James Earl Jones

James Earl Jones - the charming, kind,  actor  with Afro-American roots in 2017

Get to know the 86-year old actor James Earl Jones, before he got famous (e.g. The Great White Hope, The voice roles as Darth Vader in the Star Wars film series and Mufasa in Disney's The Lion King.). IMDB reports Lamp Unto My Feet (TV Series) was James Earl Jones's first TV appearance in 1962. In 1952 he starred as Dr. Jim Frazier #2 in his first movie Springfield Story (TV Series) .

BirthdayJanuary 17, 1931
NationalityAmerican
Name in PassportJames Earl Jones
Debut Springfield Story (TV Series) (1952)
EthnicityAfro-American (Read: 16 Surprising Celebrity Ethnicities)
Ethnic category/Race(?)Black
Sexuality - Gay or NayStraight
His home town is Arkabutla, Mississippi, U.S.. His parents Ruth (Connolly) Jones & Robert Earl Jones are of Afro-American ethnicity. James Earl Jones was born on January 17, 1931 on a Saturday.

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High school: Kaleva-Norman-Dickson High School
University/College: BA Drama, University of Michigan

Childhood Photos - When he was young

James Earl Jones childhood photo one at Pinterest.com
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Year Book Photos

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Photo of First movie or tv show debut

Springfield Story (TV Series)


Character: Dr. Jim Frazier #2| Date: 1952

Footage of early or first TV Interview or Appearance

James Earl Jones on Conan the Barbarian (1982)

Most popular video on Youtube

Star Wars - "I find your lack of faith disturbing"
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