The most productive year for Forrest Tucker as an actor was 1942. He appeared in 10 films. Among all of them should be mentioned “Parachute Nurse” and “Canal Zone”.
At the age of 14, the American began his career. In 1933, people in Chicago could hear him singing in “Century of Progress” World's Fair. Casino Theater was the first place he performed.
Next steps to the fame he made in Washington’s Burlesque Theater.
Tucker started acting in the Hollywood in 1940. The first picture “The Westerner” was followed by “Emergency Landing” and “New Wine”. From that time his schedule was always busy, he managed to stare in several films in a year.
Best Known For
As an actor, he had more than 100 credits.
He won Golden Boot Awards in 1983.
His most recognizable and successful part is the role of Sergeant O'Rourke in the film “F Troop”. He is still identified with this character.
Unfortunately, there is no official information about Forrest Tucker’s religious views.
The American is positively straight. Forrest was 4 times married.
He spent 10 years with Sandra Jolley, bringing up Pamela Brooke, and divorced in 1950.
Marilyn Johnson was his wife from 1950 to 1960 until her death.
His spouse Marilyn Fisk delivered a daughter Cindy and son Forrest Sean.
In 1986, Forrest Tucker married Sheila Forbes.
Worth To Known
He played football during studying in Washington-Lee High School.
The star had one sister - Elizabeth Hitchcock.
His middle name was Meredith.
The actor died of cancer in 1986.