblance to his late daughter, and he had Principal's picture along with his daughter's in his pocket when he was buried.
11 Only child Tara Diane (15 January 1953 - 9 February 1970) died in a car crash at age 17.


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 The role of Jock Ewing on Dallas (1978).
2 Deep, gravelly voice.


Pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Television On 8 February 1960. At 6290 Hollywood Blvd.

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1981 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Dallas (1978)


Filmography

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Sixth Sense 1972 TV Series Anson Beige
The Bold Ones: The New Doctors 1972 TV Series Peter Merlino
Night Gallery 1972 TV Series Abe Bennett (segment "The Waiting Room")
The Trackers 1971 TV Movie Sheriff Naylor
Dracula vs. Frankenstein 1971 Police Sgt. Martin
Big Jake 1971 Head of Lynching Party
Vanished 1971 TV Movie Capt. Cooledge
The Virginian 1968-1971 TV Series Roper / McKinley
Rio Lobo 1970 Riley
Monte Walsh 1970 Cal Brennan
The High Chaparral 1970 TV Series Robbins
Five Bloody Graves 1969 Clay Bates
Daniel Boone 1966-1969 TV Series Rafe Carson / Scud Tumbrill / Sam Ralston / ...
The Ice House 1969 Jake
Death Valley Days 1953-1969 TV Series William Lewis Manley / Col. William Butler / The Sheriff / ...
Bonanza 1961-1968 TV Series Sam Butler / Johnny / Sam Wolfe
They Ran for Their Lives 1968 Vince Ballard
The Road Hustlers 1968 Noah Reedy
The Guns of Will Sonnett 1968 TV Series Sheriff Hawks
Border Lust 1967
Cimarron Strip 1967 TV Series Clo Vardeman
Hondo 1967 TV Series Krantz
Fort Utah 1967 Scarecrow
El Dorado 1967 Jim Purvis (Bart Jason's foreman)
The Time Tunnel 1966 TV Series Col. Jim Bowie
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter 1966 Marshal MacPhee
Branded 1965-1966 TV Series James Swaney / Wheeler / Malachi Murdock
Rawhide 1962-1965 TV Series Sheriff / Sheriff Sam Jason
Laredo 1965 TV Series Sheriff Wes Cottrell
Zebra in the Kitchen 1965 Adam Carlyle
The Lucy Show 1965 TV Series Cardenas
Perry Mason 1962-1964 TV Series Joe Farrell / George Tabor
The Littlest Hobo 1964 TV Series Danny Kilgarren
Wagon Train 1960-1964 TV Series Rudd Basham / Clyde Hubble / Dan Ryan / ...
Iron Angel 1964 Sgt. Walsh
Laramie 1960-1963 TV Series Jim Genoway / Joe / Ben McKittrick / ...
Alcoa Premiere 1963 TV Series Tim
The Donna Reed Show 1963 TV Series Red
Buttons and Her Beaus 1962 TV Movie
Have Gun - Will Travel 1962 TV Series Al Long
Stoney Burke 1962 TV Series Shep Winters
Lassie 1962 TV Series Ed Bates
Tales of Wells Fargo 1957-1962 TV Series Jonus Sawyer / Sam Horne / Al Porter
Thriller 1962 TV Series The Marshal
Whispering Smith 1961 TV Series Sam Chandler
The Aquanauts 1961 TV Series Sam Hogarth
Gunslinger 1961 TV Series Jeb Crane
Outlaws 1961 TV Series Wilkie Steed
The Gambler Wore a Gun 1961 Case Silverthorne (as James Davis)
Coronado 9 1961 TV Series Barton Kincaid
The Deputy 1961 TV Series Trace Phelan
Frontier Uprising 1961 Jim Stockton (as James Davis)
Manhunt 1961 TV Series Otto / Catlin
General Electric Theater 1954-1960 TV Series Cole Treuitt / Fitz
The Magnificent Seven 1960 Gunman at Boot Hill (uncredited)
The Tall Man 1960 TV Series Bob Orringer
Markham 1960 TV Series Neal Holland
Rescue 8 1958-1960 TV Series Wes Cameron
Noose for a Gunman 1960 Case Britton
Yancy Derringer 1959 TV Series Bullet Pike
Alias Jesse James 1959 Frank James
U.S. Marshal 1959 TV Series Harvey Granger
A Lust to Kill 1958 Marshal Matt Gordon
Flaming Frontier 1958 Col. Hugh Carver
Wolf Dog 1958 Jim Hughes
M Squad 1958 TV Series Harry Evans / Mickey Seville
The Toughest Gun in Tombstone 1958 Johnny Ringo
26 Men 1958 TV Series Father Diego
The Silent Service 1957-1958 TV Series Lieut. Ruhe / Comm. Ruhe
Raiders of Old California 1957 Captain Angus Clyde McKane
The Last Stagecoach West 1957 Bill Cameron
Apache Warrior 1957 Ben Ziegler
Monster from Green Hell 1957 Dr. Quent Brady
The Restless Breed 1957 Newton
Playhouse 90 1957 TV Series Sheriff
The Badge of Marshal Brennan 1957 'Brennan'
The O. Henry Playhouse 1957 TV Series
The Millionaire 1957 TV Series Jim Driskill
Duel at Apache Wells 1957 Dean Cannary
The Quiet Gun 1957 Ralph Carpenter
Frontier Gambler 1956 Tony Burton
The Maverick Queen 1956 The Stranger
Blonde Bait 1956 Nick Randall
Women Without Men 1956 Nick Randall (USA version) (uncredited)
The Wild Dakotas 1956 Aaron Baring
The Bottom of the Bottle 1956 George Cady
The Vanishing American 1955 Glendon
Last of the Desperados 1955 Chief Deputy John Poe
Cavalcade of America 1955 TV Series J.L. Armstrong
Cavalier Theatre 1955 TV Series J.L. Armstrong
The Last Command 1955 Ben Evans
Stories of the Century 1954-1955 TV Series Matt Clark
Timberjack 1955 Poole
Hell's Outpost 1954 Sam Horne
Fireside Theatre 1951-1954 TV Series Wesley Dean / Luther / Col. Streeter / ...
The Outlaw's Daughter 1954 Marshal Dan Porter
Schlitz Playhouse 1954 TV Series
The Outcast 1954 Major Linton Cosgrave
The Big Chase 1954 Brad Bellows
Jubilee Trail 1954 Silky
Your Jeweler's Showcase 1953 TV Series
Cowboy G-Men 1952-1953 TV Series Dance, Shafer Henchman / Wilson / Sheriff Jack Wardlow / ...
The President's Lady 1953 Jason Robards (uncredited)
Woman They Almost Lynched 1953 Cole Younger
Bandit Island 1953 Short Brad Bellows
Ride the Man Down 1952 Red Courteen
Woman of the North Country 1952 Steve Powell
The Big Sky 1952 Streak
The Unexpected 1952 TV Series Detective
Gang Busters 1952 TV Series Capt. Bob Stewart
Rose of Cimarron 1952 Willie Whitewater
Dangerous Assignment 1952 TV Series Guard / Holcomb / Lt. Makam / ...
The Sea Hornet 1951 Tony Sullivan
Silver Canyon 1951 Wade McQuarrie
Little Big Horn 1951 Cpl. Doan Moylan
Cavalry Scout 1951 Lieutenant Spauldiing
Oh! Susanna 1951 Ira Jordan
Three Desperate Men 1951 Fred Denton
California Passage 1950 Lincoln 'Linc' Corey
The Showdown 1950 Cochran
The Cariboo Trail 1950 Miller
Hi-Jacked 1950 Joe Harper
The Savage Horde 1950 Lt. Mike Baker
Brimstone 1949 Nick Courteen
Yes Sir, That's My Baby 1949 Joe Tascarelli
Hellfire 1949 Gyp Stoner
Red Stallion in the Rockies 1949 Dave Ryder (as James Davis)
Winter Meeting 1948 Slick Novak (as James Davis)
The Fabulous Texan 1947 Sam Bass
Merton of the Movies 1947 Von Strutt's Assistant (uncredited)
The Romance of Rosy Ridge 1947 Badge Dessark
The Beginning or the End 1947 Pilot at Tinian
Gallant Bess 1946 Harry
Up Goes Maisie 1946 Matthews (uncredited)
What Next, Corporal Hargrove? 1945 Sgt. Hill (as James Davis)
Swing Shift Maisie 1943 Investigator (uncredited)
Salute to the Marines 1943 Pvt. Saunders (uncredited)
Pilot #5 1943 Military Policeman (uncredited)
Three Hearts for Julia 1943 Daily Globe Staff Member (uncredited)
Stand by for Action 1942 Talker (uncredited)
White Cargo 1942 Seaplane Pilot (uncredited)
Tennessee Johnson 1942 Reporter (uncredited)
Keep 'Em Sailing 1942 Short Joseph Cummins (as James Davis)
Northwest Rangers 1942 Mountie with Warrant (uncredited)
Cairo 1942 Sergeant (uncredited)
Don't Look Back: The Story of Leroy 'Satchel' Paige 1981 TV Movie Mr. Wilkenson
Dallas 1978-1981 TV Series Jock Ewing
The Day Time Ended 1979 Grant
Comes a Horseman 1978 Julie Blocker
Killing Stone 1978 TV Movie Sen. Barry Tyler
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color 1972-1978 TV Series Pop Appling / Col. Porter
Trail of Danger 1978 TV Movie Pop Apling
Project U.F.O. 1978 TV Series Earl Clay
The Choirboys 1977 Drobeck
Just a Little Inconvenience 1977 TV Movie Dave Erickson
Enigma 1977 TV Movie Colonel Valentine
The Legend of Frank Woods 1977 Deputy
Hunter 1977 TV Series Raymond Spencer
The Oregon Trail 1977 TV Series J.D. Price
The Quest 1976 TV Series Marshal Pullman
Law of the Land 1976 TV Movie Sheriff Pat Lambrose
The Blue Knight 1976 TV Series Daniels
The Runaway Barge 1975 TV Movie Capt. Buckshot Bates
Caribe 1975 TV Series David Mayfield
Satan's Triangle 1975 TV Movie Hal Bancroft
Inferno in Paradise 1974 Rocky Stratton
The Parallax View 1974 George Hammond
The Cowboys 1974 TV Series Marshal Bill Winter
The Streets of San Francisco 1973-1974 TV Series Roy Johnson / Reid Bradshaw
Gunsmoke 1966-1974 TV Series Clell Williams / Luke Rumbaugh / Dave Carpenter / ...
Banacek 1973 TV Series Ed McKay
Kung Fu 1973 TV Series Sheriff Grogan / Joe Walker
Deliver Us from Evil 1973 TV Movie Dixie
One Little Indian 1973 Trail Boss
Cannon 1973 TV Series Henry Rawdon
Jigsaw 1972 TV Series
Bad Company 1972 Marshal
The F.B.I. 1971-1972 TV Series Ellis Bengston
The Honkers 1972 Sheriff Potter

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dallas 1982 TV Series in memory of - 1 episode

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Mike Douglas Show 1979-1980 TV Series Himself / Himself - Actor
The Hollywood Squares 1979-1980 TV Series Himself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1979 TV Series Himself
Here's Hollywood 1961 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Catalunya.cat 2008 TV Movie documentary Jock Ewing (uncredited)
80s 2005 TV Series documentary Jock Ewing
Dallas Reunion: Return to Southfork 2004 TV Movie documentary Jock Ewing (uncredited)
SoapTalk 2003 TV Series Jock Ewing
After Dallas 2002 TV Movie Jock Ewing
Doing Dallas 2000 TV Special Jock Ewing
The Great Indian Wars 1840-1890 1991 Documentary Corporal (uncredited)
Dallas 1982 TV Series Jock Ewing
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color 1976 TV Series Trail Boss
Hondo and the Apaches 1967 TV Movie Krantz
Guns Don't Argue 1957 Police Captain Stewart / Narrator
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