Bob Flick Bio, Age, Parents, Nationality, Married, Children, Net Worth

Bob Flick is an American folk singer who is one of the fourth members of the popular folk singing group, The Brothers Four.

Bob Flick was born somewhere in the United States of America. His exact date of birth is not available at the moment but looking at his photograph, we can assume that he might be in her late 50s. There is also no information about his family background and early life. He holds an American nationality and belongs to a White ethnic background.

Since there is no information about his siblings, he might be the single child of his parents. Regarding his education, he attended the University of Washington where he was a member of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity in 1956. During his university days, Bob met with John PaineMike Kirkland, and Dick Foley as well as formed a  folk singing group, The Brothers Four in 1957.

What is the Net Worth & Salary of Bob Flick?

Flick has summoned enormous cash through his singing career but he has not disclosed the exact figure of his net worth and salary. As considering his thriving career, his net worth is assumed to no less than millions of dollars. Also, Bob is the only Brother who can boast uninterrupted service in the more than 60 years since the quartet played their first gig.

On 20th April 2018, The Brothers Four performed at Admiral Theater, 515 Pacific Ave, Bremerton and the ticket to enjoying their show was $71-$23.  On the other hand, his wife, Loni Anderson is an American actress who is famous for her role as receptionist Jennifer Marlowe on the CBS sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati. She has a huge net worth of $12 Million as of 2019.

Also, she was a cast in the animated fantasy comedy-drama All Dogs Go to Heaven which has earned $27 million in the box-office while the total budget of the movie is $13.8 million. Looking at the huge net worth of his wife, we are sure that Bob is spending a very luxurious life along with his family.

Bob Flick’s Personal Life, Married, And Children

Bob is a married man, he married an American actress, Loni Anderson. They first met in 1963 at a movie premiere in Minneapolis. Similarly, she went by some local newspaper for a fan photo with Flick. At that time, their song, Greenfields became a massive hit.

Caption: Bob Flick with his wife Loni Anderson
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The couple married on 17th May 2008 and was attended by their close friends and family members, including son Quinton Reynolds. Bob walked the WKRP in Cincinnati and Nurse star down the aisle. The couple doesn’t have any children together but he has two step-children Deidre Hoffman and Quinton Anderson Reynolds. As of now, Bob is living a happy and blissful life along with his wife and children in a beautiful house that resides in the United States of America.

Bob Flick’s Height & Weight

Bob Flick stands on average height and weight. He has natural light brown hair color with brown color eyes. Regarding his other body measurements are unknown.

Bob Flick’s Career

Bob Flick has been part of the iconic folk group named ‘The Brothers Four’ since it’s released in 1957. The group set up by Flick and three of his friends John Paine, Mike Kirkland, and Dick Foley from the University of Washington. Musicians like Bob Haworth, Tom Coe, Terry Lauber, Mike McCoy, Mark Pearson, and Karl Olsen were also part of the group at different times.

Caption: Bob Flick with his Brother member
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As part of the group, Flick released numerous hit singles including ‘Greenfields’ (1960), which topped the music chart in Norway and peaked at the #2 spot in the US Billboard Hot 100. The group’s 1961 album, ‘B.M.O.C. (Best Music On/Off-Campus),’ became a major hit and reached the #4 spot in the US. Also, one of the singles from this album, ‘The Green Leaves Of Summer,’ featured in the top 10 list in Norway and reached the #65 spot in the US Billboard Hot 100.
In the year 1962, The Brothers Four recorded the title song for the Hollywood film, ‘Five Weeks in a Balloon.’ The Brothers worked along with Jerry Dennon, the group members started a radio station in Seaside, Oregon (KSWB) in 1968. The station sold to another group in the year 1972 and more than 60 years of its formation, the group continues to be active as of today.