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Date of Birth: 1928 , July-22
Birth Nation: United States
Name Orson Bean
Birth Name Dallas Frederick Burrows
Father George Frederick Burrows
Mother Marian Ainsworth
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Burlington, Vermont
Ethnicity White
Profession Actor and author
Net Worth $4 million
Salary $470,588
Married Yes
Married to Alley Mills since 1993
Children Susannah Bean, Michele Bean, Max Bean, Ezekiel Bean
Divorce Carolyn Maxwell (1965-1981), Rain Winslow aka Jacqueline de Sibour (1956-1962)
Education Cambridge Rindge and Latin School
Awards Broadway's 1962 Tony Award-Nomination
Movies Being John Malkovich
TV Show To Tell the Truth, How I Met Your Mother, Two and a half men

Quick Timeline of Orson Bean

1928 Born in Burlington, Vermont, United States
1946 Graduated from Cambridge Rindge and Latin School
1946 Joined US Army
1952 Began his acting career
1962 Nominated in Tony Award nomination
1999 Appeared in the movie, Being John Malkovich
1956 Married to Rain Winslow
1965 Married to Carolyn Maxwell
1981 Divorced with Carolyn Maxwell
1993 Married to Alley Mills
1972 Published his first autobiography, Me and the Orgone
1999 Nominated in Awards Circuit Community Awards
2000 Nominated in Screen Actors Guild Awards

Detail Timeline of Orson Bean

July 22 , 1928

Born in Burlington, Vermont, United States

Orson Bean was born by the name Dallas Frederick Burrows in Burlington, Vermont, United States of America to Marian Ainsworth (née Pollard) and George Frederick Burrows. He is an American and is of white ethnicity.

1946

Graduated from Cambridge Rindge and Latin School

Orson Bean received his formal education from Cambridge Rindge and Latin School. He was also able to complete his high school graduation from there and he graduated from there in 1946. He is also famous for being the founder of The Sons of the Desert.

1946

Joined US Army

After his high school graduation, Orson Bean joined United States Army. He joined US army in 1946 and he was stationed in Japan. He served in the army for two years and then was discharged from there and then he entered into the acting world. 

1952

Began his acting career

Orson Bean was seen in the TV series Broadway Television Theatre as an actor starring the role of Erwin Throwbridge. He also starred in the TV drama series Westinghouse Studio One and The Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street in 1952. 

1962

Nominated in Tony Award nomination

Though Orson Bean got blacklisted by the Hollywood movie studios in the late 1950s, he got his rise in fame as an actor after being nominated in Broadway's 1962 Tony Award. He got nominated in this award as Best Featured Actor in a Musical. 

1999

Appeared in the movie, Being John Malkovich

Orson Bean is an actor from United States famous for starring the role of Dr. Lester in the magic realism comedy film Being John Malkovich. He is also popular for portraying the role of Bilbo Baggins in the animated musical television movie The Hobbit. 

July 2 , 1956

Married to Rain Winslow

On 2nd of July 1956, Orson Bean got married to Rain Winslow. Rain Winslow is an actress whose real name is Jacqueline de Sibour. As a loving husband and wife they welcomed a daughter named Michele Bean. They got divorced in 1962.

October 3 , 1965

Married to Carolyn Maxwell

After Orson Bean dissolved his first married life, he began his love affairs with Carolyn Maxwell and began dating her as his girlfriend. Carolyn Maxwell is an actress and fashion designer. They got married in 1965. 

1981

Divorced with Carolyn Maxwell

After dating actress and fashion designer Carolyn Maxwell for several years, they got married on 3rd of October 1965. From this married life they also had three children together: Susannah, Max and Ezekiel. Susannaj's husband Andrew Breitbart died in 2012.

April 18 , 1993

Married to Alley Mills

Orson Bean spends a single life for about a decade and then he was spotted with Alley Mills. Alley Mills is also an actress and she is famous for her role in the TV series The Wonder Years. They got married in 1993. They are still together as a loving spouse.

1972

Published his first autobiography, Me and the Orgone

Orson Bean is also a great writer and is an author of an autobiography Me and the Orgone. This book was mainly about orgone therapy. His second book Too Much Is Not Enough was published in 1988 and his third book 25 Ways to Cook a Mouse for the Gourmet Cat was published in 1994. 

1999

Nominated in Awards Circuit Community Awards

For starring the role of Dr. Lester in the magic realism comedy film Being John Malkovich, Orson Bean got his first nomination in Awards Circuit Community Awards in 1999 for Best Cast Ensemble. He has also been nominated in Grammy Awards once. 

2000

Nominated in Screen Actors Guild Awards

In 2000, Orson Bean got his first nomination in Screen Actors Guild Awards. He was nominated in this award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Theatrical Motion Picture. He was not honored with this award that year. 

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Orson Bean is an actor from the United States famous for starring the role of Dr. Lester in the magic realism comedy film Being John Malkovich. He is also a great writer and is an author of an autobiography Me and the Orgone.

Orson Bean's early life and education

Orson Bean was born by the name Dallas Frederick Burrows in Burlington, Vermont, the United States of America to Marian Ainsworth (née Pollard) and George Frederick Burrows. He is an American by nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.

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Orson received his formal education from "Cambridge Rindge and Latin School". He was also able to complete his high school graduation from there in 1946.

Orson Bean's  acting career

After his high school, Bean joined the United States Army in 1946 and he was stationed in Japan. He served in the military for two years. In 1952, he appeared in the TV series Broadway Television Theatre as an actor starring the role of Erwin Trowbridge.

Orson Bean also starred in the TV drama series Westinghouse Studio One in 1952. Though he blacklisted by the Hollywood movie studios in the late 1950s, he got his rise in fame as an actor after being nominated in Broadway's 1962 Tony Award. He was also the long-time panelist on the television game show, To Tell the Truth.

Orson Bean's married life and divorce

Orson who served as the founding member of The Sons of the Desert in 1964, is married thrice in his life. On the 2nd of July 1956, Orson married Rain Winslow; an actress whose real name is Jacqueline de Sibour. They welcomed a daughter, Michele Bean before their divorce in 1962.

After Orson dissolved his first married life, he began his love affairs with Carolyn Maxwell and began dating her. Maxwell is an actress and fashion designer, famous for her role in the movies like Tattletales and Black Mirror.

Bean and Maxwell married on 3rd of October, 1965 and welcomed 3 children: a daughter Susannah and 2 sons Max Bean and Ezekiel Bean. The couple later divorced in 1981.

Their daughter Susannah, in 1997, was married to conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart. He died in 2012 due to heart failure.

Orson spent a single life for about a decade and then he was spotted with Alley Mills; an actress and she is famous for her role in the TV series "The Wonder Years". They tied the knot in 1993, and currently live in Los Angeles. They are still together as a loving spouse.

Orson Bean's net worth

As of 2018, his net worth is estimated to be around $4 million while his annual salary splits up to be around $470,588.

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