Roy Rogers Biography, Wiki, Career, Age, Family, and Net Worth

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Leonard Slye was an American singer and actor who was one of the most popular Western stars of his era.

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Roy Rogers

Detailed Roy Rogers Biography

Known as the “King of the Cowboys”, he showed up in more than 100 movies and various radio and TV scenes of The Roy Rogers Show. In a significant number of his movies and TV scenes, he showed up with his better half, Dale Evans, his brilliant palomino Trigger; and his German shepherd, Bullet. His show was communicated on the radio for a long time and afterward on TV from 1951 through 1957. His initial jobs were uncredited parts in films by individual cowpoke singing star Gene Autry and his creations typically highlighted a sidekick, regularly Pat Brady, Andy Devine, George “Gabby” Hayes, or Smiley Burnette. In his later years, he loaned his name to the established chain of Roy Rogers Restaurants.

In 1955, Rogers and Evans bought a 168-section of land (68 ha) farm close Chatsworth, California, complete with a ridge farmhouse, growing it to 300 sections of land (121 ha). After their embraced little girl Debbie was executed in a congregation transport mishap in 1964, they moved to the 67-section of land (27 ha) Double R Bar Ranch in Apple Valley, California, living in the close-by town.

Rogers was a Freemason and an individual from Hollywood (California) Lodge No. 355, the Scottish Rite Valley of Los Angeles, and Al Malaikah Shrine Temple. He was additionally a pilot and the proprietor of a Cessna Bobcat.

Roy Rogers Drink

Roy Rogers Drink is a non-alcoholic drink made with cola and grenadine syrup, garnished with a maraschino cherry that is served to people who do not drink alcohol as a “mocktail”. The drink is named after the actor and singer Roy Rogers.

Roy Rogers Horse

Roy Rogers’ legendary horse was called Trigger. The trigger is one of the world’s most famous horses is to go under the hammer, the horse rose to fame with entertainer Roy Rogers.

Roy Rogers Death

Roy died on July 6, 1998, of congestive heart failure at Apple Valley, California and was buried at Sunset Hills Memorial Park in Apple Valley.

What is Roy Rogers Age?

He was born on November 5, 1911, in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Who’re Roy Rogers Family Members?

He was the son of  Mattie and Andrew Slye.

Who’re Roy Rogers Children?

He was father to Cheryl Darlene, Linda Lou, Roy, Jr., Robin Elizabeth, and four other adopted children—Mimi, Dodie, Sandy, and Debbie.

Roy Rogers Wife

In 1932, Len met an admirer named Lucile Ascolese. They were married in 1933 by a justice of the peace in Los Angeles; the marriage failed, and the couple divorced in 1936.

Len then went on tour with the O-Bar-O Cowboys and in June 1933 met Grace Arline Wilkins at a Roswell, New Mexico, radio station. They were married in Roswell on June 11, 1936. In 1941, the couple adopted a daughter, Cheryl Darlene. Two years later, Grace gave birth to a daughter, Linda Lou. A son, Roy, Jr., was born in 1946. Grace died of complications from the birth a few days later, on November 3.

Roy Rogers  and Dale Evans

Rogers met Dale Evans in 1944 when they were cast in a film together. They fell in love soon after Grace’s death, and Rogers proposed to her during a rodeo at Chicago Stadium. They got married on New Year’s Eve in 1947 at the Flying L Ranch in Davis, Oklahoma.

 Roy Rogers Net Worth 2020

His net worth was estimated to be $100 million.

Roy Rogers Social Media Accounts

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Roy Rogers Real Name

His real name was Leonard Franklin Slye.

Roy Rogers Movies

  • Mac Kintosh & T.J.
  • Alias Jesse James
  • Pals Of The Golden West
  • Son Of Paleface
  • In Old Amarillo
  • South Of Caliente
  • Spoilers Of The Plains
  • Heart Of The Rockies
  • Bells Of Coronado
  • North Of The Great Divide
  • Sunset In The West
  • Trail Of Robin Hood
  • Trigger, Jr.
  • Twilight In The Sierras
  • Down Dakota Way
  • The Far Frontier
  • Susanna Pass
  • The Golden Stallion
  • Melody Time
  • Night Time In Nevada
  • Eyes Of Texas
  • Under California Stars
  • The Gay Ranchero
  • Grand Canyon Trail
  • Hit Parade Of 1947
  • Bells Of San Angelo
  • On The Old Spanish Trail
  • Springtime In The Sierras
  • Apache Rose
  • Home In Oklahoma
  • My Pal Trigger
  • Out California Way
  • Rainbow Over Texas
  • Roll On Texas Moon
  • Song Of Arizona
  • Under Nevada Skies
  • Helldorado
  • The Man From Oklahoma
  • Bells Of Rosarita
  • Along The Navajo Trail
  • Don’t Fence Me In
  • Sunset In El Dorado
  • Utah
  • Hollywood Canteen
  • Lake Placid Serenade
  • Lights Of Old Santa Fe
  • The Yellow Rose Of Texas
  • Cowboy And The Senorita
  • San Fernando Valley
  • Song Of Nevada
  • Brazil
  • Idaho
  • King Of The Cowboys
  • Man From Music Mountain
  • Silver Spurs
  • Song Of Texas
  • Hands Across The Border
  • Man From Cheyenne
  • Ridin’ Down The Canyon
  • Romance On The Range
  • Sons Of The Pioneers
  • South Of Santa Fe
  • Sunset On The Desert
  • Sunset Serenade
  • Heart Of The Golden West
  • In Old Cheyenne
  • Bad Man Of Deadwood
  • Jesse James At Bay
  • Nevada City
  • Red River Valley
  • Robin Hood Of The Pecos
  • Arkansas Judge
  • Sheriff Of Tombstone
  • Young Bill Hickok
  • Young Buffalo Bill
  • The Carson City Kid
  • Colorado
  • Dark Command
  • The Border Legion
  • The Ranger And The Lady
  • In Old Caliente
  • Jeepers Creepers
  • Come On Rangers
  • Days Of Jesse James
  • Rough Riders’ Roundup
  • Saga Of Death Valley
  • Southward Ho!
  • Wall Street Cowboy
  • Frontier Pony Express
  • The Arizona Kid
  • Billy The Kid Returns
  • The Old Barn Dance
  • Shine On, Harvest Moon
  • Under Western Stars
  • Wild Horse Rodeo
  • The Old Corral
  • The Old Wyoming Trail
  • The Mysterious Avenger
  • Song Of The Saddle
  • The Old Homestead
  • Gallant Defender

Roy Rogers Songs

  • 32-20 Blues
  • A Gay Ranchero
  • A Little White Cross On The Hill
  •  A Very Fine Lady
  • Ain’t No Bread In The Breadbox
  •  Along The Navajo Trail
  • Amy Sky
  • An Organ a Guitar and a Chicken Wing
  •  As You Leave
  •  Avalanche
  • Baby Please Don’t Go
  •  Betsy
  •  Big Jake
  •  Bitter Rain
  • Black Cat Bone
  •  Bloody Barefoot Blues
  •  Blue Shadows On the Trail
  •  Blues For Brazil
  •  Blues In My Shoes
  • Blues On The Range
  • Built For Comfort
  • Bury Me Out On The Lone Prairie
  • Call On Me
  • Calm Before The Storm
  • Chapel in the Valley
  •  Cold Cold Heart
  • Colorado Trail
  • Comin’ On Too Strong
  • Cool Water
  •  Cover Up
  • Cowboy Heaven
  •  Cowboy Night Herd Song
  • Crawfish City
  • Crescent Steps
  •  Dangerous Ground
  • Devil Got My Woman
  • Don’t Cry Baby
  •  Don’t Ever Wear It For Him
  • Don’t Fence Me In
  •  Don’t Waste Your Love on Me
  • Doney Gal
  • Down At Josephine’s
  • Down Here In The Real Big Empty
  • Down Home Girl
  • Down In Mississippi
  • Dreamin’ At The Juke
  • Duck Walk
  • Dust
  • Echoes From the Hills
  • Ever Since I Lost You
  • Everybody’s Angel
  •  Feel My Care
  • Feel So Blue
  •  Fives and Ones
  • For The Children
  •  For The Love Of A Woman
  •  Game of Skill
  • Gazing Out My Window
  • Gertie Ruth
  • Gone But Not Forgotten
  • Good News Bad News
  • Goodbye Old Paint
  • Greenhouse Blues
  • Guilty Of Lovin’ You
  •  Gumbo Funk
  • Hadie Brown
  • Happy Trails
  • Hawaiian Cowboy
  •  Heaven Sittin’ Down
  • Hellhound On My Trail
  • Hello Stranger
  • Here We Go
  • Hey There Grandpa
  • Hi Ho Silver
  • Hi-Yo Silver
  • Hold That Critter Down
  • Holy Ghost Moan
  • Home On The Range
  • Hoppy Gene and Me
  • Hot To Trot/Ready To Go
  • Hurricane
  • I Can’t Go On This Way
  • I Ride An Old Paint
  •  I Still Can’t Forget You
  •  I Wish You Luck
  •  I Would Undo Anything
  • I’m A Stranger Here
  • I’m an Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande)
  •  I’m Fallin’ By Degrees
  • I’m Restless
  • I’m With You
  •  I’ve Sold My Saddle For An Old Guitar
  • Is It Love?
  • Jack Of Diamonds/Queen Of Spades
  •  Joey
  • Judgement Day
  •  Kick
  •  Kind Hearted Woman Blues
  •  Listen To the Rhythm Of the Range
  •  Little Queen Bee
  • Love Me Or Leave Me
  • Lover’s Moon
  • Make-Believe Cowboy
  • Mate Of Fate
  • Maybe Not
  • Medley of the Plains
  •  Mellow Apples
  •  Melody Of the Plains
  • Mercury Blues
  • Molly O And Dog Boy
  • Moonlight on the Prairie
  •  Move On Way From Here
  • Movie Trail Melody
  • My Chickashay Gal
  • My Heart Went That-A-Way
  • My Heart’s Desire
  • My Lost Home In Your Arms
  • My Rose In The Snow
  • New Dodge City Blues
  • New Worried Mind
  • No Destination
  • Nothing Left To Lose
  • On the Old Spanish Trail
  •  One More Ride
  •  One More Time
  •  Patron Saint Of Pain
  •  Pecos Bill
  •  Playin The Fool
  • Precious Moments
  • Pretty Girls Everywhere
  •  Proud Man
  • Ramblin’ Blues
  • Razor’s Edge
  •  Red Hot
  •  Red River Valley
  • Remembering You
  • Requiem For A Heavyweight
  • Ride Ranger Ride
  •  Rite Of Passage
  • River of Madness
  • River Of Tears
  • Rock Me To Sleep In My Saddle
  • Roll On Texas Moon
  •  Round That Couple Go Through And Swing
  • San Fernando Valley
  • Shake Your Moneymaker
  •  Shakin’ Hands With The Devil
  • She Gave Her Heart To a Soldier Boy
  •  She’s Cold As Ice
  • Smoke & Mirrors
  • So Much To Say And So Few Words
  •  Someone Like You
  • Song For Jessica
  • Song Wagon
  • Spanish Blues
  • Strange Love
  • Swamp Dream
  • Talking Walls
  • Tender Heart
  • Tennessee Stud
  • Tension
  • Terraplane Blues
  •  That Pioneer Mother Of Mine
  • That’s The Last Time
  • The Buffalo Cajun Mambo
  • The Cowman’s Prayer
  • The Devil’s Great Grandson
  • The Hills Of Old Wyomin’
  • The Message
  • The Night Herding Song
  • The Old Chisholm Trail
  • The Railroad Corral
  • The Streets Of Laredo
  • Therapy
  •  There Is Only You
  •  There’s a Round-Up In the Sky
  •  Those Hits Just Keep On Comin’
  • Time Changes Everything
  •  Tip-Walk
  • Too Bad When You Touch It
  •  Tumbling Tumbleweeds
  • Vida’s Place
  •  Walkin’ Blues
  • Walkin’ The Levee
  • Way Out There
  • What The Funk
  • When I Camped Under the Stars
  •  When The Golden Train Comes Down
  • When They Talk Like That
  • Whoppee Ti Yi Yo
  • Will My Love To You
  • Wrong Number
  •  Yellow Rose Of Texas
  • Yesterday
  •  You Better Run
  • You Can’t Stop Now
  • You Choose
  • You Waited Too Long
  •  You’re Gone
  • You’re Gonna Need Somebody On Your Bond
  •  Your Mind Is On Vacation
  • Your Sweet Embrace