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Michael Landon Jr. Wiki Biography
Born Michael Graham Landon on the 20th June 1964, in Encino, California USA, he is an actor, writer, director and producer as well, best known to the world for directing and writing such successful films as “Love Comes Softly”, “Love’s Enduring Promise” and “Love’s Abiding Joy” (2006), among other accomplishments.
Have you ever wondered how rich Michael Landon Jr. is, as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Landon’s wealth is as high as $8 million, an amount earned through his successful career in the world of entertainment, active since the early ‘90s.
Michael Landon Jr. Net Worth $8 Million
Michael is the second oldest of four children born to Michael Landon and his second wife, Lynn Noe. He has three siblings, Leslie, Christopher who is also an actor, and Shawna.
Unfortunately, little is known about Michael’s early years and education, despite becoming a Hollywood star.
His acting career began when he was in his teens, appearing in one of the episodes of the highly successful TV series “Little House on the Prairie”, in which his father was the lead star.
Years later, he portrayed Benjamin “Benj’ Cartwright in the television film “Bonanza: The Next Generation”, and played the same character in two other films “Bonanza: The Return” (1993), for which he also wrote the script, and “Bonanza” Under Attack” (1995). He didn’t focus much on his acting career after that, but instead nurtured all other filmmaking abilities.
His directorial debut was the documentary “Michael Landon: Memories with Laughter and Love” in 1991, and then eight years later, he directed the film “Michael Landon, the Father I Knew”. He then developed a series of television films, the first of which came out in 2003, the romantic drama “Love Comes Softly” starring Katherine Heigl, Dale Midkiff and Corbin Bernsen. The film had four sequels “Love’s Enduring Promise” (2004), “Love’s Long Journey” (2005), “Love’s Abiding Joy” (2006), and “Love’s Unfolding Dream”, all of which he wrote, and directed, except for the last installment, as Harvey Frost was given duties of directing, since Michael worked on another drama “The Last Sin Eater”, which had Louis Fletcher, Henry Thomas and Liana Liberato in the lead roles. Two years later, Michael directed the animated family fantasy “The Velveteen Rabbit”, and in 2011 he directed another television film “The Shunning”, which added further to his net worth.
His next creation was the television film “The Confession” (2013), a drama based on the same-titled novel by Beverly Lewis, which is a sequel to the previous film directed, “The Shunning”.
Since 2014, Michael has been working on the TV drama series “When Calls the Heart” (2014-2017), about a young school teacher leaving the big city to teach in a small mining town.
He has served as a producer for all his creations, but has also added several titles to his name, such as the drama “Saving Sarah Cain” in 2007, then the western “Love Takes Wing” (2009), and its sequel “Love Finds a Home” the same year, plus most recently the family drama “Heaven Sent” (2016), all of which have added to his net worth.
Regarding his personal life, Michael has been married to Sharee Gregory since 1987; the couple has three children together.
|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Date Of Birth||June 20, 1964|
|Place Of Birth||Encino, Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Education||University of Southern California|
|Children||Ashley Landon, Brittany Landon, Austin Landon|
|Parents||Michael Landon, Lynn Noe|
|Siblings||Leslie Landon, Jennifer Landon, Mark Landon, Christopher B. Landon, Shawna Landon, Sean Matthew Landon, Josh Fraser Landon, Cheryl Ann Pontrelli|
|1||Rural period settings|
|1||Brother-in-law of Natalie Gregory.|
|2||Married to actress Sharee Gregory, since December 1987, and they have 3 children together -- two daughters, Ashley Landon and Brittany Landon, and one son, Austin Landon.|
|3||Took Melissa Gilbert to her senior prom.|
|4||Son of Michael Landon and Marjorie Lynn Noe.|
|5||Half-brother of Jennifer Landon, Sean Landon, Mark Landon and Josh Landon|
|6||Brother of Christopher Landon, Leslie Landon, and Shawna Landon|
|When Calls the Heart||2014-2017||TV Series executive producer - 37 episodes|
|Heaven Sent||2016||TV Movie producer|
|The Reckoning||2015||TV Movie executive producer|
|When Calls the Heart||2013||TV Movie executive producer|
|The Confession||2013||TV Movie executive producer|
|The Shunning||2011||TV Movie executive producer|
|Love Finds a Home||2009||TV Movie co-executive producer|
|Love Takes Wing||2009||TV Movie co-executive producer|
|The Velveteen Rabbit||2009||producer|
|Love's Unfolding Dream||2007||TV Movie co-executive producer|
|Saving Sarah Cain||2007||producer|
|Love's Unending Legacy||2007||TV Movie co-executive producer|
|The Last Sin Eater||2007||producer|
|Love's Abiding Joy||2006||co-executive producer|
|Love's Long Journey||2005||TV Movie co-executive producer|
|Love's Enduring Promise||2004||TV Movie co-executive producer|
|Love Comes Softly||2003||TV Movie co-executive producer|
|Michael Landon: Memories with Laughter and Love||1991||Video documentary producer|
|Heaven Sent||2016||TV Movie|
|When Calls the Heart||2014||TV Series 4 episodes|
|When Calls the Heart||2013||TV Movie|
|The Ultimate Life||2013|
|The Confession||2013||TV Movie|
|The Shunning||2011||TV Movie|
|The Velveteen Rabbit||2009|
|Saving Sarah Cain||2007|
|The Last Sin Eater||2007|
|Love's Abiding Joy||2006|
|Love's Long Journey||2005||TV Movie|
|Love's Enduring Promise||2004||TV Movie|
|Love Comes Softly||2003||TV Movie|
|Michael Landon, the Father I Knew||1999||TV Movie|
|Michael Landon: Memories with Laughter and Love||1991||Video documentary|
|When Calls the Heart||2014||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|When Calls the Heart||2013||TV Movie teleplay|
|The Confession||2013||TV Movie teleplay|
|The Velveteen Rabbit||2009||story|
|Love's Unfolding Dream||2007||TV Movie teleplay|
|The Last Sin Eater||2007||screenplay|
|Love's Abiding Joy||2006||teleplay / television story|
|Love's Long Journey||2005||TV Movie teleplay|
|Love's Enduring Promise||2004||TV Movie teleplay|
|Love Comes Softly||2003||TV Movie teleplay|
|Michael Landon, the Father I Knew||1999||TV Movie story|
|Bonanza: The Return||1993||TV Movie story|
|Bonanza: Under Attack||1995||TV Movie||Benjamin 'Benj' Cartwright|
|Back to Bonanza||1993||TV Movie||Host|
|Bonanza: The Return||1993||TV Movie||Benjamin 'Benj' Cartwright|
|Bonanza: The Next Generation||1988||TV Movie||Benjamin 'Benj' Cartwright|
|Little House on the Prairie||1977||TV Series||Jim|
|The Last Sin Eater||2007|
|Home & Family||2015||TV Series||Himself|
|Fox and Friends||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|Bonanza||2001-2002||TV Series documentary||Joe Cartwright|
|One on One with John Tesh||1991||TV Series||Himself|
|Michael Landon: Memories with Laughter and Love||1991||Video documentary||Himself|
|2016||Bronze Telly||Telly Awards||Entertainment||The Reckoning (2015)|
|2016||Bronze Telly||Telly Awards||Spirituality||The Reckoning (2015)|
|2010||Crystal Heart Award||Heartland Film Festival||Dramatic Short||Jamaa (2011)|
|2006||Camie||Character and Morality in Entertainment Awards||Love's Long Journey (2005)|
|2005||Camie||Character and Morality in Entertainment Awards||Love's Enduring Promise (2004)|
|2003||Camie||Character and Morality in Entertainment Awards||Love Comes Softly (2003)|
|2014||Dove||GMA Dove Awards||Most Inspirational Film||When Calls the Heart (2013)|