16, 1940 in Lamesa, Texas, and raised in Dawson County, Texas, Corbin's parents were a successful lawyer and an elementary school teacher.
Corbin got bit by the performing bug at a young age when he would organize neighborhood plays.
Nobody knows that whether at his old age also he is dating his girlfriend or not.
But as we know, Corbin married two times in his life.
We don’t have clear information about his marriage and divorce date with his second wife and don’t know whether he divorced with his second wife or not.
In this episode of The Real Housewives of Potomac, titled "A Host of Issues," Karen and Charisse take it upon themselves to start planning a girls trip to Bermuda while Monique plans an over-the-top party for her baby girl, leaving Gizelle off the guest list.To moviegoers, he is well remembered as General Beringer in War Games, John Travolta's uncle Bob Davis in Urban Cowboy, co-starring with Clint Eastwood in Any Which Way You Can, or Roscoe Brown, July Johnson's bumbling deputy in the acclaimed western Lonesome Dove.From 1979 until 1984, he appeared in several episodes of Dallas as Sheriff Fenton Washburn.DIRECTOR: Jeff Stephenson DISTRIBUTOR: Wonder Entertainment & Epting Productions CAST: Desmond Harrington, Jon Abrahams, Liane Balaban, Barry Corbin, Will Estes, Elden Henson, Christian Kane, Sunny Mabrey, Kathleen Robertson, Sara Rue AWARDS: NOMINATED: 2009 Hollywood Film Festival: Hollywood Awards Finalist SYNOPSIS: Sam (Harrington) surprises his old NYU college friends when he shows up at one of their weddings in Athens, Georgia.He hasnt been seen or heard from in years -- traveling the world alone since Amy (Robertson) left him.Jill Zarin, who is set to make her return to The Real Housewives of New York City on Wednesday's episode, has never held back when it comes to her long-standing feuds, especially when it comes to Ramona Singer.On this episode of The Originals, "Phantomesque," Rebekah and Kol return to New Orleans, Freya, Hope and Hayley work together to save Elijah and the Hollow makes Kol a deal he may not be able to refuse. But they put me in the Presidential Suite at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel, so I really felt like I was being catered to. My manager called me and said, “You may not want to do this—it’s just one scene—but it’s the Coen brothers, and the scene is with Tommy Lee [Jones].” I said, “Well, I know Tommy Lee.” I said, “Send me the script.” I started reading the script, I got most of the way through it, and I started thinking, “Well, where in the world is this Ellis character? We had to shoot some in a jail, and he’d always wear a tie when we went into the jail so they’d know he wasn’t supposed to be there. I’d done one on Dallas, did one in Six Pack, all these different sheriffs. I haven’t seen her in a while, but she’s married to Josh Brolin, and I see ’em occasionally at functions and so forth. I’m surprised at the number of young people who’ve seen it, ’cause it’s a pretty old movie. Then we got in there, and Richard was quiet and didn’t say anything. But Gene Wilder would be out there playing basketball with these murderers and people, all of ’em playin’ tough. A guy named Mick Garris directed, and it was a lot of fun. I never could figure out what it was, and I don’t know what I was doing. So I was kind of commuting back and forth between Fort Worth and New Orleans. [Laughs.] All these old actors come up to me and say, “You stole my part! They called me about a month before I was supposed to shoot and asked me if I wanted to do it. That was the last movie she played as a kid, but we became friends later. I’m not sure I want to go shoot in Mexico right now, but back then, it was fine. Richard Pryor was nervous every time they’d bring us in, ’cause we had to go through three different gates, and they had to slam one gate shut and then open another one. [Laughs.] AVC: Do you remember how that came about? There was this kid, Bryan Greenberg—I think that’s the one we’re talking about—and they were doing this show.Corbin was born in Lamesa, the seat of Dawson County, south of Lubbock in West Texas.He is the son of the former Alma La Merle Scott (1918–1994), a teacher, and Kilmer Blaine Corbin, Sr.