Darwood Kaye - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Darwood Kaye’s height is 5ft 9in (1.75 m)

Darwood Kenneth Smith (September 8, 1929 – May 15, 2002), also known as Darwood Kaye, was an American former child actor, most notable for his semi-regular role as the bookish rich kid Waldo in the Our Gang short subjects series from 1937 to 1940. As an adult, Smith became a Seventh-day Adventist pastor, ministering at several churches until his accidental death in 2002.

First Name: Darwood
Last Name: Kaye
Birth Full Name: Darwood Kenneth Smith
Other Names: Ken
Kenny
Born: 8 September, 1929
Birthplace: Fort Collins, Colorado
Died: 15 May, 2002
Death Location: Riverside, California
Cause of Death: Struck, and Killed by a Hit-and-Run driver
Height: 5ft 9in (1.75 m)
Build: Average
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Astrological Sign: Virgo
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Other
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
University: La Sierra University
Occupation: Actor, pastor
Brother(s): Dennis
Other Family Members: Jean (wife)
Dan (son)
David (son)
Richard (son)
Donald (son)
Filmography: My Reputation (1946), Kansas City Kitty (1944), Best Foot Forward (1943), The Human Comedy (1943), Remember the Day (1941), Three Faces West (1940), Heroes of the Saddle (1940), On Their Own (1940), The Big Premiere (1940), The New Pupil (1940), Waldo’s Last Stand (1940, Short Film), The Great Man Votes (1939), Captain Spanky’s Show Boat (1939, Short Film), Time Out for Lessons (1939), Cousin Wilbur (1939), Dad for a Day (1939), Dog Daze (1939, Short Film), Duel Personalities (1939), Danger on the Air (1938), Aladdin’s Lantern (1938, Short Film), The Little Ranger (1938, Short Film), Party Fever (1938, Short Film), Came the Brawn (1938, Short Film), Three Men in a Tub (1938, Short Film), Quality Street (1937), Our Gang Follies of 1938 (1937, Short Film), Fishy Tales (1937, Short Film), Mail and Female (1937, Short Film), Rushin’ Ballet (1937, Short Film), Glove Taps (1937, Short Film), Hearts Are Thumps (1937, Short Film), The Pigskin Palooka (1937, Short Film), Three Smart Boys (1937, Short Film), E! Mysteries & Scandals (1998, TV Show), E! True Hollywood Story (1996, TV Show)

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