Broderick Crawford was an American film, radio, stage and TV actor who was often seen in touch – guy roles.He was widely known for Willie Stark in "All the King's Men". He was also best known for his role as Chief Dan in series named "Highway Patrol".
The American actor Broderick first started his journey in the year 1935. But sadly he demised in the year 1986. He gave his best performances for about 50 years in the media. Even though he is not physically with us, he is still something to be talked about. Today, here we will be discussing his career, awards and net worth too.
Broderick Crawford has been working for around 50 long years as an actor, soundtrack, and producer. Therefore, he is estimated to have a huge amount. He has been spotted working in many fields. But to be frank, Broderick has never ever revealed his net worth. The total net worth of Broderick Crawford is still behind the curtains. Even his assets are also still not revealed till the date. But we are pretty sure that he has a huge amount.
And by appearances he made on TV shows and events, he always showed up with classic looks; and ofc, with expensive clothes and car. So, we all know that he lived a pretty fabulous life.
As indicated by IMDB, he got his first play in the Broadway adaptation of Steinbeck's novella "Of Mice and Men". And after his Broadway success, he moved to Hollywood to make his first debut in the comedy movie "Woman Chases Man". He was also spotted in the supporting actor role in Larceny, Inc. After many supporting roles, he was then seen in a film based on the popular novel named All the King's Men. The movie was super duper hit and he was listed in hit actor.
Broderick then appeared in many movies like “Scandal Sheet”, “Human Desire”, “II bidone”, “Between Heaven and Hell”, “The Fastest Gun Alive”, “Not as a Stranger” and much more. He was also spotted in the police drama "Highway Patrol" which ran for around four years.
Broderick Crawford continued his acting career almost up to his death. He passed away at the age of 74 on April 26, 1986, after a series of strokes.
During overall his career, he was received two awards in total. He was awarded "Academy Award for Best Actor" in the year 1950 for the "All the King's Men". In the same year, he also received Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture – Drama for "All the King's Men"