|Date of Birth:||1935 January 13|
|Age:||83 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 8 Inch|
Rip Taylor is an old comedian and actor. He is widely recognized for his wacky antics and high pitched voice. He has appeared in the numerous television series and has done a voice-over for animated movies. Rip is also better known by the nickname of Prince of Pandemonium, Master of Mayhem, The Crying Comedian, and King of Camp & Confetti.
Charles Elmer Rip Taylor Jr. know for his flamboyant and exuberance personality, has collected a decent money from his acting and voice over career. Besides that, his comedy skills also include in his career.
As of now, he has made an appearance in the multiple television series, and movies. Some of them are The Brady Bunch Variety Hour, Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, Here Comes the Grump and Indecent Proposal, DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp, Alex & Emma, respectively.
He received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1992 at 6626 Hollywood. Similarly, in 2006, he became the grand marshal of Washington D.C's Capital Pride parade.
As of 2017, Rip Taylor's net worth is estimated to be around $3 million.
When talking about the personal life of this talented personality, Rip, he has kept every information under a radar. However, according to several sources, people claimed that he is a gay.
But analyzing his past day, the rumors seem to be wrong. He was in the relationship with Rusty Rowe whom he dated for several months and got married.
However, their married life didn't last for the longer period. The reason behind their separation is still a mystery. Some believe the problems were his sexual orientation but the actual fact is kept secret.
Since then, Rip is not engaged in any affairs and neither there are any of his relationship news in the media.
Rip Taylor was born on January 13, 1935, in Washington D.C. to Charles Elmer Taylor Sr. father, and Elizabeth Taylor, mother. His father was a musician and mother, a waitress.
Rip faced lots of troubles in his childhood. He used to get bullied in school and molested while in foster care. Although he had such rough childhood, he grew up having a dedication to his dream. At his early age, he started serving as a Congressional page. Correspondingly, later he served in the Korean war while in the U.S Army Signal Corps.
Rip Taylor started his professional career as a voice actor in the television series, The Jetsons in 1962. Following up career, he then made his feature film debut in 1964, I'd Rather Be Rich. Subsequently, he also did voice-over several animated films including, Scooby-Doo Goes Hollywood, Tom and Jerry: The Movie, The Addams Family, etc.
Youtube: Rip Taylor comedy act.
82 years old Rip currently seems retired from his professions as there is no any sign of his current works. He must be enjoying his retirement and might be busy with himself.