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Elliott in THE BIG LEBOWSKI

About Sam Elliott (1944 - )

Sam Elliott was born on August 9, 1944 in Sacramento, California.

Katharine Ross and Sam Elliott were married in 1984, she is also an actress seen films like DONNIE DARKO, THE STEPFORD WIVES and THE LEGACY.

In 1976 Sam Elliott was listed as one of twelve Promising New Actors in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 28.

When the Cowboys are raising Hell in the small western town Sam Elliott,playing Virgil Earp, will have to team up with his brother played by Bill paxton and Kurt Russell to bring piece to the small town. This was said to be Val Kilmer best role he played Doc Holliday.

Sam Elliott body has been shown In only a few of his films in the book SHIRTLESS!, Sam Elliott is refer to as a "Super Bod" this was how Donald Reuter his character/ his body in LIFEGAURD. Also given a very high rating for the movie THE LEGACY for showing his bottom.

Playing a card player Sam Elliott was given his film debut in the western BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID.

On the set of BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID is when Sam Elliott met his wife Katharine Ross, the two fell in love and were married.

As the run down bouncer Sam Elliott played Wade Garrett in the 1989 hit ROAD HOUSE starring opposite Patrick Swayze, Kelly Lynch and Ben Gazzara.

Working with his wife again Sam Elliott and Katharine Ross were in the TV movie CONAGHER in 1991. Sam Elliott wrote the screenplay for this movie.

Sam Elliott's other notable credits include...

THE BIG BANG (2011)
DID YOU HEAR ABOUT THE MORGAN? (2009)
UP IN THE AIR (2009)
THE GOLDEN COMPASS (2007)
GHOST RIDER (2007)
BARNYARD (2006)
THE ALIBI (2006)
TOMBSTONE (1993)
ROAD HOUSE (1989)
THE LEGACY (1978)
MOLLY AND LAWLESS JOHN (1972)
FROGS (1972)
MAUGLI (1967)

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Sam Elliott in THE BIG LEBOWSKI

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Sam Elliott in GHOST RIDER (2007)

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