Stan Cadwallader

Who is Stan Cadwallader?

Stan Cadwallader is a former firefighter who was born in 1948 in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. Stan Cadwallader rose to prominence after marrying the famous American comedian and actor Jim Nabors.

Stan Cadwallader: Bio

Stan was reared in Honolulu as an only child by his father, a firefighter, and his mother, a homemaker. After graduating from high school in his hometown and accompanying his father to the fire department, he chose against enrolling in college and instead pursued a career as a fireman.

Quick Facts about Stan Cadwallader

Name Stan Cadwallader
Date of birth January 28, 1948
Age 74 years old
Nationality American
School Petoskey High School in Petoskey, Michigan
Spouse Jim Nabors (married from 2013 to 2017)
Renowned for Being in a relationship with Jim Nabors
Profession Retired firefighter and is also a licensed commercial pilot
Height 6 foot 3 inches tall
Weight 176 pounds
Stan Cadwallader’s net worth $100,000
Children None

Stan Cadwallader: Profession

Stan began his career as a firefighter at age 20 and held the position for several years before meeting Jim Nabors. During his relationship with Jim, he worked for around two years before quitting his employment; it is unknown what other undertakings he pursued over the years.

Relationship status of Stan Cadwallader?

Stan Cadwallader
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Stan and Jim Nabors met in 1975 when Stan was preparing to leave the fire department and enter the business world. As being homosexual or lesbian was frowned upon at the time in the United States, they initially became business partners before beginning a romance. However, they masked their connection from the general public.
They declared their relationship somewhere in the 2000s, and shortly after the first state in the United States legalized same-sex marriage, they were married on 13 January 2013 at the Fairmount Olympic Hotel in Seattle, Washington.

The two appeared to be having a good life together until Jim’s death on November 30, 2017. In 2012, he was diagnosed with hepatitis B and received a liver transplant; the surgery was reportedly successful, but Jim’s condition deteriorated over time, resulting in his death.

Stan Cadwallader: Hobbies and interests

Stan and Jim shared a passion for travel, and the two men traversed the globe throughout their lives; Stan’s ideal travel location was Kyoto, Japan. Stan is particularly interested in viewing comedy films and stand-up performances, an interest he attributes to Jim. Eddie Murphy, Jim Carrey, and Tina Fey are among his favorite performers and actresses, while the “Shrek” franchise, “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective,” and “Mean Girls” are among his favorite films.

Stan was athletic as a youth, playing football, and soccer, and engaging in numerous gym workouts, all of which were essential for his career as a firefighter. As he grew older, he stopped playing football and soccer and began playing chess, golf, billiards, and poker, at which he reportedly excels. Stan is a philanthropist who has donated a substantial sum of money to charity throughout the years.

Stan Cadwallader: Physical appearance and net worth

He has 71 years of age. He is approximately 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall, has short gray hair, and blue eyes, and weighs approximately 128lbs (58kgs). His estimated net worth is above $25 million, but his deceased husband’s net worth was over $15 million.

What is his identity?

James Thurston ‘Jim’ Nabors was born on 12 June 1930 in Sylacauga, Alabama, United States; his birth sign was Gemini, and he was an American citizen. Jim was an actor, singer, and comedian best known for his role as a gas station attendant on “The Andy Griffith Show.”

Jim was raised in Sylacauga with two older sisters named Annie Ruth and Freddie by his police officer father Fred and homemaker mother Mavis Pearl Newman. As a teenager, Jim sang for his high school and church.
After completing high school, he went to the University of Alabama, where he joined the Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity and earned a bachelor’s degree in 1952. He subsequently proceeded to New York City, where he worked as a typist for the United Nations, before relocating to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to begin his career on television.

Subsequently, he joined the NBC network in Los Angeles, where he worked as a film cutter. He also worked at a Santa Monica pub, The Horn, and in Cabaret Theater. Andy Griffith discovered him while he was working at The Horn and invited him to portray Gomer Pyle in the thirteenth episode of the third season of “The Andy Griffith Show.”

Jim was originally cast to appear in a single episode, but due to the success of his role, he became a series regular and went on to star in the show’s spin-off, “Gomer Pyle, U.S.C.” He was a member of the principal cast for five years before deciding to move on.

On 24 February 1964, he began his singing career on “The Andy Griffith Show,” which led to his singing part on “The Danny Kaye Show” on 8 April 1964. Over the next couple of years, he performed in several shows, culminating with his singing the national anthem before the first game of the 1973 Baseball World Series in Oakland.

In his career, Jim acted in only four films: “Take Her, She’s Mine” in 1963, “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” in 1982, “Stroker Ace” in 1983, and “Cannonball Run II” in 1984. He appeared in several more television series, with “The Jim Nabors Hour” from 1969 to 1977 being his most renowned. His next significant part was in 1976’s “The Lost Saucer,” after which he was featured in one episode of “The Muppet Show” and six episodes of “Sonny & Cher Show.”

His most recent roles were in the 1986 film “Sylvan in Paradise,” the 1991 film “Hi Honey, I’m Home!” and the 1991 film “The Carol Burnett Show.”

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