Late English comic actor, writer and director Stan Laurel had an estimated net worth of $50 thousand. Born in Ulverston, Lancashire, England in June 1890. He was widely recognized as one of the comedy duo “Laurel and Hardy” along with Oliver Hardy. The duo had over 100 feature films, shorts, and cameo roles to their names. Laurel started off his career joining the British music hall and went on to master his skills at pantomime. He then landed a role as Charlie Chaplin’s understudy as a part of Fred Karno’s Army. As an actor Laurel made his acting debut in 1917 and was featured in the movie The Music Box in 1932, nineteen years prior to his starring in his last movie. In 1961 he was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Academy Award. He also had a bronze statue of him unveiled in his hometown in 2009 in addition to receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7021 Hollywood Blvd. At the age of 74, Stan Laurel died on February 23, 1965 from a heart attack.