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Charles Barton (Charles Thomas Barton Jr.) was born on 25 May, 1902 in San Francisco, CA, is a Film actor. At 79 years old, Charles Barton height is 5 ft 1 in (157.0 cm).

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Popular As Charles Thomas Barton Jr.
Occupation director,assistant_director,producer
Age 79 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 25 May 1902
Birthday 25 May
Birthplace San Francisco, CA
Date of death December 5, 1981
Died Place Burbank, CA
Nationality CA

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Who Is Charles Barton's Wife?

His wife is Julie Gibson (m. 1973–1981), Lois Austin (m. 1955–1957)

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Wife Julie Gibson (m. 1973–1981), Lois Austin (m. 1955–1957)
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Children Julie Barton

Charles Barton Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Charles Barton worth at the age of 79 years old? Charles Barton’s income source is mostly from being a successful Director. He is from CA. We have estimated Charles Barton's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2019 Under Review
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Source of Income Director

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In the 1960s he became one of the regular directors on the hit comedy series Family Affair (1966) and also directed episodes of several other successful series, such as McHale's Navy (1962), Dennis the Menace (1959) and Hazel (1961).


As the 1950s progressed Barton began to do less feature work and more television work (he was one of the first feature-film directors to work regularly both in television and films when in 1951 he took over as the house director on The Amos 'n Andy Show (1951)), often for Walt Disney.


He directed what many regard as their best picture, the critically and financially successful Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) (on the other hand, he also directed what many consider their worst picture, Dance with Me, Henry (1956)). Unlike many of the team's directors, Barton actually got along quite well with them, especially Costello, to whom he bore a striking resemblance. The team specifically requested him for "A&C Meet Frankenstein", as their last few pictures had failed and Universal was thinking about dumping them. The film was a huge success and revitalized their career.


In 1945 he left Columbia for Universal Pictures, where he gained a reputation as a first-rate comedy director, especially for Universal's top comedy team, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello.


DeMille on Union Pacific (1939) resulted in his leaving Paramount for Columbia Pictures. He worked steadily at that studio, directing seven to eight pictures a year, mostly "B" musicals and westerns.


He eventually left acting for a job behind the camera as an assistant director, a position for which he won an Academy Award in 1934.

That same year he made his first feature as a director, Wagon Wheels (1934), for Paramount. He stayed at Paramount for several years, turning out four to five pictures a year, but a stint as an assistant to autocratic director Cecil B.


Two films he can be seen in are Beau Geste (1926) (He plays a Foreign Legionnaire) and Wings (1927) (He plays the soldier "injured" by Clara Bow's ambulance).


Charles T. Barton was born in Oakland, CA, on May 25, 1902. His father managed a candy store, and soon moved the family to Los Angeles, where Charles, nicknamed "Charlie", got a job at age 15 acting as an extra in silent movies.