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All About ‘Bonanza’ Star – Pernell Roberts – Spouse, Death



Pernell Roberts:
• American actor and singer who was best known for his roles in "Bonanza" and "Trapper John, M.D."
• Served two years in the United States Marine Corps Band
• Received Drama Desk Award in 1955 for his performance in off-Broadway play "Macbeth"
• Landed title role in medical drama series "Trapper John, M.D." in 1979
• Had estimated net worth of $10 million at time of death in 2010.

Pernell Roberts was an American actor and singer, who was best known for his role as Adam Cartwright on NBC’s hit Western television series, “Bonanza,” and for his title character role on CBS’ medical drama series, “Trapper John, M.D.” He died in 2010 at age 81.

Early life and family

Pernell Elven Roberts Jr. was born on 18 May 1928, in Waycross, Georgia, USA to Pernell Elven Roberts Sr. (1907-1980) and Minnie “Betty” Myrtle Morgan Roberts (1910-1988). His father was a Dr. Pepper salesman while his mother’s occupation, if any, was not revealed. There is no other information available regarding his parents and childhood years.

Educational Background

He matriculated from Waycross High School, and he actively participated in school and church plays during this time. He was cast in tragedies such as William Shakespeare’s “Othello” and Sophocles’ “Antigone.”

He also sang at events such as the local United Service Organizations, Inc. (USO) shows, which is a nonprofit and charitable corporation providing live entertainment for the United States Armed Forces members and families. He attended the Georgia Institute of Technology but did not graduate.  In 1946, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and served for two years wherein he played the horn and tuba in the Marine Corps Band. He attended the University of Maryland but still wasn’t able to graduate because he left for work to perform in summer stock theatre.


First steps

Roberts worked as a forest ranger, railroad riveter, tombstone maker, and butcher to support himself as he pursued his career in theatre.


He made his debut as a professional stage actor in 1949 with the three‑act comedy by George S. Kaufman and Hart Moss, “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” at the Olney Theatre in Maryland. It was followed by various stage plays including Emlyn Williams’ psychological thriller, “Night Must Fall,” and Bernard Shaw’s most popular play, “Pygmalion.”

He moved to Washington, D.C. in 1950 and for two years, he performed with the Arena Stage, a non-profit regional theater company, and was cast in many of William Shakespeare’s plays such as the comedy, “The Taming of the Shrew,” romantic comedy, “Twelfth Night,” and tragedy, “Julius Caesar” as well as Oscar Wilde’s masterpiece, “The Importance of Being Earnest.” He also performed with other productions after that.

Further success

In 1952, he moved to New York and performed in a variety of off-Broadway and Broadway plays, and most notable was his performance in the off-Broadway play, “Macbeth,” which won him the Drama Desk Award in 1955.

Pernell made his television debut in 1956 in NBC’s anthology drama television series, “Kraft Television Theater,” which also starred popular actors such as Paul Newman, Grace Kelly, and James Dean. He appeared in one of its episodes entitled, “Shadow of Suspicion.” He was cast for guest-starring roles in several western television series after that including ABCs “Cheyenne” and “Sugarfoot” as well as NBC’s “Cimarron City” and “Gunsmoke.”

In 1957, he signed a contract with Columbia Pictures and made his film debut in 1958 in the American movie version of Eugene O’Neill’s 1929 play, “Desire Under the Elms.”


The movie, which starred Sophia Loren, Anthony Perkins, and Burl Ives, competed for the Palme d’Or award at the 1958 Cannes Film Festival. Pernell was cast in a small role that of Peter, one of the sons of Ephraim Cabot played by Burl Ives. That same year, he played the character role of a professional gunman named Chocktaw Neal in the western movie, “The Sheepman,” directed by George Marshall and starred Glenn Ford and Shirley MacLaine.

He accepted a lot of television work such as in the children’s anthology series, “Shirley Temple Storybook Theater,” and in NBC’s anthology series “Matinee Theater” and “General Electric Theater.”


He landed the role of Adam Cartwright in NBC’s American western television series, “Bonanza,” which was set in the 1860s during and after the American Civil War.

It revolved around his wealthy family, the Cartwrights, who live at the 2,600-sq. km Ponderosa Ranch near the silver ore mines in Virginia City, Nevada. Pernell’s character was the eldest son of the widowed Ben Cartwright played by Lorne Greene, and he had two step-siblings, both from different mothers, namely Hoss (Dan Blocker) and Little Joe (Michael Landon).

Departure from the show

The show was a huge hit and enjoyed high ratings, but it did not stop Pernell from quitting after 202 episodes in 1965 when his five-year contract ended. His decision came after having disagreements over the scripts and his character with the writers and producers. It was said that he became frustrated and dissatisfied with the way his character continued to defer to his father’s wishes despite being a man in his 30s.


He also reportedly said that he didn’t like the series and called it junk although he later denied making such a statement in an interview. However, he did ask the reporter during a 1963 interview ‘Isn’t it a bit silly for three adult males to have to ask father’s permission for everything they do?’ In the “Mike Douglas Show” in 1966, he said he wanted the storyline to be ‘a little more grown-up’ and have more social relevance. He also realized he was not suited to the ‘confining aspect’ of a series that limited his acting range as well. The “Bonanza” producer, David Dortort, said he regretted not having Pernell continue on the show even if only as a semi-regular. He further added that he was too hard on the actor, whom he described as outspoken and rebellious, and that he did not appreciate how much good of an actor he really was.

“Bonanza” was one of the first television series filmed and broadcast in color. It ran from 12 September 1959 to 16 January 1973 for 14 seasons with 431 episodes making it the longest-running western series at NBC and second in the U.S. The series was ranked 43rd on “TV Guide’s 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time.” It received numerous nominations from various award-giving bodies such as the Primetime Emmy Award, which gave them the Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment – Color Consultant award in 1965 and Individual Achievements in Film Editing award in 1966.

After Bonanza

He went back to performing in stock summer theatre and regional theatres. He also toured with musicals such as “Camelot,” which was based on the legend of King Arthur, and Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “The King and I.”


He received good reviews in 1969 for his performance in “Mata Hari.” In 1972, he played the title role and was praised for his performance in the Broadway play, “Captain Brassbound’s Conversion,” by George Bernard Shaw, which also starred the Academy Award and Tony Award winner Ingrid Bergman. Also worth mentioning were his performances as Rhett Butler in the play, “Gone with the wind” and as Captain von Trapp in the musical, “The Sound of Music.” From time to time, he accepted guest-starring roles in television series and leading roles in television movies.

“Trapper John, M.D.”

It was in 1979 when he landed the title role in the medical drama television series, “Trapper John, M.D.” This CBS show was a spin-off of the black comedy war film, “MASH,” released in 1970.

The story revolved around Dr. “Trapper” John McIntyre, the Chief of Surgery at San Francisco Memorial Hospital, nearly three decades after he was discharged from the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) in the Korean War. It first aired on 23 September 1979 and ran for seven seasons with 151 episodes, and the last one was aired on 4 September 1986.

His last regular TV work was as the host of the ABC police anthology, “FBI: The Untold Stories,” in 1991. Roberts appeared in more than 60 films, TV movies, and television series.

Personal life

Pernell was married four times. His first wife was Vera Mowry, who was a professor of theatre history at Washington State University. He first met her when he joined the Arena Stage in 1950. She was one of its founding members and technical director at that time.

According to Vera, Pernell had this purity that you couldn’t help but feel the truth in his acting. They were married in 1951 and had a son named Jonathan Christopher “Chris” Roberts, who was born in October of that year. In 1952, the family moved to New York where Pernell continued to pursue his career in theater as well as ventured into acting in television and film. Vera, on the other hand, taught acting classes at Hunter College, which is one of the constituent colleges of the City University of New York. The couple had a cordial divorce in 1959. There is not much information about his son except that he attended Franconia College in Franconia, New Hampshire, United States. In 1989, Chris was killed in a motorcycle crash.

His second wife was Judith LeBreque whom he met at a bar in Hollywood.

He married her before a judge in Hollywood in 1962 on a lunch break during the shooting of “Bonanza.” It was said that he had to pick up Judith first then go to the judge. However, he had to run to the nearest gas station because his car ran out of gas along the way. Luckily, they made it in time and were able to marry. He then rushed back to his set to continue shooting. After nine years of marriage, they divorced in 1971.

Pernell’s third wife was Kara Knack, and they tied the knot in 1972 and divorced in 1996 after 24 years. Kara said they had a code they used when she was revealing too many of his secrets and he had to stop her, and that was PMB – “Protect My Balls.”

He married Eleanor Criswell before a judge in his breakfast room in 1997. Their paths first crossed while he was filming “Trapper John, M.D.” He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2007 and died at age 81 on 24 January 2010, in his Malibu home with his wife by his side.

Interesting facts and rumors

  • According to his family, Pernell joined the 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery in Alabama and walked alongside Martin Luther King.
  • Pernell recorded “Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies,” which was folk music and included in the album released by RCA Victor that was on the fourth disc of the “Bonanza” 4-CD boxed set; he sang more than a dozen songs in the album.
  • It was said that on the set of “Bonanza,” he protested the use of all-white crews and guest actors.
  • A Ponderosa theme park near Lake Tahoe used Pernell’s image on billboards without his permission so he filed a lawsuit in the 80s and won.
  • Eleanor said that Pernell never exercised his right to vote.
  • He loved trees and spent some time pruning them, even bringing red-handled clippers when he traveled.
  • Pernell learned Gullah, the language spoken by slaves of coastal Georgia and South Carolina. He bought the Gullah Bible and read a few pages to Eleanor in 2007.
  • At the celebration of Pernell Roberts’ life on 28 February 2010 in Santa Monica, California, those who gave eulogies were not just his wife and friends but also his ex-wives, Judith and Kara. Richard Stone, his lawyer of 50 years was the master of ceremonies.


He was 6 ft. 2ins. (1.8m) and weighed 198lbs (89kg).

Net Worth

He had been working in theatre, films, and television for more than half his life for guest-starring roles as well as major roles such as in “Bonanza” and “Trapper John, M.D.” His income was not disclosed, but according to sources, his estimated net worth was $10 million.

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Kyla Kenedy’s Biography – Plastic Surgery, Nose Job, Parents



Who is Kyla Kenedy?

Kyla Kenedy is an American child actress, who has achieved stardom with the role of Izzie in the television film “Raising Izzie” (2012), and also as Mika Samuels in the TV horror drama series “The Walking Dead” (2013-2015), in addition to other roles that she has acquired in her young career.

Age, Childhood, Parents, Education

Born Kyla Kenedy White on the 4th February 2003, in Charleston, South Carolina, she has remained silent about her parents and siblings. All we know is that she has been interested in acting and performing arts on the whole from an early age, moved to Atlanta in pursuit of new opportunities.

She doesn’t want any paparazzi intruding on her personal life, and hasn’t shared anything about her education, but considering that she is 16 years old, Kyla is still in high school.

Career Start

Kyla began her career when she was just eight years old in her native Charleston, with a couple of print commercials for Macy’s, Ann Taylor and Hertz, but once she got to Atlanta, her career expanded to new horizons as she began appearing in local commercials. Kyla also secured her first film role, as she was selected for a minor part in the film “The Three Stooges” in 2012.


This was enough for Kyla to gain confidence and experience, and so secure the lead role in the television drama film “Raising Izzie”, starring next to Rockmond Dunbar, Vanessa Williams and Victoria Staley. She received praise for her work, and won several awards, including the Young Artist Award in the category for Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries, Special or Pilot – Leading Young Actress.

Rise to Prominence

The same year, Kyla also featured in the TV series “The New Normal” (2012-2013), while in 2013 she was young Sage in the television film “Hidden Away”.

2013 was her breakthrough year, as she was selected for the part of Mika Samuels in the TV series “The Walking Dead”, and in two years she made appearances in six episodes of the Golden Globe Award-nominated series, which put her on the list of Hollywood stars. In 2014 she starred in the comedy film “Reality”, with Jonathan Lambert and Elodie Bouchez, and continued very successfully, in 2015 portraying the lead character at 10 years old, and also the same year featured in the film “A Gift Horse”, as Amanda, starring next to John Schneider and Candi Brooks.


Continual Success

In 2016, Kyla had another prosperous year, as she secured a couple of notable roles as Brianna in the TV romantic-drama series “The Night Shift” (2016-2017), and Dylan DiMeo in the TV comedy “Speechless” (2016-2019) – the show has been canceled this year, after three seasons, but she has appeared in all 63 episodes of the award-winning series, next to Micah Fowler, Mason Cook, Cedric Yarbrough, John Ross Bowie and Minnie Driver. The show made her even more popular as she got to appear in several high profile events with other stars of the series, such as the Disney ABC Television TCA Summer Press Tour Party held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, among others.

Concurrently she worked on other projects, including the film “Love Is All You Need?”, starring with Briana Evigan and Tyler Blackburn, and for which she won the Best Actress award at the Napa Valley Film Festival. The same year she appeared in the romantic film “Free Time of About Us”, and recently as Amanda in the TV series “Chicago P.D.” and its spin-off “Chicago Med”, both in 2019.

Voice Acting

Kyla has also tried herself in voice acting, and so far she has been very successful.


In 2014 she was the voice of Tamara in the animated TV series “Doc McStuffins”, while from 2015 to the present she has been the voice of Piper in the animated TV series “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie”, and so far featuring in 24 episodes of the award-nominated series.

Net Worth, Height, Weight, and Appearance

Kyle is a rising star and since starting her career has made a number of successful appearances all of which have contributed to her bank account. According to authoritative sources, Kyla Kenedy’s net worth is as high as $2.5 million, as of early 2020.

Kyla is still in her teens which means that she is growing and developing and her height and weight are to increase. Nevertheless, she currently stands at 5ft 6ins (1.68m), while just a year before she was at 4ft 11ins (1.49m). Her exact weight is unknown as well as her vital statistics. She has light brown hair and brown eyes.

Personal Life, Dating, Boyfriend, Is She Single? Trivia

At just 16 Kyla, has rarely spoken about her personal life. However, being busy with her career and education, it has left her little to no time for her personal endeavors. As a result, she is currently single and just enjoys free time with her parents and friends.


Kyla is an animal lover and has spoken about having a farm one day; she has two cats living with her and her parents in Los Angeles. Kyla also enjoys drawing and painting, and uses free time to nurture her artistic skills. She has also spoken about her education, and has said that once she finishes high school that she will enroll at a university to study English literature, and will also have a minor in Psychology.

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Michael Campion’s (aka Jackson Fuller on ‘Fuller House’) Wiki



Who is Micahel Campion?

Michael Campion is a young and aspiring American actor, who achieved stardom with the role of Jackson Fuller in the TV comedy series “Fuller House” (2016-2019), and also as Theo in the TV horror-fantasy drama series “Red Ruby” (2019), among other roles he has secured in his still young career.

Michael Campion Wiki- Age, Childhood, and Education

Michael Campion was born on the 26th July 2002, in Atlanta, Georgia USA; he is the son of Greg Campion and his wife Sheila, who moved to Orlando, Florida USA soon after his birth.

He has an older sister, and the family lived on a large property in rural Orlando. He went to a private school before his career became a real deal, after which he was home-schooled.

Career Beginnings

From an early age, he started showing interest in the performing arts, and joined the local community theater when he was just six years old, then did everything he could to eventually become a professional actor. Michael got an agent with the help of his mother’s friend, which marked the start of his career. He started with minor print commercials, and soon moved to television commercials in his local area.


He continued to improve slowly and soon had his face in national commercials, which was enough for his acting debut. He was young Dartagn’an in the TV series short “A Day in the Life of Young Robin Hood” in 2012, and continued with support roles – in 2013 he was Robby in the short film “The Great Zombini”, while in 2014 he was young Mark in the short film “Nova Road”. The following year, he was very successful as first he was Dartagnan in the short film “The 3 Musketeers – The Early Years”, and then made his feature debut as Tyler Austin in the film “Robo-Dog”, with dog Mac as the main star of the film, supported by Michael and Patrick Muldoon.

Rise to Stardom

With every role Michael was improving, and he started getting more prominent roles; he auditioned for “Fuller House” when he was 12 years old. The original “Full House” was aired from 1987 to 1995, and then Netflix picked up the sequel “Fuller House”, which premiered on the 26th February 2016 and Michael was selected for the role of Jackson Fuller, the teenage son of the main character D. J. Tanner-Fuller, portrayed by Candace Cameron. Michael has since appeared in all 67 episodes of the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated series, which has seen him rise to stardom.


The show is in its final season, with the finale scheduled for March 2020.

In 2017, Michael repeated his role of Tyler Austin in the sequel “Robo-Dog: Airborne”, and starred as Sam in the thriller-drama film “Finding Eden”, also in 2017, with Joseph Gatt and Tom Proctor. In 2018 he worked on the short film “Bite”, but it still hasn’t been released, while in 2019 he was the star of the TV horror fantasy-drama series “Red Ruby”, alongside Noa Drake and Richard Neil. Currently, Michael is working on the new TV series “The Quick Minute”, which is yet to receive its premiere date.

Theater Career and Magic Tricks

Although he has become a successful TV actor, Michael has remained loyal to the theater, and since his early days has featured in a bunch of plays, including “The Wizard of Oz”, then “Annie”, and “The Little Mermaid”. Michael has also found time to pursue his hobby – magic – and can be seen performing it at the famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, California. He is one of the most recent junior members in the Magic Castle.

Michael Campion Net Worth, Height, Weight, and Appearance

Michael is a young actor but has already showcased his talents.


His work so far has added a considerable amount to his wealth, and according to authoritative sources, Michael Campion’s net worth is estimated at $800,000 as of early 2020. Michael is in his teenage years and is still growing – he is currently listed at 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall, while he weighs approximately 132lbs ~ 60kgs, and his vital statistics are 38-13-29. He has blue eyes, while his hair is light brown.

Michael Campion Personal Life, Is He Dating or Single?

Although he is in his teens, Michael is no stranger to dating, and has experienced all from (apparently) blissful love to sad break-up.

In 2017, he met social media star Elizabeth Mendoza, and the two were together for a year, before ending their romance. Since then, he hasn’t been linked to anyone, and enjoys his life generally away from the paparazzi.

Michael Campion Facts, News, Influence

Michael rarely gives any interviews and even rarer talks about his life and plans. Nevertheless, he opened up in an interview with Thrive Global, in which he talked about some of the hardest things in his career, but also shared some tips for his young colleagues, and spoke about his life on the whole, from his childhood to recent career endeavors.


Michael has already inspired hundreds of young actors to follow in his footsteps. When he is not working, Michael enjoys traveling and is a big fan of water sports. Furthermore, he has found time to give back to the community, as he is a member of several charitable organizations, including PACER, and has been involved in fundraising campaigns for Help for Heroes, and other philanthropic foundations.

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The Untold Truth Of Tony Gonzalez’s Wife – October Gonzalez



Who is October Gonzalez?

Tony Gonzalez is a big name in American Football, as he has a number of records to his name, and has achieved so much in professional football. However, here are some facts about his wife, October Gonzalez. She is an actress and television personality who is not only known as Tony’s wife, but also as guest-hostess of the show “Rachel Ray” (2014-2016) and for her appearance in the show “Beat Shazam” (2017), among other accomplishments.

The Untold Truth of October Gonzalez

October was born as October Calinda Vegas-Russell on the 10th October 1980, in Los Angeles, California USA; she is the daughter of Pat Vegas, while her mother’s name is not known to the media.

She has three sisters and a brother; one sister’s name is Sarah, and her brother is PJ Vegas. Her father Pat is a legendary musician, and a member of the band Redbone, known for hit singles “Come and Get Your Love”, “Wovoka”, “Suzie Girl”, “We Were All Wounded At Wounded Knee”, “The Witch Queen of New Orleans”, and others. Influenced by her father’s success, October became interested music at an early age and in school was a member of the singing group, Elementary Ensemble. However, October’s parents developed a drug addiction, and she and her siblings were forced to move to Florida where they lived with their uncle and aunt.


She went to West Brook Senior High School, and after matriculation enrolled at the University of Texas, Austin.

How October and Tony Met?

Following her graduation, October obtained a license in bartending and cosmetology, and began working at a bar in Newport Beach, California. It was during her bartending days that she met Tony. The bar was owned by former basketball star Dennis Rodman, so Tony was a frequent visitor. At the time, October was already in a relationship and didn’t even pay attention to Tony. However, Tony threw a party and invited October and her then-boyfriend.

October wasn’t fond of Tony’s actions and rejected him, but a year later when she broke up with her boyfriend, she accepted a date with Tony. The two hit it off immediately and have been together ever since.

Still Not Married

They began dating in 2003, and though they consider themselves a married couple, the two haven’t officially wed. Nevertheless, back in 2007 they held a commitment ceremony, which marked the start of their union. Since then, they have welcomed two sons and a daughter, and October is step-mother to Tony’s son Nikko, from one of his previous relationships.

October Gonzalez Career

In addition to her bartending, since starting a romance with Tony, October has been heavily involved in the entertainment world.


Her first appearance was in the football wives documentary made by E!, entitled “True Hollywood Story” in 2009. Since then, October has made guest appearances in shows such as “Entertainment Tonight” (2014-2015), “Rachel Ray” (2014-2016), and was also the DJ in the show “Beat Shazam” in 2017. Most recently, she tried herself as an actress, and appeared in the TV series “Modern Family”, though, only in a minor role.

October Gonzalez Net Worth, Height, Weight, and Appearance

October has made a name for herself, though she is still best known as Tony Gonzalez’s companion. Her wealth has grown with her success, and it is estimated that her net worth is as high as $3 million, as of early 2020.

October Gonzalez stands at 5ft 4ins (1.63m) tall, while her weight and vital statistics aren’t known, but she has retained a perfect figure, despite pregnancies and age.

October Gonzalez Interests, News, Facts

October is a member of several humanitarian organizations, and is known for her philanthropic activities. She participated in the PETA campaign “I‘d Rather Go Naked Than Wear a Fur”, and she also supports Shadow Buddies Foundation, focused on improving the lives of children in need. Furthermore, October has been the host of the television show “Pink Party”, in which children and teenagers that are battling or battled cancer in the past tell their stories.


October Gonzalez’ Husband, Tony Gonzalez

Born Anthony David Gonzalez on the 27th February 1976, in Torrance, California USA, he is of mixed ancestry, as he has Jamaican, Cape Verdean, Scottish, African-American and Native American roots. He grew up with his mother Judy Gonzalez, and brother Chris in Huntington Beach, California, where his mother worked two jobs to provide for him and his brother. Tony went to Huntington Beach High School where he started playing football and basketball. During his high school career Tony won several awards, including being named into the first-team All-America selection.


Following the end of his senior year, Tony was named Orange County High School Athlete of the Year, sharing the honors with golfer Tiger Woods. After high school, Tony enrolled at the University of California, Berkeley, where he studied communications, but was much more focused on his football and basketball careers. He entered the NFL Draft in 1997, foregoing his last school at the university.

Career and Records

In the National Football League (NFL) Draft, Tony was chosen as the 13th pick overall by the Kansas City Chiefs, but in his rookie year, Tony had at best mediocre numbers with 33 receptions and two touchdowns, although it was good enough to earn him a spot in the NFL All-Rookie Team.


He improved in his second year with 59 receptions for 621 yards, and his third season was his breakthrough year in which he caught 76 receptions for 849 yards and 11 touch-downs; this earned him his first Pro Bowl selection, and a place in First-Team All-Pro. Since then, Tony has set many records, and has a total of 14 Pro Bowl appearances, before ending his career after 17 seasons in the NFL. He played for the Kansas City Chiefs until the end of the 2008 season when he was traded to the Atlanta Falcons, where he spend the rest of his career, which he ended with 1,325 receptions for 15,127 yards.

After retiring, Gonzalez has become an NFL analyst, and has worked with CBS and FOX.

Business Career, Acting, Net Worth

In addition to his sports career, Tony is also recognized for his business enterprises. Back in the day when he was with the Kansas City Chiefs, Tony started the cleaning service company Extreme Clean 88, and also co-founded a sports nutrition company, which produces and sells protein shakes, vitamins, and other diet supplements.

Tony is also an actor, and has featured in several television series and films; one of his major roles was as Special Agent Tony Francis, and as Paul Donovan in the film “XXX: Return of Xander Cage”. Tony’s net worth has benefited from all of his endeavors, and according to sources, Tony Gonzalez’s net worth is as high as $20 million, as of early 2020.

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