Tucker graduated from Washington-Lee HS in Arlington, VA in 1938. This high school is also the alma mater of Warren Beatty, Shirley MacLaine, and Sandra Bullock.
Tucker is buried in the Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills Cemetary in Los Angeles.
Tucker has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame located at 6835 Hollywood Boulevard.
Once played the murder victim in an episode of Columbo entitled Blueprint for Murder.
Co-starred with Bob Denver in the 1973-74 syndicated series Dusty's Trail. The show was basically Gilligan's Island set on the prairie.
Appeared in an episode of Wagon Train entitled The Rex Montana Story.
Tucker played Lyndon Johnson in the 1983 TV movie Blood Feud.
Tucker's second wife, Marilyn, once appeared on an episode of I Love Lucy about celebrity wives appearing in a fashion show.
Tucker dropped out of college and appeared in burlesque for a brief period of time.
Tucker played river pirate Joe Snag on two episodes of Daniel Boone.
Tucker attended George Washington Univeristy for a brief period of time after graduation from high school.
Tucker co-starred with Peter Cushing in the 1957 British horror film The Abominable Snowman.
Tucker is buried in Forest Lawn Cemetary.
Tucker guest starred on six episodes of Gunsmoke.
Tucker replaced Slim Pickens on the sitcom Filthy Rich in the early 80's.
His nickname was Tuck.
Tucker and F-Troop co-star Larry Storch guest starred together on episodes of Love, American Style and Grizzly Adams.
Tucker co-starred with John Wayne in two movies: The Sands of Iwo Jima and Chisum.
Tucker was 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighed 200 lbs in his prime.
Tucker played the lead role in the touring company of Music Man for five years in the 1960's.
Tucker's fight scene with Gary Cooper in The Westerner led to a contract with Columbia Pictures.
Tucker and F-Troop co-star Larry Storch were the original ghostbusters in the 1975-76 Saturday morning show of the same name.
Tucker had three children--one with first wife Sandra Jolly and two with third wife Marilyn Fisk.