Dwayne Hickman Actor

Dwayne Hickman is a 89 years old actor from United States of America from Los Angeles, California. He was born on May 18, 1934 in Los Angeles, California as Dwayne Bernard Hickman.



Dwayne Bernard Hickman is a former American actor and former television executive at CBS. Hickman is known primarily for teenager roles on television sitcoms. The brown-haired Hickman portrayed Chuck MacDonald Bob Collins's crazy teenaged nephew on the 1950s NBC series The Bob Cummings Show and the initially blond title character in CBS's The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.
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Birth name of Dwayne Hickman is Dwayne Bernard Hickman
Is Dwayne Hickman still alive?

Yes, Dwayne Hickman is still alive Last check: 2 years ago



Carol Christensen

Carol Christensen, American film actress

He married with Carol Christensen (67), in 1963. Dwayne Hickman was 28 and Carol Christensen was 25 years old. After 9 years, they break up in 1972.


Dwayne Hickman has 1 sibling. Actor Darryl (2 years older)

Dwayne Hickman net worth

He has a net worth of 500 thousand dollars.


Dwayne Hickman Movies (21)

There are 21 movies of Dwayne Hickman.

His first feature film was A Night at the Roxbury (1998, as Fred Sanderson). He was 64 when he starred in this movie. Since 1998, he has appeared in 21 feature films. The last one is Cops n Roberts (1995). In this movie, we watched him in the Brian Thursday character .

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Dwayne Hickman movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

Dwayne Hickman TV Shows (23)

His first TV Show was Lux Video Theatre (1950).

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He graduated from Loyola Marymount University

What is Dwayne's zodiac sign?

Dwayne Hickman zodiac sign is taurus.

When is Hickman's next birthday?

Dwayne Hickman was born on the , which was a Friday. He will be turning 90 in only 343 days from today (10 June, 2023).

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