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Jim Bouton

Jim Bouton was born on March 8, 1939 in Newark, New Jersey, USA as James Alan Bouton. He is an actor and writer, known for The Long Goodbye (1973), How Do You Know (2010) and Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America (2000). He has been married to Paula Kurman since 1978. He was previously married to Bobbie Bouton. See full bio »
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Filmography

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 1976 Ball Four (TV Series)
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- A Quiet Day at the Iroquois Hotel (1976) ... Jim Barton
- High-Flying Rookie (1976) ... Jim Barton
- The Unpractical Joke (1976) ... Jim Barton
- Work in Progress (1976) ... Jim Barton
 1975 Pick-up (voice, uncredited)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Inventor of several products, including Big League Chew bubble gum and Big League Ice Cream Bars. (book) Ball Four

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Height:

6' (1.83 m)
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Trivia:

Was given the nickname "Warm Up Bouton" because he never got the chance to play in a high school baseball game, as he spent all his time on the bench. See more »

Trademark:

Wore uniform number 56 throughout his career

Nickname:

Warm Up Bounton See more »

Star Sign:

Pisces

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