Gary Clarke Net Worth (2024): Height, Age, Real Name, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On March 7th, 2022

Gary Clarke is a well-established actor and writer. He worked on numerous projects from the late ‘50s to the late ‘60s. He has acted in both films and television. He co-starred with famous actors and still managed to get noticed by the public.

Gary Clarke's Net Worth

As of 2024, Gary Clarke's net worth is estimated to be $2.5 million.

Net Worth$2.5 million
Given NameClarke Frederick L'Amoreaux
Famous NameGary Clarke
Source(s) of FameActor
Date of BirthAugust 16, 1933
Place of BirthLos Angeles, California, United States
RelationshipsDivorced, Marilyn L Knudsen, (July 17, 1952 - NA)Divorced, Pat Woodell, (May 9, 1964 - May 1977)Married, Jerrene Beatty, (October 5, 1991 - present)

Early Life

Gary Clarke is born in Los Angeles, California, the United States of America on the 16th of August, 1933.

He had an interest in both acting and music in his childhood. His class fellows in the high school were also impressed by the way he used to joke around. However, he preferred acting over comedy and decided to pursue his career in it.

He got married and had to face some economic and personal issues. He has done several odd jobs as well like machinist and newspaper delivery man. It caused to delay his entry into the acting profession.

The details regarding the parents, siblings, and education of Gary Clarke are missing from the internet.

Career Highlights

Gary Clarke got a role in a community theatre play after his graduation. His acting career started with his debut in the film Dragstrip Riot in 1958. An agent Byron Griffith who saw him acting in a theatre play helped him in getting the audition for a lead role. He won the role and started working in numerous films like Missile to the Moon (1958), How to Make a Monster (1958), Date Bait (1960), Passion Street, U.S.A (1964), and a lot more.

He also played the role of Dick Hamilton in a TV series named Michael Shayne. He played another role of Tad Kimball in the episode of the series Laramie. He was also a part of a TV series The Virginian that lasted for two years from 1962 to 1964. The last series was Hondo in which he played the role of Captain Richards.

In 1963, he write the screenplay of the film Strike Me Deadly with his co-star, however, he never got the credit for it. After that, he started writing using his real name. He wrote a sitcom named Get Smart and a series named Appointment in Sahara.

He also wrote a public service announcement “Youth At Risk” which consisted of short films including Promoting Healthy Behavior. Later, he made a come-back as an actor in TV series, i.e. The Young Riders and Dynasty. He acted in two films in 2010 named Parkland and The Paperboy.

Since he was also interested in music, he released singles named “One Way Ticket” and “Tomorrow May Never Come”. He also sang a theme song while he was on The Virginian. His songs were financed by Decca Records and RCA Victor Records.

Personal Life 

Gary Clarke was a teenager when he got married to his first wife, Marilyn with whom he has three boys as well. The names of his sons are David, Jeff, and Dennis. The marriage couldn’t last long and he got married again to Pat Woodell in 1964. Unfortunately, his second marriage also didn’t work and he got married for the third time to Jerrene in 1991. The couple has two daughters named Natalie and Ava.

Social Media

Gary Clarke is not active on social media. He lives a simple and tries to keep his private life hidden from the media. However, his fans are curious to know more about his daily routine life.


Gary Clarke is a renowned celebrity who got both fame and money due to his hard work and diligence. He was always confident about his acting skills even when he was a kid. His fans still remember him because of the remarkable contribution he has made to the Hollywood industry. He had an estimated net worth of $2.5 million.

Gary Clarke has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Kate Asner, Victor Mohica, Dacia Arcaraz, Annapurna, Win Metawin, Michael Cole, Howard McNear, Yoo Gun, and Takami Yoshimoto.