James Coburn Actor Net Worth, Bio, Career, Still Alive?

James Coburn Biography

James Harrison  Coburn III is a well known American actor born in the United States. He was best known for playing Britt in action movies like Our Man Flint and The Magnificent Seven. He was a well-liked actor in the 1960s who was renowned for his comedic timing and capacity to infuse his roles with a special vigor. Starting in 1957, he had over 170 acting credits to his name.

James Coburn Net Worth

Coburn  had an estimated net worth of $10 million according to Celebrity Net Worth.  He amassed a great fortune for himself through acting and  was among the wealthiest and  famous actors in the world.

Is James Coburn Still Alive?

At the age of 74, Coburn passed away from a heart attack at his Beverly Hills residence on November 18, 2002. Paula, his wife, claimed that he passed away in her arms. Less than two years later, on July 30, 2004, Paula Coburn, then 48, passed away from cancer.

James Coburn Early Life and Family

Coburn was born on August 31, 1928 in Laurel, Nebraska and raised in Compton, California. His zodiac sign was virgo. Coburn was the son of James Harrison Coburn II and Mylet S. Coburn.

His mother was a Swedish immigrant and his father had Scots-Irish ancestry. The Great Depression destroyed his father’s garage business in Laurel.

Coburn joined the army after being drafted in 1950, working as a truck driver and occasionally as a disc jockey on an army radio station in Texas. In Mainz, West Germany, he narrated Army training videos as well

James Coburn Wife

Coburn had two marriages. In 1959, he married Beverly Kelly, with whom he had two children. After 20 years of marriage, the couple got divorced in 1979.

On October 22, 1993, in Versailles, France, he later wed actress Paula Murad Coburn; the two were united in marriage until Coburn’s passing in 2002.The James and Paula Coburn Foundation was established by the couple.

Bruce Lee and co-star Coburn were friends who studied martial arts together. Coburn served as one of Lee’s pallbearers at his funeral on July 25, 1973, following his untimely passing.

James Coburn Career

He studied acting at Los Angeles City College under the tutelage of Stella Adler with Jeff Corey, another aspiring actor and later made his stage debut in Billy Budd at the La Jolla Playhouse.

In addition to American Gun, he also appeared in the films Ride Longsome, Face of a Fugitive, The Magnificent Seven, The Great Escape, Charade, Major Dundee, In Like Flint, The President’s Analyst, Duffy, Candy, A Reason to Live, a Reason to Die, The Muppet Movie, Young Guns II, Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit, Maverick, The Nutty Professor, Affliction, Snow Dogs, and American Gun.

Coburn made guest appearances in episodes of the TV shows Bonanza, The Untouchables, Perry Mason, The Twilight Zone, Murder, She Wrote, and Arliss in addition to Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color and Alfred Hitchcock Presents. In 1994, Coburn was honored with a star at 7051 Hollywood Boulevard on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He was honored with an Academy Award in 1999 for Affliction’s Best Actor in a Supporting Role.

Paula Coburn Biography

Paula Josephine Murad Coburn also known as Paula O’Hara was an American actress and television host born in Jamaica.

Paula Coburn Net Worth

Murad had an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million at the time of her Death. She had amassed a great fortune for herself from her career as an actress.

Is Paula Coburn Still Alive?

Murad passed away from cancer in her Beverly Hills home. Murad was 48 years old and  passed away on July 30, 2004.

Paula Coburn Early Life and Family

Leroy and Olive were Murad parents . She was born  on October 31, 1955, in Jamaica. Leroy was a professor of law. She attended the University of Miami, where she studied theater and film.

She had three siblings, Ann (also from Leroy’s first marriage to Audrey Neal), Catherine and Elizabeth, as well as three brothers, Claude (from Leroy’s first marriage to Audrey Neal), Mark, and John. The Murad family had moved to Cleveland when she was a baby.

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