Roy Rogers Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

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Roy Rogers

This Biography is about one of the best Actor Roy Rogers including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Roy Rogers
Real NameRoy Rogers
ProfessionActors
Nick NameKing of the Cowboys, Len Slye, Leonard Franklin Slye
Famous asKing of the Cowboys
NationalityAmerican
Personal Life of Roy Rogers
Born on05 November 1911
Birthday5th November
Died At Age86
Sun SignScorpio
Born inCincinnati, Ohio, USA
Died on06 July 1998
Place of deathApple Valley, California, USA
Family Background of Roy Rogers
FatherAndrew
MotherMattie (Womack) Slye
SiblingsMary
Spouse/PartnerDale Evans
ChildrenRoy Rogers Jr. Cheryl Darlene Rogers Robin Rogers Sandy Rogers Linda Lou Rogers Debbie Rogers Little Doe Rogers Mimi Rogers
Founder/Co-FounderMarriott Corporation
Net worth$100 million
Personal Fact of Roy Rogers

Leonard Franklin Slye, famously known as Roy Rogers, was an American cowboy actor and singer who glorified the cowboy era in Hollywood with his charming singing and action-packed acting. To this date, he remains the number one artist in the world who is associated with heavy merchandising and marketing, all owing to his success from his trademark show The Roy Rogers Show on the television. It ran for nine years and starred his wife Evans and Pat Brady along with his horse and dog, making it an iconic success amongst young children and adults alike.

Rogers has worked in many cowboy movies and throughout his career remained at par with his competitor cowboy actor Gene Autry it would suffice to say that there were times when he surpassed him and was known as the sole King of the Cowboys on the silver screen. Rogers humble background and the financial adversities that he faced when he was young did not stop him from becoming a matinee sensation and an American legend; rather he realized his love for music right in the middle of the Great Depression.

For his contribution to television, cinema and radio, Rogers was twice inducted into the Western Performers Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma.

This Biography Written By 7infi.com

 

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