Tommy Lee Jones Birthday (September 15th)

Tommy Lee Jones Birthday (September 15th)
  • Tommy Lee Jones is American director and actor
  • Tommy Lee Jones Born: 15th September, 1946
  • His Birthplace: San Saba, Texas
  • His Notable Film: The Coal Miner's Daughter
  • He Won an Academy Award
  • He wedded 3 times
  • He has 2 kids

Tommy Lee Jones an Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award, Academy Award, and Screen Actors Guild winning American director and actor. He was born on 15th September, 1946 in San Saba, Texas. He is popular for his looks as Samuel Gerard in Two-Face in Batman Forever, The Fugitive, as Manager K in Men In Black movies and as Sheriff Ed Tom Bell in No Country for Old Men.

Tommy Lee Jones Early Life

Tommy Lee Jones father Clyde C. Jones is an oil field employee and his mother Lucille Marie is a splendor shop owner, school teacher and a police officer. He was a dweller of Midland, Texas and joined high school in Midland, Texas, the similar school First Lady Laura Bush.He joined Havard on the scholarship and he played on their football team in 1968. He got the degree of graduation in English in 1969.

Tommy Lee Jones Personal Life

Tommy Lee Jones wedded with Kate Lardner in 1971. Kate Lardner is the daughter of American reporter Ring Lardner Jr. after seven years in 1978 they separated with each other. Later he married with Kimberlea Cloughey. They had two kids Austin Leonard and Victoria Kafka. Later the couple divorced. On 19th March, 2001, he wedded his third wife Dawn Laurel. He has a personal big farm in Terrell Hills, Texas where Jones lives.

Tommy Lee Jones Acting Career

Then Tommy Lee Jones turned to New York City to be an actor. Jones began his acting in television and on Broadway. He produced his presentation in films in Love Story, in 1970. From 1971 to 1975 he showed Dr. Mark Toland on the ABC soap opera, One Life to Live, and then he performed the part of a fugitive criminal who was required through the police in Jackson County Jail (1976). And in 1977 he starred in Rolling Thunder.

In 1981, Tommy Lee Jones played a tramp contradictory Sally Field in Back Roads, a humor that achieved middling appraised and $ 11 million at box office. After two years, he got an Emmy Award for the Best Actor for his presentation as the killer Gary Gilmore in the TV edition of Norman Mailer's The Executioner's Song. He starred in plagiarize exploration Nate and Hayes, playing the profoundly bearded Captain Bully Hayes.

In 1990s, films for instance The Fugitive co-starring Batman Forever, Harrison Ford co-starring Men in Black and Val Kilmer with Will Smith fetched him tens of million of dollars. And this made him the best actor of Hollywood. His presentation in The Fugitive achieved him wide praise. He won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. As soon as he achieved his Oscar award, his head was bald for his performance in the movie Cobb, the circumstances he made slight in his words by saying “All a man can say at a time like this is 'I am not really bald.'"

In the year of 2005, he released his primary feature-movie The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, which was offered at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival. In this movie he commonly speaks Spanish and in it he won the Best Actor Award. He has become a representative for admired Japanese fermenting corporation Suntory since 2006. He can be perceived in Several Japanese TV viable of Suntory’s coffee trademark BOSS as the disposition “Alien Jones”, a celestial who gets the position of individual to verify on the human race of humans. And there are available 14 such viable that might be perceived on Youtube.

He has also been famous in movies such as Black Moon Rising, JFK, Lonesome Dove, Under Siege and Coal Miner's Daughter.

Tommy Lee Jones Personal Quote

“Acting is fun for me and it doesn't really matter how, whether it's hard work or easy work, it's always fun.”
Tommy Lee Jones

Tommy Lee Jones - Academy Award

  • Best Supporting Actor, JFK (1991) nomination, vanished to Jack Palance for City Slickers
  • Best Supporting Actor, The Fugitive (1993) won
  • Best Actor, In the Valley of Elah (2007) nomination, vanished to Daniel Day-Lewis for There Will Be Blood