Susan Cavallari is the wife of the late Clint Walker.
Susan Cavallari is an American citizen and is of white ethnicity. Susan Cavallari was born in 1930. She is widely known for being the third wife of Cheyenne actor Norman Eugene “Clint” Walker (May 30, 1927 – May 21, 2018).
The couple got married on 7th March 1997, in Grass Valley, California. Clint Walker was found dead on 21st May 2018. He was first married to Verna Garver from 1948 to 196. Later in the year 1974, he married Giselle Hennessy.
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Susan Cavallari Wikipedia
Name: Susan Cavallari
Date of Birth: 1930, United States
Height: 5′ 9″
Spouse: Single, Susan Cavallari (m. 1997-2018)
Children: Valerie Walker (Step-daughter)
Susan Cavallari Net Worth
Susan Cavallari is estimated to have a net worth of $1 million. Her husband, however, left behind a wealth of $4.7million which has grown to $5.7 million over the years.
Is Susan Cavallari Still Alive?
Yes, Susan is still alive as of 2021, she is going strong years after the demise of her husband.
Susan Cavallari Husband—Norman Eugene Walker
Norman Eugene Walker was born on May 30, 1927, in Hartford, Illinois, to Gladys Huldah (nee Schwanda) and Paul Arnold Walker. Walker quit high school and began working in factories as well as on a riverboat, before becoming a member of the US Merchant Marine at the age of 17 during the latter days of WWII.
Norman Eugene Walker Cause Of Death
Walker was almost killed in a skiing accident on Mammoth Mountain in California in May 1971. Walker was struck through his heart with a pole from a ski after being thrown off a ski lift.
He was transported to the hospital before he was declared dead. However, a doctor saw some indicators of life and sent Walker to the ICU where his injured heart was repaired. Walker returned to work in just two months.
He has said that he was in a state of near-death as an outcome of the incident. Walker passed away from congestive heart malfunction on May 21 in 2018, just nine days prior to his 91st birthday located in Grass Valley, California.