Richard Eyer Bio, Age, Wife, Spouse, Family, Net Worth, Movies and TV Shows

By | March 13, 2024

Richard Eyer Biography

Richard is an American former child actor who served in the 1950s and 1960s. He first appeared in the movies in the early 1950s.

Richard Eyer Age

He was born on 6th May 1945, in Santa Monica, California, USA. His real names are Richard Ross Eyer he is 78 years old as of May 2023.

Richard Eyer Family

Eyer was born and brought up, in Santa Monica, California, USA. He is the older brother of Robert Eyer (1948-2005), another child actor of the season.

Richard Eyer Wife

Eyer is divorced he is a father to Samantha Rae Eyer, and twin sons, Benjamin Adam Eyer and Andrew Z. Eyer. He was married to Laurie Lynn Seabern from September 10th 1970 – December 13th 1983.

Richard Eyer Career

Afterwards he became a teacher, practicing in elementary schools in Bishop, California, until his retirement in 2006. Eyer acted a military orphan in “Homeward Borne,” a CBS Playhouse 90 program broadcast on August 22nd 1957. In 1956, he acted a youngster named Chuck in Canyon River, together with George Montgomery and Peter Graves. He acted the lead in The Invisible Boy, producer Nicholas Nayfack’s indie sequel to MGM’s Forbidden Planet. In The Desperate Hours (1955), Eyer featured as Fredric March’s dangerously reckless son. He also performed in the 1958 western Fort Dobbs alongside Clint Walker and Virginia Mayo, as well as the 1958 film The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, in which he played the metallic-voiced Barani the Genie.

Come 1995 in an interview, Eyer recognized his mother with supporting his acting profession.He featured in over 100 episodes of several TV shows, among them Rod Cameron’s syndicated City Detective, when he was eight years old. Others include Arrest and Trial, Stoney Burke, Mr. Novak, Wagon Train, Wanted: Dead or Alive, Father Knows Best, Gunsmoke, Lassie, Rawhide, and the General Electric Theater.

Richard Eyer Net Worth

Eyer has a net worth of 500 thousand dollars roughly.

Richard Movies

  • 1952 Invasion U.S.A.
  • 1953 It Happens Every Thursday
  • 1954 Ma and Pa Kettle at Home
  • 1954 The Raid
  • 1955 The Desperate Hours
  • 1955 Sincerely Yours
  • 1956 Come Next Spring
  • 1956 The Kettles in the Ozarks
  • 1956 Canyon River
  • 1956 Friendly Persuasion
  • 1957 Slander
  • 1957 Bailout at 43,000
  • 1957 The Invisible Boy
  • 1958 Fort Dobbs
  • 1958 The 7th Voyage of Sinbad
  • 1958 Johnny Rocco
  • 1958 Father Knows Best
  • 1959 Wanted Dead or Alive
  • 1960 Hell to Eternity Guy
  • 1959 Gunsmoke
  • 1960 Wagon Train

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