Max Baer Jr. is an American film and television actor. Besides being an actor, he is also a successful director, producer, and screenwriter. Max Baer is best known for his portrayal of Jethro Bodine in the TV series The Beverly Hillbillies.
|Full Name:||Max Baer Jr.
Maximilian Adalbert Baer Jr.
|Nickname:||Max Baer Jr.|
|Profession(s):||- American actor
|Physical Stats and Wiki|
|Height (approx.):||- 6 feet 4 inches
- 193 centimetre
- 1.93 meter
|Date of Birth:||December 4, 1937|
|Age (as in 2022):||85 years old|
|School :||Christian Brothers High School|
|College:||Santa Clara University|
|Wife & Marriage|
|Wife/Spouse:||Joanne Kathleen Hill|
|Networth & Money|
|Income Source||Actor, producer and director|
|Networth (approx.)||$60 million|
Facts About Max Baer Jr
Max Baer Jr. Maximilian Adalbert Baer Jr. was born Maximilian Adalbert Baer Jr., on December 4, 1937, in Oakland, Alameda County, California, the son of Max Baer Sr., a prominent boxing champion, and Mary Ellen Sullivan, his wife.
Max Baer married Joanne Kathleen Hill in the year 1966. They divorced in 1971.
Currently, he is the only member of the popular TV show, as Donna Douglas, his last co-star, passed away just a few years ago.
He is also a budding entrepreneur with ambitions to own a real estate and casino empire named after the popular TV series that earned him fame and acclaim.
He gain “Christian Brothers High School” located in Sacramento. While in school, Max reach letters to four sports classes simultaneously and won the Sacramento Open (junior) golf tournament twice.
Max Baer Start his acting debut in 1949, with “Blackpool Pavilion” produced by “Goldilocks and the Three Bears in England”.
The role Max Baer remembers most is that of Jethro Bowden, the goofy son of the character’s cousin Jed Clambet. The character appeared in the popular television series The Beverly Hillbillies (1962-1971), which was broadcast on CBS. Buddy Ebsen plays the role of Jed Clampett in this series.
At this time, Max is also seen in the television series Love, American Style (1969-1974) and Vacation Playhouse (1969-1974). In 1967, he pop up as Sgt. Luther Liskill in A Time for Killing.
In 1974, he made his writing and production debut with “Macon County Line”, a film he also presented as “Deputy Reed Morgan”. In 1975, Max produced, wrote, and directed The Wild McCullochs. This movie he described as “Culver Robinson”.