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Mitch Vogel Wiki/Biography
Mitchel L. Vogel was born on the 17th January 1956, in Alhambra, California USA, and is a former child actor, who is probably best recognized for starring in the role of Jamie Hunter Cartwright in the TV series “Bonanza” (1968-1973), playing Lucius McCaslin in the film “The Reivers” (1969), and as Tom Parker in the TV film “Born Innocent” (1974). His professional acting career spanned 1967 to 1978.
So, have you ever wondered how rich Mitch Vogel is, as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Mitch’s net worth is over $500,000, accumulated through his successful involvement in the entertainment industry.
Mitch Vogel Net Worth $500,000
Mitch Vogel spent his childhood in his hometown. As his professional acting career began when he was ten years old, he had to attend Heinz Kaiser Junior High School in Costa Mesa, California from 1969 to 1970, after which he moved to Burbank, California, where he matriculated from Jordan Junior High School.
At the beginning of his acting career, Mitch appeared in a number of stage productions, such as “The Wizard Of Oz”, “Heidi”, “Tom Sawyer”, and “Peter Pan” among many others. In 1968, he made his debut film appearance in the role of Tommy North in “Yours, Mine And Ours”, starring alongside such actors as Henry Fonda and Lucille Ball. During the same year, he was selected to play Jamie Hunter Cartwright in the hit TV series “Bonanza”, which lasted until 1973. Moreover, he starred in the role of Lucius McCaslin alongside Steve McQueen and Sharon Farrell in the 1969 film “The Reivers”, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe award in the category as the Best Supporting Actor. Then during the next year, he was cast as Jamie McIver in the TV film “Menace On The Mountain”, played Jimmy Atkinson in another TV film entitled “Quarantined”, and was also chosen to reprise the role of Jamie McIver in the TV series “Walt Disney’s Wonderful World Of Color” (1970-1971). All of these roles added a considerable amount to his net worth.
In 1971, Mitch appeared as Jeannot Boudreau in the TV film “The Boy From Dead Man’s Bayou”, followed by guest-starring in the TV series “Police Surgeon”. During the following year, he starred in the role of Tom Parker in the TV film “Born Innocent”, and he was also chosen to be a cast in the TV series “Little House On The Prairie” for a season, and in the TV series “Insight”, until 1977. To speak further about his acting career, Mitch guest-starred in such TV series as “Doc Elliot” (1974), “Petrocelli” (1975) and “The Quest” (1976). Before he decided to leave the entertainment industry in 1978, he appeared in the role of Dale McCarthy in the film “Texas Detour”. All of these roles increased his net worth by a large margin.
When he quit his professional acting career, Mitch began to direct church plays and appear in them. Beside that, he also started singing in his own band.
When it comes to speak about his personal life, Mitch Vogel has been married to Christine Gilles since 1985; the couple has two daughters together. His current residence is in Los Angeles, California.
|Full Name||Mitch Vogel|
|Date Of Birth||January 17, 1956|
|Place Of Birth||Alhambra, California, United States|
|Education||Heinz Kaiser Junior High School, Jordan Junior High School|
|Nominations||Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture|
|Movies||Born Innocent, The Reivers, Yours, Mine and Ours|
|1||Broke his shoulder during the shooting of "The Reivers".|
|Texas Detour||1978||Dale McCarthy|
|Wonder Woman||1978||TV Series||Mitch|
|Insight||1974-1977||TV Series||Jimmy / Randy|
|The Quest||1976||TV Series||Jess|
|Ark II||1976||TV Series||Isaiah|
|State Fair||1976||TV Movie||Wayne Bryant|
|Isis||1975||TV Series||Wayne Moss|
|Lucas Tanner||1975||TV Series||Danny Warden|
|Little House on the Prairie||1974-1975||TV Series||Johnny Johnson|
|Petrocelli||1975||TV Series||Ron Field|
|Gunsmoke||1970-1975||TV Series||Dink / Rob Fielder / Dobie McCabe|
|The Streets of San Francisco||1974||TV Series||Peter Todd|
|Born Innocent||1974||TV Movie||Tom Parker|
|Doc Elliot||1974||TV Series||Corey Evans|
|Apple's Way||1974||TV Series||Chris|
|Bonanza||1968-1973||TV Series||Jamie Hunter Cartwright / Tommy|
|Police Surgeon||1973||TV Series||Paul / Jeff Darryl / Andy Carrigan|
|Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color||1970-1971||TV Series||Jeannot / Jamie McIver|
|The Boy from Dead Man's Bayou||1971||TV Movie|
|The Young Rebels||1970||TV Series||Tad Garrett|
|The Immortal||1970||TV Series||Jud Yeomen|
|Two Boys||1970||TV Movie||Jud Thomas|
|Here Come the Brides||1970||TV Series||Absalom|
|Ironside||1970||TV Series||Jerry Jessup|
|Menace on the Mountain||1970||TV Movie||Jamie McIver|
|Quarantined||1970||TV Movie||Jimmy Atkinson|
|The Reivers||1969||Lucius McCaslin|
|Adam-12||1969||TV Series||Jimmy White|
|Death Valley Days||1969||TV Series||Jerry|
|The Virginian||1968||TV Series||Boy|
|Yours, Mine and Ours||1968||Tommy North|
|Dundee and the Culhane||1967||TV Series||Jeffrey Bennett|
|State Fair||1976||TV Movie|
|Texas Detour||1978||"I'll Give It a Try", "Jennifer"|
|Pioneers of Television||2011||TV Mini-Series documentary||Himself|
|TV Road Trip||2002||TV Movie documentary||Himself (Bonanza)|
|1970||Golden Globe||Golden Globes, USA||Best Supporting Actor||The Reivers (1969)|