Pat Conway Net Worth (2022): Height, Age At Death, Cause Of Death, Full Name, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On February 27th, 2022

Pat Conway was a handsome and versatile actor. He has won the hearts of many people through his breathtaking performances in various television serials and movies. He was considered one of the best television actors in his industry.

Pat Conway's Net Worth

As of 2022, Pat Conway's net worth is estimated to be $3 million.

Net Worth$3 million
Given NamePatrick Douglas Conway
Famous NamePat Conway
Source(s) of FameActor
Date of BirthJanuary 9, 1931
Place of BirthLos Angeles, California, United States
Age At Death50
Date of DeathApril 24, 1981
Cause of DeathUnknown Reasons
Height6'3"
RelationshipsDivorced, Marie Dionyse (Dee) Humphrey, Married, Nancy Sprigg Roe,

Early Life

Patrick Douglas Conway, also known as Pat Conway, was born on January 9, 1931, in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Conway’s father was a famous actor, director, and a great producer of the Hollywood industry named Jack Conway. His mother Virginia C. Bushman Conway, was the daughter of the famous actor of silent movies, named Francis X. Bushman.

He has two siblings, a brother named Michael Everly Conway, and a sister named Rosemary Conway Foster Miller. Pat Conway has an American nationality.

He learned horsemanship and cattle herding at the family’s 125 acres Pacific Palisades Range, All Hallows Farm. He spent the early ages of his life there.

He got his graduation degree from the Menlo Junior College in San Francisco. He took acting classes after this, at the Pasadena Playhouse.

Moreover, he went to the London Shakespearean theatre at The Old Vic. to study acting in a more comprehensive way. Conway has also served in the US Marine Corps.

Career Highlights

After his services at the US Marine Corps, he signed an acting contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in Hollywood. He made his debut performance with the character of Sid Cutler in the movie Westward The Women in 1951. He got his second role as Tim Dooley in the movie An Annapolis Story, by the year 1955.

His most famous character for which he is remembered the most is the role of Tombstone Sheriff Clay Hollister in the series Tombstone Territory. The timeline of this series started from October 16, 1957, ending in July 1960. He has played different roles in many series including Rawhide, Gunsmoke, and Bonanza.

He got the attention of the public in the movies Geronimo (1962), and Brighty of the Grand Canyon (1967). His final work in television movies includes The Abduction of Saint Anne, The Bullet (1972), The Endgame (1973), and several others. One of his last appearances on screen was The Streets of San Francisco in 1975.

He has worked with many famous actors including Richard Eastham, Bill Catching, Craig Stevens, William Hooper, Alix Talton, Florenz Ames, Phil Harvey, Todd Hunter, Paul Birch, E.G. Marshall, Richard Joy, and numerous more.

Personal Life

He was previously married to Marie Dionyse (Dee) Humphrey. This couple ultimately broke off their marriage due to some unknown circumstances and got divorced in 1955. He again married Nancy Sprigg Roe in 1963. He has two children.

Social Media


Pat Conway was not active on any social media platform. He didn’t have an official social media account. As he belonged to an older era, it might be possible that he hadn’t created an account just because of the lack of awareness regarding social media at his time.

Death

Unfortunately, Pat Conway died at the age of 50, on April 24, 1981, due to some unknown reasons. Conway’s place of death was Santa Barbara County, California.

Summary

Pat Conway was a phenomenal actor who gained huge popularity and love from his fans due to his hard work and diligence. He was known as one of the best actors of his time. He will always be remembered for his brilliant acting talent. His net worth was computed to be around 3million dollars.

Pat Conway has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as John Moulder-Brown, August Ames, Mark Lee, Ha Joo-Hee, Carmen Soriano, Ryan Newman, Park Young-rin, Paul Winfield, and Seo Jeong-Yeon.