a comedy actor with a great passion for motorcycles

The 193 episodes of “Father Knows Best” a series broadcast between 1954-1960 by NBC and CBS were those that unveiled Billy Gray, remembered for his role as James Anderson Jr. in that series.
With that production, Billy Gray’s net worth was increased. Billy Gray is also known for his enormous fascination with bicycles and the possession of a large collection.

Gray was born in 1938 in the city of Los Angeles, his mother by the name of Beatrice Gray, who was an actress and with whom he acted in 1949 in a film called “Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff”. In 1951, when he was 13, he participated with Burt Lancaster in the film “Jim Thorpe – All-American” playing the role of Jim Thorpe boy. In 1953 he appeared in a chapter of “The Adventures of Superman”.
In 1957, while he was doing “Father Knows Best” he encouraged to make a chapter interpreting
Mike Edwards in “The Thin Man” an NBC series, which definitely made his value will increase In 1960 the ABC chain produced a series named “Stagecoach West” in which Billy Gray appears in an episode and plays Frankie Niles, and in the same year Billy captures the attention of David Ross to act in “Bachelor Father”, then, in the same year two years ago appearances in “General Electric Theater”. In 1961 he played Perry Hatch in “Alfred Hitchcock Presents”, a CBS production.
With each appearance that Billy made in television productions, the value of his net worth was increasing.
Billy Gray was best known as a comedic actor and for his fanaticism for bicycles. He was a motorcyclist from 1970 to 1995 and ventured into acting from 1943 to 1980. He is still retired and lives in Topanga with his wife Helena Kallioniotes. He has made attempts to reintroduce Class A bicycle races.