Victor French Biography, Wiki, Height, Age, Girlfriend & More

(Last Updated On: December 9, 2021)

Victor French (4 December 1933) is an actor and director. He was notable for Little House on the Prairie, Carter Country, and Highway to Heaven.

 

Victor French
Victor French

 

Victor French Biography

 

He was born in Santa Barbara, California, USA. His parent’s information is not available yet. He died on 15 June 1989. He started his career as an actor in 1995.

 

Victor French
Victor French

 

Victor French Wiki

 

Victor French Wiki & Biography  
Real Name Victor Edwin French
Nickname Victor
Profession Actor, Director
Known As Victor Edwin French
Age 55 years (1989)
Date of Birth 4 December 1934
Birthplace Santa Barbara, California, U.S.
Date of Death 15 June 1989
Nationality American
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Gender Male
 

 

Height, Weight & Body Measurements

 
Height in Centimeters 183 cm
Height in meters 1.83 m
Height in Inches 6 feet 0 inch
Weight in Kilograms 75 kg
Weight in Pounds 165 lbs
Body Measurements 42-33-39
Chest Size 42
Waist Size 33
Biceps Size 14
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Brown
Bodytype Average
 

 

Family and Relatives

 
Father Ted French
Mother Nellie Louise Cowles
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Affairs, Girlfriends, and Marital Status

 
Marital Status Divorced
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Ex-Wife/ Spouse Julie Cobb, Judith Schenz
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Education and School, College

 
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Favorite Things and Like & Dislike

 
Favorite Actor Henny Bradon
Favorite Actress Melissa Gilbert
Favorite Color Black
Favorite Food Mexican
Favorite Movie The Ghosts of Buxley Hall
Hobbies Reading
 

 

Money Factor

 
Net Worth 5 million
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Contact Address

 
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Biography of  Victor French

He appeared in numerous TV series including TV Readers Digest (1995), Two Faces West (1961), Hazel (1961), G. E. True (1962), The Donna Reed Show (1962), The Virginian (1962), Bonanza (1962), 77 Sunset Strip (1963), The Dakotas (1963), Hawaiian Eye (1963), Temple Huston (1963), Grindl (1963), Kraft Suspense Theatre (1963), No Time For Sergeant (1964), Rawhide (1964), Wagon Train (1965), Mister Ed (1965), The World Wide (1965), Hogan’s Heroes (1965), Ben Casey (1965), Dr. Kildare (1965), Slattery’s People (1965), My Favourite Martin (1965), Lassie (1965), Get Smart (1965), Batman (1966), Get Smart (1966), Branded (1966), The Hero (1966), Death Valley Days (1966), Gunsmoke (1966-1975), Tarzan (1967), F Troop (1967), Iron Horse (1967), Captain Nice (1967), The Beverly Hillbillies (1967l), Death Valley Days (1967), Cimarron Strip (1967), The Danny Thomas Hour (1967), Daniel Boone (1967), The F.B.I (1967), Gentle Ben (1968), Bonanza (1968), Mission Impossible (1968), Lancer (1969), Daniel Boone (1970), Mannix (1970), Longstreet (1971), Mission: Impossible (1971), O’Hara, U.S Treasury (1971), King Fu (1973), The Rookies (1973), The Street of San Francisco (1973), The F.B.I (1973), Mannix (1974), The Waltons (1974), Little House on the Prairie (1974-1983), Sara (1976), Petrocelli (1976), Carter Country (1977-1979), CHiPS (1979), Disneyland (1980), Highway to Heaven (1984-1989).

 

Victor French
Victor French

 

He landed in the film industry in 1960 and appeared in many films. These are the following The Magnificent Seven (1960), The Clown and the Kid (1961), The Quick and the Kid (1961), The Quick and the Dead (1963) Spencer’s Mountain (1963), Gavilan (1968), Charro! (1969), Death of a Gunfighter (1969), Cutter’s Trail (1970), Flap (1970), Rio Lobo (1970), Wild Rovers (1971), The Other (1972), Chato’s Land (1972), The Nickel Ride (1974), The House on Skull Mountain (1974), The Tribe (1974), Amateur Night at the Dixie Bar and Grill (1979), The Golden Moment: An Olympic Love Story (1980), Riding for the Pony Express (1980), The Ghost of Buxley Hall (1980), Choise (1981), An Officer and a Gentleman (1982), Little House: Look Back to Yesterday (1983), Little House: The Last Farewell (1984), Little House: Bless All the Dear Children (1984).

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