Cal Worthington

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Cal Worthington
Born Calvin Coolidge Worthington
November 27, 1920(1920-11-27)
Shidler, Oklahoma or Bly, Oklahoma, U.S.
Died September 8, 2013(2013-09-08) (aged 92)
Orland, California, U.S.
Nationality American
Other names Calvin Coolidge Worthington
Calvin Worthington
Cal Coolidge Worthington
Occupation Car dealer
Known for A long-standing series of offbeat television commercials featuring "my dog Spot"
Spouse four divorces
Children
Rod Worthington

Barbara Worthington Calvin Worthington Courtney Worthington Shepherd Susan Skellenger Coldren Worthington

Parents Benjamin Franklin Worthington
Relatives 8 siblings
Military career
Service/branch U.S. Army Air Corps
Years of service c:a 1942-1945
Rank Captain
Unit 390th Bombardment Group
Battles/wars World War II pilot, 29 bombing missions over Germany
Awards
Air Medal (4 Oak Leaf Clusters)

Distinguished Flying Cross

Website
www.calworthington.com
Notes

Calvin Coolidge "Cal" Worthington (November 27, 1920 – September 8, 2013) was an American car dealer. He was best known for his radio and television advertisements for the Worthington Dealership Group. He appeared with either a tiger, a seal, an elephant, a chimpanzee, a hippopotamus, or a bear.

Worthington was born on November 27, 1920 in Shidler, Oklahoma. He was named after then-Vice President of the United States Calvin Coolidge. Worthington died on September 8, 2013 in Orland, California from natural causes, aged 92.[3]

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