Robert Morse Net Worth, Wiki Bio, Source Income, Salary, Earnings, Nationality, Age

Robert Morse Net Worth

Wiki Biography of Robert Morse

Robert Alan Morse is an actor and singer who was born on May 18, 1931, in Newton, Massachusetts, USA. He is best known for his musical performances and Broadway shows, including the role of young entrepreneur J. Pierre-Point Finch in the stage play “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” (1961–65) and the 1967 film adaptation. Morse also portrayed Bertram Cooper in the television show “Mad Men” from 2007 to 2015. Since 1953, he has worked in the entertainment industry.

Robert Morse’s net worth is unknown. According to credible sources, his total wealth is believed to be over $5 million as of the statistics published in the middle of 2017. Morse’s tiny money comes primarily from acting.

Robert Morse has a net worth of $5 million dollars

Robert Morse began his career as an actor and director of school plays while still a high school student. He made his professional acting debut in 1949, playing Gabey in the musical “On the Town.” He then relocated to New York City, where he began his career as a salesman and lighting contractor in Manhattan. After that, he spent four years in the United States Navy.

Morse’s first film role was in the war melodrama “The Proud and Profane” (1956), but he was then cast for the role of Barnaby Tucker in the Broadway comedy “The Matchmaker,” which he played from 1955 to 1957 at the Booth Theatre in New York, and then in the film of the same name directed by Joseph Anthony. He was always on the stage or in front of the cameras after that. Morse got a Theatre World Award for his subsequent Broadway role of Ted Snow in the musical “Say, Darling,” and was nominated for a Tony Award for the first time — his net worth was well established.

Following that, he starred in the musical “Take Me Along,” before taking over the lead role of J. Pierrepont Finch in the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical comedy “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” which earned him his first Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical in 1961. Morse also received a Drama Desk Award and a Tony nomination for his later lead role in “Musical Sugar.” His most recent Broadway performance was as Truman Capote in “Tru,” for which he received a Tony Award.

Morse’s bigger screen roles include Ed Stander in the comedy “A Guide for Married Man” (1967), in which he co-stars with Walter Matthau. “Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?” (1967) starred Robert and Doris Day, although from the 1970s onwards, Morse was mostly seen as a guest performer in various television series. In 1992, he earned an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Special for his performance in the Broadway play “Tru,” which was produced for television as part of the PBS series “American Playhouse.”

Morse was offered the regular recurring part of Bertram Cooper in the television series “Mad Men” at the age of 76, when his acting career was in decline, thanks to a choice by series creator Matthew Weiner. He was a member of the cast of the show from 2007 to 2015, and he was nominated three times for an Emmy in the Outstanding Guest Actor category. Morse portrayed journalist Dominick Dunne in the first season of the series “American Crime Story,” which is about the criminal procedures against OJ Simpson, among other roles.

Finally, in his personal life, Morse was married to Carole D’Andrea, a dancer and actress, from 1960 until 1981, and they have three daughters. Morse married Elizabeth Roberts in 1989, and they have two additional children together.


Full Name Robert Morse
Net Worth $5 Million
Date Of Birth May 18, 1931
Place Of Birth Newton, Massachusetts, United States
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.651 m)
Profession Actor, Singer, Voice Actor
Education Newton High School
Nationality American
Spouse Elizabeth Roberts (m. 1989), Carole D’Andrea (m. 1961–1981)
Children Robin Morse, Hilary Morse, Andrea Morse
Parents Charles Morse, Mary Silver
Siblings Richard Morse
Nicknames Bobby , Bobby Morse , Robert {Morse} and His Adora-Belles , Robert Xavier Morse
Awards Tony Award for Best Lead Actor in a Musical (1962, 1990), Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor (1993), Screen Actors Guild Award, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Solo Performance,Helen Hayes Award (1992), Outer Critics Circle Awards
Nominations Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy-Variety Or Music Program
Movies “The Proud and Profane” (1956), “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”, “A Guide for Married Man” (1967), “Where Were You As the Lights Went Out?” (1967)
TV Shows “On the Town” (1949), “The Matchmaker” (1955-1957), “Say, Darling”, “Take Me Along”, “Tru” (1992), “American Playhouse”, “Mad Men”, “American Crime Story”
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