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Art LaFleur

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Who was Art LaFleur ?

Art LaFleur, a character actor who often appeared as a cop, coach or tough guy and played Babe Ruth in “The Sandlot,” died after a battle with Parkinson’s. He was 78 years old.

His wife Shelley confirmed his death on Facebook, writing: “This guy … After a 10-year battle with A’s typical Parkinson’s, Art LaFleur, the love of my life passed away.”

LaFleur was also known for “The Santa Clause 2” and “The Santa Clause 3,” in which he played the tooth fairy, and as Chuck Gandil, the White Sox’s ghost baseman in “Field of Dreams.”

“He was a generous and selfless man who moved into acting for him, but the most important thing was who he was to his family and friends. In every place or stage we visited, the cast and crew would come out and tell Molly, Joe, and me how Art spoke of us with such pride and love. I was very lucky to have had a 43-year relationship with a man who loved me and whom I adored. Art was larger than life and meant a world to us, ”continued Shelley LaFleur.

Art LaFleur Age ?

September 9, 1943

Gary, Indiana, U.S.


LaFleur, died on November 17 after a decade-long battle with Parkinson’s disease, according to Deadline Hollywood. She was 78 years old.

Art LaFleur Net Worth

According to Wikipedia, Google, Forbes, IMDb, and various reliable online sources, Art LaFleur’s estimated net worth is as follows. Below you can check his net worth, salary and much more from previous years.

Art‘s estimated net worth, monthly and yearly salary, primary source of income, cars, lifestyle, and much more information have been updated below.

Art who brought in $3 million and $5 million Networth Art collected most of his earnings from his Yeezy sneakers While he had exaggerated over the years about the size of his business, the money he pulled in from his profession real–enough to rank as one of the biggest celebrity cashouts of all time. his Basic income source is mostly from being a successful Actor.

his has a whopping net worth of $5 to $10 million. In addition to his massive social media following actor

Life and career

LaFleur was born in Gary, Indiana.He played soccer in 1962 as a red jersey at the University of Kentucky with coach Charlie Bradshaw, as recounted in a 2007 book, The Thin Thirty.  He was a sportscaster on ESPN and CBS.

LaFleur has had many guest-starring roles on television series, including Angel and JAG. In 1983, he was cast in the ABC pilot comedy Another Ballgame alongside Alex Karras and Susan Clark. The series went through many developmental changes before its fall premiere, with Emmanuel Lewis being added to the show and LaFleur, instead, being removed from the regular cast. Once the series underwent its final title change, to Webster, LaFleur only remained a guest star in the pilot.

In 1993, LaFleur played baseball player Babe Ruth on The Sandlot.He had another notable role as the eccentric and obsessive character Red Sweeney (Silver Fox), in the 1995 family comedy film Man of the House. He also appeared in an episode of the television series M * A * S * H, in season 9 (“Father’s Day”) as MP, searching for the people responsible for a stolen meat side. LaFleur played the US Army soldier, Mittens in the 1985 science fiction film Zone Troopers.

In addition to playing Babe Ruth, LaFleur also appeared as baseball player Chick Gandil of the 1919 Black Sox infamy, on Field of Dreams. In terms of roles in military and national security films, he appeared as the White House chief of security in Disney’s First Kid (1996), as “McNulty” in Trancers (1985), Trancers II (1991), and as 1st Sgt. Brandon. T. Williams in In the Army Now (1994). He played pilot Jack Neely on Air America (1990), appeared as Banes in The Replacements (2000) and on Beethoven’s 4th (2003) as Sergeant Rutledge.

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