Jim Knobeloch

Inside Biography

Jim Knobeloch aka James Joseph Knobeloch, born on March 18, 1950, in Belleville, Illinois, is an American-Australian actor renowned for his portrayal of Jake Slicker in the popular series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman." He has showcased his talent in various productions like "King Kong," "Predestination," "The Saddle Club," "Angry Boys," and "Australia on Trial."

Having become a permanent resident of Australia in 2001, Knobeloch has actively participated in Australian film and TV projects. He was previously married to Beth Sullivan, the creator of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," and they share two children. Knobeloch is currently represented by CMC Talent.

Early Life Details

Jim Knobeloch was born on March 18, 1950, in Belleville, Illinois, USA. His parents, Lester I. Knobeloch (a farmer), and Ruth M. Knobeloch (formerly Fields), raised him alongside his sister, Nancy.

A vintage photo of Beth Sullivan's ex-husband Jim Knobeloch.  SOURCE: FamousFix

During his time at Belleville Township High School, Knobeloch actively participated in drama and theater, graduating in 1968. Subsequently, he earned Dean's College honors from Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville, attaining two Bachelor of Arts degrees, one in theatre and another in art.

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What Is Jim Knobeloch's Net Worth?

As of now, Jim Knobeloch's net worth is $500 thousand. He has amassed this net worth through his career as an actor.

Jim earns predominantly through his profession as an actor. His credits include a wide array of films and television series such as "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," "The Saddle Club," "Angry Boys," and "Australia on Trial."

Who Is Jim Knobeloch's Wife?

Jim Knobeloch was previously wedded to Beth Sullivan, recognized as an American film and TV writer-producer acclaimed for creating the enduring CBS series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," where Knobeloch also featured. Their wedding date remains undisclosed as they tied the knot in a private ceremony.

The former married pair Beth Sullivan and Jim Knobeloch. SOURCE: Pinterest

Together, the former pair Jim and Beth share two children, Tess Knobeloch and Jack Knobeloch, who currently live in northern California under their mother's care. However, the couple parted ways and finalized their divorce in 2007.

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A Brief About Jim Knobeloch's Wife

Beth Sullivan, an accomplished American film and television writer-producer, is best recognized as the creator and executive producer of the renowned CBS series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman." Born on August 29, 1949, in Burbank, California, and raised in Los Angeles, Sullivan graduated from the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.

Prior to Beth's acclaimed work on "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," she was involved as a co-executive producer for the Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning series "The Trials of Rosie O'Neill." She also held positions as a development and production executive at the television division of 20th Century Fox Studio and as a Senior TV Story Analyst for 20th Century Fox.

Beth's expertise extended to teaching at the American Film Institute and lecturing in the UCLA Writers Program. Her contributions have been recognized with various awards, including the esteemed Genii Award from the American Women in Radio and Television organization. Furthermore, she held positions on the Writers Guild of America - West Board of Directors and served as a Trustee of the Guild Foundation.

Career Details 

Jim Knobeloch, an American actor born on March 18, 1950, in Belleville, Illinois, USA, has a prolific career in both films and TV series. He embarked on his cinematic journey in 1980 with the movie "Heaven's Gate."

Beth Sullivan's husband Jim Knobeloch. SOURCE: CMC Talent

Knobeloch gained prominence through his portrayal of Jake Slicker in the CBS series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," which remains one of his most recognized roles. His versatile acting credits also encompass appearances in productions like "King Kong," "Predestination," "The Saddle Club," "Angry Boys," and "Australia on Trial." 



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by Jonathan, 21 Nov, 2023

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