Charles Butt Net Worth

Charles Butt Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Charles Butt net worth is
$11.1 Billion

Charles Butt Wiki Biography

Charles Clarence Butt is an American grocer who took over his family's San Antonio-based H-E-B supermarket chain in 1971. The privately held company now has more than 300 stores and $17 billion in sales, according to Forbes magazine.

Net Worth$11.1 Billion
Date Of BirthFebruary 3, 1938
Place Of BirthSan Antonio, Texas, United States
ProfessionBusinessperson, Grocer
EducationHarvard Business School
NationalityUnited States of America
ChildrenHoward Edward Butt Sr.
ParentsMary Elizabeth Butt
1Graduated from Notre Dame's law school in 1924 and passed the bar but decided against a law career and moved into journalism.
2A one-time news reporter for the Chicago American and New York Times, his talents as a writer were instrumental in establishing solid friendships with journalist Heywood Hale Broun and humorist Frank Sullivan, who helped him find initial work on radio.
3Appeared in several jazz-age Broadway musicals, including "Allez Oop (1927), "Good Boy" (1928) and "Sweet Adeline" (1929), before making films.
4Died of a fractured skull when he lost control of his speeding convertible on Sunset Boulevard and crashed into a lamp post.
5Close friends included fellow humorist Robert Benchley and Corey Ford.
6Was engaged to actress Natalie Schafer, who played Mrs. Thurston Howell III on Gilligan's Island (1964), at the time of his tragic death.
7Buried in St. Joseph Valley cemetery in his hometown of South Bend, Indiana.
8Although his death in a single automobile crash was listed an accident, some say that Butterworth was extremely despondent over the death of close friend Robert Benchley a few months earlier and deliberately crashed his speeding car.
9Twenty years later, became the inspiration for cereal icon Cap'n Crunch.


Dixie Jamboree1944Professor
Bermuda Mystery1944Dr. Randolph Tilford
Follow the Boys1944Louie Fairweather
The Sultan's Daughter1943Sultan of Araband
Always a Bridesmaid1943Col. Thaddeus Winchester
This Is the Army1943Eddie Dibble
Give Out, Sisters1942Prof. Woof
Night in New Orleans1942Edward Wallace
What's Cookin'?1942J. P. Courtney
There's Nothing to It1941Short
Sis Hopkins1941Horace Hopkins
Road Show1941Harry Whitman
Blonde Inspiration1941'Bittsy' Conway
Second Chorus1940Mr. Chisholm
The Boys from Syracuse1940Duke of Ephesus
Let Freedom Ring1939The Mackerel
Thanks for the Memory1938/IIBiney
Hollywood Handicap1938ShortCharlie Butterworth (as Charlie Butterworth)
Every Day's a Holiday1937Larmadou Graves
Swing High, Swing Low1937Harry
Rainbow on the River1936Barrett
We Went to College1936Glenn Harvey
Half Angel1936Doc Felix
The Moon's Our Home1936Horace Van Steedan
Magnificent Obsession1935Tommy Masterson
Orchids to You1935Teddy Stuyvesant
Baby Face Harrington1935Willie
The Night Is Young1935Willy Fitch
Forsaking All Others1934Shemp
Student Tour1934Ethelred Lippincott - Professor of Philosophy
Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back1934Algy 'Mousey' Longworth
Hollywood Party1934Harvey Clemp
The Cat and the Fiddle1934Charles
My Weakness1933Gerald Gregory
The Nuisance1933Floppy Phil Montague
Love Me Tonight1932Count de Savignac
Beauty and the Boss1932Ludwig Pfeffer Jr.
Manhattan Parade1931Herbert T. Herbert
The Mad Genius1931Karimsky
Side Show1931Sidney
The Bargain1931Geoffrey
The Stolen Jools1931ShortClaiming to Be Louise Frazenda
Illicit1931Georgie Evans
The Life of the Party1930Colonel Joy
Ladies of Leisure1930Party Guest (uncredited)
Vital Subjects1929Short


This Is the Army1943performer: "Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning"
Second Chorus1940performer: "Beautiful Dreamer" - uncredited
Let Freedom Ring1939"Love Serenade" 1939 / performer: "Dusty Road" 1939
Swing High, Swing Low1937performer: "I Hear a Call to Arms" 1937, "Bridal Chorus Here Comes the Bride" 1850 - uncredited
We Went to College1936performer: "Alma Mater" - uncredited
Baby Face Harrington1935performer: "Hiking, Hiking, Hiking" - uncredited
The Night Is Young1935performer: "My Old Mare" 1935, "The Noble Duchess" 1935 - uncredited
Forsaking All Others1934performer: "Row Row Row Your Boat" - uncredited
The Cat and the Fiddle1934performer: "A New Love is Old" 1931, "Try to Forget" 1931 - uncredited
Love Me Tonight1932performer: "Mimi" 1932 - uncredited


Meet the Stars #5: Hollywood Meets the Navy1941Documentary shortHimself

Archive Footage

Screen Snapshots: Memories of Famous Hollywood Comedians1952Documentary short

Won Awards

1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 7036 Hollywood Blvd.

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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