|Barry Corbin Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Date of Birth||October 16, 1940|
Barry Corbin is a talented American actor. He is known for his roles in The Fanatics, Dead & Buried, No Country for Old Men, Northern Exposure, Anger Management, One Tree Hill, and more. He studied theater at Texas Tech University and was inducted into the Texas Film Hall of Fame on March 8, 2012.
Leonard Barrie Corbin
Lamesa, Texas, United States
Handley, Texas, United States
Barry Corbin studied at Monterey High School in Lubbock. Later, he attended theatre arts at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas.
- Father – Kilmer Blain Corbin Sr. (Attorney and TX State Senator)
- Mother – Alma Corbin (Elementary School Teacher)
- Siblings – Blaine Corbin (Younger Brother), Jane Corbin (Younger Sister)
5 ft 11 in or 180.5 cm
85 kg or 187.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Barry Corbin has dated –
- Marie Elyse Soape (1965-1974) – They got married on March 8, 1965, and divorced on December 31, 1974. They had a son together named Bernard Corbin (b. 1970).
- Susan Berger (1976-1993) – They got married on May 29, 1976, and divorced on June 14, 1993. They had 2 sons together, Jim Barry Corbin (b. 1979) and Christopher Corbin (b. 1982).
- He also has a daughter named Shannon Corbin.
Race / Ethnicity
- Keeps a thick mustache
- Often wears a cowboy hat
Barry Corbin Facts
- His first child, Shannon Corbin (b. 1965) who he had after an affair and whose identity was kept from him, was later adopted in 1991.
- He has served in the United States Marine Corps which he joined at age 21, on a hangover and a friend’s dare.
- In the 1990s, he was treated for a condition called alopecia areata, due to which he lost almost all his hair.
- He is considered the acting mentor and friend of Rob Morrow, Janine Turner, and Cynthia Geary.
- He loves Western films.
- Growing up, he idolized the Durango Kid.
- He claims that while he was in school, he has never learned the multiplication tables, and relies on calculators.
- He spends his free time riding horses and tending his cattle.
Featured Image by Barry Corbin / Twitter