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Hoot Gibson

Birthday: August 6, 1892 (70 years) Died: , 1962 (61 years Ago in United States)

HomeTown: Nebraska, Nebraska, United States

Hoot Gibson is a native of the United States. This actor and rodeo star had a career spanning five decades and performed in hundreds of early 20th-century Western films, some of the most notable of which being The Night Riders, The Saddle King, The Galloping Kid, and The Marshal’s Daughter. His career began in the 1930s. Hoot Gibson was born on August 6, 1892 in Nebraska, United States. Hoot Gibson died on , 1962 at the age of 70 years in United States. Check below for more deets about Hoot Gibson. This page will put a light upon the Hoot Gibson bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, dating, trivia, photos, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Stage Name Hoot Gibson
Real Name Hoot Gibson
Profession(s) Movie Actor,
Birthday August 6, 1892
Zodiac Sign Leo
Death Died on , 1962 (61 years ago) (Age: 70 years) in United States
Gender Male
Birthplace Nebraska, United States
Hometown Nebraska, Nebraska, United States
Nationality American

Hoot Gibson Family

Father: Not Available
Mother: Not Available
Brother(s): Not Available
Sister(s): Not Available

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Hoot Gibson Trivia

  • Hoot Gibson was born in Nebraska, United States.
  • Hoot Gibson’s birth sign is Leo.
  • When he was eighteen years old, he appeared in his first silent picture, which was titled “Pride of the Range.” After almost twenty years, he made his debut appearance in a talkie, which was titled The Long, Long Trail.
  • In order to serve in the United States Army during the years of World War I, he decided to put his acting and rodeo careers on hold for the time being.
  • His first marriage was to Rose August Wenger, who was also a performer in the film and rodeo industries. His second marriage was to Helen Johnson, and it was through this union that he had a daughter called Lois Charlotte Gibson. Sally Eilers and Dorothy Dunstan, respectively, were his third and fourth wives after he had already been married twice.

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