Actor: Robert Morse Death Cause And Obituary
Robert Morse, featured in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" and "Mad Men," passed away at the age of 90.
On Wednesday night, Morse's son Charlie told Eyewitness News that his father had died.
He also made an appearance on AMC's "Mad Men." He received five Emmy nods for his role as Bertram Cooper in the sitcom.
He earned his second Tony Award in 1992. It was for his role as Truman Capote in the film "Tru."
He returned to Broadway at the age of 85 to perform alongside Nathan Lane in the 2016 revival of "The Front Page."
Who Is Robert Morse Wife?
Robert Morse has two wives: Elizabeth Roberts and Carole D'Andrea.
Robert married Carole in 1961 and divorced in 1981. He married Elizabeth in 1989.
Carole D'Andrea was a dancer in West Side Story's original Broadway production and film.
He went to various schools until finding his calling in Henry Lasker, a theatre instructor at Newton High School.
After graduation, he left home to pursue his dream of becoming an actor in New York City, where he joined his older brother Richard.
He had an uncredited role in William Holden and Deborah Kerr's film The Proud and Profane (1956).
Meet Robert Morse Children
Robin Morse, Andrea Doven, and Hilary Morse are three of Robert Morse's five children; the identities of the other two children have not been revealed.
Robin was born in New York City, New York, on July 8, 1963. Robin is an actress who has appeared in films such as The First Wives Club (1996), As the World Turns (1956), and A Woman Called Jackie (1991).
Andrea is a motivated, industrious executive with exceptional leadership, administrative, and problem-solving skills and a proven track record of successfully developing and managing/handling personnel at all levels (excellent people skills).
Hilary was born in New York City, New York, on February 9, 1966. Hilary is an actress who has appeared in films such as Girlfriend from Hell (1989), I Know My First Name Is Steven (1989), and The Bronx Zoo (1989). (1987).
What Was Robert Morse Net Worth At The Time Of His Death?
According to reliable sources, Robert Morse's overall net worth is estimated to be around $5 million.
While still in high school, Robert Morse began his acting and directing career in school plays.
In 1949, he made his professional acting debut in "On the Town," as Gabey. He subsequently moved to Manhattan, where he began working as a salesman and lighting contractor.