Larry was born in 1931 to Mary Martin, a successful Broadway singer and dancer and Ben Hagman a small town attorney. He was primarily raised by his grandparents, but at the age of 12 his grandmother died, so Larry went to live with his mother and her new…more
Larry died on November 23, 2012 at the age of 81. Larry died from complications from cancer at a Dallas hospital.
Larry was born in Weatherford, Texas.
Larry is right-handed.
Larry enjoys skiing, backpacking, fishing, sailing, and traveling.
Larry resides in Ojai, California.
Larry attended Bard College in Anandale-on-the-Hudson, New York.
Larry was in the US Army Air Force.
Larry has a star on the "Hollywood Walk of Fame." It is located on 1560 N. Vine Street.
One of Larry's favorite TV shows is The Sopranos.
In 2001, Larry released his autobiography titled, "Hello Darlin': Tall (And Absolutely True) Tales About My Life."
Larry appeared in a TV commercial for Heineken.
Larry is a vegetarian.
Larry's trade mark is wearing a cowboy hat.
Larry's nicknames are Mad Monk of Malibu and Hag.
Larry is 6' 1".
Larry was considered so difficult to work with by the producers of I Dream Of Jeannie that they planned to write him off the show at the end of the second season and have Darren McGavin take his place, but Larry was too well-liked by the studio executives and public and the plan was quickly quashed.
Larry asks autograph-seekers to tell a joke or sing a song for him, for what he considers a fair exchange.
After the cancellation of Dallas, Hagman was forced to slow down his busy schedule due to an ongoing battle with liver cancer, and in August of 1995 he was the recipient of a liver transplant, a procedure that saved his life.
He married Swedish designer Maj Axelsson in December 1954.