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J.D. Hawkins (1964–2009)

J.D. Hawkins was born on August 5, 1964 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as John David Hawkins. He was an actor and producer, known for Wounded Hearts (2002), Friday Night Lights (2004) and The Stairwell (2002). He died on January 23, 2009 in Houston, Texas, USA. See full bio »


(age 44) in Houston, Texas, USA

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Known For

Wounded Hearts
Wounded Hearts Jay Davis
Friday Night Lights
Friday Night Lights Carter Play-By-Play Announcer
The Stairwell
Street Tales of Terror


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 2009 Ralph, Esq. (Video short) (voice)
 2009 Cook County
 2008 The Man Who Came Back
 2007 The Enemy Inside (Short)
Sgt. Bernard
 2006 Peri'l (Short)
 2005 Wildfire (TV Series)
Leon Garvey
- Identity (2005) ... Leon Garvey
 2004 Friday Night Lights
Carter Play-By-Play Announcer
 2003 Angels and Imams (Short)
Caramo Gibba
 2003 Family Reunion (Short)
Troy Hogan
 2003 Off the Map
 2002 The Contest (Short)
 2002 The Stairwell (Short)
 2002 Wounded Hearts
Jay Davis
 2000 Hell Swarm (TV Movie)
Levi King
 1998 Spriggan
ARCAM Guard 2 (English version, voice)
 1996 The Evening Star
Airline Passenger (uncredited)
 1996 The Road to Galveston (TV Movie)
Paramedic #1 (uncredited)
 1989 Dream Date (TV Movie)
Party Guest (uncredited)
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Show Show Special effects (1 credit)
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