Gerald McRaney Bio, wiki, Age, Career, Height, Weight, Family.

Gerald McRaney


Gerald Lee “Mac” McRaney was born in Collins, Mississippi, United States of America, on August 19, 1974. McRaney is an American television and film actor who is most known for his roles in the programs Simon and Simon, Major Dad, and Promised Land. His father is Clyde McRaney, and Edna McRaney is his mother. Buddy McRaney is his younger brother. He grew up in England with his English family.

Career and Education

Gerald McRaney was a University of Mississippi student. He toiled in the Louisiana oil fields before making it big as an actor. Gerald McRaney starred in Night of Bloody Horror after some time in a film (1969). He has appeared in a number of episodes of ‘The Incredible Hulk.’ He has played General George S. Patton in a number of television films, including ‘Not Our Son’ (1995), ‘Going for Broke’ (2003), and Dan’s father in ‘One Tree Hill.’

Gerald McRaney starred as the ruthless General Morrison in the film The A-Team (2010) and as CIA handler Carlton Shaw in the NBC action thriller ‘Undercovers’. In 2011, he was cast in the television series ‘Longmire.’ He starred as Bucky Spurgeon in the dark comedy ‘Focus’ and in Coat of Many Colors in 2015.

Affair and Personal Life

Gerald McRaney dated Polly Businger early in his career. He has been married and divorced several times, and Delta Burke is his third wife, whom he married on May 28, 1989.

Bodyweight and net wealth

With a height of 6.1 feet, McRaney has a fantastic body. Gerald McRaney’s net worth is reported to be over $5 million, making him one of Hollywood’s top ten wealthiest people.

Facts of Gerald McRaney
Birth Nation:United States of America
Height:6 Feet 1 Inch
NameGerald McRaney
Birth NameGerald Lee McRaney
Nick NameMac
FatherClyde McRaney
MotherEdna McRaney
Birth Place/CityCollins, Mississippi
Working ForTelevision
Net Worth$5 million
Eye ColorBlue
Hair ColorBrown
Face ColorWhite
Married toDelta Burke (m. 1989), Pat Moran (m. 1981-1989), Beverly Root (m. 1967-1971)
EducationUniversity of Mississippi
MoviesThe NeverEnding Story
TV ShowJericho
SiblingsBuddy McRaney