Patrick Wayne: Meet John Wayne's Second Son


Arden Lambert


May 21, 2021


May 21, 2021


May 21, 2021

Making over 40 films, Patrick Wayne has made a name for himself throughout the years in film and television. He’s one of John Wayne’s children that set out to follow in his footsteps in the entertainment industry. Being the son of an icon in Western films, many still don’t know about him, but here are some things you should know.

His astrological sign is Cancer

Patrick was born on July 15, 1939, which makes him a Cancer sign. Folks on this star sign are highly imaginative, tenacious, persuasive, sympathetic, loyal, and emotional. However, he can also be moody, suspicious, insecure, pessimistic, and manipulative at times.

He’s worth millions

According to reports, Patrick Wayne is worth $12 million. With an impressive filmography of 40 films under his belt, most of his earnings came from his movie and television projects. He is also known for hosting the 1990 revival of Tic-Tac-Dough.

Patrick was married twice

At 81 years old, he’s a divorcee living in his home in Toluca Lake, California. It looks like getting married and divorcing more than once is a Hollywood trend, as Patrick Wayne is only one of the many celebrities who did so. His ex-wives were Misha Anderson and Peggy Hunt.

He’s continuing his father’s legacy

When his famous father John Wayne and brother Michael Wayne died, Patrick took over the position of Chairman for the John Wayne Cancer Institute.

Overall, Patrick Wayne leads a colorful life with a successful career but not so much luck in his personal life. No matter what, he’s still a still iconic figure in American film and television.


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