Tommy Lee Jones

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Tommy Lee Jones

Tommy Lee Jones was born on September 15, 1946, in San Saba, Texas, in the family of oil field worker Clyde and Lucille Marie, a teacher, policeman and beauty salon owner.

Tommy studied at St. Mark’s School of Texas and Harvard College, where he became a Bachelor of Arts in English.

In 1969, the actor moved to New York and debuted on Broadway in “A Patriot for Me” in several supporting roles. In a year, he got his first film role in “Love Story”. The actor received worldwide recognition in 1993 after playing in “The Fugitive”. The other films, starring Jones are “Batman Forever” (1995), “Men in Black” (1997) and its sequels, “No Country for Old Men”, “Captain America: The First Avenger” (2011) and “The Family (Malavita)” (2013).

For his acting talents, Tommy Lee Jones got such awards as Primetime Emmy, Oscar, Golden Globe, MTV and Screen Actors Guild Awards. An interesting fact is that Tommy Lee never took acting lessons.

From 1971 to 1978, Tommy Lee was married to Kate Lardner. Being married to his second wife, Kimberlea Cloughley, he became a father of two children: Austin (1982) and Victoria (1991). At the moment, the actor is married to Dawn Laurel.

Jones is a fan of polo and is a serious player. He owns a house in Buenos Airels polo country club and supports Polo Training Foundation.

He also owns a cattle ranch in Texas and a farm in Florida.

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