|Birth Day:||March 5, 1929|
|Death Date:||Jan 28, 1990 (age 60)|
As per our current Database, Casey Tibbs died on Jan 28, 1990 (age 60).
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His transition from a rodeo career to screen actor was seamless thanks to his 1952 role as a Rodeo Rider for Bronco Buster.
Tibbs was born to John F. Tibbs (1886-1948) and Florence M. Tibbs (1889-1974) in rural Orton northwest of Fort Pierre in Stanley County in central South Dakota. He was of English descent. He held the "World All-Around Cowboy Champion" title twice, in 1951 and 1955. He won in 1949, 1951–1954, and 1959, the world saddle bronc riding championship and in 1951 world bareback bronc riding championship. He was featured on the 22 October 1951 cover of Life magazine.
He moved in 1976 to Ramona, California, to raise and breed horses. After battling bone cancer and then lung cancer for about a year, he died at his home in Ramona, while watching the 1990 Super Bowl. He is interred at the Scotty Philip Cemetery in Fort Pierre, South Dakota.
Currently, Casey Tibbs is 93 years, 3 months and 21 days old. Casey Tibbs will celebrate 94th birthday on a Sunday 5th of March 2023.
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