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After the cancellation of The Jim Nabors Hour, Nabors embarked on a nationwide roadshow.  Nabors sang the national anthem before Game #1 of the 1973 World Series in Oakland.
Jim Nabors, 87, TV’s Gomer Pyle, Is DeadJim Nabors, 87, TV’s Gomer Pyle, Is Dead. He was 87. His husband, Stan Cadwallader, confirmed the death. He said that Mr. Nabors’s health had been declining for a year and that his immune system had been suppressed since he underwent a liver transplant in 1994.
Jim Nabors. He was also known as one of the first famous gay men to marry a same sex partner, Stan Cadwallader. Jim died on November 30, 2017 and his death was because of a short illness (details were not disclosed). He was 87 when he died.
Jim Nabors Husband, Cause of Death, Net Worth, Gay or Straight image source Born in Sylacauga, Alabama on June 12, 1930, Jim Nabors was raised in a typical religious Alabama household, he had two sisters and his father Fred Nabors was a police officer while his mother Mavis Pearl was a homemaker.
Jim also appeared in comic support in a couple of Reynolds' films -- The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982) and Stroker Ace (1983). Nabors was seen on a limited basis in the early 1990s and his life took a serious hit in 1994 when, after years of ill health, he was forced to have a liver transplant.
Who Was Jim Nabors? Actor and singer Jim Nabors was born in Sylacauga, Alabama, in 1930. Plagued by poor health, which prevented him from playing sports in school, Nabors took to the stage.
Jim Nabors, Gomer Pyle On ‘Andy Griffith Show,’ Dies At 87. HONOLULU (AP) — Jim Nabors, who played Gomer Pyle on TV’s “The Andy Griffith Show,” has died at 87. Nabors died peacefully at his home in Hawaii on Thursday with his husband, Stan Cadwallader, at his side. He was 87. Cadwallader says Nabors ...