Born in Los Angeles, California in February 1947. American producer and former actor David Ladd has an estimated net worth of $10 million. He attended the University of Southern California. Ladd started off his acting career in 1953 starring in the movie Shane. He has since gone on to be featured in the movies The Proud Rebel, Beyond the Universe, The Sad Horse, Raymie, Misty, R.P.M., Catlow, Death Line, Klansman, The Treasure of Jamaica Reef, A Dog of Flanders, The Wild Geese, Captive, Stampeded, The Day of the Locust, and Bristol Boys. The actor has also starred in numerous episodes of the TV series Kojak, Gunsmoke, Love, American Style, Shirley Temple’s Storybook, Fantasy Island, and Bonanza. Besides, he has also produced the movies Hart’s War, A Guy Thing, The Serpent and the Rainbow, Leaving Barstow, and The Mod Squad. In 1959 Ladd claimed a Golden Globe for The Proud Rebel. He married actress Cheryl Ladd and divorced in 1980 after having one daughter. Two year later, the actor remarried actress Dey Young and they have one child.