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Samuel Pack Elliott Wiki Biography
Samuel Pack Elliott was born on the 9th August 1944, in Sacramento, California USA, and is an actor well known for portraying ranchers and cowboys. Sam Elliott has been accumulating his net worth landing roles on television and in the cinema since 1968.
So just how rich is Sam Elliot? $16 million is the estimated sum by sources, of Sam’s net worth which he has managed to accumulate over his long spanned career.
To begin with, Sam Elliot was raised in Sacramento, and then Oregon as his family moved there in the years of his adolescence. Sam was educated at David Douglas High School in Portland, and at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington. While still a student he performed in the play “Guys and Dolls”, and then read a very positive review about his acting in a local newspaper, which inspired him to pursue a career in acting, resulting in millions appearing in his net worth.
Sam Elliot signed a contract with the film company 20th Century Fox in 1968, which firmly established his net worth. He received episodic roles in television series “Felony Squad” (1968–1969), “Land of the Giants” (1969), “Judd, for the Defense” (1969), and “Lancer” (1969), then debuted on the big screen appearing in a minor role in “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” (1969), on the set of which he met his future wife, Katharine Ross. Later, they appeared together in the horror film “The Legacy” (1978) directed by Richard Marquand, the television films “Murder in Texas” (1981) directed by William Hale, “The Shadow Riders” (1982) directed by Andrew V. McLaglen, “Travis McGee” (1983) directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and “Conagher” (1991) directed by Reynaldo Villalobos; the latter was also produced and co-written by Elliot, and he was nominated for the Golden Globe as the Best Supporting Actor in TV Film. All these roles added considerably to Sam’s net worth.
The versatility Elliot demonstrated saw him landing roles in the television series “Mission: Impossible” (1970–1971) created by Bruce Geller, starring alongside Ray Milland and Joan Van Ark in the horror film “Frogs” (1972) directed by George McCowan, landing the main role in the drama film “Mask” (1985) directed by Peter Bogdanovich, and starring in the miniseries “A Death in California” (1985) directed by Delbert Mann. Elliot was nominated for the Critics Choice Award and WAFCA Award after landing the role in Jason Reitman’s film “Up in the Air” (2009).
After appearing in more than 50 films on the big screen, and the same number of TV shows, series and documentaries – an indication of his versatility and popularity – Sam Elliot was rewarded with nominations for Primetime Emmy and Golden Globe Awards after starring in the television film “Buffalo Girls” (1995) directed by Rod Hardy. Finally, Elliot won the Critics’ Choice Television Award as the Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series for his role of Avery Markham in television drama series “Justified” (2015). Currently, he is working voicing Ward Hill Lamon in the documentary film “The Gettysburg Address”, due for release in late in 2018.
In the personal life of Sam Elliot, he married the actress Katharine Ross in 1984. The same year their daughter Cleo Rose Elliot was born, and she is now a musician.
IMDB Wikipedia “Justified” (2015) “A Death in California” (1985) “Felony Squad” (1968–1969) “Lancer” (1969) “Land of the Giants” (1969) “Mission: Impossible” (1970–1971) “The Gettysburg Address” $16 Million 1944 3 News 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) Academy Award Actor Actors American River American River Parkway Andrew V. McLaglen Animas River Associated Press Atlanta August 9 Brenda Vaccaro Bruce Geller Butch Cassidy Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid California Cinema of the United States Cleo Cole Elliott Cleo Rose Elliot Colorado Conagher Delbert Mann Drowning Emmy Award Film Film producer for the Defense” (1969) Frogs (1972) George McCowan George Roy Hill Glynn Mamie Sparks Golden Globe Award Henry Nelson Elliot Hollywood Jason Reitman Joan Van Ark Judd Katharine Ross Katharine Ross (m. 1984) Kyle Peterson La Plata County Mask (1985) Murder in Texas Murder in Texas (1981) Nationality Net Ogunquit Playhouse Paul Newman People’s Choice Awards Peter Bogdanovich Ray Milland Reynaldo Villalobos Richard Marquand Robert Redford Rod Hardy Sacramento Sacramento Fire Department Sam Sam Elliot Sam Elliott Sam Elliott Net Worth Samuel Pack “Sam” Elliott Samuel Pack Elliott Scottish American The Legacy (1978) The Shadow Riders Theatre World Award Tony Award Toronto General Hospital United States United States of America Valerie Harper Voice Actor William Hale
Samuel Pack Elliott Quick Info
|Full Name||Sam Elliott|
|Net Worth||$16 Million|
|Date Of Birth||August 9, 1944|
|Place Of Birth||Sacramento, California, United States|
|Height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Voice Actor, Film Producer|
|Education||David Douglas High School in Portland, Clark College in Vancouver, Washington|
|Spouse||Katharine Ross (m. 1984)|
|Children||Cleo Cole Elliott|
|Parents||Henry Nelson Elliot, Glynn Mamie Sparks|
|Nicknames||Samuel Pack Elliott , Samuel Pack “Sam” Elliott , Sam Elliot , Kyle Peterson , Sam|
|Awards||Critics’ Choice Television Award as the Best Guest Performer (2015), COFCA Award for Best Ensemble (2009)|
|Nominations||Primetime Emmy Award, Golden Globe Awards for best Actor and For Supporting Actor|
|Movies||“Justified” (2015), “Frogs” (1972), “Mask” (1985), “A Death in California” (1985), “The Legacy” (1978), “Murder in Texas” (1981), “The Gettysburg Address”|
|TV Shows||“Felony Squad” (1968–1969), “Mission: Impossible” (1970–1971), “Felony Squad” (1968–1969), “Land of the Giants” (1969), “Judd, for the Defense” (1969), “Lancer” (1969)|
Samuel Pack Elliott Trademarks
- His hairy chest, frequently displayed in his movie and TV appearances until he was in his early 50s.
- Grey hair and thick mustache
- Often plays guides or mentors to lead characters
- Frequently plays cowboys
- Deep commanding voice
Samuel Pack Elliott Quotes
- The Catholic church happened to The Golden Compass (2007), as far as I’m concerned. It did incredible at the box office. Incredible. It took $85m in the States. The Catholic church… lambasted them, and I think it scared New Line off.
- [on his Did You Hear About the Morgans? (2009) co-star Hugh Grant] I’ve never known anybody that can get away with the shit that Hugh Grant gets away with. And he gets away with it because he’s so damn charming. He gets away with everything. I couldn’t get away with the stuff he gets away with — I mean I wouldn’t even try! Hugh Grant is the main man. He’s the number one romantic comedy man in the world.
- I’m picky, very picky. I wanted to be an actor since I was nine years old and I figured that was only one way to ever have any longevity and that’s to be careful about what kind of work you do. You can work for money, do a lot of whatever comes your way and not have any kind of a yardstick to measure quality by, and people, you know you’ll make a lot of money if you’re lucky, and people will get fed up and sick of seeing you and that’s it onto the next one. – On his career choices.
- I was really happy that Ang Lee won the Best Director award, I got to know him very well on Hulk (2003). But I’m not the Brokeback Mountain (2005) crowd, what can I tell ya. I’m more of a purist. But at the same time, it’s a new day.
- I think I might have been a more interesting actor, had more of a career earlier on, if I had more formal preparation. When I see something ten years later that I was in I think, “Boy, would I love to do that over.”
- I’ve spent my entire career on horseback or on a motorcycle. It boxes you in, the way people perceive you. I read a lot of scripts. Most of ’em go to other actors.
- in the December 1976 issue of “Playgirl”] I don’t want to be known as a sex symbol. There’s a great stigma that goes with that tag. I want to be a Sam Elliott.
Samuel Pack Elliott Important Facts
- Samuel Pack Elliott was born in Sacramento, California, to Glynn Mamie (Sparks), a physical training instructor, and Henry Nelson Elliott, who worked for the Department of the Interior. His parents were both born in Texas. Sam is mainly of English, with some Scottish, descent.
- Inducted into the International Mustache Hall of Fame in 2015 (inaugural class) in the category Film & Television.
- Had three films that premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival: Digging for Fire (2015), Grandma (2015), and I’ll See You in My Dreams (2015).
- Shares birthday with “Smokey Bear,” and Sam Elliott has been the voice of “Smokey Bear” since 2008.
- In The Big Lebowski (1998), his strange cowboy character admonishes The Dude (played by Jeff Bridges) for using “cusswords.” When recalling anecdotes for the book “I’m a Lebowski, You’re a Lebowski: Life, The Big Lebowski, and What Have You” from that film, Elliott used by far the most profanities of any cast member.
- To date, he is the first (and only) actor to be nominated for an Emmy for guest-performing on Robot Chicken (2005).
- Fifth husband of Katharine Ross.
- Used his own Winchester 1894 rifle in Thank You for Smoking (2005).
- After portraying General Ross in Hulk (2003) he wanted to reprise the role in the reboot The Incredible Hulk (2008), but the part was given to William Hurt.
- Had not read any of the ‘His Dark Materials’ books before he was asked to take the role as Lee Scoresby in The Golden Compass (2007). He chose to first read the books by Philip Pullman, then read the film’s script.
- His character in Hulk (2003), Gen. Ross, wore a combat patch for the 1st Cavalry Division. In We Were Soldiers (2002), he played Sgt. Maj. Plumley of the 7th Cavalry Regiment, part of the 1st Cav Div.
- For his role on Tombstone (1993), he worked with renowned Hollywood gun coach Thell Reed, who has also trained such actors as Val Kilmer, Kurt Russell, Bill Paxton, Girard Swan, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Russell Crowe.
- He is an alumnus of Clark College in Vancouver, Washington.
- Illness forced him to drop out of the 1982 TV movie The Ambush Murders (1982). He was replaced by James Brolin.
- 9/17/84: Daughter with Katharine Ross, Cleo Rose Elliott, born.
- In his book “Shirtless! The Hollywood Male Physique,” Donald Reuter refers to Elliott as a “super bod” and gives him a full-page color photograph from his 1976 movie Lifeguard (1976).
- His bare-buns scene in The Legacy (1978) earned the highest rating (3 stars) from “The Bare Facts” — a printed guide to nudity in movies.
- 1976: Listed as one of 12 “Promising New Actors of 1976” in John Willis’s Screen World, Vol. 28.
Samuel Pack Elliott Filmography
|A Star Is Born||2018||filming||Bobby||Actor|
|The Gettysburg Address||2017||Documentary post-production||Ward Hill Lamon (voice)||Actor|
|The Ranch||2016-2017||TV Series||Beau Bennett||Actor|
|Red Carpet Report||2017||TV Series short||Himelf||Actor|
|The Hero||2017||Lee Hayden||Actor|
|Rock Dog||2016||Fleetwood Yak (voice)||Actor|
|Grace and Frankie||2016||TV Series||Phil||Actor|
|American Dad!||2016||TV Series||Big John Tanner||Actor|
|Limbo||2016/III||Short||The Dog (voice)||Actor|
|The Good Dinosaur||2015||Butch (voice)||Actor|
|Axe Cop||2015||TV Series||Axe Cop’s Dad||Actor|
|Justified||2015||TV Series||Avery Markham||Actor|
|Parks and Recreation||2013-2015||TV Series||Ron Dunn||Actor|
|I’ll See You in My Dreams||2015||Bill||Actor|
|Digging for Fire||2015||Pop Pop||Actor|
|Draft Day||2014/I||Coach Moore||Actor|
|Robot Chicken||2012||TV Series||White Wine Narrator / Commander Waspax / Reporter||Actor|
|The Company You Keep||2012||Mac Mcleod||Actor|
|November Christmas||2010||TV Movie||Jess Sanford||Actor|
|The Big Bang||2010||Simon Kestral||Actor|
|Did You Hear About the Morgans?||2009||Clay Wheeler||Actor|
|Up in the Air||2009/I||Maynard Finch||Actor|
|The Golden Compass||2007||Lee Scoresby||Actor|
|Barnyard||2006||Ben the Cow (voice)||Actor|
|Avenger||2006||TV Movie||Calvin Dexter||Actor|
|Lies & Alibis||2006||The Mormon||Actor|
|Thank You for Smoking||2005||Lorne Lutch||Actor|
|Off the Map||2003||Charley||Actor|
|We Were Soldiers||2002||Sgt. Maj. Basil Plumley||Actor|
|Pretty When You Cry||2001||Detective Lukas Black||Actor|
|The Contender||2000||Kermit Newman||Actor|
|Fail Safe||2000||TV Movie||Congressman Raskob||Actor|
|You Know My Name||1999||TV Movie||Bill Tilghman||Actor|
|The Hi-Lo Country||1998||Jim Ed Love||Actor|
|The Big Lebowski||1998||The Stranger||Actor|
|Dog Watch||1997||Video||Charlie Falon||Actor|
|Rough Riders||1997||TV Series||Capt. Bucky O’Neil||Actor|
|The Final Cut||1996||John Pierce||Actor|
|Woman Undone||1996||TV Movie||Ross Bishop||Actor|
|Blue River||1995||TV Movie||Henry Howland||Actor|
|The Ranger, the Cook and a Hole in the Sky||1995||TV Movie||Bill Bell||Actor|
|Buffalo Girls||1995||TV Mini-Series||Wild Bill Hickok||Actor|
|The Desperate Trail||1994||Video||Marshall Bill Speakes||Actor|
|Fugitive Nights: Danger in the Desert||1993||TV Movie||Lyn Cutter||Actor|
|Gettysburg||1993||Brig. Gen. John Buford||Actor|
|Conagher||1991||TV Movie||Conn Conagher||Actor|
|Sibling Rivalry||1990||Charles Turner Jr.||Actor|
|Road House||1989||Wade Garrett||Actor|
|Fatal Beauty||1987||Mike Marshak||Actor|
|The Quick and the Dead||1987||TV Movie||Con Vallian||Actor|
|Houston: The Legend of Texas||1986||TV Movie||Sam Houston||Actor|
|The Blue Lightning||1986||TV Movie||Harry Wingate||Actor|
|A Death in California||1985||TV Mini-Series||D. Jordan Williams||Actor|
|The Yellow Rose||1983-1984||TV Series||Chance McKenzie||Actor|
|Travis McGee||1983||TV Movie||Travis McGee||Actor|
|The Shadow Riders||1982||TV Movie||Dal Traven||Actor|
|Murder in Texas||1981||TV Movie||Dr. John Hill||Actor|
|Wild Times||1980||TV Mini-Series||Hugh Cardiff||Actor|
|The Sacketts||1979||TV Series||Tell Sackett||Actor|
|The Legacy||1978||Pete Danner||Actor|
|Aspen||1977||TV Mini-Series||Tom Keating||Actor|
|Once an Eagle||1976-1977||TV Mini-Series||Sam Damon||Actor|
|Police Woman||1975||TV Series||Michael Gregory||Actor|
|I Will Fight No More Forever||1975||TV Movie||Captain Wood||Actor|
|Hawaii Five-O||1974||TV Series||Jack Houston||Actor|
|The Manhunter||1974||TV Series||Will Gantry||Actor|
|Evel Knievel||1974||TV Movie||Evel Knievel||Actor|
|Doc Elliot||1974||TV Series||Lee Barrows||Actor|
|The Streets of San Francisco||1974||TV Series||Ken Johnson||Actor|
|The Blue Knight||1973||TV Movie||Detective Charlie Bronski||Actor|
|Hawkins||1973||TV Series||Luther Wilkes||Actor|
|Mannix||1973||TV Series||Bill Saunders||Actor|
|Molly and Lawless John||1972||Johnny Lawler||Actor|
|Mod Squad||1972||TV Series||Rick Price||Actor|
|Gunsmoke||1972||TV Series||Cory Soames||Actor|
|Mission: Impossible||1970-1971||TV Series||Doug Robert||Actor|
|Assault on the Wayne||1971||TV Movie||Ensign William ‘Bill’ Sandover||Actor|
|The Games||1970||Richie Robinson||Actor|
|The Challenge||1970||TV Movie||Bryant||Actor|
|Bracken’s World||1970||TV Series||Todd Skinner||Actor|
|Lancer||1969-1970||TV Series||Cowboy / Canopus McKillen / Renslo||Actor|
|The F.B.I.||1969||TV Series||SAC Kendall Lisbon||Actor|
|Land of the Giants||1969||TV Series||Martin Reed||Actor|
|Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid||1969||Card Player #2||Actor|
|The Felony Squad||1968-1969||TV Series||Marine Leader / Station Attendant / Jack||Actor|
|Judd for the Defense||1969||TV Series||Dan Kenyon||Actor|
|The Ranch||2017||TV Series producer – 1 episode||Producer|
|You Know My Name||1999||TV Movie executive producer||Producer|
|Conagher||1991||TV Movie producer||Producer|
|Houston: The Legend of Texas||1986||TV Movie associate producer – uncredited||Producer|
|Conagher||1991||TV Movie teleplay||Writer|
|Barnyard||2006||performer: “I Won’t Back Down”||Soundtrack|
|Red Wing||2013||special thanks||Thanks|
|I’m King Kong!: The Exploits of Merian C. Cooper||2005||Documentary grateful thanks||Thanks|
|Ok! TV||2017||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|Today||2015-2017||TV Series||Himself / Himself – Guest||Self|
|The Talk||2017||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|Young Hollywood||2016||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|The 17th Annual WIN Awards||2016||TV Movie||Himself – Presenter||Self|
|Made in Hollywood||2015||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|The 5th Annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards||2015||TV Special||Himself||Self|
|Home & Family||2015||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|Cowboys and Cosmopolitans: The Stars of ‘Did You Hear About the Morgans’||2010||Video documentary||Himself||Self|
|Location, Location, Location: The Making of ‘Did You Hear About the Morgans’||2010||Video documentary short||Himself||Self|
|For Love of Liberty: The Story of America’s Black Patriots||2010||TV Movie documentary voice||Self|
|Production Design: The Emotional Fabric of a Parallel World||2008||Video documentary short||Himself||Self|
|The Golden Compass: Costumes||2008||Video documentary short||Himself||Self|
|The Golden Compass: Locations||2008||Video documentary short||Himself||Self|
|The Golden Compass: Meet the Cast||2008||Video documentary short||Himself||Self|
|The Launch: Releasing the Film ‘The Golden Compass’||2008||Video short||Himself||Self|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live!||2008||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|The View||2007||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|HBO First Look||2007||TV Series documentary short||Himself||Self|
|Blazing Trails: The Making of ‘Ghost Rider’||2007||Video documentary short||Himself||Self|
|Spirit of Vengeance: The Making of ‘Ghost Rider’||2007||Video documentary||Himself||Self|
|Utter Talent: Voices of Barnyard||2006||Video documentary short||Self|
|The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson||2005-2006||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|Anatomy of a Scene||2004||TV Series documentary||Himself||Self|
|Hulk: The Lowdown||2003||TV Movie documentary||Co-host||Self|
|Hulk Cam: Inside the Rage||2003||Video documentary short||Himself||Self|
|The Making of ‘Tombstone’||2002||Video documentary short||Himself / Virgil Earp||Self|
|Filming ‘Rush’||2002||Video documentary short||Himself||Self|
|We Were Soldiers: Getting It Right||2002||Video documentary short||Himself / Sgt. Maj. Basil Plumley||Self|
|Dobe and a Company of Heroes||2002||TV Movie||Himself||Self|
|The Contender: The Making of a Political Thriller||2001||Video documentary short||Himself||Self|
|Big Guns Talk: The Story of the Western||1997||TV Movie documentary||Himself||Self|
|The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards||1996||TV Special||Himself – Nominee||Self|
|The 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1995||TV Special||Himself – Nominee||Self|
|The Way West||1995||TV Movie documentary||Voice||Self|
|The Making of ‘Gettysburg’||1993||Video documentary||Himself / Brig. Gen. John Buford, Federa||Self|
|Roadhog: An MTV News Special Report||1993||TV Movie documentary||Himself – Narrator||Self|
|The 49th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1992||TV Special||Himself – Nominee: Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV||Self|
|One on One with John Tesh||1992||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|The 47th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1990||TV Special||Himself – Host||Self|
|The Arsenio Hall Show||1989||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|CBS This Morning||1989||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|The World’s Greatest Stunts: A Tribute to Hollywood Stuntmen||1988||TV Movie documentary||Himself||Self|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1977||TV Series||Himself – Co-Host||Self|
|Once in a Lew Moon||2015||Documentary||Himself||Archive Footage|
|Cher: The Farewell Tour||2003||TV Movie documentary||Gar||Archive Footage|
|Intimate Portrait||2002||TV Series documentary||Himself||Archive Footage|
|Gomorron||1998||TV Series||Himself||Archive Footage|
|Joe Bob’s Drive-In Theater||1995||TV Series||Virgil Earp||Archive Footage|
Samuel Pack Elliott Awards
|2015||Critics’ Choice TV Award||Critics Choice Television Awards||Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series||Justified (2010)||Won|
|2001||Alan J. Pakula Award||Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards||The Contender (2000)||Won|
|2000||Bronze Wrangler||Western Heritage Awards||Television Feature Film||You Know My Name (1999)||Won|
|1999||Bronze Wrangler||Western Heritage Awards||Theatrical Motion Picture||The Hi-Lo Country (1998)||Won|
|1992||Bronze Wrangler||Western Heritage Awards||Television Feature Film||Conagher (1991)||Won|
|1990||Golden Boot||Golden Boot Awards||Won|
|1987||Bronze Wrangler||Western Heritage Awards||Factual Television Program||Houston: The Legend of Texas (1986)||Won|
|1976||Bronze Wrangler||Western Heritage Awards||Factual Television Program||I Will Fight No More Forever (1975)||Won|
|2015||Critics’ Choice TV Award||Critics Choice Television Awards||Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series||Justified (2010)||Nominated|
|2001||Alan J. Pakula Award||Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards||The Contender (2000)||Nominated|
|2000||Bronze Wrangler||Western Heritage Awards||Television Feature Film||You Know My Name (1999)||Nominated|
|1999||Bronze Wrangler||Western Heritage Awards||Theatrical Motion Picture||The Hi-Lo Country (1998)||Nominated|
|1992||Bronze Wrangler||Western Heritage Awards||Television Feature Film||Conagher (1991)||Nominated|
|1990||Golden Boot||Golden Boot Awards||Nominated|
|1987||Bronze Wrangler||Western Heritage Awards||Factual Television Program||Houston: The Legend of Texas (1986)||Nominated|
|1976||Bronze Wrangler||Western Heritage Awards||Factual Television Program||I Will Fight No More Forever (1975)||Nominated|