Veteran Actor & Producer, L.Q. Jones, Passed away at aged 94

Veteran Actor & Producer, L.Q. Jones, Passed away at aged 94

An American actor and director by the name of L.Q. Jones. In Sam Peckinpah’s flicks Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (1970), The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970), The Wild Bunch (1969), Major Dundee (1965), Ride the High Country (1962), and others, he made an appearance (1973).

L.Q. Jones, a 94-year-old veteran actor and producer of “A Boy and His Dog,” passed away.

L.Q. Jones, a seasoned character actor with more than 60 screen credits in films and numerous television appearances, passed away on Saturday at his Hollywood home from natural causes.

His grandson, Erté deGarces, who was cited in numerous press publications, verified his death at the age of 94.

L.Q. Jones Age, Family, Early Life

In Beaumont, Texas, the United States, L.Q. Jones was born on August 19, 1927(95 years old). He holds an American nationality. His Zodiac sign is Leo. He belongs to the white ethnicity.

l.q. jones family

L.Q. Jones is the son of railway worker Justus Ellis McQueen Sr. and Jessie Paralee (née Stephens). In 1931, following an automobile accident, his mother passed away in a hospital.

L.Q. Jones Wife, What about his Children?

Neta Lewis and L.Q. Jones is wed. There are no known more details regarding his wife or kids.

L.Q. Jones’s Career, What was his profession?

In the 1955 movie Battle Cry, Jones made his acting debut as Justus McQueen, who was his real name at the time. But the name of his character in that movie was “L. Q. Jones,” a moniker he loved and chose to use as his stage name for all of his future acting assignments.

He appeared in three episodes of Clint Walker’s ABC/Warner Brothers western series Cheyenne in 1955 as “Smitty Smith,” which was the first hour-long western on network television. Jones made multiple cinematic appearances during the 1960s and 1970s.

Jones made multiple cinematic appearances during the 1960s and 1970s. He joined Sam Peckinpah’s stock company of performers, appearing in his Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (1970) and The Wild Bunch (1969) films as well as the Klondike trilogy (1960–1961), Ride the High Country (1962), Major Dundee (1965), and The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1969). (1973).

Jones regularly appeared in roles opposite his close buddy Strother Martin, perhaps most notably as “T. C.” in The Wild Bunch, a member of a posse and a bounty hunter. Additionally, Jones played recurrent roles in the western television programs Cheyenne (1955), Gunsmoke (1955), Laramie, Two Faces West (1960–1961), and The Virginian as ranch hand Andy Belden (1962).

The Bride

In the Lawman episode “The Bride” from the same year (1962), Jones played Ollie Earnshaw, a wealthy rancher looking for a bride. He was cast in the NBC western Jefferson Drum, the CBS western Johnny Ringo, and the military drama Men of Annapolis.

In “The Case of the Lonely Heiress” (1958) and “The Case of the Badgered Brother,” he had two guest appearances on Perry Mason, playing con man and murder victim Charles B. Barnaby and Edward Lewis, respectively (1963). In 1968, he had an appearance in Hawaii Five-O, season 1, episode 15. Additionally, he played Sheriff Dwight Leclerc in two episodes of The Fall Guy and the “Cowboy George” episode of The A-Team.

In the 1971 episode “The Town Killer” of The Men From Shiloh (the final season’s rebranding of The Virginian), Jones played Belden. He also co-produced and wrote The Brotherhood of Satan (1971), Men in War (1957), The Naked and the Dead (1958), Flaming Star (1960), Cimarron (1960), Hell Is for Heroes (1962), Hang ‘Em High (1968), Stay Away, Joe (1968), Attack on Terror: The FBI vs. the Ku Klux Klan (1975), Lone Wolf McQuade (1983), Casino (1995), “Tornado!” (1996), The Edge (2006). A Boy and His Dog were directed, produced, and written by Jones.

How much is L.Q. Jones Net Worth?

L.Q. Jones has a net worth of $2 million. Jones is an American actor and filmmaker.     

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Which school and college did he go to?

In Jacksonville, Texas, Jones attended Lamar Junior College and Lon Morris College before enrolling in the University of Texas at Austin’s law program from 1950 to 1951.

Is he available on any kind of social media platform?

L.Q. Jones is active on Facebook.

Physical Appearance of L.Q. Jones’s Height, Weight

HeightNot Available
Hair colorWhite
Eye colorBlack
WeightNot Available
Body typeFit
Sexual orientationStraight

Interesting facts about L.Q. Jones’s should be know

NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
Zodiac signLeo
Relationship StatusMarried

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