Pat Hingle Net Worth

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Pat Hingle Net Worth is
$16 Million

Mini Biography

Pat Hingle (true name: Martin Patterson Hingle) was created in Miami, Florida, the child of the building service provider. His parents divorced when Hingle was still in his infancy (he hardly ever knew his dad) and his mom supported the family members by teaching college in Denver. She after that begun to travel (with her kid in tow) searching for more lucrative function; by age group 13 Hingle acquired lived in twelve cities. The near future Tony Prize nominee produced his “performing debut” in the 3rd quality, playing a carrot within a college play (“In those days it didn’t look like much of ways to earn a living!”, he recalled). Hingle went to senior high school in Tx and in 1941 inserted the School of Tx, majoring in marketing. After portion in the Navy during WW II, he returned to the school and got associated with the dilemma department in an effort to match girls. Along with his wife Alyce (whom he initial met on the school), Hingle transferred to NY and begun to obtain jobs in the stage and on Television. The apex of his stage profession was “J.B.” by poet Archibald Macleish, with Hingle in the name role being a 20th-century Work. It was through the operate of “J.B.” that Hingle had taken an unintentional plunge down the elevator shaft of his NY house building, sustaining near-fatal accidents in the 54-feet fall. He was near loss of life for 14 days (and lost the tiny finger of his still left hands); his recovery had taken greater than a season. In newer years, Hingle provides performed Commissioner Gordon in the “Batman” films. Before his death, he resided in Carolina Seaside, North Carolina, along with his wife, Julia.

Known for movies

Interesting Facts

1He was awarded the 1983 Drama Logue Award for Outstanding Performance for "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
2Along with Michael Gough, he is one of only two actors to appear in Batman (1989), Batman Returns (1992), Batman Forever (1995) and Batman & Robin (1997).
3Living in Kure Beach, North Carolina with his wife, Julia. [January 2001]
4Appears in a Broadway production of 1776 as Ben Franklin. [August 1997]
5He studied drama at HB Studio in Greenwich Village in New York City.
6Worked various jobs during his salad days - shoe salesman, playground attendant, Bible salesman, farmhand, usher, waiter and a file clerk at Bloomingdale's.
7The only son of three children whose father, a contractor, died when he was an infant.
8Serving on the destroyer USS Marshall during World War II, he later returned to the military during the Korean War as a boilerman technician in the Navy.
9He lost the lead role in the film Elmer Gantry (1960), which could have been a turning point in his screen career, when he, trying to escape a stalled elevator in his apartment building on the West Side, fell more than 50 feet down the shaft. He fractured his skull, hip, wrist, and most of the ribs on his left side, also breaking his left leg in three places. A finger had to be amputated. Near death for two weeks, he spent a year relearning to walk. Burt Lancaster inherited the role and won an Oscar.
10Had three children, Bill, Jody and Molly, by first wife Alyce.
11Diagnosed in November 2006 with a blood disorder, myelodysplasia. He died over two years later.
12Studying acting with Uta Hagen at the Herbert Berghof Studios, he later was a strong disciple of the Actors Studio in New York. It was Elia Kazan, who gave Hingle his big screen break by casting him in the unbilled role of a bartender in On the Waterfront (1954). Later he played Warren Beatty's browbeating father in Kazan's Splendor in the Grass (1961). Kazan also cast him as the original Goober on Broadway in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof".
13Went to the University of Texas in 1942 on a tuba scholarship.
14In his last appearance as Commissioner Gordon in the Batman series, he worked with Uma Thurman, whose first husband, Gary Oldman, succeeded him in the role in Batman Begins (2005).
15Was nominated for Broadway's 1958 Tony Award as best supporting or featured actor (dramatic) for "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs.".


1Frequently co-starred in films with Clint Eastwood
2Role as Police Commissioner Gordon in the Burton/Schumacher Batman film series
3His mustache
4Deep gruff voice


1I can be a truck driver, a doctor, a lawyer, a hanging judge, whatever. And looking like I do has allowed me to make a good living in all kinds of media. It's a blessing and I'm aware of it.
2There were the Gary Coopers and the Clark Gables, but they didn't really appeal to me. But I saw Walter Huston and Hume Cronyn in about 10 movies and I saw that it was possible to play a wide variety of roles where there [were] no connections between one or the other; they weren't put into a slot . . . I saw what was possible.
3The stage is an actors' medium. When the curtain goes up, there are those crazy actors. The story comes through them. The director can pull his hair in the back of the house and the producer and the playwright can cry on each other's shoulders. But there go those galloping actors.
4I know that if I had done Elmer Gantry (1960), I would have been more of a movie name. But I'm sure I would not have done as many plays as I've done. I've had exactly the kind of career I hoped for.
5After one [college] semester I went into the Navy for four years in the Pacific on a destroyer. I went back to school and every time I saw a pretty girl I'd say, "Who the hell is that?" Well, they were all headed towards the theater department so I joined the campus Curtain Club. In three years I did 35 plays and in one of those plays I finally realized that I felt more comfortable than I did anywhere and I was where God intended me to be. I always feel that way.


Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2005North Carolina Distinguished Filmmaker AwardCarolina Film & Video Festival



Undoing Time2008Judge
The List2007/IGus Eicholtz
Waltzing Anna2006Mo Kegley
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby2006Mr. Dennit Sr.
Two Tickets to Paradise2006Mark's Dad
The Greatest Adventure of My Life2005Gen. J.T. Boone
The Angel Doll2002Noah Roudabush
The Court2002TV SeriesChief Justice Townsend
Morning2001Major Sonny
Dawson's Creek2001TV SeriesIrv the Mechanic
Road to Redemption2001Grandpa Nathan Tucker
The Runaway2000TV MovieAvery
Shaft2000Hon. Dennis Bradford
Muppets from Space1999General Luft
The Hunter's Moon1999VideoJudge Tully
Touched by an Angel1999TV SeriesBen Mangione
Homicide: Life on the Street1998TV SeriesWally Flynn
Horror Story1997Judge Caldwell
A Thousand Acres1997Harold Clark
Batman & Robin1997Commissioner James Gordon
The Shining1997TV Mini-SeriesPete Watson
The Member of the Wedding1997TV MovieOfficer Wylie
Bastard Out of Carolina1996Mr. Waddell
Larger Than Life1996Vernon
American Gothic1996TV SeriesFr. Tilden
Wings1996TV SeriesJack Hackett
Truman1995TV MovieBoss Tom Pendergast
Batman Forever1995Commissioner James Gordon
The Quick and the Dead1995Horace the Bartender
One Christmas1994TV MovieBus driver
Against Her Will: The Carrie Buck Story1994TV MovieArthur Kent
In the Heat of the Night1993-1994TV SeriesDaddy Roy Eversole
Lightning Jack1994U.S. Marshal Dan Kurtz
Cheers1993TV SeriesGus O'Malley
American Experience1993TV Series documentaryEarl Warren
The Habitation of Dragons1992TV MovieVirgil Tolliver
Citizen Cohn1992TV MovieJ. Edgar Hoover
Batman Returns1992Commissioner James Gordon
Gunsmoke: To the Last Man1992TV MovieCol. Tucker
Murder, She Wrote1986-1991TV SeriesZach Franklin / Lt. James Ignatius O'Malley / Ret. Lt. Det. Barney Kale
Not of This World1991TV MovieDoc Avery
The Grifters1990Bobo Justus
Beanpole1990TV MovieJoe
Life Goes On1990TV SeriesJack Thatcher
The Kennedys of Massachusetts1990TV Mini-SeriesP.J. Kennedy
Batman1989Commissioner James Gordon
Everybody's Baby: The Rescue of Jessica McClure1989TV MovieFire Chief James Roberts
War and Remembrance1988-1989TV Mini-SeriesAdm. William F. 'Bull' Halsey
The Equalizer1989TV SeriesWaldo Jarrell
The Land Before Time1988Narrator / Rooter (voice)
Blue Skies1988TV SeriesHenry Cobb
The Town Bully1988TV MovieCharlie King
Stranger on My Land1988TV MovieJudge Munson
Baby Boom1987Hughes Larrabee
Kojak: The Price of Justice1987TV MovieGeorge
LBJ: The Early Years1987TV MovieSam Rayburn
Matlock1986TV SeriesTom McCabe
Manhunt for Claude Dallas1986TV MovieGeorge Nielsen
Maximum Overdrive1986Hendershot
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1986TV SeriesSam Donahue
Amazing Stories1985TV SeriesSheriff Horace Smyvie
The Rape of Richard Beck1985TV MovieChappy Beck
Brewster's Millions1985Edward Roundfield
Hail to the Chief1985TV SeriesLamar Montgomery
The Lady from Yesterday1985TV MovieJim Bartlett
The Falcon and the Snowman1985Mr. Charlie Boyce
American Playhouse1985TV SeriesHomer T. Hatch
Trapper John, M.D.1981-1985TV SeriesChester Briggs / Hub Wendover
Magnum, P.I.1984TV SeriesGarwood Huddle
Hot Pursuit1984TV Series
The Act1984Frank Boda
The Yellow Rose1984TV SeriesJesse Yates
In 'n Out1984Oscar Milstone
Simon & Simon1983TV Series'Irish' Dan Kelly
Sudden Impact1983Chief Jannings
Running Brave1983Coach Bill Easton
Going Berserk1983Ed Reese
St. Elsewhere1983TV SeriesWalter Schaeffer
The Fighter1983TV MovieHenry Banks
Bus Stop1982TV MovieDr. Gerald Lyman
Washington Mistress1982TV MovieSenator Ross Clayton
Hart to Hart1982TV SeriesDuffy / Ambrose
Of Mice and Men1981TV MovieJackson
The Private History of a Campaign That Failed1981TV MovieCol. Ralls
Running Scared1980Sergeant McClain
Off the Minnesota Strip1980TV Movie
Stone1979-1980TV SeriesChief Paulton / Gene Paulton
M*A*S*H1980TV SeriesColonel Daniel Webster Tucker
Wild Times1980TV Mini-SeriesBob Halburton
Stone1979TV MovieDeputy Chief Gene Paulton
Disaster on the Coastliner1979TV MovieJohn Marsh
Vega$1979TV SeriesCaleb Tucker
Barnaby Jones1976-1979TV SeriesWesley Garrison / George Garrety / Ray Dixon
Norma Rae1979Vernon
When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?1979Lyle Striker
Elvis1979/ITV MovieColonel Tom Parker
General Electric's All-Star Anniversary1978TV Movie documentaryThomas Edison
Tarantulas: The Deadly Cargo1977TV MovieDoc Hodgins
The Gauntlet1977Josephson
Sunshine Christmas1977TV MovieJoe Hayden
Escape from Bogen County1977TV MovieJudge Henry Martin
Nashville 991977TV SeriesTurley Bonner
Hawaii Five-O1975-1977TV SeriesGrant Ormsbee Ormsbee
The Secret Life of John Chapman1976TV MovieGus Reed
The Streets of San Francisco1975-1976TV SeriesAl Mossman / Burt Morris
Independence1976ShortJohn Adams
Barbary Coast1975TV SeriesEmory Van Cleve
Twigs1975TV MovieLou
McCloud1975TV SeriesLieutenant Easton
Lucas Tanner1974TV SeriesJack Gibbons
Medical Center1970-1974TV SeriesMaxwell Grant / Dr. Scott Farring / Tom Hoagley
The Six Million Dollar Man1974TV SeriesSenator Hill
Nightmare Honeymoon1974Mr. Binghamton
The Last Angry Man1974TV MovieDr. Sam Abelman
The Super Cops1974Insp. Novick
Happy as the Grass Was Green1973Eli
Running Wild1973Quentin Hogue
One Little Indian1973Capt. Stewart
The F.B.I.1973TV SeriesGustav Allen Benderson
The Rookies1973TV SeriesArt Haskell
Hec Ramsey1973TV SeriesDeputy Marshal Charlie Hollister
Kung Fu1973TV SeriesGeneral Thoms
Trouble Comes to Town1973TV MovieCecil Tabor
The Carey Treatment1972Capt. Pearson
Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law1972TV Series
The Bold Ones: The Lawyers1972TV SeriesGen. George Sternwood
Ironside1972TV SeriesLou Karns
If Tomorrow Comes1971TV MovieSheriff
The Bold Ones: The New Doctors1969-1971TV SeriesDan Walsh / Dr. Ben Gold
All the Way Home1971TV MovieRalph Follet
Gunsmoke1971TV SeriesDr. Chapman Dr. John Chapman
Sweet, Sweet Rachel1971TV MovieArthur Piper
The City1971TV MovieIra Groom
NET Playhouse1971TV SeriesPresident George Washington
The Young Lawyers1971TV SeriesBenjamin Whitfield
Norwood1970Grady Fring
Bloody Mama1970Sam Adams Pendlebury
A Clear and Present Danger1970TV MovieSalem Chase
Lancer1969TV SeriesAbsolem Weir
The Ballad of Andy Crocker1969TV MovieEarl Crocker
Bonanza1969TV SeriesSheriff Austin
Certain Honorable Men1968TV MovieCounsel for the Defense
Hang 'Em High1968Judge Fenton
Jigsaw1968Lew Haley
The High Chaparral1968TV SeriesFinley Carr
Sol Madrid1968Harry Mitchell
The Felony Squad1968TV SeriesSheriff Calvin Cable
The Invaders1967TV SeriesBrother Avery
Gentle Ben1967TV SeriesDude
Run for Your Life1967TV SeriesFrederick Huffschmidt
Cimarron Strip1967TV SeriesMike McQueen
Judd for the Defense1967TV SeriesDistrict Attorney Ed Tanner
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre1967TV SeriesMartin Carlyle
Mission: Impossible1967TV SeriesR.J. McMillan
CBS Playhouse: The Glass Menagerie1966TV MovieThe Gentleman Caller
Nevada Smith1966Big Foot
A Man Called Shenandoah1966TV SeriesTenney
The Loner1966TV SeriesBob Pierson
The Andy Griffith Show1966TV SeriesFred Gibson
The Trials of O'Brien1966TV Series
Who Goes There?1965TV Movie
The Defenders1961-1965TV SeriesPeter Dowling / Franklin Williams
The Fugitive1964-1965TV SeriesSheriff Joe Bob Sims / Mike Decker
Daniel Boone1965TV SeriesWill Carey
Rawhide1965TV SeriesPop Starke
A Carol for Another Christmas1964TV MovieGhost of Christmas Present
Invitation to a Gunfighter1964Sam Brewster
Kraft Suspense Theatre1963TV SeriesEd Caldwell
Route 661961-1963TV SeriesThayer Faxon / Frank Brack
All the Way Home1963Ralph Follet
Dr. Kildare1962-1963TV SeriesDr. Edward Swader / Lloyd Jason
The Twilight Zone1963TV SeriesHorace Ford
The Ugly American1963Homer Atkins
The Untouchables1962-1963TV SeriesBarney Howe / Mitchell A. Grandin
The Eleventh Hour1962TV SeriesBob Hunter
Cain's Hundred1961TV SeriesSam Cortner
Quest1961TV Series
Splendor in the Grass1961Ace Stamper
Play of the Week1961TV SeriesArthur McGill
Wild River1960Narrator (voice, uncredited)
The United States Steel Hour1957-1959TV SeriesRoger Conway / Charlie
Rendezvous1958TV SeriesJoey Skowran
Alfred Hitchcock Presents1957TV SeriesWarren Selvy
Suspicion1957TV SeriesCalman
No Down Payment1957Herman Kreitzer
Studio One in Hollywood1957TV SeriesMaj. Bergman / Dr. Clark
The Strange One1957Harold Koble
Kraft Theatre1957TV Series
The Alcoa Hour1956TV SeriesRed
Goodyear Playhouse1955-1956TV SeriesCastleman Darrin
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse1955-1956TV Series
Justice1955TV Series
The Phil Silvers Show1955TV SeriesPvt. Steve Nagy
Appointment with Adventure1955TV Series
Mister Peepers1955TV SeriesFred Coe
Suspense1951-1954TV SeriesYoung Raineford / Ted
On the Waterfront1954Jocko (uncredited)


A Dream On Fire2013Short associate producer
The Angel Doll2002executive producer
Running Wild1973associate producer


Amazing Stories1985TV Series performer - 1 episode
Daniel Boone1965TV Series performer - 1 episode


Showing Up2014DocumentaryHimself
Shadows of the Bat: The Cinematic Saga of the Dark Knight - The Gathering Storm2005Video documentary shortHimself
Batman Heroes: Commissioner Gordon2005Video documentary shortHimself
The Directors1997TV Series documentaryHimself
Working in the Theatre1997TV Series documentaryHimself
The Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards1991TV SpecialHimself
Natalie - A Tribute to a Very Special Lady1982TV Movie documentaryHimself
America Lost and Found1979DocumentaryNarrator
Today1965TV SeriesHimself
The 17th Annual Tony Awards1963TV SpecialHimself - Presenter

Archive Footage

The 61st Primetime Emmy Awards2009TV SpecialHimself - In Memoriam
The 81st Annual Academy Awards2009TV SpecialHimself - Memorial Tribute
15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2009TV SpecialHimself - Memorial Tribute
Ben Gazzara Remembers the Strange One2009Video documentary shortHarold Koble (uncredited)
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1976TV SeriesCaptain Stewart


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