American actor Mickey Rooney Jr. was born on July 3, 1945, and he died on July 16, 2022. He ran the Rooney Entertainment Group, a company that produced films and television series, and he was the actor Mickey Rooney’s eldest son.

He was an evangelical minister in Hemet, California, and a Christian who had undergone a conversion experience. On July 3, 1945, Rooney was born in Birmingham, Alabama.

Mickey Rooney Jr

His parents were the performer Betty Jane Rase, a former Miss Birmingham, and the actor Mickey Rooney.

He had his stage debut at the Mickey Mouse Club in 1955 with his brother Tim as a “Mouseketeer,” and he made his film debut in 1967 with his first appearance in Hot Rods to Hell.

Laura Hollander and Rooney initially crossed paths in 1986; they were married on December 30 of the same year. They wed up until her demise in 2006.

The Wandering Wind, The Choice Is Yours, and It Certainly Ain’t a Nice Thing are just a few of the albums and singles he recorded throughout the 1960s as a popular performer.

He also joined forces with his brothers Tim and Teddy to form a band and appeared on the ABC music variety show Shindig!

Cause of Death

His cause of death is  yet unknown.


Apparently, Mickey originally wed Merci Montillo in 1967, and the two eventually got divorced in 1986. Later, in 1986, Mickey married a different woman by the name of Laura Hollander, and she predeceased him in 2006.

Following that, he wed Christi Brown until 2022.


There is currently no information available on Mickey’s offspring.

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