Raymond Burr was a Canadian American actor that received a net worth of fifteen million. Raymond Burr came into this world in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada in May 1917 and passed out in September 1993. The career of his on Broadway at the same time as on radio, film, and television was started by Burr. He was famous for the title roles of his in the tv series Ironside and Perry Mason. Burr was engaged in charitable endeavors and worked with the United Service Organizations. Throughout the career of his he'd more than 140 acting credits to the title of his. From 1957 to 1966 he starred as Perry Mason in the television series Perry Mason. From 1967 to 1975 Burr starred as Robert T. Ironside in the series Ironside. He starred as R.B. Kingston in the series Kingston: Confidential from 1976 to 1977. Burr starred as Herman Bockweiss in the television mini series Centennial through 1978 to 1979. He starred in numerous films including often playing the role of Perry Mason in TV films. A Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960 at 6656 Hollywood Blvd was received by Burr. 2 Primetime Emmy Awards for Perry Mason was won by him and was nominated for 2 Golden Globe Awards for Ironside. Raymond Burr passed away on September twelve, 1993 in the age of seventy six from cancer.
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