How much is Tab Hunter worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Tab Hunter? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Tab Hunter's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Tab Hunter (born Arthur Andrew Kelm on July 11, 1931) is an American actor and singer. As an actor he has appeared in nearly forty titles since 1950; as a singer, he managed to get his single "Young Love" to be number one on the Billboard of 1957. \n \n\nTab_Hunter's Biography \n Beginnings \n Hunter was born in New York City to Charles Kelm and Gertrude Gelien. His parents were German immigrants, his father was a Jew and his Lutheran mother, his parents divorced, and his mother moved to California with her two children. The mother recovered her maiden name, Gelien, and changed the last name of her children for this one. He joined the Coast Guard at the age of fifteen, lying about his age to enlist.In his last years, Hunter's mother dragged health problems that forced their institutionalization and the administration of shock treatments; Hunter supported his mother until she died. \n Career as an actor \n Arthur Gelien changes his name to "Tab Hunter", suggested by his first agent, Henry Willson, and Hunter's films include: Island of Desire, along with Linda Darnell; the war drama set in World War II Battle Cry, in which he had an affair with an older woman; Burning Hills (The Burning Hills) with Natalie Wood; That Kind of Woman with the Italian star Sophia Loren; Gunman's Walk, western with Van Heflin and The Pleasure of His Company with Debbie Reynolds. These titles cemented Hunter's success as a young cinematographer. \n In September 1955, Confidential magazine reported an arrest of Hunter in 1950 for disorderly conduct. The article also referred to the stay in prison of the actor Rory Calhoun. The article grew out of a deal with Agent Henry Willson, who did not want the sexual orientation of his most prominent client, Rock Hudson, publicly revealed. This had no negative effects on Hunter's or Calhoun's career; A few months later, Hunter was considered the most promising new personality ("Most Promising New Personality" in a national survey sponsored by the "Council of Motion Picture Organizations." In 1956, he received 62,000 congratulations on Valentine's Day. Natalie Wood were the last actors to have an exclusive contract with Warner Bros. Studios. \n On July 9, 1960, Hunter was arrested by police in Glendale, California, and acquitted after the October trial in the face of false accusations. At the beginning of the 60's he did not get the role of Tony in the film adaptation of the musical West Side Story. Hunter had his own television show, "The Tab Hunter Show", on NBC, which only ran for one season (1960-1961), although it became one of the most popular sitcoms in the United Kingdom. Hunter settles in the south of France and acts in some European films: It does not matter to die, by Leon Klimovsky or the spaghetti western The revenge and my forgiveness by Roberto Mauri. \n She reappeared in the 1980s in several comedies: Polyester, by John Waters, which paired her with Divine, who is an unsatisfied housewife who will focus her interest on Tod Tomorrow, the character of a leading man who plays Hunter; Pandemonium, a parody of horror movies for teenagers; Grease 2, sequel to the well-known musical, in which Hunter is the substitute teacher and interprets the song "Reproduction" or Lust in the Dust (1985), by Paul Bartel, who reunited him with Divine. Other roles of Hunter in this decade were in horror films such as Cameron's Closet or Grotesque. In 1992 he wrote the screenplay for Dark Horse, in which he also acted. \n The documentary "Tab Hunter Confidential", produced by Allan Glaser, Neil Koenigsberg and Jeffrey Schwarz, is about Hunter's life. \n Singer \n Hunter was successful in 1957 with the song "Young Love", which reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for six weeks and was one of the biggest hits during the era of Rock n 'Roll was . \n Personal life \n Hunter was a close friend of Etchika Choureau, his co-star in Lafayette Escadrille, and Joan Cohn, widow of Harry Cohn, with whom he contemplated the possibility of marriage, in addition to maintaining friendship with many other Hollywood actresses, although never married. Hunter had a long relationship with fellow actor Anthony Perkins and skating champion Ronald Robertson, before starting his relationship with his partner for more than thirty years, Allan Glaser. \n During the era of Hollywood studies, Hunter has admitted that being gay then was a problem, he was not comfortable in the world of acting and was forced to maintain a double life with difficulty. \n Hunter wrote an autobiography: Tab Hunter Confidential: The Making of a Movie Star (2006), co-written with black gender specialist Eddie Muller, which became a best-seller in the New York Times and had a book edition in 2007. The book has continued to be reissued and has been nominated for some awards. In the book, Hunter confirms the permanent rumors about his homosexuality and rejects the veracity of his romances with Natalie Wood or Debbie Reynolds. \n Hunter has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Hollywood Boulevard. In 2007, a Golden Palm Star at the Palm Springs Walk of Stars in Palm Springs, California was dedicated to Hunter. \n\n\n\n\n\nTab Hunter Net Worth - $10 Million\n\n\n\n\n\nMore Facts about Tab Hunter\n\nThe Tab Hunter'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.