How Rich Is Fred Ward? Net worth, Salary, Career

Ward’s net worth was estimated to be about $3 million at the time of his death by CelebrityNetWorth. Although precise information regarding his assets is not accessible, one may assume that his successful career in the entertainment sector contributed significantly to his profits.

Fred Ward Death

Fred Ward, well known for his roles in Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins, Tremors, The Right Stuff, and other films died at the age of 79. Ward’s spokesman, Ron Hofmann, reported the death on Sunday, May 8, 2022. In a statement, Hoffman stated:

“I am really saddened to report the death of famed actor Fred Ward, who died on Sunday, May 8, 2022, at the age of 79.” It was Fred Ward’s request that any memorial tributes be offered in the form of contributions to the Boston University Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Center.”

The cause of death was not disclosed per the family’s wishes, and an official announcement from family members is presently expected. Ward is survived by his wife Marie-France Ward and son Django. He married Carla Evonne Stewart for the first time in 1965. Following their divorce, he married Silvia Ward and had a son. After their divorce, he married Marie in 1995.

Fred Ward

All About Frederick Joseph Ward

Frederick Joseph Ward, born on December 30, 1942, made his cinematic debut in 1973 in an Italian television picture. He subsequently went on to star in films such as Southern Comfort, The Right Stuff, Henry & June, The Player, Swing Shift, Short Cuts, and more.

Fred had his first appearance in an American film as a cowboy in Hearts of the West, and he later played a key part in Escape from Alcatraz. He received critical acclaim for his portrayal in Walter Hill’s Southern Comfort, and he played astronaut Gus Grissom in The Right Stuff. Following Swing Shift and Secret Admirer, the actor portrayed a hero in Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins, in which he did the stunts himself. Despite the extensive promotion, the film barely grossed $15 million.

Fred Ward

Ward rose to prominence for his roles as Earl Bassett in the 1990 horror film Tremors and Henry Miller in Henry & June. He also played the officer Hoke Moseley in his self-produced film Miami Blues. He later won a Cable ACE Award for his role in the western comedy Four Eyes and Six-Guns. Fred starred in the thriller Two Small Bodies as well as the comedy-drama Short Cuts. Notable films include the 2000 action thriller The Chaos Factor, the gangster film Circus, and the adolescent film Road Trip. He was a very versatile performer.