Laurence Luckinbill Bio, wiki, Age, Career, Height, Weight, Family
Laurence Luckinbill, an American-born actor, rose to prominence as the writer and performer of one-man shows about US President Theodore Roosevelt, defense attorney Clarence Darrow, and author Ernest Hemingway. He’s also known for his work in theater, film, and television.
Early Childhood Development and Education
Laurence Luckinbill was born on November 21, 1934, in Fort Smith, Arkansas, to Laurence Benedict Luckinbill and Agnes Luckinbill. Laurence George Luckinbill was born as the second child of his parents. Lynne Luckinbill is his younger sister. Luckinbill is of White ethnicity and is of American nationality. He is a devout Catholic. Luckinbill graduated from St. Anne’s High School in Fort Smith with a bachelor’s degree. He studied for two years at Fort Smith Junior College (now the University of Arkansas). Later, he graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
In 1958, Luckinbill received a Master of Fine Arts in playwriting from the Catholic University of America. In addition, he studied acting at the HB Studio in New York City.
He moved to San Francisco after finishing his Master’s degree in order to pursue an acting career. He took part in the Actor’s Workshop. For a short time, he worked for the US Army’s chemical corps at Fort McClellan, Alabama. After that, he spent two years working for the US State Department in Africa and Italy as a theater director, writer, and lecturer.
In the early 1960s, Luckinbill began his career as a Broadway actor. He made his television debut in the 1961 series A Man for All Seasons. Years later, in 1976, he starred in Pavel Kohout’s Broadway play Poor Murderer at the Ethel Barrymore Theater, which was his first Broadway role. He made his acting debut in the 1970 film The Boys in the Band, in which he portrayed Hank. In 1971, he starred alongside James Coco, Rita Gam, Sam Levene, and Doris Roberts in the film Such Good Friends, in which he played Richard. Other films in which he has appeared include The Promise and Cocktail.
Estimated Net Worth
Laurence Luckinbill’s net worth as of 2019 is estimated to be around $4 million. His official net worth, however, has yet to be revealed. As an actor, playwright, and director, he has amassed a substantial sum of money. According to some online sources, an actor’s annual salary is around $70k, while a director’s salary is around $93k. He’s also appeared in a number of box office hits, including Star Trak V: The Final Frontier. It was made on a $33 million budget and grossed around $63 million at the box office. Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, and James Doohan round out the cast. In 1988, he worked on Cocktails, which grossed $171.5 million against a budget of $20 million.
Laurence Luckinbill has had two marriages. Since 1980, he has been married to Lucie Arnaz, his second wife. Lucie is Lucie Ball’s daughter and Desi Arnaz’s son. Simon, Joseph, and Katharine Luckinbill, the couple’s three children, were born to them. They’ve also performed in theatrical productions together, such as They’re Playing Our Song. He was previously married to Robin Strasser, an actress. Nicholas Luckinbill and Benjamin Luckinbill were the couple’s two sons when they married in 1965. They divorced in 1976 after 11 years of marriage.
Laurence Luckinbill is currently 84 years old.
Luckinbill stands 6 feet 1 inch tall.
|Birth Name||Laurence George Luckinbill|
|Father||Laurence Benedict Luckinbill|
|Birth Place/City||Fort Smith, Arkansas, U.S.|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
|Married to||Lucie Arnaz|
|Children||5 (Simon, Joseph, and Katharine Luckinbill; and Nicholas Luckinbill and Benjamin Luckinbill )|
|Divorce||Robin Strasser (1965-1976)|
|Education||Fort Smith Junior College, University of Arkansas|
|Movies||The Boys in the Band, Cocktail|
|TV Show||The Delphi Bureau, Death Sentence|