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Marty Ingels Net Worth

Marty Ingels net worth is

$25 Million

Marty Ingels Wiki Biography

Martin Ingerman was born on the 9th March 1936, in Brooklyn, New York City USA, and was an actor, comedian, sketch writer as well as theatrical agent. Under his stage name – Marty Ingels, he was famous for the role of Arch Fenster in the early 1960s sitcom “I’m Dickens, He’s Fenster”. He was also widely known for his raspy voice and for voicing the Pac-Man in 1982 eponymous TV series. Marty Ingels passed away in October 2015.

Have you ever wondered how much wealth this veteran actor accumulated for life? How rich Marty Ingels was? According to sources, it is estimated that the total amount of Marty Ingels’ net worth, as of late 2016, would exceed $25 million. It was acquired through his prolific acting career which was active for almost 57 years from 1958 ’til his death in 2015.

Marty Ingels Net Worth $25 million

Marty was born to Minnie and Jacob Ingerman and was of Jewish descent. He attended Forest Hills High School and enrolled at Queens College in Queens, New York, but soon dropped out. Upon finishing his service in the US Army, Marty appeared in several game shows such as “What’s My Line?”, “The Price is Right” and “The Match Game”. He liked the time spent in front of the camera, so he decided to pursue a career in acting, and relocated to California.

Marty Ingels officially debuted as an actor in 1958 with a small, uncredited role in “The Phil Silvers Show” TV series. This was followed by more TV series side roles – “Dan Raven” (1960) and “Manhunt” (1961). After several other small roles in various TV series, Marty Ingels was cast in ABC’s sitcom “I’m Dickens, He’s Fenster”. The series followed the everyday life of a small construction gang, with Harry Dickens played by John Astin and Arch Fenster portrayed by Marty Ingels, and aired for one season between 1962 and 1963, featuring 32 episodes. This role marked the real breakthrough in Marty Ingels’ acting career and provided the basis for what today would be quite an impressive amount of wealth.

In his 57 year-long acting career, Marty Ingels recorded over 70 movies and TV series credits. Some of his memorable engagements included appearances in some of the most popular TV series such as “The Dick Van Dyke Show” (1961), “The Detectives” (1961), “Burke’s Law” (1964), “The Addams Family” (1966), “The Phyllis Diller Show” (1967), “Adam-12” (1973), “Police Story” (1975), “Walker, Texas Ranger” (1998), “ER” (2006), “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2010) and “New Girl” (2013). His unique, raspy voice brought him plenty of commercial contracts, as well as voice acting roles of Beegle-Beagle in “The New Tom & Jerry Show”. Although he was more orientated towards television, Marty Ingels had also made several memorable movie appearances, such as in “Wild and Wonderful” (1964), “A Guide for the Married Man” (1967) and “If It’s Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium” (1969). Some of his later acting engagements included the 2015 comedy “Promoted”, and the adventure “Bruce the Challenge” which is expected to hit the theaters in late 2017.

When it comes to his personal life, Marty Ingels was married to Jean Marie Frassinelli between 1964 and 1966. From 1977 ’til his death in 2015, he was married to Academy Award winning actress Shirley Jones. During the 1970s, he founded Ingels, Inc., an agency based in Hollywood which helped celebrities to match potential advertisers and clients. In 1990, Marty published an autobiography “Shirley and Marty: An Unlikely Love Story”. Marty Ingels passed away after a stroke at the age of 79, on the 21st October 2015, in Tarzana, California, USA.

Full Name Marty Ingels
Net Worth $25 Million
Date Of Birth March 9, 1936
Died October 21, 2015
Place Of Birth Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
Profession Comedian, Voice Actor, Talent agent
Nationality American
Spouse Jean Marie Frassinelli (m. 1964–1966), Shirley Jones (m. 1977–2015)
Children Ryan Cassidy, Shaun Cassidy, Patrick Cassidy, Ryan Cassidy ; David Cassidy, step-son of Shirley Jones, Shaun Cassidy, Patrick Cassidy, Ryan Cassidy
Parents Minnie Crown, Jacob Ingerman
Siblings Arthur Ingerman
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0408733/
Movies Parasomnia, If It’s Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium, The Busy Body, Wild and Wonderful, The Horizontal Lieutenant, Christmas Comes to Pac-Land, Down the Barrel
TV Shows Pac-Man, The Great Grape Ape Show, Cattanooga Cats, The Pruitts of Southampton, I’m Dickens, He’s Fenster, Motormouse and Autocat
# Quote
1 [on Jerry Lewis] He is still suffering the pangs of the self-esteem problems of a comic. Jerry never evolved as a person. He just got old. Jerry is still brilliant, but . . . he has never evolved as a person. That’s why nobody likes him. It’s too bad because he was brilliant at what he did. Shirley [Shirley Jones], my wife, never liked his comedy. But when he was on top he changed the entire face of comedy the world over.
2 [on Jackie Mason] He’s a cold guy. Hard. Not loving. He’s not the kind of guy who puts his arm around you. Not giving. He’s a very, very cold businessman. He came to Hollywood hot as a pistol after his Broadway show and did a few movies and two or three series. The sparks flew. He left this town with more enemies . . . he’s a brilliant comic. He really is brilliant.
3 [on Red Buttons] Red Buttons was a nice guy, but don’t ever get him onstage when you’re supposed to be equals. He’ll cut both your legs off and jump on you.
4 [on Dean Martin] One thing I admired about Dean Martin–[Frank Sinatra] would say, “Suit up. We have to show up for this thing.” “What thing?” “The Mob is doing this thing.” Dean used to say to Sinatra, “You owe them. I don’t.” They all had money in Cal-Neva. The Mob had a part, Sinatra had a part and Dean Martin had a part. Dean thought he was just in it with Sinatra. When he found out he was in it with the Mob he brought a lawyer and said, “I’m out.” I admired him for that.
5 [on Don Adams] Ah, he was such a putz, Don Adams. He was such a cold hearted guy. A real cold hearted guy.
6 [on Sandy Baron] I never understood Sandy Baron. I know he had psycho bouts of depression that were very bad. He would go into a clinic or else people would have to physically come to his house and feed him. He had some very bad things going on.
7 [on Buddy Hackett] . . . a prick. A real prick! But he was funny. He did his dirty stuff, he wasn’t a good actor and he was a prick. He wasn’t nice to the people who helped him in the old days and wasn’t easy to get along with.
# Fact
1 Nephew of former New York City Mayor Abraham Beame.
2 In the 1970s he founded Ingels Inc., a Hollywood agency that matched celebrities with advertisers.
3 He died of complications from a massive stroke at Tarzana Medical Center in Tarzana, Los Angeles.
4 After graduating from Forest Hills High School in Queens, NYC, he briefly attended Queens College before leaving to pursue a string of jobs (his parents wanted him to be a dentist).
5 Stepfather of Shaun Cassidy, Patrick Cassidy, and Ryan Cassidy.
6 Has arranged for several well known celebrities to appear in TV commercials, including Orson Welles‘s appearances and voiceovers in commercials for Paul Masson Wines.


Title Year Status Character
The Middle Ages 2015 TV Series post-production Pop-Pop (segment “Skype”) / Richard (segment “Blind Date”) / Willy (segment “Willy & Gerty”)
Bruce the Challenge 2017 Gramps
Promoted 2015 Murray Silver
Burt Paxton: Private Detective 2014 TV Series short Grandpa
New Girl 2013 TV Series Pickled Patron
A Strange Brand of Happy 2013 Mack
Laid Off 2012 TV Series Dick
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2010 TV Series Marty Felnick
Parasomnia 2008 Mr. Boudreau (uncredited)
Wednesday Again 2008 Xander
Chasing Robert 2007 Porn Shop Manager
ER 2006 TV Series Mr. Gallagher
Z-Squad 2006 TV Series Butler
Down the Barrel 2003 Video Richard Chainey
Kartenspieler 1999 Max
The Jungle Book: Mowgli’s Story 1998 Video Hathi (voice)
Walker, Texas Ranger 1998 TV Series Murray
Zork: Grand Inquisitor 1997 Video Game Griff (voice)
Baywatch 1997 TV Series Prospector
Deadly Games 1995 TV Series Hank
Burke’s Law 1995 TV Series Christopher Kohl
Round Numbers 1992 Al Schweitzer
The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them 1992 uncredited
Darkwing Duck 1991-1992 TV Series The Devil
Murder, She Wrote 1990-1991 TV Series Joe Gelardi / Seymour Densch
What a Dummy 1991 TV Series Leonard
The New Adam-12 1991 TV Series Mr. Edwards
Instant Karma 1990 Jon Clark
The Munsters Today 1990 TV Series Ivan
Pac-Man 1982-1983 TV Series Pac-Man / Sir Chomp-A-Lot
Christmas Comes to PacLand 1982 TV Movie Pac-Man (voice)
Family 1979 TV Series Gip Goddard
The Love Boat 1978 TV Series Joe Nash
CHiPs 1977 TV Series Sidney
Police Story 1975-1976 TV Series Howie / Marty Abbott
The Ghost Busters 1975 TV Series Billy the Kid
The New Tom & Jerry Show 1975 TV Series Beegle Beagle (voice)
The Great Grape Ape Show 1975 TV Series Beegle Beagle (voice)
Linda Lovelace for President 1975 Ronald Trixie
Adam-12 1973-1974 TV Series Siphoner / David Harwood
How to Seduce a Woman 1974 Jim
The Rookies 1973 TV Series Master of Ceremonies
Banacek 1972 TV Series Marty Ingels
The Partners 1971 TV Series Eddie Polaski
Cattanooga Cats 1969 TV Series Autocat (1969-1971) (voice)
Motormouse and Autocat 1969 TV Series Autocat (voice)
If It’s Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium 1969 Bert Greenfield
The Picasso Summer 1969 Man at Party
For Singles Only 1968 Archibald Baldwin
Kiss Me Kate 1968 TV Movie Gangster
Good Morning, World 1967 TV Series Jimmy
A Guide for the Married Man 1967 Technical Adviser (Meat Eater)
The Phyllis Diller Show 1967 TV Series Norman Krump
The Busy Body 1967 Willie
Bewitched 1966 TV Series Dan
The Addams Family 1966 TV Series Dr. Marvin P. Gunderson
Wild and Wonderful 1964 Doc Bailey
Burke’s Law 1964 TV Series Wally
Duncan Be Careful 1964 TV Movie
I’m Dickens, He’s Fenster 1962-1963 TV Series Arch Fenster
The Horizontal Lieutenant 1962 Yeoman Leo Buckles
The Dick Van Dyke Show 1961-1962 TV Series Sol Pomeroy
Hennesey 1960-1962 TV Series Patient / Waiter
Follow the Sun 1961 TV Series Georgie
Pete and Gladys 1961 TV Series Man
The Detectives 1961 TV Series Lazarus
Armored Command 1961 Pinhead
The Law and Mr. Jones 1961 TV Series Tony
The Aquanauts 1961 TV Series Waiter
The Ann Sothern Show 1961 TV Series Erskine Wild
Manhunt 1961 TV Series
Dan Raven 1960 TV Series Benny
The Phil Silvers Show 1958 TV Series Navy Cook


Title Year Status Character
The Life and Death of John Gotti 2017 executive producer post-production


Title Year Status Character
Right Here in River City: The Making of Meredith Willson’s ‘The Music Man’ 1998 Video documentary short acknowledgment: photographs provided by / special thanks


Title Year Status Character
A Strange Brand of Happy: Behind the Scenes 2014 TV Movie Himself
Jon Finch: The Ultimate Impresario 2011 Video short Himself
The View 2009 TV Series Himself
Entertainment Tonight 2008 TV Series Himself
The Test 2001 TV Series Himself – Panelist
Intimate Portrait 2001 TV Series documentary Himself
Biography 2000 TV Series documentary Himself
The Di Palma Forum at UNLV 1999 TV Series Himself
The 13th Annual Genesis Awards 1999 TV Special Himself – Presenter
Cops n Roberts 1995 Himself
Vicki! 1993 TV Series Himself
CBS This Morning 1990 TV Series Himself
Sally Jessy Raphael 1990 TV Series Himself
The New Hollywood Squares 1987 TV Series Guest Appearance
All-Star Party for Frank Sinatra 1983 TV Movie Himself
Pac Preview Party 1982 TV Movie Himself / Pac-Man
The 28th Annual Genii Awards 1982 TV Special Himself
Pat Boone and Family Christmas Special 1979 TV Movie Himself – Cameo
The National Leukemia Broadcast Council Honors Shirley Jones 1979 TV Movie Himself
The 20th Annual Grammy Awards 1978 TV Special Himself
The Paul Ryan Show 1977 TV Series Himself
You Don’t Say 1967-1975 TV Series Himself / Himself – Guest
Sandy in Disneyland 1974 TV Special Himself
The Joe Franklin Show 1972 TV Series Himself
The Virginia Graham Show 1971-1972 TV Series Himself
The Mike Douglas Show 1971-1972 TV Series Himself – Comedian / Himself
The Real Tom Kennedy Show 1970 TV Series Himself
Playboy After Dark 1969-1970 TV Series Himself
Della 1969 TV Series Himself
Allen Ludden’s Gallery 1969 TV Series Himself
The Joey Bishop Show 1967-1969 TV Series Himself
Silent Treatment 1968 Documentary Himself
The Skitch Henderson Show 1968 TV Series Himself
The Woody Woodbury Show 1967 TV Series Himself
P.D.Q. 1967 TV Series Himself
The Match Game 1965 TV Series Himself – Team Captain
Get the Message 1964 TV Series Himself
To Tell the Truth 1964 TV Series Guest Panelist
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1963-1964 TV Series Himself – Guest
The Price Is Right 1964 TV Series Himself
What’s My Line? 1964 TV Series Himself – Guest Panelist
The Hollywood Palace 1964 TV Series Himself – Comedian
Here’s Hollywood 1962 TV Series Himself
The Tonight Show 1962 TV Series Himself – Comic
The New Steve Allen Show 1961 TV Series Himself – Comedian
The Ladies Man 1961 Himself
The Steve Allen Plymouth Show 1959 TV Series Himself – Comedian

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