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Jim Boelsen

Jim Boelsen is an actor, known for Honkytonk Man (1982), Strange Behavior (1981) and The Hazing (1977). See full bio »

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Known For

Honkytonk Man
Honkytonk Man Junior
Strange Behavior
The Hazing
The Hazing Phil
The Malibu Bikini Shop
The Malibu Bikini Shop Delivery Man #2


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 2015 RideShare Confessions (TV Series)
Mr. Shackles
- Bachelorette Party and Heartbreak (2015) ... Mr. Shackles
 2012 ChickleBerry Jam (TV Series)
- Santa's Gay (2012) ... Santa
 1987 Matlock (TV Series)
 1986 The Malibu Bikini Shop
Delivery Man #2
 1984 V (TV Series)
Visitor Piano Player
- Reflections in Terror (1984) ... Visitor Piano Player
 1982 Honkytonk Man
 1981 Strange Behavior
 1977 The Hazing
 1976 ABC Saturday Comedy Special (TV Series)
- Archie (1976) ... Moose
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 2008 Dissecting the Campus Corpse: A Look Back at 'The Hazing' (Video documentary short)
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 2014 Pop Culture Beast's Halloween Horror Picks (TV Series documentary)
- Strange Behavior (2014) ... Waldo

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Boelsen was an office furniture salesman with a BA in theater when the producer of "The Hazing", Dick Davis, came in to make a purchase. They struck a deal where Davis could get the furniture delivered the next day if Boelsen were allowed to read for a part. That part was Barney, which would ultimately go to Charles Martin Smith. Boelsen subsequently landed the part of Phil.

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