Sam Elliott is an American Actor. Sam Elliott Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $20 Million. Explore more about Sam Elliott‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His yearly income 100,000and monthly income 10,000.
Sam Elliott Full name Sam Elliott. His nick Name was Sam Elliott. Sam Elliott now 78 Years old .
Sam Elliott Father Henry Nelson Elliott and his Mother Glynn Mamie.
Sam Elliott Spouse was Katharine Ross . He has two kids.
He was born in 9 August 1944 in Sacramento, California, United states of america.
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Elliott began acting in Westerns in the late 1960s as a character actor. His first credited role in television came in 1969 in an episode of “Judd for the Defense.” He also appeared in several episodes of the show “Lancer” and landed a role in the film “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.” He played the starring role in the 1970 television series “Mission: Impossible” and also played the lead in the 1975 television film, “I Will Fight No More Forever.” In 1976, he joined the cast of the miniseries, “Once an Eagle” and also starred in the film, “Lifeguard,” which many consider to be his breakthrough role.
In 1977, Elliott played the character Tom Keating in the miniseries “Aspen” followed by another role in a miniseries, “The Sacketts” in 1979 opposite of Tom Selleck. The two worked together again in 1982’s, “The Shadow Riders.” In 1985, he starred opposed Cheryl Ladd in “A Death in California” and then joined the case of “Mask” in 1985, alongside Cher. In 1986, he starred in the television movie, “Gone to Texas,” which was based on the biography of Sam Houston. He also made a number of appearances on television shows during this time, including “Felony Squad,” “Gunsmoke,” “Lancer,” and “Hawaii Five-O.”
In 1989, he played the role of Wade Garrett in “Road House.” He was able to act alongside his wife, Katharine Ross, in the 1991 adaptation of the Louis L’Amour novel, “Conagher. He took on another historical figure role in “Gettysburg,” in 1993, playing the character of General John Buford. He also had roles in “Tombstone,” We Were Soldiers Once…And Young,” “Hulk,” and narrated “The Big Lebowski.”