Ty Hardin

TV Actor

Ty Hardin was born in New York City, New York, United States on January 1st, 1930 and is the TV Actor. At the age of 87, Ty Hardin biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 1, 1930
United States
Place of Birth
New York City, New York, United States
Death Date
Aug 3, 2017 (age 87)
Zodiac Sign
$5 Million
Actor, Film Actor, Television Actor
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Ty Hardin Life

Orison Whipple Hungerford Jr. (January 1, 1930 – August 3, 2017), better known as Ty Hardin, was an American actor best known as the star of the 1958 to 1962 ABC/Warner Bros.

Bronco, a Western television series, is a Western television series.

Early life

Hardin was born in New York City but raised in Texas after his family moved to Austin, Texas, when he was six months old. His father, an acoustical engineer, died unexpectedly four years later.

Hardin graduated from Lamar High School in Houston in 1949. He was able to attend Blinn College in Brenham, Texas, for one year, and then transfer to the Dallas Bible Institute for a semester. During the Korean War, he served in the US Army during the Korean War. He was sent after attending Officer Candidate School in Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, and became a pilot of a Forward Observer O-1 Bird Dog liaison aircraft. He was given the rank of first lieutenant. Since returning from service, he began attending Texas A&M University in College Station on a scholarship from Coach Bear Bryant, who played tight end.


Ty Hardin Career

Acting career

While Hardin attended a costume party, a Paramount Pictures talent scout discovered Hardin. He had rented revolvers from Western Costume, a motion picture costume rental firm.

Hardin obtained the services of agent Henry Willson and migrated to Hollywood, where he was placed under Paramount Pictures' control.

He appeared in several Paramount films, including "Ty Hungerford (1958), As Young as We Are (1958) and Last Train from Gun Hill (1959), he was originally named "Ty Hungerford."

In the 1959 film Rio Bravo, which had been promised to singer Ricky Nelson, Hardin attempted to obtain a support role. While visiting a film set at Paramount, John Wayne reportedly saw Hardin's appearance and was impressed with his appearance. Howard Hawks and William T. Orr at Warner Bros. Television; he and his brother, "Hardin," a Texas gunfighter John Wesley Hardin.

He attended Warner Bros. actors' school and gained minor roles in various Warner films.

Hardin received his big break when Clint Walker walked out on his ABC soap Cheyenne in 1958 during a labor squabble with Warner Bros. Warner canceled Hardin's deal with Paramount Studios and inserted him in Cheyenne for the remainder of the season, as the country cousin "Bronco Layne."

After the season ended, Walker and Warner Bros. came to terms, but Hardin had such a huge hit on the show that Jack L. Warner gave him Bronco, a Cheyenne version. Bronco appeared in Sugarfoot, Will Hutchins, and Cheyenne for four years. The series spanned 1958 to 1962.

Hardin guest appeared on other Warner shows, including Maverick and 77 Sunset Strips.

Hardin appeared in several films, including Merrill's Marauders (1962), where he was second billed to Jeff Chandler (1963); and Wall of Noise (1963).

When his deal came to an end, Hardin had Guys and Dolls in stock. When his program aired around the world, he then left Hollywood to look for success in Asia. Hardin, like many American actors, went to Europe, where he created many spaghetti Westerns, including Man of the Cursed Valley (1964).

He appeared in the War film Battle of the Bulge (1965) shot in Spain and the Western Savage Pampas (1966). In Death on the Run (1967), he had the lead.

He supported Joan Crawford in Berserk!

(1967) and played Captain Reno in Custer of the West (1967) shot in Spain. In Ragan (1968) and One Step to Hell (1968), he was leading the charge.

lunchtime on Australia's eastern seaboard from 1968 to 1969. Hardin appeared in Riptide, an Australian television series in which he played an American running a charter boat company.

biodiversity of Vengeance (1971), he returned to Europe for a film appearance in The Last Rampage (1970). Quel maledetto giorno resa conti (1971) and Drummer of Vengeance (1971). On the Trail of Johnny Hilling, Boor and Billy, a 1970 German television series, was on display in Boor and Billy, which was on display in former West Germany.

Hardin was a soldier in the Last Rebellion (1971) Acquasanta Joe (1971), And Friends: You're Jinxed, Friend Francisco (1972) and a small part in Avanti. (1972): A.K.A. (1972) a.k.a.

He was arrested in Spain for drug trafficking and served time in jail in 1974.

Rooster: Spurs of Death was one of Hardin's later appearances. (1977), Fire (1977), and Image of the Beast (1980) as well as episodes of television shows such as The Love Boat.

He was in The Zoo Gang (1985) and Red River (1988), and he was a late lead in Born Killer (1989).

In Bad Jim (1992) and Rescue Me (1992), Hardin could be seen.