Susan Cavallari is one of many ordinary women who became famous mainly through their relationship with famous personalities like Clint Walker. Walker is a household name in the movie industry especially in the 1950s and 1960s but he is perhaps best known for his starring role in the TV show Cheyenne. The actor was married more than once but his love life with Susan drew much public attention them, especially on the later whose personal details were barely known. To know more about Susan Cavallari, here are facts we have to share with you.
Facts You Need to Know About Susan Cavallari, Clint Walker’s Wife
Who is Susan Cavallari?
Susan Cavallari is a beautiful American woman best known as the last wife of the famous American actor. Details about her age and place of birth are not yet disclosed, as she has not said a thing about her herself and family including her parents and siblings. Her educational qualifications or background is also not known. The world only got to know about her through Clint.
She was Walker’s Third Wife
Clint and Susan Cavallari got married in 1997 and she lived with the actor as his wife until his death in 2018. Prior to Susan, Clint was married twice. His first marriage was with Verna Garver in 1948 and they lived together as a couple until 1968 when they both filed for a divorce from each other. Clint’s union with Garver was blessed with a daughter who they named Valerie. She was born in 1950 and is known as one of the first female airline pilots in America. In 1974 Clint married his second wife, Giselle Hennessy, only for their marriage to end in 1994, after Hennessy passed away. Altogether, Walker’s marriage lasted for twenty years and Susan made his last quite memorable before his passing.
Susan was Supportive of her Husband
Susan’s professional career prior to and during her marriage with Clint is not known but one sure thing about her is that she was a key factor why the actor enjoyed his later years. She got married to the star actor when he was about rounding up his career in the show business. As at 1995 down to 1998, the actor’s activities in the industry lessened and Susan being his wife helped him manage his wealth in such a way that he was comfortable when he retired. Even after his death, Susan Cavallari is perfectly doing well by ensuring her husband’s legacy lingers on. Walker’s net worth is estimated at $4 million much of which he earned from his role as a cowboy “Cheyenne Bodie” in the popular 1950s TV series, Cheyenne.
Susan Cavallari’s ex-husband Clint Walker
Clint is an American actor and singer from Hartford, Illinois. He was born on May 30, 1927, as Norman Eugene Walker. He is a school drop out and he has a twin sister whose name is Lucy. To support the family with his income, Clint got himself a job at a factory before landing in the US Military where he worked as a Marine Merchant sailor. He also did some menial jobs before receiving his first TV acting role.
Clint ‘s first acting role was a Tarzan-type character in a Bowery Boys film entitled Jungle Gents. When he relocated to Los Angeles, he received a role in an epic religious film The Ten Commandments. The major role that brought him to the limelight was as a roaming cowboy Cheyenne Bodie in the TV series Cheyenne. The success of the television series earned him so much fame and wealth. It also helped him gain more roles in movies and TV series. Some of his films include Send Me No Flowers, The Night of the Grizzly, More Dead Than Alive. Similarly, he appeared in television series like Kodiak, Centennial and Kung Fu: The Legend Continues.
Susan’s Husband was Pronounced Dead Twice
Susan Cavallari’s husband Clint died on May 21, 2018. He was said to have died from congestive heart failure nine days before his ninety-first birthday. In May 1971, the actor narrowly escaped death after being struck by a ski pole at Mammoth Mountain, California. He was rushed to the hospital and was pronounced dead but after a brief examination, the doctors detected he was faintly alive. Clint was then rushed to the surgery room where his wounded heart was repaired. he returned to his career two months after.