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Max Baer Jr. Facts:
Max Baer Jr. height: 6 feet & 4 inches
Weight: Not disclosed
Age: 77 years (December 4, 1937)

One of the great actors of America, Max Baer Jr. later branched out professionally as a screen- writer, director as well as producer. Presently at his late 70s, the versatile persona always provided his best to the entertainment world. Along with talent & proficiency, his lofty striking height & chic personality favored him make his growth in the acting world. In a masculine build body, the actor stands precise 6 feet & 4 inches; he is a frequent workaholic however has not disclosed about his recent body weight.

4th December 1937 born Max Baer Jr. is the smallest among the 3 children of Max Baer, the boxing champion & his beloved spouse, Mary Ellen Sullivan. Max grew up together with his 2 siblings in Oakland, California, United States, the place where was born. He had an elder brother named James Manny Baer (b. 1942- d. 2009) & a sister named Maude Baer, who is about 6 years elder to his age. His dad was of Scots- Irish & Jewish descent. His uncle, Budder Baer was too a boxer & an accomplished actor. Max earned his graduation degree from the Santa Clara University, majoring in business administration & a slight in philosophy.

Max Baer Jr.’s foremost acting role came at the age of 12, in the play “Goldilocks and thw Three Bears” held at the England’s Blackpool Pavilion. He then commenced professional acting at age 23 at the Warner Bros., making appearances on TV programs like as “77 Sunset Strip”, “The Roaring 20s”, “Cheyenne”, “Hawaiian Eye”, “Surfside 6” & “Maverick”, to name a few. In 1962, the rising actor was cast to play Jethro Bodine in the popular television sitcom “The Beverly Hillibilles”. With the decease of actress Donna Douglas on 1st January, 2015, Max is the only surviving cast of the 1962’s “The Beverly Hillibillies”. He went on playing on several other TV programs such as “Love, American Style” & “Vacation Playhouse”, during the 9-year long run of the very series. In 1974, he produced & wrote the drama entitled “Macon County Line” & subsequently earned a great success with the release of 1976’s “Ode Billy Joe”. He as well directed the 1979 comedy film “Hometown USA” prior to his retirement to his house situated in Nevada’a Lake Tahoe. The actor still keeps emerging as guest on different television programs.

For information to this left handed writer, he is reported to be living singly since a couple of years. He has once passed through a failed marriage with Joanne Kathleen Hill. The duo was together from the 30th of July, 1966 until their divorce confirmation in the year 1971.