Sam Elliott is an American movie actor best known for his thick mustache, deep and resonant voice as well as for his frequent appearances in western films as cowboys and ranchers.
He is also known for his act and role in the movie like The Stranger in The Big Lebowski (1998), Sergeant Major Basil L. Plumley in We Were Soldiers (2002), Gar in Mask (1985), General John Buford in Gettysburg (1993), Virgil Earp in Tombstone (1993), and Marvel Comics characters Thunderbolt Ross in Hulk (2003) and The Caretaker in Ghost Rider (2007).
Sam Elliott: Birth facts, Family, and Childhood
Sam Elliott was born on August 9, 1944, in Sacramento, California, the USA as Samuel Pack Elliott to a mother who was a physical training instructor and a father who worked for the Department of the Interior.
He migrated along with his family to Portland, Oregon during his teenage years.
Sam Elliott: Education History
Sam Elliott graduated from David Douglas High School and attended Clark College in Vancouver, Washington where he completed a two-year program.
Sam Elliott: Early Life, Profession, and Career
On talking about his career, he started it out as a stage performer before entering to movies in his profession. He earned his first television credit in 1969 in the episode, “The Crystal Maze” as Dan Kenyon in Judd for the Defense. The two actors Sam Elliott and Tom Selleck played the roles of brothers in the popular adaptation of Louis L’amour The Sacketts in 1979.
He acted as a card player in his first movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969). Elliott played in the television season as Doug Robert for 13 episodes in the hit series Mission: Impossible from 1970 to 1971.
He took the lead in Once an Eagle, an NBC miniseries as Sam Damon in 1976-77. Elliott’s came back with his supporting role in Mask (1985). He starred in TV movie Gone to Texas in 1986 which is based on a biography of Sam Houston. Elliott joined the comic book adaptation Ghost Rider in 2007 and played the character, Carter Slade.
He played on the Eagleton equivalent of Ron Swanson Parks and Recreation as Ron Dunn and Libertarian personality for three times.
Elliot confirmed to appear in the new Netflix series The Ranch in 2015. Elliott also confirmed to appear in the upcoming movie The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot in 2017.
Elliott tried voice-overs to bring back his deep, Coors beer, rich voice and “western” appeal to the brand brewed in Colorado since late 2007.
Sam Elliott: Lifetime Achievements and Awards
Sam was nominated for Primetime Emmy for “Outstanding Supporting Actor and “Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor” respectively for his outstanding and special role as Wild Bill Hickok in the TV film “Buffalo Girls” in 1995.
The film named as “Up in the Air” (2009) where he played a lead role was nominated for the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Acting Ensemble.
Sam Elliott: Salary and the Net worth
Elliott has an estimated net worth of $ 16 million as of January 2018.
Sam Elliott: Rumors and Controversy
There are no records available at the current time regarding his rumors and controversy.
Sam Elliott: Body Measurements
Sam is 6ft 2inch tall. He has got a slim body with brown color eyes and grey color hairs. There is no information about his body weight and shoe size.
Sam Elliott: Social Media
Sam Elliott seems to use the social media like Twitter. He has more than around 3 K followers on Twitter.