Since The Brothers Four was founded in 1957 in Seattle, Washington, American folk singer Bob Flick has been regarded as one of its founding members. John Paine, Mike Kirkland, and Dick Foley, three of his pals from college, made up the other three founding members.
Along with the other members of his band, he is also well-known for a number of popular songs, such as the 1960 song Greenfields, which peaked at number one in Norway and remained at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Wife & Children
Loni Anderson, an American actress best known for her roles in the films All Dogs Go to Heaven (1983), Stroker Ace (1983), and the TV series WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–1982), is married to Bob Flick (1989).
Just three years after Bob’s band, The Brothers Four, reached number two on the pop charts with Greenfields in 1960, Loni and Bob first met at a movie premiere in her hometown of Minneapolis in 1963. Loni was a model and seventeen years old at the time. A local newspaper sent her to the premiere to picture with the group as the “fortunate young fan.”
At a Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) education campaign in Seattle in 1999, where Loni served as a spokesman, the two reconnected.
Bob and Loni got engaged on January 16, 2008, nine years later. Following a six-month engagement, the couple got married on May 17, 2008, in front of friends and family, including their son Quinton A. Reynolds. Additionally, the couple’s wedding poster featured the image from their initial encounter in 1963.
His wife had been married three times before Bob. Loni had a daughter named Deidre Hoffman with Bruce Donald Hasselberg, with whom she was married from July 10th, 1964, to July 10th, 1966.
Then, from 28 January 1974 until their divorce on 20 August 1981, she was wed to actor Ross Bickell. She then wed actor, director, and producer Burt Reynolds on April 29, 1988, and the couple later separated on June 17, 1994. Along with Burt, she adopted a son by the name of Quinton A. Reynolds.
Bob Flick’s wife, Loni Anderson’s net worth is $12 million.
His both stepchildren are also involved in the entertainment industry. Deidre Hoffman is an actress known for TV movie, The Jayne Mansfield Story (1980) and TV show The Doctors (2014) whereas Quinton A. Reynolds works in the camera and electrical department, credited in movies like Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016), and Minutes to Midnight (2018).
He studied at the University of Washington as a young man.
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