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About Dan Blocker
Dan Blocker was a seasoned actor and also a Korean War veteran of American heritage. He is noted to have appeared on NBC's 1959 - 1973 TV series titled, "Bonanza", where he played the role of Hoss Cartwright.
Apart from acting, he also performed as a bouncer at a bar while schooling. Some of his notable works are "The Girl in Black Stockings" (1957), "Have Gun - Will Travel" (1958), "Something for a Lonely Man" 1968), "The Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County" (1970), and more.
His father was Ora Blocker, while his mother was Mary Blocker. He had a sister named "Ora Blocker. He got married to Dolphia Parker Blocker in 1952 and they both stayed married until his death in 1972. His children include; Dirk, David, Debra and Danna Blocker.
The series he featured in, “Bonanza”, won an award in the category of "TV Series International" at the 1969 Bambi Awards. The said series also picked up an award in "Fictional Television Drama" at the 1970 Western Heritage Awards.
He was the largest baby to be born in Bowie County as he weighed 14 pounds (6.35 kg) at birth.
He was a Free Methodist.
Blocker passed away as a result of a gall bladder operation that he underwent.
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F.A.Q. about Dan Blocker
When is his birthday?
Dan Blocker's birthday is on December 10, 1928.
In how many days is his birthday?
Dan's birthday is in 10 days
How old was Dan when he died?
He was 43 years old.
When did he die?
He died in May 13, 1972.
How old would he be today?
Dan Blocker would be 94 years old if he was alive today.
Where was Dan from?
He was born in DeKalb, Texas, U.S..