Roger George Biography

    Published On Aug 21, 2015
    Facts of Roger George
    Date of Birth: 1925 , June-3
    Date of Death: 2007 , December-14
    Birth Nation: United States
    Name Peter Gallagher
    Nationality American
    Birth Place/City Manhattan, New York City
    Ethnicity White
    Profession Actor
    Weight in KG 72 kg
    Married Yes
    Married to Paula Harwood (m. 1983)
    Children 2
    Education Tufts University
    Online Presence Facebook,Wiki
    TV Show The O.C.
    Net Worth $16 Million.
    Eye Color Light brown
    Hair Color Dark brown
    Body Measurements 34-24-30 (Bust-Waist-Hip)
    Birth Name Peter Killian Gallagher
    Father Tom Gallagher
    Mother Mary Ann Gallagher
    Working For Movies
    Face Color White
    Famous for Musician, writer
    Divorce Not Yet
    Awards Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
    Breast Size 34 D
    Waist size 24 in
    Hip Size 30 in
    Salary N/A
    Tattoo(s) Not Available
    Religion Christianity
    Neck Size 8.7
    Shoe Size 9
    Movies Hello, My Name Is Doris
    Sisters Joan Gallagher
    Siblings Paul Gallagher
    Girlfriend Amber Smith
    Music Group Maybach Music Group
    Nick Name Jana Kramer
    Affair with Amber Smith
    Albums Don Henley
    Chest Size Unknown
    Boyfriend Josh Lucas
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    Roger is also one of the celebrities who love to keep his personal matters low. There is no any information about his personal life matters like his love affairs, his girlfriend, his married life, his wife and his children. Maybe he loves to keep it secret or he has not yet been spouse of any one. He started his career from his young age. He is best known in the world for his work in The Terminator (1984), Repo Man (1984) and The Howling (1981). He worked with other renowned artist to put some special effect on these movies. For his work he has also been nominated in various awards and has also claimed some of them. He earned a lot throughout his career but his actual net worth is unknown to the press.

    Roger George

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    Born in Carson City, Nevada


     He was born in middle class family. Roger George was born on June 3, 1925 in Carson City, Nevada, United States of America. He was an American. He was also raised there. There is no exact information from where he gained his formal education. 

    Died in Tonopah, Nevada


    Roger lived a humble life. He worked as a worker who puts some special effect on the movie. He also earned a lot of fame through his work. He died on December 14, 2007 in Tonopah, Nevada.

    His father left his family


    When he was just two years old, his father abandoned them and started living somewhere else. Since then, he did not ever saw his father. His family had a humble situation, which became worse after he left them. 

    Married to June Horne


    Cooper was a married man. He was not married just once but had married three times. First, on 11 December 1944, he married June Horne. They lived together for about five years. During their marriage, they also had one child together.

    First child, son John "Jack" Anthony Cooper


    For the first time in his life, he became the Father, with June Horne, of son John "Jack" Anthony Cooper (Jackie Cooper Jr.). He was born on August 19, 1946. This was the only child from his first marriage.

    Divorced with his first wife, June Horne


    After being married for about five years with his wife, June Horne something  went wrong in the middle of their married life and on 5 November 1949, the couple finally divorced. They also had one children together.

    Married to Hildy Parks


    He lived a single miserable life after he divorced his first wife. He then married his second wife, Hildy Parks on 18 March 1950. He remained with her till 1954 but they didn't have any children together. 

    Divorced his second wife, Hildy Parks


    It seems like, he didn't have the aptitude to remain in the married life for a long period of time. After tying the knot with Hildy Parks, he remained together for about five years. But on 16 February 1954, they divorced.

    Married to Barbara Rae Kraus


    From his previous experience, he had known that it was hard to live a single life. So, just after two months of the termination of the second marriage, he married his third wife. They remained together for more than half a century and also had three children together.

    Second child Russell


    In 1956, Cooper became the father of his second son, Russell with Barbara. He was born in 1956, just after a year his parents entered into marriage relationship. He grew up with his parents and was raised somewhere in the USA.

    Third child Julie


    In 1957, the couple again gave birth to their second child together. This time, it was a sweet lovely girl, Julie. She had three siblings. She died in 1997 but the actual reason for her death is unknown.

    Fourth child Cristina "Crissy"


    The couple Jackie and Barbara Rae Kraus gave birth to their third child, Cristina "Crissy" in 1959. She was the fourth child of Jackie, who also had one son from his previous relationship. Cristine however, died in 2009.

    His wife died


    Cooper and Barbara Rae Kraus remained together for more than fifty years. During this time they had three children together. But on 30 May 2009, she wife died an unfortunate death. The reason for her death is unknown.

    First appearance


    Cooper made his first appearance at the age of three. He appeared in Lloyd Hamilton comedies under the name of "Leonard" as an extra with his grandmother. Since then, he is popular by his nick name America's Boy.

    Won Primetime Emmy Awards


    Cooper had been nominated in Primetime Emmy Awards for four times during 1960s and 1070s. But in 1974 and 1979, he won this award for Best Directing in Comedy and Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series respectively.


    Won Walk of Fame


    1960 was also a year that was remarkable in his life. During this year, he was nominated for Walk of Fame for Motion Picture and he won it. From this time on he claimed every award an actor can earn in his lifetime.

    Worked as Instructor/Guest Lecturer


    He also worked as an Instructor and Guest Lecturer at California State University. In Northridge's Radio, TV and Film Department as well as Film and Television he worked as Producing, Directing and Marketing manager.