Sam Elliott is one of the most famous American actors. He is the recipient of several great awards like the academy award, golden globe award, Emmy Award, and many more. Sam is basically known for his full mustache, lanky physique, deep and resonant voice. He began with his career in the film industry with a minor appearance in the movie named the way west which was released in the year 1967 and then appeared in many movies like the butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid in 1969, then in season five of the series mission impossible and many more.
Here are some quick facts about Sam
Born- August 9, 1944, California, united states
Education- University of Oregon, Clark college
Spouse- Kathrine ross, married in the year 1984
The early life of Sam
Samuel was born on 9 August in the year 1944 in Sacramento, which is in California. Originally, his parents were from Texas. When he was 13 years of age, he moved to Portland from California. He spent most of his teenage life in Texas and went to David Douglas high school for graduation. He graduated from high school in the year 1962.
After high school at the University of Oregon as an English and psychology major, he went to college, but he dropped out before two semesters. He then went back to Portland and went to Clark college, and there he completed a two-year course. in the late 1960s, Elliott relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting, which his father had dissuaded him from doing and urged him to obtain a college degree.
“A proverbialline given by him, ‘You’ve got a snowball’s chance in hell of having a career in (Hollywood),” recalled by sam. “My dad, he was a realistic and he was hard working. He had a work ethic that I’ve fashioned mine after, and I thank him for that every thing he has done for me. While studying acting, sam worked in construction and served in the California Air National Guard’s 146th Airlift Wing (the Hollywood Guard) at Van Nuys Airport before the unit moved to Channel Islands Air National Guard Station.