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  • Ken Osmond (Actor) Biography, Age, Death, Wife, Children, Family, Facts, Wiki & More

    Updated On : May 21, 2020

    Other Name: Kenneth Charles Osmond
    Other Professions: Television Actor Writer Author Army Officer Police Officer
    Appearance: Hollywood

    Ken Osmond Age, Birthday Facts and Birthday Countdown

    Ken Osmond was 76 years, 11 months & 11 days old age.

    Short Biography

    Ken Osmond was born on 07-06-1943 in Glendale in the state of California, United States. He was an American Film Actor, Television Actor, Writer, Author, Army Officer & Police Officer.

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    Ken Osmond Complete Bio & Career

    Ken Osmond was a famous American actor and also a police offer. His mother wanted him to become an actor and hence she took him and his brother for audition when he was just 4 years old. At the age of 10, he grabbed a role in the film So Big in the year 1953. He came to limelight through his portrayal of Eddie Haskell on the quintessential 50s family show Leave It to Beaver. He was a part of the show from 1957 to 1963. After the series got over, he couldn't attract many roles towards him and hence joined the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) where he worked as a motorcycle officer. He took 5 bullets while chasing a suspected car thief. He applied for a disability pension and finally retired from force in the year 1988 and went bact to small screen.
    His 2nd inning in the industry didn't had much of a success though. He starred in series's like Still the Beaver, and High School U.S.A. He also managed to grab some roles in the films as well. After doing 2 films in the decade of the 1990s, he made a come back to the silverscreen after a gap of 18 years in 2016 with the film titled Characterz. This remains to be his last film. He was best remembered for his performance in Leave It to Beaver. He used to make appearances at film festivals, nostalgia conventions, and collectors' show occasionally.    

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    Health Issues, Illness and Death Info

    Ken Osmond was suffering from Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) & Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). He died on 18-05-2020 at his residence place in Los Angeles, in the state of California, United States at the age of 76.

    18 May, 2020 (Monday) Los Angeles, California United States

    Ken Osmond Family, Relatives and Other Relations

    He was born to Thurman Osmond & Pearl Osmond. He had a brother named Dayton Osmond. He was married to Sandra Purdy since 1969 and the couple had two sons named Eric E. OsmondChristian E. Osmond.

    Life's Important Dates Of Ken Osmond

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    Skin Colour White
    Eye Colour Light Brown
    Hair Colour Brown

    Personal Info

    Home Town Glendale, California
    Nationality American
    Religion Christian
    Address Los Angeles, California, USA
    School N/A
    College N/A
    Qualification N/A
    Hobbies Driving and Listening to Music
    Marital Status Married
    Debut Film - Plymouth Adventure (1952)
    TV - Screen Directors Playhouse (1955)
    Best Movies So Big (1953), C'mon, Let's Live a Little (1967), With Six You Get Eggroll (1968), and Leave It to Beaver (1997) among others
    Salary N/A
    Net Worth N/A
    Official Website N/A

    Shocking / Interesting Facts & Secrets About Ken Osmond

    • He was shot three times in the line of duty as a Los Angeles (CA) police officer.
    • There was an urban legend that once had fans thinking Ken was actually Alice Cooper, the rock singer.
    • He has played the same character (Eddie Haskell) on four different series.
    • He served in the U.S. Army Reserve as an armorer in the early 1960's.