Jack Grinnage

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Jack Grinnage
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Born January 20, 1931 (1931-01-20) (age 87)
Where Los Angeles, U.S.
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Years Active 1954-2013
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Birth Name Jack Eugene Stewart
Occupation Actor
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Jack Grinnage (born January 20, 1931) is an American actor with a film and television career spanning seven decades. Born in Los Angeles, Grinnage made his first television appearances in 1954. The following year, he played as Moose – one of three teenage rebels who chase James Dean – in Rebel Without a Cause (1955). Rebel Without a Cause was his first movie where he received a screen credit.[1]

Jack Grinnage continued to play supporting roles or bit parts in films like King Creole (1958) with Elvis Presley, Spartacus| (1960) and The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell (1968). He also played an errant but sympathetic boy in the Twilight Zone| episode The Mind and the Matter. In 1961, he appeared in the Broadway musical The Billy Barnes People.[2] Between 1974 and 1975, he had a supporting role as News Service reporter Ron Updyke[3] in the mystery series Kolchak: The Night Stalker. In 2009, Grinnage played the role of Marvell, the replacement janitor, in two episodes of Scrubs|. His most recent credit is the television series Ghost Ghirls (2013).

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Category:American male film actors Category:Living people Category:1931 births Category:American male television actors Category:20th-century American male actors Category:21st-century American male actors