Bob Flick Biography
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Bob Flick|
|Birth Place/City||United States of America|
|Working For||The Brothers Four|
|Famous for||The Brothers Four|
|Married to||Loni Anderson|
|Music Group||The Brothers Four|
American folk singer, Bob Flick is one of the fourth members of the popular folk singing group, The Brothers Four. The band is best known for their 1960 hit song "Greenfields". But he is mostly recognized as the fourth husband of actress, Loni Anderson. The duo tied the knot in 2008 at an intimate ceremony.
Who Is Bob Flick? How Did Folk Group The Brothers Four Formed?
Bob Flick was born in the United States of America. He attended the University of Washington where he was a member of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity in 1956. During his university days, he met with John Paine, Mike Kirkland, and Dick Foley and formed a folk singing group, The Brothers Four in 1957.
In January 1960, Flick released their second single, "Greenfields" which reached #2 on the pop charts and awarded a gold disc by the RIAA. The same year, the band released their debut album, Brothers Four.
Some of the popular hits of the band included "The Brothers Four Greatest Hits", "More Big Folk Hits", "Beautiful World", "Golden (50th) Anniversary", "Beautiful World", and many more. The group worked for more than 60 years and still going very strong.
Once Bob has been nominated for the Primetime Emmy Awards for the Outstanding Informational Series.
But he came to media attention after marrying an actress, Loni Anderson. He is best recognized as the fourth husband of the actress. Anderson is best known for portraying the role of receptionist Jennifer Marlowe on the CBS sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–1982) for which she earned three Golden Globe Award.
How Much Bob Flick Added To His Worth?
Bob Flick is a popular Flock singer who is best known as the band member of Brothers Four. Their hit song Greenfields was sold over one million copies at that time. He has earned an impressive sum of the amount from his singing career. Similarly, his wife, Loni Anderson has an estimated net worth of $12 million.
In 1989, the actress was a cast in the animated fantasy comedy-drama All Dogs Go to Heaven which became the instant hit at the box office grossing over $27 million worldwide against its producing cost of $13.8 million. In the movie, she featured along with Judith Barsi, Dom DeLuise, Melba Moore, and Charles Nelson Reilly.
Married To Loni Anderson After Several Years OF Love Life
Bob Flick is happily married to his longtime girlfriend, Loni Anderson on May 17, 2008. The couple first met in 1963 at a movie premiere in Minneapolis when Anderson was sent by some local newspaper for a fan photo with Flick, at that time, their song, Greenfields was a massive hit.
However, during that time, the couple hasn't realized they would be married in the upcoming years. The duo has no children but he has two step-children, Deidre Hoffman and Quinton Anderson Reynolds. Their daughter Deidre was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in the year 2009.
Prior marrying to Flick, Anderson had several marital relationships in past. She was married to Bruce Hasselberg (1964-1966), Ross Bickell (1973-1981), Burt Reynolds (1988-1993).