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Jock Livingston (1932–1980)

Jock Livingston was born on August 7, 1932 in New York, USA as John Henry Livingston. He was an actor and writer, known for Star! (1968), Zero in the Universe (1966) and J-Men Forever (1979). He was married to Micaela Livingston. He died on May 29, 1980 in Los Angeles County, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Star! Alexander Woollcott
J-Men Forever
Revenge for a Rape


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 1979 J-Men Forever (voice)
 1977 Tracks
 1976 Revenge for a Rape (TV Movie)
 1975 Black Bart (TV Movie)
 1973 The Devil's Daughter (TV Movie)
Middle-aged Man
 1972 Mannix (TV Series)
Harvey Nelson
- Moving Target (1972) ... Harvey Nelson
 1971 Night Gallery (TV Series)
Larry Rand (segment "Pickman's Model")
- Pickman's Model/The Dear Departed/An Act of Chivalry (1971) ... Larry Rand (segment "Pickman's Model")
 1968 Judd for the Defense (TV Series)
Mr. Withergall
- My Client, the Fool (1968) ... Mr. Withergall
 1966 Zero in the Universe
 1962-1963 Car 54, Where Are You? (TV Series)
Moe the Henchman / Big Ed Hawkins
- I've Been Here Before (1963) ... Moe the Henchman (uncredited)
- Toody Undercover (1962) ... Big Ed Hawkins (uncredited)
 1963 Camera Three (TV Series)
- The Image of Pope (1963) ... Critic
 1960 Play of the Week (TV Series)
- Henry IV (1960) ... Bardolph
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Personal Details

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Won an Obie for his role as the General in the off-Broadway play by Jean Genet, The Balcony.

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With wife Micaela, he operated The Studio Grill and Ports restaurants in Santa Monica during the 1970's, both frequented by many celebrities. The latter got its name because it was formerly known as the Sports Inn. Jock Livingston removed the first and last three letters from the sign.

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