Orson Bean; the film, television, and stage actor with no doubt is the greatest legend of American entertainment industry. He made his first guest appearance on NBC Radio's weekly hot-jazz series 'The Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street' in the year 1952 and is still active.
From the year Orson Bean stepped in, he gained huge popularity and became one of the most wanted charms in the industry. Till now, he has done almost 100 films including TV series as well. He has won the heart of millions of people in his lifetime and will always be remembered for the work he has done.
This astonishing actor has done unforgettable works and is loved and respected by people from all over the world. Orson Bean frequent guest appearance on 'The Tonight Show' and being a regular panellist on 'To Tell the Truth' from the late 1950s to 1991 was one of his most loved shows.
Orson Bean total net worth is said to be $4,000,000. According to networthtomb, he gets $104,575 from his endorsement and sponsorships. His net worth during the year 2014 was $3,478,261. Orson main source of income is the movies he did, some of his main source of income are, Broadway Television Theatre $699,301, Westinghouse Studio One $568,182, The Blue Angel $432,900, Robert Montgomery Presents $324,675, Westinghouse Studio One $277,162 and The Elgin Hour $252,525.
Orson Bean even in his late age has done many works as he just appeared in the American TV sitcom Modern Family, in an episode, entitled 'Playdates'.
Orson Bean has also written some famous books like Me and the Orgone in 1972, Too Much Is Not Enough 1988, 25 Ways to Cook a Mouse for the Gourmet Cat in 1994 and M@il for Mickey in 2007. And to let ya peeps know, his books are also his one of the greatest sources of income.
After the NBC Radio guest appearance in 1952, he became the show's master of ceremonies for its final season. He then began his appearance in many game shows and was a regular panellist on 'To Tell the Truth' from the late 1950s to 1991. After certain time, he appeared in Super Password and Match Game and hosted a pilot for a revamped version of Concentration in 1985.
Orson Bean received, a Tony Award nomination as 'Best Featured Actor in a Musical' for his 1961 movie 'Subways Are For Sleeping' and in 1964 he produced the Obie Award-winning 'Home Movies' and appeared on Broadway in 'I Was Dancing'.
Orson Bean was most known for the soap opera he did during the 1990s like Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, Fernwood 2Nite, Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman and so on. He has also made his appearance in the sitcom series like Normal, Ohio, Two and a Half Men, How I Met Your Mother, Modern Family and in ABC series Desperate Housewives.