Alex Cord : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career

Alex Cord was an American actor, best known for his portrayal of Michael Coldsmith Briggs III know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career

Name Alex Cord
Birthdate ( Age)  3 May 1933
Place of Birth Floral Park, New York, United States
Died 9 August 2021
Nationality American
Marital Status  Married
Wife/Partner Susannah Moller (m. 2002–2017), Joanna Pettet (m. 1968–1989)
Children Damien Zachary Cord, Toni Aluisa
Parents Name not Known
Profession American actor
Net Worth $ 2 Million
Last Update August 2021

Alex Cord  was an American actor, best known for his portrayal of Michael Coldsmith Briggs III, better known as Archangel, in 55 episodes of the television series Airwolf (1984–1986). Early in his career, he was credited as Alex Viespi.

Alex Cord and Susannah Moller (m. 2002–2017)

Early Life and Family

Born to an Italian family in Floral Park, New York,Cord was stricken with polio at the age of 12. His family then moved to Wyoming, where doctors advised him to take up horseback riding as a therapeutic exercise.This helped him recover from the disease by the time he was 16.Cord attended New York University in New York City and the American Shakespeare Theatre at Stratford, Connecticut.

Alex Cord Wife

Alex Cord Marry Two Times Joanna Pettet​(m. 1968; div. 1989)​Susannah Moller Cord​(m. 2002; div. 2017)Cord had two children, daughter Toni Aluisa and son Wayne Viespi. Toni is the daughter of Mary Ann Hutchinson, who Alex never married, and Wayne was the product of his first marriage. His second marriage was to actress Joanna Pettet. His third marriage was to author Susannah Boye-Moller Cord.

Alex Cord  Net Worth

Alex Cord  was an American actor, best known for his portrayal of Michael Coldsmith Briggs III has an estimated Net Worth of between $ 2 million in 2021. The earnings listed mainly come from her salary and brand endorsements.

Professional Career

In July 1960, Cord (billed under his real name) acted in a production of The Curious Savage in Canal Fulton, Ohio.He had a role in the 1961 episode “The Mountain Men” of the TV series Laramie.Cord’s second role came a month later as Nino Sanchez in the episode “Winter Quarters” of Frontier Circus. In 1962, he appeared as Larry Rome in the episode “Take a Number” of the crime drama Cain’s Hundred.

Cord appeared in the 1962 film The Chapman Report, directed by George Cukor.He briefly enjoyed a leading man status on the big and small screen during the 1960s and 1970s, and starred or co-starred in mostly crime dramas, action films, and westerns.

In 1963 and 1964, Cord was cast as different characters in five episodes of the series Route 66, including the role of Michael in the two-part “Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way.” In 1964, he played the part of Sam in the episode “If Your Grandmother Had Wheels” of East Side/West Side, starring George C. Scott. During this same period, he appeared twice on Naked City, starring Paul Burke.

In 1965, Cord was cast as Jed Colbee in the episode “Survival” of Branded, starring Chuck Connors as a United States Army officer trying to clear his name of a false accusation of cowardice. In 1966, he played the Ringo Kid in a remake of Stagecoach, which arguably remains Cord’s most heavily publicized endeavor. The role was originally portrayed by John Wayne in John Ford’s 1939 version.Cord co-starred with Kirk Douglas in The Brotherhood, about a Mafia figure being sent to murder his own brother.

He guest-starred on the classic Rod Serling anthology series Night Gallery where he met his co-star and wife Joanna Pettet while filming the episode “Keep in Touch – We’ll Think of Something”. In 1974, Cord worked twice with Diana Muldaur: as a guest-star on her weekly NBC series Born Free and as her love interest in the motion picture Chosen Survivors, an apocalyptic horror film that acquired a cult status.

Cord is among a handful of actors to appear on both the original and revival versions of CBS’s Mission: Impossible. Cord also is known to science fiction enthusiasts for having portrayed Dylan Hunt in the failed 1973 television pilot Genesis II, which was created by Gene Roddenberry.In 1977, he starred as the title character in the epic western Grayeagle.

In 1972, he appeared as Pete Brown in the episode “The Sodbusters” of Gunsmoke. In 1973, he played the role of Haynes in “The Night of the Long Knives” on The F.B.I., starring Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. From 1973 to 1976, he appeared in four episodes of Police Story. In 1979 and 1981, he appeared twice on The Love Boat. In 1988, Cord was cast in an episode of Simon and Simon; in 1988 and 1992, he appeared on Jake and the Fatman. He also appeared in a 1988 episode of the TV series War of the Worlds. He appeared twice in Murder, She Wrote, starring Angela Lansbury. In 1995, Cord played the character Larry Curtis in the episode “The Guardians” of Walker, Texas Ranger.