Lee Horsley

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Lee Horsley

Lee Horsley

Lee Horsley- Biography

Lee Horsley is an American actor best known for his roles in the films “The Sword and the Sorcerer” and “Paradise.” He recently rose to prominence as a cast member in the star-studded film “The Hateful Eight.”

What is the Net Worth of Lee Horsley? Salary, Earnings

Horsley’s net worth is claimed to be above $3 million as of 2022, according to authoritative sources, derived from his years working as an actor, first in theater, then in films and on television.

Lee Horsley- Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

Horsley was born on May 15, 1955, in Muleshoe, Texas, but spent the majority of his childhood in Denver, Colorado, where he graduated from Englewood High School in 1973, while also becoming an outstanding horseman and outdoorsman and trained professionally in musical theater.

Lee Horsley- Relationship, Married Life

Horsley has been married to Stephanie Downer since December of 1980 in his personal life. Amber, their daughter, was born in 1981, and Logan, their boy, was born in 1983. They are now live in Texas. Mr. Lee Horsley’s

Aside from acting, Horsley is also a skilled outdoorsman and horseman, having competed in many rodeo competitions in his youth. He is also a well-known hunter, having put his talents to the test in Argentina and Africa.

Lee Horsley’s Professional Career

Horsley’s future career began in theater, where he appeared in a number of stage shows such as “West Side Story,” “Oklahoma!”, and “Damn Yankees.” His early years as a theatrical performer aided in the development of both his career and his net worth. Horsley made his television debut in 1981, portraying the character Archie Goodwin in the sitcom “Nero Wolfe.” The next year, he starred in the television film “The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch,” a western comedy in which he played Captain John Cain.

Horsley’s career took off when he appeared in the 1982 film “The Sword and the Sorcerer” as Prince Talon, the commander of a small band of soldiers who eventually save the entire country. His portrayal became one of his most remembered parts, earning him a Saturn Award nomination for Best Actor. The success of “The Sword and the Sorcerer” aided not only his career but also his wealth.

Horsley returned to television after playing Prince Talon, this time as the eponymous character in the series “Matt Houston,” which he featured in from 1982 until 1985. After appearing in several TV movies, including “Single Women Married Men,” “The Face of Fear,” and “Palomino,” he appeared in a new series, “Paradise,” as Ethan Allen Cord, a gunfighter who became an immediate parent after his sister died, leaving him with her four children.

The show, which ran from 1988 through 1991, became one of his most unforgettable productions. From 1992 to 1993, he appeared in the series “Bodies of Evidence,” and from 1994 to 1995, he appeared in the series “Hawkeye.” These television triumphs also contributed greatly to his net worth.

Horsley has had a number of memorable parts in films over the years. He has appeared in several films, including “Dismembered” in 2003, “Showdown at Area 51” in 2007, and “Tales of an Ancient Empire” in 2010, in which he reprised his role as Prince Talon. His most recent projects include appearing in “Django Unchained” in 2012 and joining the cast of “The Hateful Eight” in 2015. His contributions to the film industry have also contributed to his wealth.

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