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Duncan Hunter (I)

Duncan Hunter was born on May 31, 1948 in Riverside, California, USA as Duncan Lee Hunter. He is known for his work on West Wing Week (2010), 60 Minutes (1968) and Meet the Press (1947). He has been married to Lynne Layh since 1973. They have two children. See full bio »

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Known For

(2011)
60 Minutes Self - Representative, California (segment "A Yen for Washington") / Self - Representative, California (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell") / Self - Representative, California (segment "Weapons of Mass Destruction")
(1990-2010)
(2005)

Filmography

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 2011 West Wing Week (TV Series)
Self
- Law School in 15 Seconds (2011) ... Self
 2007-2008 Hardball with Chris Matthews (TV Series)
Self
- Episode dated 18 December 2008 (2008) ... Self (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
- Episode dated 2 July 2007 (2007) ... Self (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
 2008 Hype: The Obama Effect (Video documentary)
Self (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
 2008 Morning Joe (TV Series)
Self
- Episode dated 7 January 2008 (2008) ... Self (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
 1990-2007 60 Minutes (TV Series documentary)
Self - Representative, California (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell") / Self - Representative, California (segment "Weapons of Mass Destruction") / Self - Representative, California (segment "A Yen for Washington")
- Don't Ask, Don't Tell/Garden of Eden/A-Rod (2007) ... Self - Representative, California (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell") (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
- Firing Back/Lies/Weapons of Mass Destruction (2003) ... Self - Representative, California (segment "Weapons of Mass Destruction")
- Victims of Just Cause/The National Enquirer/A Yen for Washington/Mr. Germany (1990) ... Self - Representative, California (segment "A Yen for Washington")
 2007 CNN/YouTube Republican Debate (TV Special)
Self (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
 2007 The Daily Show (TV Series)
Self
- Lee Gutkind (2007) ... Self (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
 2006 Face the Nation (TV Series)
Self
- Episode dated 29 October 2006 (2006) ... Self (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
 2006 This Week (TV Series)
Self
- Episode dated 5 March 2006 (2006) ... Self (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
 2005 The Factor (TV Series)
Self
- Episode dated 8 November 2005 (2005) ... Self (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
 2005 Meet the Press (TV Series)
Self
- Episode dated 3 July 2005 (2005) ... Self (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
 2005 NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (TV Series)
Self
- Episode dated 18 May 2005 (2005) ... Self (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
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 2020 PBS NewsHour (TV Series)
Self
- 12-23-2020 (2020) ... Self
 2008-2010 60 Minutes (TV Series documentary)
Self - Representative, California (segment "The All-American Canal") / Self - Representative, California (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell")
- The All-American Canal/Chef Jose Andres/Conan (2010) ... Self - Representative, California (segment "The All-American Canal")
- Don't Ask, Don't Tell/Lifeline/David Beckham (2008) ... Self - Representative, California (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell")
 2006 Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers (Documentary)
Self - Representative, California (as Rep. Duncan Hunter)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Rep. Duncan Hunter

Height:

6' 2" (1.88 m)

Spouse:

Lynne Layh  (2 children)
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

It takes more than walking across the border to be an American.

Trivia:

Represented California's 52nd Congressional District, consisting of eastern and northern San Diego County (1981-2009); after an unsuccessful run for the 2008 Republican nomination for President, he was succeeded by his son Duncan Hunter. Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee (2003-2007). See more »

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