• Lee Horsley was born in 1955 in Muleshoe, Texas, USA.
• He is best known for his roles in “The Sword and the Sorcerer”, “The Hateful Eight”, “Nero Wolfe”, and “Matt Houston”.
• He has a net worth estimated at over $3 million.
• He is married to Stephanie Downer and they have two children.
• His latest project is “The Hateful Eight”, written and directed by Quentin Tarantino.
Where is actor Lee Horsley now? Bio and Wiki
Lee Horsley was born on 15 May 1955, in Muleshoe, Texas, USA, which means that his zodiac sign is Taurus and he is 63 years old. Lee, whose nationality is American, is best known as the actor who worked on projects such as “The Sword and the Sorcerer” and “The Hateful Eight”.
So just how rich is Lee Horsley as of early 2019? According to authoritative sources, this actor has a net worth of over $3 million, accumulated largely from his career in the previously mentioned field. However, he hasn’t disclosed any information regarding his assets such as houses and cars, but working in the entertainment field for more than three decades surely allows him to be financially stable.
Ethnicity and Background
Horsley spent his formative years in Denver, Colorado, despite being born in Muleshoe. Speaking about his ethnicity, Lee is Caucasian and has brown eyes and gray hair. When it comes to his education, Lee was a student of the Englewood High School and matriculated in 1973. He also sang in his church choir during his early years.
Wife Stephanie Downer and Family
When it comes to Horsley’s relationship status, he has been married to Stephanie Downer since 1980, and the couple has two children together, a daughter named Amber and a son named Logan – it seems as if the family lives a happy and prosperous life together. Unfortunately, Lee isn’t active on any social media, which makes it harder for his fans to communicate with him.
Horsley made his debut in “Nero Wolfe” in 1981, portraying Archie Goodwin in 14 episodes of the series. He then joined the cast of the movie “The Sword and the Sorcerer”, starring as Talon, in the story of a mercenary who owns a three-bladed sword as he rediscovers the dangerous future of his royal heritage; it received mixed reviews. In the same year, Lee portrayed the titular character in the TV series “Matt Houston”, a rich Texan man who relocates to California and spends most of his time on his private investigator hobby.
He remained in the project over the course of three years, ultimately ending his work there in 1985, then went on to work on “Thirteen at Dinner”. As of 1986, Lee was cast to play Nick Burnham, the main character of the mini-series entitled “Crossings”, and worked with actors such as Cheryl Ladd, Christopher Plummer and Jane Seymour. In 1988, he had yet another major project, playing the role of Ethan Allen Cord, the main character of “Guns of Paradise”, a critically acclaimed TV series nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards, additionally rewarded with three awards, such as Bronze Wrangler and Spur Award.
Continuing to work at a steady pace, in 1992 Horsley began starring in “Body of Evidence”, playing Lieutenant Ben Carroll and working with actors such as George Clooney and Kate McNeil. Finishing with the series in the following year, he worked on “Hawkeye” and “Unlawful Passage”, both in 1994. In the former project, Horsley starred as Natty ‘Hawkeye’ Bumppo, opposite by Lynda Carter and Rodney A. Grant. The series is set during the French and Indian war and follows the story of Hawkeye, the woodsman and the English woman who wants to free her husband from the French. As of 1995, Lee was cast to play Seamus O’Neil in “Snowy River: The McGregor Saga”, then in 1999 he starred as Ed Cody in “Nightmare Man”.
My latest novel is available now! It's called "Coyote Wind" & you can order it online or pick it up at B. Dalton.
— Lee Horsley (@actorleehorsley) October 13, 2017
As of 2007, the actor was cast to play Diamond Joe Carson in “Showdown at the Area 51”, and in 2012, had yet another important movie, as he joined the cast of a critically acclaimed “Django Unchained”, the double Oscar winning western drama, which follows the story of a former slave named Django, as he sets out to free his wife from a Mississippi plantation owner notorious for his brutality, and co-starred actors such as Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington and Samuel L. Jackson.
Speaking about Horsley’s latest project, he played the role of Ed in “The Hateful Eight”, written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, and the movie lived up to the expectations of fans, winning one Oscar as well as 39 other awards, such as Golden Globe and BAFTA Film Award. Overall, Horsley has had 32 acting gigs, and thus has been able to gain more fame and exposure.