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Al Molinaro was a popular American actor known for playing roles in several series.
He is best known for his portrayal of the character Al Delvecchio in the series 'Happy Days'(1994). Murray the cop was another of his hit characters that appeared in the series 'The Old Couple'.
Al Molinaro started his professional journey at a collection agency in California. Later, he sold his business and found his interest in real estate speculation. While working in real estate, he earned handsomely. He became financially independent and decided to try his hands on his childhood dream of being an actor.
Al Molinaro breathed his last on October 29, 2015, in Glendale, California at the age of 96. The cause of his death is cited as a gall bladder infection.
Al Molinaro was one of the richest actors in the industry with a net worth of $10,000,000 before his death.
Al Molinaro earned nearly $400,000 per year and over $32,000 per month.
Al was 5 ft 6 in (170cm) tall.
Born in 1919, Al Molinaro was 96 years old at the time of his death.
Al Molinaro was the son of Raffaele Molinaro, who was an Italian immigrant who came to the US from Calabria, when he was only 15 years old. Molinaro's mother's name is Umberto Francesca Molinaro. He was born on June 24, 1919, in Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA. Not much is known about his family life.
Molinaro found his talent for public speaking when he was in high school. However, he struggled in high school and graduated a year later. In 1940, he left home and then moved to LA to pursue his profession in television series and movies.
In 1948, Al Molinaro got married to Jacquelin Martin. The couple had a child named Michael. After the two got divorced, Al remarried Betty Farrell in 1981. He was survived by his wife Betty Farrell and three grandchildren. Al Molinaro and Betty Farrell were married for 34 years until his death. He was a family person.
Al Molinaro became famous after he portrayed the role of Al Delvecchio in 'Happy Days' and as Murray the cop in 'The Odd Couple'.
After he stopped his collection agency and real estate speculation, the American Actor, Molinaro studied the theater and was approached for guest roles and small parts in television series, including 'That Girl', 'Green Acres', and more. Later, Molinaro was offered the role of police officer Murray the cop in the comedy film 'The Odd Couple'.
In 1976, Al Molinaro was hired to replace Pat Morita in another television sitcom 'Happy Days'. He co-starred Marion Ross and Lynda Goodfriend. His last name Al Delvecchio became famous for his catchphrase - Yeah-yeah-yeah. He was first seen first in 'Happy Days' in December's 1974 episode.
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