James Garner

Garner as ''[[Maverick (TV series)|Maverick]]'' (1959) James Scott Garner ( Bumgarner; April 7, 1928 – July 19, 2014) was an American actor. He played leading roles in more than 50 theatrical films, which included ''The Great Escape'' (1963) with Steve McQueen; Paddy Chayefsky's ''The Americanization of Emily'' (1964) with Julie Andrews; ''Cash McCall'' (1960) with Natalie Wood; ''The Wheeler Dealers'' (1963) with Lee Remick; ''Darby's Rangers'' (1958) with Stuart Whitman; Roald Dahl's ''36 Hours'' (1965) with Eva Marie Saint; as a Formula 1 racing star in ''Grand Prix'' (1966); Raymond Chandler's ''Marlowe'' (1969) with Bruce Lee; ''Support Your Local Sheriff!'' (1969) with Walter Brennan; Blake Edwards's ''Victor/Victoria'' (1982) with Julie Andrews; and ''Murphy's Romance'' (1985) with Sally Field, for which he received an Academy Award nomination. He also starred in several television series, including popular roles such as Bret Maverick in the ABC 1950s Western series ''Maverick'' and as Jim Rockford in the NBC 1970s private detective show, ''The Rockford Files.''

Garner's career and popularity continued into the 21st century with films such as ''Space Cowboys'' (2000) with Clint Eastwood; the animated film ''Atlantis: The Lost Empire'' (2001) (voice work) with Michael J. Fox and Cree Summer; ''The Notebook'' (2004) with Gena Rowlands and Ryan Gosling; and in his TV sitcom role as Jim Egan in ''8 Simple Rules'' (2003–2005). Provided by Wikipedia
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by Garner, James Finn.
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by Garner, James Finn.
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by Garner, James Finn.
Published 1995
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by Garner, James Finn.
Published 1997
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