Who is Susan Dee Robbins?
He had a few relationships with Frederica Jacqueline Wilson, Mary Murphy, and Lula Mae, all of which did not end well, and they later divorced.
Susan Dee Robbins is the Fourth Wife Of the Actor Dale Roberson.
Susan Dee Robbins’ net worth is not an exact number as there is no official disclosure. However, she has made a lot of money by selling books and other stuff. Her book sales are around $2 million per year. She also earns about $50 thousand every month from writing articles.
Susan Dee Robbins Children.
Susan Dee Robbins Did Not have any Biological Children with Dale Robertson.
Dale Robertson had 3 Daughters In past Relationships.
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Dale Robertson died in 2013 at age 89 after a career that spanned more than 40 years, from the late 1940s through the early 1990s. He appeared in some 30 films. His two most famous T.V. series, “Tales of Wells Fargo” and “Iron Horse,” ran in the ’50s and ’60s.
Later in his career, he appeared in such well-known series as “Dynasty” and “Dallas.”
At Hollywood Boulevard and Wilcox Avenue, he has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Shortly after Dale Robertson’s death, Susan began writing a book titled “Bucking Hollywood,” about his life story, published in January by Page Publishing, Inc.
There are stories about Robertson’s career and Hollywood in the book. There are also a lot of pictures of Robertson at his ranch in Oklahoma, where he lived after his acting career came to an end.
Dale and Susan’s Marriage
Dale and Susan were married in 1980, the fourth marriage for the actor and outdoorsman. She was a flight attendant on American Airlines, and the couple met when Dale was flying between Los Angeles and Oklahoma.
Susan said that when Dale boarded the plane, she immediately knew who he was because she and her family had been fans of “Tales of Wells Fargo” when she was growing up.
In the series, which aired from 1957 through 1962 on NBC, Dale played Wells Fargo agent Jim Hardie, a detective on horseback. He was sent to a different spot along the stagecoach route, each week, investigating any trouble.
In another series, “Iron Horse,” Dale played Benjamin P. Calhoun, a gambler who won a struggling, unfinished railroad in a high-stakes poker game. The series follows his efforts to complete and put the railroad into service.
After Series. They married, they moved to Oklahoma and lived on a horse farm, where Dale could indulge his passion for breeding and training horses. “I loved it. I was a horse person myself,” said Susan. Dale commuted between Oklahoma and L.A. for a time as he appeared in various T.V. series.
As a young man Dale became an expert horseman, learning to ride and train horses on his family’s Ranch near Oklahoma City. Later he attended the Oklahoma Military College and boxed in professional prize fights to earn money.
“He was a real man’s man,” said Susan.
Later, when Dale’s health began to fail, Susan moved her husband to Rancho Santa Fe to be closer to the support of her sister and brother-in-law, who also live on the Ranch.
Dale died in February of 2013 after a battle with lung cancer.
Susan said her husband loved to tell stories about his Hollywood days, and she scribbled down notes over the years, which helped when she began to write the book.
Dale Robertson’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Courtesy according to Susan, Dale chafed at some of the changes he saw in the movie and television industry, decrying what he called “gimmicks” in the place of good stories. Dale also objected to the sexual content that crept into many T.V. shows, according to published accounts.
“He didn’t compromise himself in the film business or life. He was his own man,” said Susan.”
“Tales of Wells Fargo” airs daily at 2 p.m. on STARZ Encore Westerns.
Susan Robertson’s book, “Bucking Hollywood,” can be found on amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, book stores, etc.
Though Susan and Dale didn’t have any children during their 32 years of marriage, Dale had two children from his previous relationships. The children are Rebel Lee, Rochelle Robertson.