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Tommy Lee Jones
Birthday: September 15, 1946
Place: San Saba, Texas, USA
Height: 6' 1"
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| An eighth-generation Texan, actor Tommy Lee Jones attended Harvard University, where he roomed with future U.S. Vice President Al Gore. Though several of his less-knowledgeable fans have tended to dismiss Jones as a roughhewn redneck, the actor was equally at home on the polo fields (he's a champion player) as the oil fields, where he made his living for many years.After graduating cum laude from Harvard in 1969, Jones made his stage debut that same year in A Patriot for Me; in 1970, he appeared in his first film, Love Story (listed way, way down the cast list as one of Ryan O'Neal's fraternity buddies). Interestingly enough, while Jones was at Harvard, he and roommate Gore provided the models for author Erich Segal while he was writing the character of Oliver, the book's (and film's) protagonist. After this supporting role, Jones got his first film lead in the obscure Canadian film Eliza's Horoscope (1975). Following a spell on the daytime soap opera One Life to Live, he gained national attention in 1977 when he was cast in the title role in the TV miniseries The Amazing Howard Hughes, his resemblance to the title character — both vocally and visually — positively uncanny. Five years later, Jones won further acclaim and an Emmy for his startling performance as murderer Gary Gilmore in The Executioner's Song. Jones spent the rest of the '80s working in both television and film, doing his most notable work on such TV miniseries as Lonesome Dove (1989), for which he earned another Emmy nomination. It was not until the early '90s that the actor became a substantial figure in Hollywood, a position catalyzed by a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for his role in Oliver Stone's JFK. In 1993, Jones won both that award and a Golden Globe for his driven, starkly funny portrayal of U.S. Marshal Sam Gerard in The Fugitive. His subsequent work during the decade was prolific and enormously varied. In 1994 alone, he could be seen as an insane prison warden in Natural Born Killers; titular baseball hero Ty Cobb in Cobb; a troubled army captain in Blue Sky; a wily federal attorney in The Client; and a psychotic bomber in Blown Away. Jones was also attached to a number of big-budget action movies, hamming it up as the crazed Two-Face in Batman Forever (1995); donning sunglasses and an attitude to play a special agent in Men in Black (1997); and reprising his Fugitive role for the film's 1998 sequel, U.S. Marshals. The following year, he continued this trend, playing Ashley Judd's parole officer in the psychological thriller Double Jeopardy. The late '90s and millennial turnover found Jones' popularity soaring, and the distinguished actor continued to develop a successful comic screen persona (Space Cowboys  and Men in Black II ), in addition to maintaining his dramatic clout with roles in such thrillers as The Rules of Engagement (2000) and The Hunted (2003).2005 brought a comedic turn for the actor, who starred in the madcap comedy Man of the House as a grizzled police officer in tasked to protect a house full of cheerleaders who witnessed a murder. Jones also took a stab at directing that year, helming and starring in the western crime drama The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada. In 2006, Jones appeared in Robert Altman's film adaptation of A Prairie Home Companion, based on Garrison Keillor's long running radio show. The movie's legendary director, much loved source material and all-star cast made the film a safe bet for the actor, who hadn't done much in the way of musical comedy. Jones played the consumate corporate bad guy with his trademark grit.
- Never took an acting class.
- He and Al Gore were roommates while the two were students at Harvard University. The two remain close friends.
- Part time cattle rancher, owns 3,000-acre ranch near San Antonio, TX.
- Plays polo and raises polo ponies. His team won the U.S. Polo Association's Western Challenge Cup in 1993. Invites the Harvard's best polo players to his ranch to practice each fall.
- Father's name was Clyde C. Jones -- he did not have a middle name, just an initial.
- Father, with Kimberlea Gayle Cloughley, of Austin Leonard Jones (b. 1983) and Victoria Kafka Jones (b. 1991)
- Real-life son, Austin Leonard Jones, played his son, Tommy, in Yuri Nosenko, KGB (1986) (TV).
- According to author Erich Segal, Jones and his then Harvard roommate Al Gore, were the models for the character of Oliver in Love Story (1970).
- Injured after falling from horse during polo match. [30 October 1998]
- Writes most of his own most memorable lines in films: The Fugitive (1993)... when Richard Kimble (Harrison Ford) tells Marshal Gerard, "I didn't kill my wife," Gerard replies, "I don't care!" Under Siege (1992)... William Strannix's speech after he loses his mind: "Saturday morning cartoons... This little piggy... " Eyes of Laura Mars (1978) ... John Neville's revealing speech at the end of the movie.
- Ten days after graduating from Harvard, he landed his first role in the Broadway production of "A Patriot for Me" (with Maximilian Schell) which closed after 49 performances. He got his agent after giving a letter of introduction to actress Jane Alexander. His story of how he found an agent and a Broadway job so quickly was written about in an issue of "Ripley's Believe It or Not".
- Good friends with: Al Gore, Willie Nelson, Gary Busey, Oliver Stone and Robert Duvall.
- His ex-wife, Kate Lardner, is Ring Lardner's granddaughter.
- Speaks Spanish fluently.
- He is a first cousin of Boxcar Willie, a famous country singer.
- Owns the movie rights to Cormac McCarthy's controversial novel "Blood Meridian", which many consider unfilmable.
- Born on the exact same day as filmmaker and good friend Oliver Stone.
- Was the studio's original (and preferred) choice to play Snake Plisken in John Carpenter's Escape from New York (1981). The studio was reluctant to cast Kurt Russell, who ultimately got the part, because of his previous work.
- Has worked with two "Katherine Hepburns." In The Amazing Howard Hughes, he played Hughes opposite Tovah Feldshuh as Hepburn. In The Missing, his daughter is played by Cate Blanchett, who played Hepburn in The Aviator--another biopic about Howard Hughes.
- Is the only Texan to have played fellow Texan Howard Hughes. Leonardo DiCaprio (The Aviator), Jason Robards (Melvin and Howard) and Terry O'Quinn (The Rocketeer) were born in California, Illinois, and Michigan, respectively.
- Is an avid San Antonio Spurs fan.
- Played Howard Hughes in The Amazing Howard Hughes, and later appeared in Batman Forever, which was filmed inside the hangar of Hughes's "Spruce Goose."
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