Alan Autry Net Worth

Alan Autry Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Carlos Alan Autry net worth is
$3 Million

Carlos Alan Autry Wiki Biography

Carlos Alan Autry was born on the 31st July 1952, in Shreveport, Louisiana USA, and is a former American Football player, later actor and politician. During his short career in football he was known as Carlos Brown. In 2000, he was elected Mayor of Fresno, California and served in the position for two terms, until 2009. As an actor, he is mostly known for portraying Captain Bubba Skinner in the television series “In the Heat of the Night” (1988 – 1995).

How much is the net worth of Alan Autry? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the outright size of his wealth is as much as $3 million, as of the data presented in late 2016.

Alan Autry Net Worth $3 Million

To begin with, he started playing American Football while still studying at high school. Autry was a star as a quarterback of the Riverdale Cowboys teams, then received a sports scholarship for studies at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, in which he played as a tight end. In the NFL Draft 1975, he was selected by the Green Bay Packers, however, he played as a starting quarterback for three games, but then decided to leave football to pursue an acting career.

Autry debuted as an actor appearing in the thriller film “Remember My Name” (1978) written and directed by Alan Rudolph. He was cast as the main in films including “North Dallas Forty” (1979), “Southern Comfort” (1981), “Dangerous Company” (1982) and “Brewster’s Millions” (1985). Alan starred alongside Ben Masters, Morgan Fairchild and Diane Salinger in the action thriller film “Street of Dreams” (1988) by William A. Graham. Autry landed the lead role in the independent western film “The Legend of Jake Kincaid” (2002) directed by Alan Autry himself. Additionally, he created many starring roles on television, including successively the Officer, Sergeant, Lieutenant and Captain Bubba Skinner in the series “In the Heat of the Night” (1988 – 1995), Rick Bradshaw in the series “Grace Under Fire” (1995 – 1996), Earl in “Style & Substance” (1998), and Butch McMann in “Sons of Thunder” (1999). What is more, he guest starred in a number of series including the recent “Hart of Dixie” (2015). All contributed to his net worth.

Furthermore, as a member of Republican Party he successfully participated in the elections for the position of Mayor of Fresno in 2000. After defeating the former Mayor Dan Whitehurst, he served in the above mentioned position for two terms – rules mean that he could not run for re-election. Autry managed to balance the budget of the city successfully and left his position having $18 million in reserve. Controversially, he wanted to ban gay marriage.

To conclude, all the above mentioned engagements have added significant sums to the total size of Alan Autry net worth.

Finally, in the personal life of Alan Autry, he has married twice; in 1980, he married Vicky Brown with whom he has one child -the two divorced in 1986. In 1994, he married Kimberlee Autry, and they have two children. Currently, the family resides in Fresno, California.

Full NameAlan Autry
Net Worth$3 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 31, 1952
Place Of BirthShreveport, Louisiana, United States
Height6' 3" (1.91 m)
Weight95 kg
ProfessionActor, Radio Host, Director, Writer, Former American Football player (quarterback, Riverdale Cowboys)
EducationUniversity , the Pacific in Stockton, California
SpouseKimberlee Autry (m. 1994), Vicky Brown (m. 1980–1986)
ChildrenLauren Autry, Heather Autry, Austin Autry
ParentsCarl Autry, Verna Brown
NominationsElected mayor of Fresno, California (2000-2009)
Movies“Remember My Name” (1978), “North Dallas Forty” (1979), “Southern Comfort” (1981), “Dangerous Company” (1982), “Brewster's Millions” (1985),“Street of Dreams” (1988), “The Legend of Jake Kincaid” (2002)
TV Shows“In the Heat of the Night” (1988 - 1995), “Grace Under Fire” (1995 – 1996), “Style & Substance” (1998), “Sons of Thunder” (1999),“Hart of Dixie” (2015)
1While it is true that we must seek value added industries like food processing plants and call center operations, we must do what is necessary to expand and develop our economic profile.
2I'll work overtime to open the doors of opportunity to industry and commerce.
3Every city across the country that has successfully renewed and revitalized itself points to a robust education system as its fundamental key to success.
4Leadership requires the courage to make decisions that will benefit the next generation.
5Leadership demands that we make tough choices.
6It cannot take decades to resurrect, we must act immediately with purpose and enthusiasm to rebuild.
7The key to truly rebuilding our central city on a vital and sustainable foundation is people.
8We need innovation in education and dedication to the task before us.
9You don't need a city charter to know that education is the foundation of any community.
10A multi-purpose stadium is an absolute must in order to invigorate our downtown and, simultaneously, let the rest of the country witness that we can get things done.
11There has been much talk referencing what I consider conceptual reports like the Landscape of Choice and documents created as a result of the Great Valley Center.
12High tech companies that focus on research, development and production will learn that they can be the perfect complement to our world-renowned agriculture heritage.
13I will lobby tirelessly in cooperation with other mayors around the country to insure that federal funding for our recently added police officers continues.
14In fact, even the perception of a resurgence in crime can be enough to paralyze business momentum and destroy the sense of security that a vibrant and progressive city requires.
15We can no longer let the threat of an early frost send a chill of fear throughout a large portion of our workforce. Diversification is the only answer.
16We must do more to protect our neighborhoods and give integrity to our community plans.
17I support public and private partnerships whenever appropriate in order to achieve our goal of a prosperous and vibrant downtown.
18All of the factors that make up a quality city - safe streets, high paying jobs, strong neighborhoods, etc. - emanate from a strong educational premise.
19I am convinced that your Mayor must take the leadership role in education too.
20I do not believe that defending traditional marriage between one man and one woman excludes anybody or usurps anybody's civil rights and denies anybody their civil rights.
21I'll continue to work to ensure that safety and I am honored to have earned the endorsement of the men and women who provide public safety in our city.
22Nothing is more devastating to a community than out-of-control crime.
23We must be willing to courageously invest in our city.
24Your Mayor must seek new ways to bring jobs and industry to our community.
1He will seek a second term as the Mayor of Fresno. After the candidate he endorsed to take his place dropped out of the race, he searched for a suitable replacement. When he could not find the right candidate he felt obligated to run again. On Friday December 5, 2003 he filed election papers and took the oath all candidates must take to enter the race. [December 2003]
2He is in his second term as Mayor of Fresno. His term will expire in January 2009. [March 2007]
3In addition to serving as Mayor of Fresno, California, Autry is CEO of Autry Entertainment Group, a production company also headquartered in Fresno. [July 2008]
4Mayor of Fresno, California. Term expires in 2005. [January 2002]
5Daughter Heather Autry has appeared on Grace Under Fire (1993). Wife Kimberlee Autry and son 'Austin Autry' has appeared in The Legend of Jake Kincaid (2002).
6He was appointed to the California State Film Commission by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2006.
7Alan's mother Verna Duty passed away in March of 2007. His stepfather Joe Duty died in 1972.
8His biological father was Carl Autry. His mother was Verna Brown. They divorced when he was around a year old. His mother married stepfather Joe Duty when he was six years old.
9Originally said he wouldn't run for re-election as mayor of Fresno, CA, in 2004 when his term expired, but changed his mind and on March 2, 2004 easily won re-election with over 72% of the vote. He changed his mind about running again after the candidate he endorsed as his replacement dropped out of the race. His second term expired in January 2009.
10Was elected mayor of Fresno, CA, on 7 November 2000, for a four-year term.
11His daughter Lauren Autry can be seen In the Heat of the Night (1988) episode "Every Man's Family" as the little girl in the park who comes up to Bubba (Autry) and says "Hey, mister, can we have our frisbee back?" She also appeared with him in The Legend of Jake Kincaid (2002).
12Alan has a daughter, Lauren Autry (b. 1981), with his first wife, Vicky Brown. Wife Kimberlee Autry has a daughter Heather Autry (b. 1986) from a previous marriage. Alan and Kimberlee met in 1990 and were married in 1994. Together, they have a son, Austin Autry (b. 1996).
13Under the name Carlos Brown, played for the National Football League's Green Bay Packers (1975-1976) and the Canadian Football League's British Columbia Lions (1978).


Victory by Submission2016completedHank Hendricks
Hart of Dixie2013-2015TV SeriesMayor Gainey Mayor Todd Gainey, Sr. Todd Gainey Sr.
Forgiven2011/IJake Kincaid
The Legend of Jake Kincaid2002TV MovieJake Kincaid
Sons of Thunder1999TV SeriesMarion 'Butch' McMann
Style & Substance1998TV SeriesEarl
Wolf Pack1996TV Movie
Grace Under Fire1995-1996TV SeriesRick Bradshaw
Intruders1992TV SeriesJoe Wilkes
The Big One: The Great Los Angeles Earthquake1990TV MovieMatt
Street of Dreams1988TV MovieMaury Fields
The Facts of Life1988TV SeriesClark Darrin
Proud Men1987TV MovieBrian Winoon
World Gone Wild1987Hank
Amazing Grace and Chuck1987George
Destination America1987TV MovieLarry Leathergood
House1986Cop #3
Blue de Ville1986TV MovieSgt. Auggie Valentine
Tall Tales & Legends1986TV SeriesButch
The A-Team1983-1986TV SeriesMike 'The Hammer' Horn / Gary Crenshaw
St. Elsewhere1986TV SeriesJohn Corzinsky
Newhart1986TV SeriesEd McKendrick
At Close Range1986Ernie
The Eagle and the Bear1985TV Movie
Webster1985TV SeriesJack
Roadhouse 661985Hoot
Brewster's Millions1985Biff Brown
O.C. and Stiggs1985Goon
Hunter1984TV SeriesWhitey McFee
The Dukes of Hazzard1981-1984TV SeriesHurley / Dawson
The Mississippi1983TV Series
Cheers1983TV SeriesTom Kenderson
Lone Star1983TV MovieRanger George McCollum
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers1982TV SeriesJ.T.
Best of the West1982TV Series
Dangerous Company1982TV MovieDonald Robinette (as Carlos Brown)
Southern Comfort1981Bowden (as Carlos Brown)
Popeye1980Slug - a Tough (as Carlos Brown)
Rage!1980TV MovieMan #B
North Dallas Forty1979Balford (as Carlos Brown)
Hello, Larry1979TV SeriesMax
Remember My Name1978Rusty (as Carlos Brown)


Victory by Submission2016completed
The Legend of Jake Kincaid2002TV Movie


Victory by Submission2016completed
The Legend of Jake Kincaid2002TV Movie


Victory by Submission2016executive producer completed
The Legend of Jake Kincaid2002TV Movie producer


In the Heat of the Night1991TV Series performer - 1 episode


Gene Autry: White Hat, Silver Screen2007TV Movie documentary special thanks


The Encampments2018Documentary filmingHimself - Mayor of Fresno
The Fight for Water: A Farm Worker Struggle2014DocumentaryHimself - Former Mayor
Hannity2009TV SeriesHimself
Gene Autry: White Hat, Silver Screen2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
PBS NewsHour2006TV SeriesHimself
Hannity & Colmes2005TV SeriesHimself
Lou Dobbs Tonight2005TV SeriesHimself
Praise the Lord2003TV SeriesHimself
Crook & Chase1991TV SeriesHimself - Guest star
25th Annual Country Music Association Awards1991TV SpecialHimself
The 26th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards1991TV SpecialHimself
VideoMorning1990TV SeriesHimself - Guest star (1991)

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