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Jackson Bostwick

Jackson Bostwick was born on October 23, 1943 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, USA as Jackson Leonard Bostwick Jr. He is an actor and producer, known for TRON (1982), Escape from DS-3 (1981) and Suitable for Murder (2008). He has been married to Elizabeth Lamont since March 2002. They have one child. He was previously married to Kelly Nyman and Sheryl ... See full bio »
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 2008 Suitable for Murder
Joe Mondragon
 2004 Dodge City: A Spaghetto Western
'Slim' Grant
 1995 A Matter of Honor
John Bull
 1994 Mutant Species
Tex (A-Team)
 1990 Future Zone
Tony Ginetti
 1987 The Outing
Jinn (voice)
 1985 What Waits Below
Hunter Prime
 1985 My Science Project
 1984 The Prey
Mark O'Brien
 1982 TRON
Head Guard
 1981 Escape from DS-3
Andrew Lavette
 1978 The Cat from Outer Space
Additional Voices (uncredited)
 1976 How to Break Up a Happy Divorce (TV Movie)
Man at Tennis Court
 1974 The Island at the Top of the World
Pilot (uncredited)
 1973 An Eye for an Eye
Sgt. Graham
 1972 Pink Angels
 1971 Funny Face (TV Series)
Football Hero
- Pilot (1971) ... Football Hero
 1971 The Late Liz
Randall Trowbridge
 1971 Evel Knievel
Linda's Lover (uncredited)
 1971 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
Park Bench Lover - Silent Spot
- Junior and Sunday Morning (1971) ... Park Bench Lover - Silent Spot
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The Crimson Detective (1996)...Shank (assassin)

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Was fired from Shazam! (1974) after two episodes into the second season and replaced by John Davey. He failed to show up for a shooting and the producers accused him of holding out for more salary. The truth was, he had sustained an injury at the previous day's shooting and was getting treatment. Bostwick successfully filed a lawsuit against Filmation Enterprises, who was forced to pay him for ... See more »

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