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Tony Dow 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki
Born: April 13, 1945, Los Angeles, California, United States
Died: July 27, 2022, Topanga, California, United States
Height: 1.73 m
Children: Christopher Dow
Spouse: Lauren Shulkind (m. 1980), Carol Marlow (m. 1969–1980)
Birthday: April 13, 1945 (Aries)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Also Known As: Tony Lee Dow
Died At Age: 77
Spouse/Ex-: Lauren Shulkind (M. 1980), Carol Marlow (M. 1969–1980)
Father: John Stevens
Mother: Muriel Montrose
Children: Christopher Dow
Born Country: United States
Actors T V & Movie Producers
Height: 5’8″ (173 cm), 5’8″ Males
Died On: July 27, 2022
Place Of Death: Topanga, California, U.S.
Diseases & Disabilities: Clinical Depression
U.S. State: California
City: Los Angeles
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Dow married Carol Marlow in June 1969 and their marriage ended in 1980. They had one child, who was born in 1973. In June 1980, Dow married Lauren Shulkind.
In the 1990s, Dow revealed that he had suffered from clinical depression. He subsequently starred in self-help videos chronicling this battle, including the 1998 Beating the Blues. Dow was also hospitalized with pneumonia in 2021.
In May 2022, Dow was diagnosed with liver cancer. On July 26, 2022, after a premature report of Dow’s death, his family announced that he was alive at his home in Topanga, California.
However, it was reported that he was in his “last hours” and under hospice care. Dow died the following day, July 27, at the age of 77.
Tony Dow was born Tony Lee Dow on April 13, 1945, in Hollywood, California, USA, to Muriel Virginia Dow and John Stevens Dow, Jr. Before making his acting debut, Dow was a trained diver.
He even took part in ‘The AAU Junior Olympic Games’ which is organized annually by the ‘Amateur Athletic Union’ (AAU).
Though he had no previous acting experience, he landed the role of Wally Cleaver after attending an audition held by the makers of the television sitcom ‘Leave It to Beaver.’ He played Cleaver from 1957 to 1963, appearing in 234 episodes.
His performance in the series was appreciated by critics and commoners alike. Subsequently, he became a household name in the United States.
When ‘Leave It to Beaver’ went off-air in 1963, Dow started appearing in other television series, such as ‘Dr. Kildare,’ ‘The Eleventh Hour,’ ‘The Greatest Show on Earth,’ and ‘My Three Sons.’
From 1963 to 1965, he was seen in five episodes of a dramatic TV series titled ‘Mr. Novak.’
Tony Dow’s father, John Stevens Dow, Jr. worked as a general contractor and designer. His mother, Muriel Virginia Dow, was a stunt performer who worked as actress Clara Bow’s body double.
Dow dated Carol Marie Theresa Marlow before marrying her on June 14, 1969. On March 26, 1973, Marlow and Dow were blessed with a son named Christopher T. Dow. After divorcing Carol Marlow on March 10, 1980, Dow married Lauren Shulkind on June 16, 1980.
Dow and Shulkind had a child.
In the 1990s, he spoke about fighting clinical depression. He has also appeared in several videos, chronicling his fight against clinical depression. One such video titled ‘Beating the Blues’ was released in 1998.
In May 2022, Tony Dow was diagnosed with liver cancer. He died on July 27, 2022, at at his home in Topanga, California.