Charles Bail Net Worth

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Charles Bail Net Worth is
$1.2 Million

Mini Biography

Charles Bail had an extremely long, diverse and impressive present business profession that spanned the 1950s towards the 1990s and encompasses from performing to directing to executing and/or coordinating stunts in various movies and television applications. Bail comes from Pa. He quit college in the ninth quality and traveled the united states prior to offering a stint in the Navy. After completing senior high school and spending 2 yrs in university, he became a member of a “crazy west display” that performed all around the Orient. He got his begin in display business as a supplementary on it series Wagon Teach (1957), and quickly made the changeover from extra to stuntman and visitor celebrity on such traditional western series as The Texan (1958), Gunsmoke (1955), The Rough Riders (1958), THE BEST Valley (1965), Bonanza (1959), Laredo (1965), Bat Masterson (1958), Daniel Boone (1964), The Large Chaparral (1967) and Needed: Deceased or Alive (1958). Bail managed stunt coordinator tasks on Werewolves on Tires (1971), THE FINAL Movie (1971), Obtaining Straight (1970) as well as the Routine Savages (1969), and performed stunts in such films as The Jayhawkers! (1959), Hells Angels on Tires (1967), The Green Berets (1968), The Scavengers (1969), The Devil’s 8 (1969) and Cleopatra Jones (1973). He made his directorial debut using the funky blaxploitation item Dark Samson (1974). He consequently directed its outrageous sequel, Cleopatra Jones as well as the Internet casino of Yellow metal (1975), the greatly enjoyable cross-country street competition romp The Gumball Rally (1976), the nifty sci-fi/actions outing Choke Canyon (1986) as well as the lackluster metropolitan vigilante opus Road Part Justice (1996). Furthermore, he directed shows of such Television shows as Conan: The Adventurer (1992), Baywatch Evenings (1995), Adam-12 (1968), Dragnet 1967 (1967), “Knight Rider,” “Manimal,” and “Potato chips.” Charles worked well for movie director Richard Hurry on several tasks in a variety of capacities; he provides fine efficiency as amiable stunt planner Chuck Barton in the great “The Stunt Guy.” Furthermore, Bail was an uncredited second device movie director for the features “Greased Lightning,” “The Quest for D.B. Cooper,” and “The Beastmaster.” Right now retired from display business, Charles Bail lives in Tx and increases horses.

Known for movies

1As of July 2008, he was retired from show business, residing in Texas and raising horses.


Street Corner Justice1996
Baywatch Nights1995-1996TV Series 4 episodes
The New Adam-121990-1991TV Series 19 episodes
Dragnet1989-1991TV Series 22 episodes
Choke Canyon1986as Chuck Bail
Knight Rider1985-1986TV Series 4 episodes
Manimal1983TV Series 1 episode
CHiPs1981-1983TV Series 7 episodes
The Gumball Rally1976as Chuck Bail
Cleopatra Jones and the Casino of Gold1975as Chuck Bail
Black Samson1974


Dragnet1990TV SeriesCaptain Ryan
Rainy Day Friends1985Jack
The Stunt Man1980Chuck Barton
Gone with the West1975Mimmo's Men (as Chares Bail)
Kung Fu1972-1975TV SeriesSecond Guard / First Tough / Henchman Guarding Caine
Freebie and the Bean1974Cadillac Salesman (as Chuck Bail)
Get Christie Love!1974TV SeriesLouie
Bobby Parker and Company1974TV MovieBurglary suspect (as Chuck Bail)
The House of Seven Corpses1974Jonathon Anthony Beal / Theodore Beal
Angels' Wild Women1972Rapist #2 (uncredited)
Bonanza1969-1971TV SeriesKale / Rancher / Ike Kels / ...
The Last Movie1971
The Devil's 81969Barroom Brawler (uncredited)
The High Chaparral1969TV SeriesBen Burris / Curly Bill Brocias
Daniel Boone1967-1969TV SeriesLuke / Lutey / Stephen / ...
The Green Berets1968Sgt. Lark (uncredited)
The Savage Seven1968Taggert (as Chuck Bail)
Laredo1967TV SeriesDuke
The Virginian1966-1967TV SeriesHardy's Rider / Burney's Henchman
The Monroes1967TV SeriesDirk
The Big Valley1965-1966TV SeriesBen Wolgus / Shotgun / Stage Driver / ...
Batman1966TV SeriesHenchman
The Monkees1966TV SeriesJenkins
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.1966TV SeriesTHRUSH Cowboy in Hospital
Honey West1965TV SeriesShip Crewman
The Fugitive1964TV SeriesBar Fighter
Target: The Corruptors1961TV SeriesJeski
Gunsmoke1961TV SeriesWithers
Wanted: Dead or Alive1960-1961TV SeriesWally / Larry
Bat Masterson1960TV SeriesTod Mason
The Jayhawkers!1959Jayhawker
The Texan1958-1959TV SeriesLou / First Bandit
Playhouse 901958-1959TV SeriesCavalry sergeant
The Rough Riders1958TV SeriesDeserter


Conan1997TV Series action and effects director - 1 episode
The Stunt Man1980stunts - uncredited
Freebie and the Bean1974stunt coordinator - as Chuck Bail
Cleopatra Jones1973stunts - uncredited
The Last Movie1971stunt coordinator
Werewolves on Wheels1971stunt coordinator
Getting Straight1970stunt coordinator
The Cycle Savages1969stunt coordinator
The Devil's 81969stunt coordinator - as Chuck Bails
The Scavengers1969stunt coordinator - as Chuck Bail
The Green Berets1968stunts - uncredited
Hells Angels on Wheels1967stunts - uncredited
BatmanTV Series stunt double - 2 episodes, 1966 - 1967 fight double - 1 episode, 1967
The Monroes1967TV Series horse riding double - 1 episode
The Big Valley1965TV Series stunt double - 1 episode
The Glory Guys1965stunts - uncredited
The Hallelujah Trail1965stunt double: Jim Hutton - uncredited
Taggart1964stunts - uncredited
The Ballad of a Gunfighter1964stuntman - as Chuck Bails
The Beverly Hillbillies1962TV Series stunt double: Max Baer, Jr.
The Jayhawkers!1959stunts - uncredited
The Rough Riders1958TV Series stunts
Broken Arrow1958TV Series stunts - 1 episode


Street Corner Justice1996screenplay - as Chuck Bail / story - as Chuck Bail
The Gumball Rally1976story - as Chuck Bail

Assistant Director

The Beastmaster1982second unit director - uncredited
The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper1981second unit director - uncredited
Greased Lightning1977second unit director - uncredited


Street Corner Justice1996executive producer / producer
The Gumball Rally1976producer - as Chuck Bail

Special Effects

Conan1998TV Series action and effects director - 1 episode


Frame Switch2016thanks
Behind the Action: Stuntmen in the Movies2002TV Short documentary special thanks - as Chuck Bail


Love and Other Stunts2017Documentary post-productionHimself
Rainy Day Friends: Then and Now2011Documentary shortHimself - Interviewee
The Sinister Saga of Making 'The Stunt Man'2000Video documentaryHimself


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