Huell Howser was an American actor who had a net worth of $5 million. Huell Howser was named after the combination of the names of his parents Harold and Jewell. Howser started his career at WSM-TV in early 1980s. He hosted a show called “Real Life” for WCBS-TV and then he shifted to KCBS-TV and worked as a reporter. California’s Gold earned him a lot of fame. Howser was also good at writing and his articles California’s Gold has been the longest running series about California and is followed by a number of viewers all around the United States. This show, after receiving a huge appreciation has motivated the launch of many other projects about California which include Road Trip with Huell Howser, California’s Golden Parks and California’s Green.
Howser had donated his collection of California’s Gold and a number of books to Chapman University. He also endowed the California’s Gold scholarship fund. He is well acknowledged for his work to promote California’s culture, history and heritage. He was a true server for his state. His style was rich and motivated many other comedians in the United Sates. Huell Howser passed away on January 7, 2013 in Palm Springs of prostate cancer. He will be remembered for his services to California, his long lasting determination for the state and his devotion for the land. He was a true countryman. He loved to be the son of the state and he served the state like a son serving his mother.
|Date of Birth:
|Oct 18, 1945 – Jan 7, 2013 (67 years old)
|6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)
|Voice Actor, Television producer, Actor, Screenwriter, Presenter
|United States of America