About Ken Osmond
It has been claimed that the overall amount of Ken Osmond net worth is as high as 500 thousand dollars, as of right now. Ken Osmond is a popular actor but he has also worked as a policeman. When he was 4 years old, he was already appearing as an actor and this career eventually became a huge source of increasing the total estimate of Ken Osmond net worth.
In the 1950s, Ken Osmond got his best known role, that being as Eddie Haskell in the TV series called “Leave It to Beaver”. In the 1980s, he reprised this role in the series called “The New Leave It to Beaver”. Both of these series made him popular and also added up a lot of revenues to the total sum of Ken Osmond net worth. Because of the fact that after the series ended he would be always typecast by the role, Ken Osmond found it hard to get another acting job and became a policeman in Los Angeles. When he retired, Ken Osmond returned to his acting career.
He was born in 1943 in Glendale, California. His father worked as a carpenter, whereas his mother wanted her children to get involved in the entertainment world. When he was 4 years old, Ken Osmond started to attend auditions.
Ken Osmond started to appear in feature films as an extra. One of such films was called “Plymouth Adventure”, where he appeared with such actors as Gene Tierney and Spencer Tracy. When he was 9 years old, he got his first speaking role in the film called “So Big”, in which he appeared with Sterling Hayden and Jane Wyman. Then, he got small parts in other feature films, including “Everything but the Truth” and “Good Morning Miss Dove”.
Also, he has appeared as a guest on many TV shows and series, such as “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet”, “The Loretta Young Show”, “Lassie”, “Circus Boy” and “Fury”. These appearances have added up a lot of revenues to the total size of Ken Osmond net worth, as well. In 1959, he got a role in “Colt. 45”, where he appeared next to Wayde Preston.
In 1957, Ken Osmond auditioned to get the role of Eddie Haskell in the TV series called “Leave It to Beaver”, which he got and with which he got associated later in his life. The series made him popular and also added up a lot of revenues to the overall amount of Ken Osmond net worth. He was appearing in the series up until 1963.
After that, he occasionally appeared as a guest in some other TV series, such as “Lassie”, “The Munsters” and “Petticoat Junction”. Also, he appeared in two feature films, called “With Six You Get Eggroll” and “C’mon Let’s Live a Little”. In 1970, he became a policeman when he joined the Los Angeles Police Department.