Kurtwood Smith got his first break in the theaters like “Green Grow the Lilacs” and “Idiot Delight.” Then steadily, he started appearing in the movies & series like “Murder in Texas,” “Lou Grant,” “Zoot Suit.” But he got his recognition and lifetime appreciation through movies like “RoboCop” “Rambo III.” But his role in the “That ‘70’s Show” TV series is unforgettable. It was aired in 1998 and was an exceptional hit of those times! After this, Smith has made a place in his everyone’s heart, and that’s what an actor works for!
His career took the high road since then.
He constantly appeared in many hit TV series, such as “24 (Season 7),” “Resurrection,” and “Patriot.”
He has even given his voice backs in animation series like “Pig Goat Banana Cricket” and” Beware the Batman.” He had also appeared in science fiction shows as “Star Trek” and “The X-Files.”
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Smith has married two times. He first married Cecilia Souza in 1964, and after 10 years, they divorced in 1974. Cecilia is one of the successful Volleyball players. Then he married an actress Joan Pirkle, a co-actor in the film “Robocop” in 1988. The same year on 5th November, Joan married him! She has appeared in TV movie series and short movies like “Gift,” “Citizen Ruth,” “Designing Women,” “Two Idiots in Hollywood,” and “The Best Times.” Joan’s 2022 net worth is reported as $1.2 million.
Also, Cecilia’s net worth as of 2022 is estimated at $1 to $5 million.
He completed his education at Canoga Park High School in 1961. He was quite good at his high school days. He was his class president in senior school. Then he did BA at San Jose State University in 1965 and Masters in Fine Arts (MFA) from Stanford University in 1969.