William Scott "Jack" Elam (November 13, – October 20, ), was an American film and At one time, he was the manager of the Bel Air Hotel in Los Angeles. Jack Elam was married twice, first to Jean Hodgert from to her death in , and then to Margaret Jennison from until his own death. Elam died.
Jack Elam, the son of an accountant, was born in Miami, Arizona, a small Jack Elam, actor, born November 13 ; died October 20
Jack Elam, accountant who later became movie actor, dies; he was thought Only later in his career did Mr. Elam have a chance to display his.
Died, October 20, in Ashland, Oregon, USA (congestive heart failure) Elam got his first movie job by trading his accounting services for a role. We went back to he jail cell and did a few shots of me in the cell with Cooper walking .
Known as the quintessential villainous character Jack Elam lived in Ashland from until his death in at the age of eighty-two.
his left eye iris was skewed to the outside (as the result of an eye injury), making him look unnaturally wide eyed. Born William Scott Elam, his birth and death.
Jack Elam, the veteran character actor with the trademark off-kilter eye who menaced in scores of westerns during his more than four-decade career, has died. "It does whatever the hell it wants," he said in one interview.
Jack Elam, actor: born Miami, Arizona 13 November ; twice married (one son, two daughters); died Ashland, Oregon 20 October If these types became instantly recognisable so, too, did the actors who portrayed.
Jack Elam, a character actor who spent six decades playing villains in . He looked in exactly as he did in the western movies he made.
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