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Jack Colvin Bio, Age, Spouse, Family, Movies, Death, Net worth

Jack Colvin was an American character actor of theatre, film, and TV who was best known for the role of the tabloid reporter Jack McGee in The Incredible Hulk television franchise, and as Dr. Ardmore in Child’s Play.

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Jack Colvin Biography

Jack Colvin was an American character actor of theatre, film, and TV who was best known for the role of the tabloid reporter Jack McGee in The Incredible Hulk television franchise, and as Dr. Ardmore in Child’s Play.

Jack Colvin Age|Nationality

He was born on 13 October 1934 and died on 1 December 2005 when he was 71 years old. Being born in Lyndon, Kansas, twenty-seven miles south of Topeka, he is of American nationality and of White ethnicity. His birth/zodiac sign is Libra.

Jack Colvin Spouse|Dating

He seems very secretive about his relationship status, details about it are not yet known. Detailed information about his dating affairs or him having a girlfriend, wife or kids are not yet available or known and will be updated as soon as it is confirmed by him or by other sources.

Jack Colvin Family

Colvin seems very personal about his family life and tries to keep them away from the spotlight. Information regarding his parents or siblings are not yet available and will be updated as soon as possible.

Jack Colvin Education

As of education background, not much is known. We only know that jack attended Mark Keppel High School. He became a private student of Michael Chekhov when he was 17 years old. Details about it will be updated when we get to hear about them.

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Jack Colvin Career

Even though he appeared in hundreds of films and television shows, Colvin always returned to the theatre. Jack’s stage roles include Marchbanks in Shaw’s Candida, Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, Morgan Evans in The Corn Is Green, Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest, Constantin in The Seagull, and Edmund in Long Day’s Journey into Night.

Colvin’s film credits include Scorpio in 1973, The Stone Killer in 1973, The Terminal Man in 1974, Rooster Cogburn in 1975 and Child’s Play in 1988 among others. His partnership with Yvonne Wilder in one of the most successful comedy acts of the 1960s, Colvin and Wilder, led him to appear all over the U.S. on stage and on television, including The Dean Martin Show, The Ed Sullivan Show and The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, culminating in their farewell appearance at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

Other television roles were on such programs as Switch, Kojak, The Rockford Files, The Six Million Dollar Man, and The Bionic Woman. While under contract to Universal Pictures for seven years, Jack appeared in over one hundred hours of television programming. He won Los Angeles’ Drama-Logue Awards in five separate categories, as actor, director, playwright, producer and production designer.

Jack Colvin was an artistic director for The Michael Chekhov Studio in Los Angeles, California, and was working on a play at the time of his death. He taught acting classes at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, at the Central School of Cinematography in Rome, and at the California State Northridge University.

Jack Colvin Death

Colvin died on 22 October 2005 due to complications following a stroke he suffered, in a North Hollywood nursing home.

Jack Colvin Movies|TV Shows

1.  The Incredible Hulk (1978 TV series)
2. The Incredible Hulk Returns
3. Child’s Play 1988
4. Jeremiah Johnson

5. Rooster Cogburn
6. The Stone Killer
7. Monte Walsh 1970

8. The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean
9. The Crazy World of Julius Vrooder
10. Embryo 1976

11. Exo-Man
12. The Spell 1977
13. Amelia Earhart 1976
14. Washingtoon

15. Benny and Barney: Las Vegas Undercover Film
16. Footsteps Film
17. Hurricane 1974
18. The Return of the Incredible Hulk Film

Jack Colvin Net worth

As of 2019, his estimated net worth is approximately $ 1.7 Million. Detailed information about his property, cars he owns, airplanes, luxuries, houses, the monthly/yearly salary are also not yet known and will be updated as soon as we get to hear from him or from other sources.

Jack Colvin Trivia

Colvin began his stage career as a child performer, he was already performing on the stage as a child. He became a private student of Michael Chekhov, a Russian-American actor and theatre practitioner when he was only 17 years old.

Jack has appeared on The Dean Martin Show, The Ed Sullivan Show, The Tonight Show, and numerous others. He portrayed the character of Jack McGee in the television adaptation of The Incredible Hulk from 1977 until 1988. Also, he was well known as Dr. Ardmore in the feature film Child’s Play.

Jack taught at the central Experimental Film School of Rome, the University of Southern California, Cal State Northridge, the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, the 1994 Michael Chekhov International Workshop in Sussex, the Centre for Performance Research at the University of Birmingham in 1999, and The Michael Chekhov Association’s NYU June Intensive in 2004.

Colvin’s pupils included several stars whose subsequent performances have won Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, and Tony Awards. Jack served as the Artistic Director of the Michael Chekhov Studio USA West, a position he founded, until his death from complications of a stroke.