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Jay Jackson (II) (1918–2005)

Jay Jackson was born on November 4, 1918 in Stockdale, Ohio, USA. He was an actor, known for The Edge of Night (1956), Laurel and Hardy's Laughing 20's (1965) and Goodyear Playhouse (1951). He died on August 16, 2005 in Jupiter, Florida, USA. See full bio »

Died:

(age 86) in Jupiter, Florida, USA

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Known For

The Edge of Night Radio Announcer
(1980)
Goodyear Playhouse Announcer
(1953)
(1956)

Filmography

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 1980 The Edge of Night (TV Series)
Radio Announcer
- Episode #1.6364 (1980) ... Radio Announcer
- Episode #1.6222 (1980) ... Radio Announcer (credit only)
- Episode #1.6219 (1980) ... Radio Announcer (uncredited)
- Episode #1.6208 (1980) ... Radio Announcer (credit only)
- Episode #1.6198 (1980) ... Radio Announcer (credit only)
 1970 4 Clowns
Narration (voice)
 1956 Animals and Kids (Short)
 1956 The Honeymooners (TV Series)
Herb Norris
- The $99,000 Answer (1956) ... Herb Norris (uncredited)
 1955 Foreign Intrigue (TV Series)
Announcer / Ballantine pitchman
- The Diplomat (1955) ... Announcer / Ballantine pitchman (uncredited)
 1950-1954 Repertory Theatre (TV Series)
Announcer / Philco announcer (1)
- Run Like a Thief (1954) ... Announcer (uncredited)
- The Sixth Year (1953) ... Announcer
- Othello (1953) ... Announcer
- Ernie Barger is 50 (1953) ... Announcer
- A Young Lady of Property (1953) ... Announcer
 1953 Goodyear Playhouse (TV Series)
Announcer
- Ernie Barger Is 50 (1953) ... Announcer
 1951 Racket Squad (TV Series)
Commercial Announcer
- The Case of the Vain Woman (1951) ... Commercial Announcer (uncredited)
 1951 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
- The Promise (1951)
 1949 20 Questions (TV Series)
Host (ABC version)
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 1967 The Further Perils of Laurel and Hardy (Documentary)
Narrator (voice)
 1957 Tic Tac Dough (TV Series)
Himself - Host
- Episode dated 14 November 1957 (1957) ... Himself - Host
- Episode dated 6 November 1957 (1957) ... Himself - Host
- Episode dated 26 September 1957 (1957) ... Himself - Host
 1956 Crashing the Water Barrier (Documentary short)
Himself - Narrator (voice)
 1956 The Picture Parade (Documentary short)
Narrator
 1955 It Happened to You (Documentary short)
Narrator
 1954-1955 20 Questions (TV Series)
Himself - Host
- Whitey Ford (1955) ... Himself - Host
- Lee Meriwether (1954) ... Himself - Host
 1950-1955 Repertory Theatre (TV Series)
Himself - Announcer
- Walk into the Night (1955) ... Himself - Announcer
- Adapt or Die (1954) ... Himself - Announcer
- Flight Into Darkness (1952) ... Himself - Announcer
- We Were Children (1952) ... Himself - Announcer
- Rescue (1951) ... Himself - Announcer
 1950-1953 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
Himself - Announcer / Himself - Host
- A Man in the Kitchen (1953) ... Himself - Announcer
- The Corporal and the Lady (1953) ... Himself - Announcer
- Tango (1953) ... Himself - Announcer
- Force of Circumstance (1953) ... Himself - Announcer
- This Is Jimmy Merrill (1953) ... Himself - Announcer
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 1961 Days of Thrills and Laughter (Documentary)
Narrator
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

He made a guest appearance in 1956 on Jackie Gleason's "The Honeymooners" on which he played a game show host. The episode was named the sixth funniest TV episode of all time by TV Guide and a clip from it was later used on "The Sopranos."

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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