Fred Rogers was a television host, author, producer, and Presbyterian minister from the United States. He was the creator, showrunner and host of the show.
|First and last name||Fred McFeeley Rogers|
|Other name||Mr Rogers|
|Net value||$3 million|
|Date of birth||March 20, 1928|
|date of death||February 27, 2003|
|Age||74 years old|
|Birthplace||Latrobe, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Place of death||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Profession||Television host, author, producer and Presbyterian minister|
|Years active||1951 – 2003|
|Ethnicity||Scottish, Welsh, German, English, Scots-Irish, Northern and Irish descent|
|School/high school||Latrobe High School, in the United States|
|University||Dartmouth College, Rollins College
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, United States
|Education qualification||To graduate|
Fred Rogers Age and Biography
Fred Rogers was born on March 20, 1928, was 74 years old when he died. He was born and raised in the United States in a super wealthy Catholic Christian family from Latrobe, Pennsylvania. He was of American descent and practiced the Catholic Christian religion.
Fred completed his primary and secondary education at Latrobe High School in the United States.
He then enrolled at Dartmouth College, Rollins College, and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary in the United States.
Fred Rogers’ wife
At the time of his death, Fred Rogers’ marital status was married. He married Joanne Byrd, an American housewife, in 1952. They have two sons, James Byrd Rogers and John Rogers, from their marriage. There are no details about his past relationship.
Fred Rogers Height and weight
Fred Rogers was about six feet tall and weighed about 150 pounds. He had short red-brown hair and eyes that were a sizzling blue.
Fred was a young-looking, intelligent and attractive man with a charming and daring personality. He had a strong build, great body size and normal body type.
Fred Rogers net worth
Fred Rogers’ net worth was $3 million at the time of his death. He made most of his money as a presenter, through television projects, as a showrunner and through other business ventures.