How old was dan blocker?
Dan Blocker was an American actor born on the 10th of December 1928 and died on the 13th of May 1972, meaning he was therefore 43 years old when he died.
My memory says Dan Blocker the actor ways lds and so does ldsfilm.com list him as a Mormon with a regular actor role on t.v. as Hoss Cartwright on Bonanza. My memory is not always perfect and I have no personal knowledge just a statement from my friend who told me he visited a singles ward in California in the late 60s and he was surprised to see Dan Blocker as the lds bishop in…
Dan Blocker, co-star of the television series "Bonanza", died May 13, 1972 of a pulmonary embolism. Pulmonary embolism is a blockage of the pulmonary artery or one of its branches, occurring when a blood clot from a vein becomes dislodged from its site of formation and moves to the arterial blood supply of one of the lungs.
Dan Blocker, who played the character Hoss Cartwright on Bonanza, was an offensive lineman for the 1946 Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys. The team went 11-0 and won its conference championship (Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association) but no national championship. The team played in the 1947 Alamo Bowl and defeated the University of Denver, 20-0.
Dan Blocker had a horse ranch just outside of Hemet, on the west end of the Valley. In the early Eighties, the property was partly unfenced, wide open dirt fields. There was a center-aisle horse barn of adobe, near the southwest corner of California Avenue and Tres Cerritos Avenue. The land is now covered by the Four Seasons housing tract, and the City of Hemet annexed that area.