Rex Allen  American Actor

Current Status

Rex Allen passed away on 17th Dec 1999 aged 78.


Rex Allen was previously married to Virginia Hudson (i) (1990 - 1999) and Bonnie Linder (1945 - 1990).

Rex Allen had a son named Rex, age 68.


Rex Allen is a 78 year old American Actor. Born Elvie Rex Allen on 31st December, 1920 in Willcox, Arizona, USA, he is famous for Frontier Doctor in a career that spans 1948–1986. His zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Rex Allen is a member of the following lists: Pedestrian road accident deaths, 20th-century American male actors and American male voice actors.


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Dating History

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Rex Allen78 CapricornActor
Virginia Hudson (i)-
Bonnie Linder-


Male23rd August, 194769 years old


Hold the Back Page1985Bowls umpireTV Show
Foods and Fun: A Nutrition Adventure1980Short Film
The Secret of Navajo Cave1976NarratorMovie
The Secret of Old Glory Mine1976NarratorTV Movie
Charlotte's Web1973Narrator (voice)Movie
Starbird and Sweet William1973Narrator (voice)Movie
Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar1967NarratorMovie
Run, Appaloosa, Run1966NarratorMovie
Swamp Country1966SheriffMovie
A Country Coyote Goes Hollywood1965NarratorShort Film
Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress1964Father, JohnMovie
The Incredible Journey1963NarratorMovie
Yellowstone Cubs1963Narrator (voice)Short Film
The Legend of Lobo1962NarratorMovie
The Virginian1962Square Dance CallerTV Show
The Saga of Windwagon Smith1961Narrator, Windwagon Smith (voice)Short Film
Tomboy and the Champ1961Rex AllenMovie
For the Love of Mike1960Rex AllenMovie
The Hound That Thought He Was a Raccoon1960NarratorMovie
Frontier Doctor1958Dr. Bill BaxterTV Show
Rails Into Laramie1954Title Song SingerMovie
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1954Narrator, Announcer, Narrator (segment "Arizona Sheepdog")TV Show
Phantom Stallion1954Rex AllenMovie
Down Laredo Way1953Rex AllenMovie
Old Overland Trail1953Rex AllenMovie
Shadows of Tombstone1953Rancher Rex AllenMovie
Sweethearts on Parade1953Jim Riley (singing voice, uncredited)Movie
Iron Mountain Trail1953Rex AllenMovie
Red River Shore1953Marshal Rex AllenMovie
I Dream of Jeanie1952Mr. TamboMovie
Colorado Sundown1952Rex AllenMovie
Old Oklahoma Plains1952Rex AllenMovie
Border Saddlemates1952Dr. Rex AllenMovie
The Last Musketeer1952Rex AllenMovie
South Pacific Trail1952Rex AllenMovie
The Red Skelton Hour1951Pecos PeteTV Show
Rodeo King and the Senorita1951Rex AllenMovie
Silver City Bonanza1951Rex AllenMovie
Thunder in God's Country1951Rex AllenMovie
Utah Wagon Train1951Rex AllenMovie
Trail of Robin Hood1950Rex Allen The Arizona CowboyMovie
The Arizona Cowboy1950Rex AllenMovie
Under Mexicali Stars1950Rex Allen aka Mike JordanMovie
Hills of Oklahoma1950Rex AllenMovie
Redwood Forest Trail1950Rex AllenMovie
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    Rex Elvie Allen (December 31, 1920 – December 17, 1999) was an American film actor, singer and songwriter, known as the Arizona Cowboy, particularly known as the narrator in many Disney nature and Western film productions. For contributions to the re...

    Confirmed Relationships2
    Longest Relationship45 yrs
    Shortest Relationship9 yrs
    Average Relationship Length27 yrs
    First Name Rex
    Last Name Allen
    Full Name at Birth Elvie Rex Allen
    Age 78 (age at death) years
    Birthday 31st December, 1920
    Birthplace Willcox, Arizona, USA
    Died 17th December, 1999
    Place of Death Tucson, Arizona, USA
    Cause of Death Run Over By Car
    Build Average
    Hair Color Grey
    Zodiac Sign Capricorn
    Ethnicity White
    Nationality American
    Occupation Text Actor, singer, songwriter
    Occupation Actor
    Claim to Fame Frontier Doctor
    Music Genre Country
    Year(s) Active 1948–1986
    Music Style Cowboy
    Music Mood Rollicking, Fun, Amiable/Good-Natured, Plaintive
    Instrument Vocals, Guitar
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