Timothy Considine net worth: Fun facts, Salary, House, Cars, Age, height, biography

Timothy Considine net worth:$50 Million

Net Worth:$50 Million
Name:Tim Considine
Date of Birth:December 31, 1940
Gender:Male
Height:6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Profession:Actor
Nationality:American
Tim Considine, circa 1962. (Photo by Getty Images)

Timothy Considine was an American actor, writer, photographer. Timothy Considine’s full name is ‘Timothy Daniel Considine. Tim Considine’s father, John W. Considine Jr., was an Oscar-nominated movie producer (Boys Town, MGM 1938).

Tim Considine Net Worth 2022:

At the time of his death, Timothy Considine has a net worth of $51 Million. Timothy Considine also owns 6 vintage luxury cars and real estate properties across 10 cities. Timothy Considine’s personal fortune will now be distributed between his wife and son, according to the will shared by his advocate.

Tim Considine Biography:

Timothy Daniel Considine (December 31, 1940 – March 3, 2022) was an American actor, writer, photographer, and automotive historian best known for his acting roles in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

Tim Considine was born to a show business family. His mother, Carmen, was the daughter of Greek American theater magnate Alexander Pantages. On his father’s side, Tim Considine was of Irish descent, and of partial Greek descent on his mother’s side.

Tim Considine Career:

Considine’s best known acting roles were in the 1955–1957 Disney TV serials Spin and Marty (he played Spin) and Hardy Boys (he played older brother Frank opposite Tommy Kirk as Joe), both of which appeared in 15-minute segments on The Mickey Mouse Club; in the Disney show The Swamp Fox as Gabriel Marion, nephew of Francis Marion; in the Disney motion picture The Shaggy Dog; and as the eldest son, Mike Douglas, in the first years of the long-running television series My Three Sons, when it aired on ABC. In both The Shaggy Dog and My Three Sons, he starred with Fred MacMurray.

In 1957, Considine essayed the role of Ned Nickerson in a television pilot made for CBS based on the popular Nancy Drew series of books by Carolyn Keene. He co-starred with Roberta Shore and Frankie Thomas

On December 31, 1959, his 19th birthday and before My Three Sons debuted, Considine appeared as Jamie Frederick in the episode “Bound Boy” on CBS’s Johnny Ringo western television series, starring Don Durant in the title role. In the story line, a rancher is investigated for turning orphaned boys into virtual slaves.

The following year, Considine played the role of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s eldest son James between ages 14 and 17, in the 1960 feature film Sunrise at Campobello.

In a 1966 episode of The Fugitive he acted as a helper for Dr. Kimble. On November 21, 1965, he played young rebel Billy Penn in the Bonanza episode “The Reluctant Rebel”.

He had a role in the 1970 film Patton, portraying the shell-shocked soldier slapped by General George S. Patton, Jr. The role is credited as “Soldier Who Gets Slapped”.

As an adult, Considine was an automobile historian, photographer, and writer who specialized in motor sports. He was the author of The Photographic Dictionary of Soccer , The Language of Sport , and American Grand Prix Racing: A Century of Drivers and Cars.

He also filled in for the late William Safire as writer of the “On Language” column in The New York Times Magazine.

In 2000, Considine and David Stollery, his co-star in the Spin and Marty serials, made cameo appearances in The New Adventures of Spin and Marty: Suspect Behavior, a made-for-TV movie on the ABC network.

A DVD version of the Adventures of Spin & Marty was released in December 2005 as part of the fifth wave of the Walt Disney Treasures series. On the 50th anniversary of the serial’s premiere, Considine and Stollery were interviewed by Leonard Maltin as a DVD bonus feature about their experiences filming the hit series.[citation needed]

On June 19, 2010, he participated in the My Three Sons 50th-Anniversary Reunion at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California. Most surviving cast members appeared at the event except for Dawn Lyn, who was living in Germany at the time, and Don Grady, who prior to his death in 2012 was in Europe that summer receiving treatment for cancer.[citation needed] Photographed the Joni Mitchell Blue album cover

How was Timothy Considine’s Early Career?

In 1953, Considine co-starred with Red Skelton in The Clown, a remake of the 1931 movie The Champ.

How much is Tim Considine worth?

Timothy Considine net worth is $50 million.

How did Timothy Considine get famous?

Timothy Considine’s best known acting roles were in the 1955–1957 Disney TV serials Spin and Marty (he played Spin) and Hardy Boys (he played older brother Frank opposite Tommy Kirk as Joe).

Who is Tim Considine’s wife?

Tim Considine’s first wife was actress Charlotte Stewart, who played teacher Miss Beadle on television’s Little House on the Prairie for four seasons. Tim Considine had been married to Willette Hunt since July 21, 1979.

Tim Considine Acting Career

In 1957, Tim Considine played the role of Ned Nickerson in a television pilot made for CBS based on the popular Nancy Drew series of books by Carolyn Keene.

On December 31, 1959, his 19th birthday and before My Three Sons debuted, Tim Considine appeared as Jamie Frederick in the episode “Bound Boy” on CBS’s Johnny Ringo western television series.