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Robert Fuller Net Worth 2023, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Wiki

Robert Fuller Net Worth 2020
Celebrated Name/Nick Name: Robert Fuller
Real Name/Birth Name: Leonard Leroy Lee
Gender: Male
Age: 90 years old
Birth Date/Birthday: 29 July 1933
Birth Place: Troy, New York, U.S.
Nationality: American
Ethnicity: White
Height/How Tall: 1.8 m
Weight: 80 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Wife/Spouse (Name): Patricia Lee Lyon
Children: Yes (3 childrens)
Is Robert Fuller Gay? (Name of Partner): No
Does he have tattoos?: No
Smoking: No
Drinking: Yes
Profession: American horse rancher and retired actor
Net Worth in 2023: $6 Million
Last Updated: September 2023

Robert Fuller is a retired actor and a horse rancher of the American origin. He is famously known from back in the 60s and 70s when he starred in films like Emergency, Laramie, and the Wagon Train.

Perhaps you know a thing or two about Robert Fuller, however, how well do you know about him? For instance, how old is he? How about his height and weight, moreover his net worth? In another case, Robert Fuller might be a stranger, fortunately for you we have compiled all you need to know about Robert Fuller’s biography-wiki, his personal life, today’s net worth as of 2023, his age, height, weight, career, professional life, and more facts. Well, if your all set, here is what I know.

Early Life and Biography

Robert Fuller
Robert Fuller

Robert Fuller’s real names are Leonard Leroy and are nicknamed ‘Buddy’ Lee. He was born on 29th July 1933 in Troy, New York City. He was the only child of a Naval Academy officer Robert Simpson and a dance instructor Betty Simpson.

The family moved to Florida when Robert was six years old. He attended Miami Military School and later joined Key West High School. In 1948 when he was just 14, he dropped out of school because he disliked school and was performing very poorly.

He later traveled to California where he got a job as a stunt. At the age of 18, he was working at a Chinese Theatre where he had started as a doorman all the way up to the assistant manager. He later joined a screen actors guild and fully focused on his acting career.

Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Robert Fuller’s age is 90 years old as of today’s date 23rd September 2023 having been born on 29 July 1933. Though, he is 1.8 m tall, he weighs about 80 kg.

Personal Life: Affair, Girlfriends, Wife, Kids

Robert married Patricia Lee Lyon on December 20, 1962. They were blessed with three children namely; Christine, Patricia and Robert Fuller Jr. The couple broke up and divorced in 1984. Robert then started dating actress Jennifer Savidge, and the two tied the knot on May 19, 2001. The couple is up to today living happily together. Fuller and his wife relocated to North Texas in 2004 where they own a ranch and raises horses.

Career, Awards, and Nominations

Fuller started in 1952 in the film ‘Above and Beyond’ where he had a small role. This led to other many minor roles in other films like ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondies’ and ‘I Love Melvin. He put a halt on his career for military duties in Korea up to 1955.

After he got back from Korea, he attended acting classes at a neighborhood playhouse in New York. His first major film role came in 1957 when he starred in ‘Teenage Thunder’ and he later the same year starred in ‘The Brains from Planet Arous’.

After that, he featured and starred in several films. He also ventured into music with the Los Nomadas Band. Most of his music is in German.

Following his success, he won the Best Actor Award in 1961 in Japan. He also won the Silver Star Award, Golden Boot Award, Outstanding Service Award among others. In 2006, he was honored with a star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Robert Fuller’s Net Worth & Salary in 2023

Robert Fuller Net Worth 2020As of 2023, The net worth of this retired actor is estimated to be $6 Million. His acting career is the primary source of his wealth. He has appeared on several films and television series, and he got paid well. Although he is retired, his efforts in his active years bore good fruits.

Robert Fuller is among the most successful award-winning actors we know. The fact that he was a school drop-out did not deter him from being successful. His hard work bore fruits that he enjoys even today. He made a fortune in his hay days, and now he peacefully enjoys the fruits of his labor.


  1. I do happen to watch you all the time on Laramie, nice to see that you are alive with all of us older
    people. I am 74 and also doing well. Live alone and have a dog to keep me company.
    If you should like to mail me: [email protected]

  2. I grew up in England and loved watching Laramie as a teenager with my Dad, we were both avid Western fans.
    I was a nurse for many years both in the US and England but am now retired with my husband. I am 75 years old and so happy to still watch Laramie reruns in Texas where we both live. It brings back so many happy memories. Thank you Mr Fuller and bless your lovely wife. I would love to meet you sometime if that is ever possible.
    Sincerely Catherine and Bill Whalen, Carrollton, TX

  3. I was just watching you On wag on Train and wanted to tell you I have always enjoyed shows you were in. You have such a nice voice too. I’m 74 and live near Nashville. I was happy to see you and your wife have a happy life and I want to wish you well

  4. I grew up in South Georgia rural community near Bainbridge Ga. you went bird hunting (probably quail) down a path next to my house to a hunting preserve. Since I ALWAYS watched you on TV as one of my very favorite actors I was very excited that you were in my neck of the woods. Happy to read you are happy on your horse ranch in Texas.

  5. My name is Sandy and I have been watching you since I was in my forties,, I’m 89 now and still enjoy watching Wagon Train and other westerns that I watched when younger and with my children as they grew…..I’m still a blue-eyed blond and enjoy my life daily….As a child growing up in
    California I am familiar with the old ranch where all the films were made, been there myself a time or two…..have worked as a nurse for years and live in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, near my family…..keep on going as long as you have…….I appreciate you…..S

  6. My name is Susan. I live in Arizona now. I grew up watching you on Wagon Train. I am now 72 yrs old. Glad to see you’re doing well.

  7. I’m Jennifer, 62 living on the Gulf Coast, just unplugged cable for free TV in the spring, happened across Laramie at 5 in the morning and after that set my alarm so I wouldn’t miss it. Can’t understand how I’ve lived this long without ever seeing your shows! So now I’m bingeing on all things Jess Harper/Robert Fuller like so many others have done and are doing. The stream of love from fans/admirers that stretch back decades in time is warm, wonderful and welcoming – I’m staying! Thank You Mr. Fuller!

  8. Robert I am 82 years old and have been watching you for a long time.I always liked you and Slim and enjoy all of your programs

  9. I am 72 yrs young. As a young teenager, my super crush was Robert Fuller. One day while home from school, I got the notion to contact you, so I found every Robert Fuller I could, I was barely 14 years old. Well sad to say I couldn’t, but I sure tried, I called every Robert Fuller in and around Hollywood. With a broken heart and some disappointment, I finally stopped calling. But in the end it caught up w/me when Moma got the phone bill, loll. After contacting the phone company and putting two & two together, she realized what I had done. Did I get in trouble, yes, lol. Did I have to pay for the phone calls, yes. was it worth it, yes, at fourteen years old. When all my friends adored Elvis or Ricky Nelson, I adored Robert Fuller. I still remember that today, smile, maybe a slight chuckle, b/c my Momma knew what it was like to be a young girl w/a movie star crush on a cowboy named Robert Fuller. thank you for the memories.

  10. I watch Laramie everyday, catch some of your movies when I can. I am 77 and had a big crush on you when watching Laramie and Emergency with my dad and brothers. Everyone forgets to mention Walker Texas Ranger, you were in a few episodes. I grew up in Illinois but love in Temple, Texas now, so glad you are still going strong, you should have been the main character on Laramie you really know how to ride a horse. Wishing you a very Happy Birthday and many more.

  11. Mr. Fuller,
    I first met you when I was 10 years old in Virginia City, Nevada during Bonanza Days Celebrated every year. Then many years later I met you again in Norco, CA. at a Fast Draw Contest and Rodeo. I so enjoyed meeting you and have always enjoyed watching you on TV. I like you best as a cowboy.
    The one thing you have done on TV that I find fascinating is how you get on a horse. You jump up with both legs and get in the saddle. I’ve only seen one other person do that and that was Dale Robertson staring in Tales of Wells Fargo. Both of you look like you are one with the horse and that is something to watch.


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