Neil Oliver "Bing" Russell was an American actor and Class A minor-league baseball club owner. He was the father of Hollywood actor Kurt Russell and grandfather of ex–major league baseball player Matt Franco and Wyatt Russell.
|Born:||Neil Oliver Russell, May 5, 1926, Brattleboro, Vermont, U.S.|
|Died:||April 8, 2003, Thousand Oaks, California, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Actor, Owner of the Portland Mavericks|
|Years active:||1951–1990 (1990)|
|Children:||4, including Kurt Russell|
|Relatives:||Matt Franco (grandson), Wyatt Russell (grandson)|
|IMDb:||Bing Russell's IMDb|
About Bing Russell
Father to actor Kurt Russell, he is well known for his roles as Deputy Clem Foster in Bonanza and Robert in The Magnificent Seven.
Bing Russell Before Fame
He had several uncredited roles to begin his career before making his real debut in the television film Cavalry Patrol in 1956.
Achievement of Bing Russell
He appeared in more than several television series through his career including parts in Johnny Ringo, The Untouchables, The Monkees, Emergency!, and Dick Tracy.
Bing Russell Family Life
He was married to Louise Julia Crone from 1946 until his death and was survived by four children which includes Kurt Russell.
Associations of Bing Russell
He appeared in I Dream of Jeannie, which starred Barbara Eden.
Information related to Bing Russell
- Minor league baseball executives
- Western (genre) television actors
- Male Western (genre) film actors
- Male actors from California