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John Davidson (John Hamilton Davidson) was born on 13 December, 1941 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, is an actor,soundtrack. At 80 years old, John Davidson height is 6 ft 0 in (183.0 cm).

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Popular As John Hamilton Davidson
Occupation actor,soundtrack
Age 81 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 13 December 1941
Birthday 13 December
Birthplace Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Nationality USA

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Who Is John Davidson's Wife?

His wife is Rhonda Davidson (10 December 1983 - present) ( 1 child), Jackie Miller (29 December 1968 - 11 May 1983) ( divorced) ( 2 children)

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Wife Rhonda Davidson (10 December 1983 - present) ( 1 child), Jackie Miller (29 December 1968 - 11 May 1983) ( divorced) ( 2 children)
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John Davidson Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is John Davidson worth at the age of 81 years old? John Davidson’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from USA. We have estimated John Davidson's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2021 Pending
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He is set to headline a concert at the Etna [Ohio} United Methodist Church near his alma mater (Denison University, Granville, Ohio) in April 2019.


Boston, MA, USA: Touring with "Wicked" in the role of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. [August 2013]


Now living in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico with his wife, Rhonda Davidson. [December 2009]


As of 2000, John's daughter, Jennifer Davidson (age 27), is a professional ice skater. His son, John Davidson Jr. (Age 30), is an entrepreneur.


He's appeared in legit plays, including the off-Broadway comedy, "High Infidelity", opposite both Barbara Eden and Morgan Fairchild, and, in 1996, returned to Broadway, after 32 years, in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, "State Fair". Two years later, he was inspired to try out his one-man show, "Bully", as Theodore Roosevelt, after playing the president earlier in the musical, "Teddy and Alice". John has made sporadic appearances in films, including the disaster epic, The Concorde. . .


Divorced in 1982 from singer Jackie Miller, who once was part of the folk duo, Jackie and Gayle, after 13 years of marriage and two children, John is currently with second wife and former backup singer, Rhonda Davidson (nee Rivera) (since 1983). Together, they have a child of their own, Ashleigh Davidson.


It wasn't until the next decade when his career revitalized by hosting That's Incredible! (1980). The show's format fit John's buoyant nature to a tee and lasted four years, alongside co-host Cathy Lee Crosby.


Airport '79 (1979), and Edward Scissorhands (1990).


Through the lean years, John maintained by singing on his own TV Christmas specials and guesting in episodes of The Love Boat (1977) and Fantasy Island (1977). Interest in John, however, slacked off.


He was nominated for a 1974 Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Guest Artist for his performance in "Oklahoma!", at the Arie Crown Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.


He co-starred with another eternal cutie at the time, Sally Field, in The Girl with Something Extra (1973), playing newlyweds, but the sitcom was unsuccessful.

He also took over Dick Clark's emcee post on the syndicated game show, The $10,000 Pyramid (1973), during the 1992-1993 season. Music, however, has always been John's first passion. In addition to recording 12 solo albums in both the pop and country music venues, he plays the guitar and banjo and has sung in English, French and Spanish. A perennial nightclub and concert favorite, he has starred in many national tours and stock productions including "The Music Man", "110 in the Shade", "Paint Your Wagon", "Li'l Abner", "Camelot", "Carousel", "I Do! I Do!" and "Will Rogers' Follies", among others.


While an overly cute, lightweight image severely hampered his chances to be taken seriously as a dramatic actor, the bedimpled performer, nevertheless, made great strides as a full-fledged TV presence in the 1970s.


He earned his own daytime talk show, The John Davidson Show (1969), and appeared in such mini-movie offerings as Coffee, Tea or Me? (1973) with Karen Valentine.


Demonstrating leading man potential, John was handed tuneful co-star assignments in the rather antiseptic Disney movies, The Happiest Millionaire (1967) and The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band (1968), both featuring the reigning "Cinderella" of the time, Lesley Ann Warren, but he did not move ahead in films.


Back on stage, he won a Theater World Award in 1965 for his role as "Curly" in "Oklahoma!", a part he would play many times over the years.

His talent for self-effacing "straight man" humor showed up first as a The Hollywood Squares (Daytime) (1965) regular, then as takeover host of The New Hollywood Squares (1986), which lasted several years.


The affable six-footer made his Broadway bow with Bert Lahr and Larry Blyden in the short-lived musical, "Foxy", in 1964 at the Ziegfeld Theater. TV producer Bob Banner, who discovered such other formidable talents as Carol Burnett, Dom DeLuise and Bob Newhart, caught John in one of his performances and immediately took him under his wing. Within a short time, John was moving quickly in the musical fast lane.

On TV, he co-starred as "Matt" in a 1964 Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation of the classic musical, "The Fantasticks", alongside an esteemed company that included Mr. Lahr, Ricardo Montalban, Stanley Holloway and the lovely soprano, Susan Watson.

He also appeared as a regular on The Entertainers (1964), and grew in stature enough to host The Kraft Summer Music Hall (1966), keeping his face and voice consistently front-and-center on the prime-time variety show circuit.


Attended White Plains High School, graduating in 1959. Voted Best Looking in high school yearbook.


They don't come any nicer than John Davidson. The dark-haired, Pittsburgh-born singer/TV personality, who was born in 1941 and the son of a Baptist minister, is highly-defined and sometimes cursed by his clean-cut, fresh-faced, apple-cheeked handsomeness. After graduating from high school in White Plains, New York, and earning a B. A. in Theater Arts from Denison University, John took his naturally-gifted baritone voice to the musical stage.


Not to be confused with and is no blood relation to early 20th century Hollywood actor John Davidson ,who was born on December 25, 1886 in New York City, New York, USA. Who also passed away on January 16, 1968.