Milburn Stone Net Worth

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Hugh Milburn “Milly” Stone was born on 5 July 1904, in Harvey County, Kansas USA, and was an actor, probably best known for his work in the CBS western television show entitled “Gunsmoke”, in which he played Dr. Galen “Doc” Adams. He was active in the industry from 1919 up to his death in 1980. All of his efforts helped put his net worth to where it is today.

How rich is Milburn Stone? As of late-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $500,000, mostly earned through a successful career in acting. He also did various film and radio work over the course of his career. These achievements ensured the position of his wealth during his time.

Milburn Stone Net Worth $500,000

Milburn attended Burrton High School and during his time there, played basketball. He was also active in the school’s drama club and sang in a barbershop quartet. He was given a congressional appointment to the US Naval Academy, but turned it down to pursue a career in acting.

Stone then made his stage debut in 1919, later venturing into vaudeville including various song and dance acts. In the 1930s, he began appearing in Broadway shows such as “Jayhawker” and “Around the Corner”. He then moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting on the big screen, appearing in films such as “Chasing Trouble” and “Colorado”, in which he played Roy Rogers’ brother gone wrong. In 1939, he appeared in “Blackwell’s Island” in an uncredited role before being cast in “Gung Ho!” and “Prison Mutiny” both of which were released in 1943. He signed a contract with Universal Pictures to become a part of “Sherlock Holmes Faces Death” and “Jungle Woman”, then had a starring role in 1945’s “Master Key” before getting a featured role in “The Frozen Ghost”.

His net worth started to increase significantly with numerous projects coming his way.

In 1955, Milburn then joined the television adaptation of the Western series “Gunsmoke”, in which he played Doc Adams. He stayed with the show for its entire run spanning two decades, appearing in a total of 604 episodes alongside James Arness, Dennis Weaver, Ken Curtis and Howard McNear, and which raised his net worth even further.

Thanks to his success, he was given numerous honors throughout his career, including an Emmy Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Drama thanks to his performance in “Gunsmoke”. He also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and was also posthumously inducted into the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s Western Performers Hall of Fame.

For his personal life, it is known that Milburn married Ellen Morrison in 1925 and their marriage lasted until her death in 1937; they had a daughter. Two years later, he married Jane Garrison but their marriage only lasted for a year, however, they re-married in 1941, and remained so until Milburn’s death. In 1971, Milburn underwent heart bypass surgery, but nine years later, he suffered a heart attack and passed away. He was survived by Jane Garrison and his daughter.

Full NameMilburn Stone
Net Worth$500,000
Date Of BirthJuly 5, 1904
DiedJune 12, 1980, La Jolla, California, United States
Place Of BirthHarvey County, Kansas USA
Height1.73 m
EducationBurrton High School
SpouseJane Garrison (m. 1941–1980), Jane Garrison (m. 1939–1940), Ellen Morrison (m. 1925–1937)
ChildrenShirley Stone
ParentsLaura Belfield Stone, Herbert Mack Stone
SiblingsCharles Joseph Stone
AwardsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
MoviesThe Great Alaskan Mystery, Young Mr. Lincoln, The Master Key, Before They Were Stars - Gung Ho, Sherlock Holmes Faces Death, Captive Wild Woman, Jungle Woman, The Frozen Ghost, Chasing Trouble, The Long Gray Line, The Long Gray Line
TV ShowsGunsmoke
1Was at one time a singer with Harry James and His Orchestra.
2In 1961, he sold his residual rights of Gunsmoke (1955) to CBS for $100,000.
3Brother of Charles Joseph Stone.
4Inducted (as a cast member of Gunsmoke (1955)) into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1981.
5Wife Jane Garrison: b. 23 November 1912, Hutchinson, Kansas, USA; d. 20 October 2002, Rancho Santa Fe, California, USA.
6Nephew of Fred Stone, cousin of Paula Stone.


Gunsmoke1955-1975TV SeriesDoc Doc Adams
Climax!1958TV SeriesMr. Dale
Drango1957Col. Bracken
Front Row Center1956TV SeriesLt. Lennon
The Private War of Major Benson1955Maj. Gen. Wilton J. Ramsey
TV Reader's Digest1955TV SeriesBrewster
Smoke Signal1955Sgt. Miles
White Feather1955Commissioner Trenton
The Man Behind the Badge1955TV SeriesGrady Norton
The Long Gray Line1955Capt. John Pershing
Black Tuesday1954Father Slocum
Siege at Red River1954Sgt. Benjamin 'Benjy' Guderman
Racket Squad1951-1953TV SeriesMorgan Crowley
Arrowhead1953Sandy MacKinnon
Second Chance1953Edward Dawson
Pickup on South Street1953Detective Winoki
Invaders from Mars1953Capt. Roth
The Sun Shines Bright1953Horace K. Maydew
Fireside Theatre1952TV SeriesColonel
Dragnet1952TV SeriesCapt. R. A. Lohrman
The Savage1952Cpl. Martin
The Atomic City1952Insp. Harold Mann
The Racket1951Member of Craig's Team (uncredited)
Flying Leathernecks1951Fleet CIC Radio Operator (uncredited)
Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok1951TV Series
Operation Pacific1951Ground Control Officer (uncredited)
The Fireball1950Jeff Davis
Snow Dog1950Dr. F. J. McKenzie
No Man of Her Own1950Plainclothesman
Calamity Jane and Sam Bass1949Abe Jones
The Sky Dragon1949Capt. Tim Norton
The Green Promise1949Rev. Benton
The Judge1949Martin Strang
Train to Alcatraz1948Bart Kanin
Heading for Heaven1947Elwood Harding
Killer McCoy1947Henchman (uncredited)
Cass Timberlane1947Nestor Purdwin (uncredited)
Killer Dill1947Maboose
Time Out of Mind1947Stage Manager (uncredited)
Buck Privates Come Home1947Announcer
Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman1947Raven Club Announcer (voice, uncredited)
The Michigan Kid1947Lanny Slade
Little Miss Big1946Father Lennergan
Danger Woman1946Gerald King
Inside Job1946District Attorney Sutton
Her Adventurous Night1946Cop #1
Strange Conquest1946Bert Morrow
The Spider Woman Strikes Back1946Mr. Moore
Little Giant1946Prof. Watkins (voice, uncredited)
Smooth as Silk1946John Kimble
The Scarlet Horseman1946Narrator (voice, uncredited)
The Daltons Ride Again1945Parker W. Graham
The Royal Mounted Rides Again1945Brad Taggart
Strange Confession1945Stevens
The Beautiful Cheat1945Lucius Haven
On Stage Everybody1945Fitzgerald
The Frozen Ghost1945George Keene
Swing Out, Sister1945Tim Colby
The Master Key1945Agent Tom Brant
I'll Remember April1945Willie Winchester
She Gets Her Man1945'Tommy Gun' Tucker
Enemy Bacteria1945ShortDoctor
Jungle Woman1944Fred Mason
Twilight on the Prairie1944Gainsworth
Gambler's Choice1944Doctor (unconfirmed, uncredited)
The Great Alaskan Mystery1944Jim Hudson
Moon Over Las Vegas1944Jim Bradley
Hi, Good Lookin'!1944Bill Eaton
Prices Unlimited1944Short
Hat Check Honey1944David Courtland
Weird Woman1944Radio Announcer (voice, uncredited)
Phantom Lady1944District Attorney (voice)
Strange Confession1944Chauzel
'Gung Ho!': The Story of Carlson's Makin Island Raiders1943Cmdr. Blake
The Mad Ghoul1943Macklin
Corvette K-2251943Canadian Captain (uncredited)
Sherlock Holmes Faces Death1943Captain Vickery
Destroyer1943Radioman (uncredited)
Get Going1943Mr. Tuttle
Captive Wild Woman1943Fred Mason
Keep 'Em Slugging1943Duke Redman
Submarine Alert1943Lt. Winston - Naval Intelligence (uncredited)
You Can't Beat the Law1943Frank Sanders
Silent Witness1943Racketeer Joe Manson
Eyes in the Night1942Detective Pete (uncredited)
Police Bullets1942Johnny Reilly
Invisible Agent1942German Sergeant (uncredited)
Rubber Racketeers1942Angel
Pacific Rendezvous1942Park Hotel Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Reap the Wild Wind1942Lieutenant Farragut
Frisco Lil1942Mike
No Hands on the Clock1941FBI Man (uncredited)
Death Valley Outlaws1941Jeff
The Great Train Robbery1941Duke Logan
The Phantom Cowboy1941Stan Borden
American Portrait1940ShortGeorge
The Great Plane Robbery1940Krebber
Give Us Wings1940Tex Austin
Colorado1940Don Burke - alias Capt. Donald Mason
Public Deb No. 11940Reporter (uncredited)
Buyer Beware1940ShortFredericks (uncredited)
Lillian Russell1940Jack - Reporter (uncredited)
An Angel from Texas1940'Pooch' Davis (uncredited)
Enemy Agent1940Meeker
Johnny Apollo1940Main Reporter (uncredited)
Framed1940Mathew Mattison
Chasing Trouble1940Pat Callahan
Charlie McCarthy, Detective1939Joe Felton (uncredited)
The Big Guy1939Publicity man (uncredited)
Nick Carter, Master Detective1939Dave Krebs
Crashing Thru1939Delos Harrington
Fighting Mad1939Cardigan
Danger Flight1939Skeeter Milligan
Sky Patrol1939Skeeter Milligan
Tropic Fury1939Thomas E. Snell (as Milburne Stone)
When Tomorrow Comes1939Head Busboy (uncredited)
Stunt Pilot1939'Skeeter' Milligan
Young Mr. Lincoln1939Stephen A. Douglas (uncredited)
Blind Alley1939Nick
Mystery Plane1939'Skeeter' Milligan
The Spirit of Culver1939Instructor (uncredited)
Society Smugglers1939Peter Garfield
Tail Spin1939Kansas City Mechanic (uncredited)
King of the Turf1939Taylor
Made for Each Other1939Newark Official (uncredited)
Blackwell's Island1939Max (deputy commissioner) (uncredited)
California Frontier1938Mal Halstead
The Storm1938Hagen - officer on SS Orion (uncredited)
Paroled from the Big House1938Commissioner Downey
Wives Under Suspicion1938Kirk
Sinners in Paradise1938Honeyman
Come Across1938ShortLee Darcy - Gang Member (uncredited)
Port of Missing Girls1938Jim Benton
Mr. Boggs Steps Out1938Burns
Federal Bullets1937Tommy Thompson, Federal Agent
Music for Madame1937Detective (uncredited)
Youth on Parole1937Ratty
Atlantic Flight1937Henry Wadsworth 'Pokey' Schultz
Reported Missing1937Radio operator (uncredited)
Blazing Barriers1937Joe Waters
The 13th Man1937Jimmy Moran
You Can't Beat Love1937Reporter Wilson (uncredited)
The Wildcatter1937Ed
The Man in Blue1937Henchman 'Dutch'
Wings Over Honolulu1937Telephone Operator (uncredited)
They Gave Him a Gun1937Defense Attorney (uncredited)
Swing It Professor1937Lou Morgan
A Doctor's Diary1937Fred Clark
Three Smart Girls1936Telegraph Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Banjo on My Knee1936Eddie - Sailor (uncredited)
The Accusing Finger1936Convict (uncredited)
The Man I Marry1936Stage manager (uncredited)
Rose Bowl1936Booster Club Band Member (uncredited)
Two in a Crowd1936Kennedy (uncredited)
Murder with Pictures1936Operator (uncredited)
The Three Mesquiteers1936John
China Clipper1936Radio Operator
Nobody's Fool1936Clerk (uncredited)
The Princess Comes Across1936American Reporter (uncredited)
The Milky Way1936Reporter (uncredited)
The Fighting Marines1935Red - Henchman [Ch. 2,4-7,10,11] (uncredited)
Rendezvous1935Carter's Aide (uncredited)
His Night Out1935Salesman (uncredited)
Cheers of the Crowd1935Reporter (uncredited)
Ladies Crave Excitement1935Sailor (uncredited)


Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge1987TV Movie dedicatee: in memory of


When the West Was Fun: A Western Reunion1979TV Movie documentaryHimself
Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Dennis Weaver1976TV SpecialHimself
The World of Sport Fishing1972DocumentaryHimself
This Is Your Life1972TV SeriesHimself
Project XX1970TV Series documentaryNarrator
The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour1970TV SeriesHimself
The Dean Martin Show1969TV SeriesHimself
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall1961TV SeriesHimself - Guest

Archive Footage

Svengoolie2015TV SeriesFred Mason
Pioneers of Television2011TV Mini-Series documentaryDoc Adams from Gunsmoke
Television: The First Fifty Years1999Video documentaryDoc Adams
Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge1987TV MovieDr. Galen Adams (flashback sequence) (uncredited)
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Henry Fonda1978TV Special documentaryActor 'Young Mr. Lincoln' (uncredited)
The Secret of Wendel Samson1966ShortDr. Galen 'Doc' Adams
Behind Southern Lines1952

Won Awards

1972Bronze WranglerWestern Heritage AwardsFictional Television DramaGunsmoke (1955)
1968Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a DramaGunsmoke (1955)
1967Bronze WranglerWestern Heritage AwardsFictional Television DramaGunsmoke (1955)
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionOn 8 February 1960. At 6823 Hollywood Blvd.

Nominated Awards

1972Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Supporting Actor - TelevisionGunsmoke (1955)

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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