How much is Gordon Scott worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Gordon Scott? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Gordon Scott's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Gordon Scott , whose real name was Gordon Merrill Werschkul (Portland, Oregon, August 3, 1926-Baltimore, Maryland, April 30, 2007) was a American actor. \n \n\nGordon_Scott's Biography \n He was born as Gordon Merrill Werschkul, being one of the nine children of Stanley Werschkul and his wife Alice. He grew up in Oregon, attending the University of Oregon for a semester, a public university located in Eugene. \n In 1944 he was recruited to the marine infantry of the United States Army, being an instructor and military police and graduated with honors in 1947. He later served as a fireman and seller of agricultural machinery, among other occupations. In 1953, as a lifeguard at a hotel pool in Las Vegas, Nevada, he attracted attention for his physique and was introduced to Sol Lesser, who was preparing a new Tarzan film. In the end, Gordon Scott was chosen, and he took over from Lex Barker. From that moment on he participated in a total of twenty-five films, among which were those in which he played the role of Tarzan: Tarzan and the Lost Safari (1957), Tarzan's Fight for Life (1958), Tarzan and the Trappers (1958). ), Tarzan's Greatest Adventure (1959) and Tarzan The Magnificent (1960). Finished its Hollywood stage like Tarzan, it emigrated towards the Italian cinema to become one of the main stars of the Peplum or films of peplo, being rival of Steve Reeves. Among his most prominent Peplum films are R\u00f3mulo and Remo, where he shared the bill with Steve Reeves, The Hero of Babylon or his performances as Hercules and Maciste (especially Iron Fists). In 1965 he starred in the television movie Hercules and the Princess of Troy, which was the pilot episode for a series that was not sold and did not materialize.When the Peplum began to go out of fashion, Gordon was able to adapt to the new fashions and he starred in some spaghetti western such as The Hero of the West and The Pistols of North Texas, in which he was Lon, son of the character of Joseph Cotten; belonging to the subgenre of eurospy or European spy cinema was Spies' Nest. \n In 1948 he married Janice Mae Wynkoop, whom he had met in Oakland, California, that same year they had a daughter named Karen Judith Werschkul, divorcing in 1949. On April 14, 1956 Scott married the actress also Vera Miles, who had been his co-star; Scott became stepfather of Vera's children, Kelley Miles and Debra Miles. From this marriage a son was born in 1957, called Michael Scott. Vera and Gordon divorced on March 2, 1960. \n After finishing his stage in European cinema, Scott did not make films again, but he appeared in documentaries and was a regular presence at fan conventions; in his last 6 years of life he was sharing a flat with one of his fans in Baltimore, where he died on April 30, 2007 due to cardiovascular problems. \n He is survived by one of his brothers, Rafield Werschkul, who resides in Portland, Oregon. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Gordon Scott\n\nThe Gordon Scott's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.