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Sam Elliott On Being the Hollywood Embodiment of the Old West

From his first screen credit in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid to his roles in Tombstone, The Big Lebowski, and most recently, the current and final seas.

5 Questions with… Josh Elliott

Josh Elliott , the former “Good Morning America” news anchor who bolted for NBC Sports 11 months ago , is hosting his first series for “Dateline. ” “Escape,” a 3-part series kicking off Sunday at 9pmET, shares first-person accounts of real life stories of survival. We caught up with Elliott to talk about the series, a potential return to morning television, and his favorite sport. TVNewser: So, are you excited to be returning to news. Elliott: I may no longer work for a News division, but I’ve always worked in news, so quite honestly, I don’t feel as though I ever left. Dating to my years at Sports Illustrated , the essence of my job–one that I love–has been and remains the telling of other people’s stories. I’ve been fortunate to do just that at Sports, where during Super Bowl week we shared the story of two Indiana HS football players–one black, one white–who defied Jim Crow to become friends, and then were reunited 60 years later. They’re the stories that make this job worth doing, and being a part of the “Escape” series is another chance to do it. I’m lucky to work at a place where such inter-divisional opportunity exists. TVNewser: Your upcoming “Dateline” series features stories about people who have survived extraordinary circumstances. Elliott: It’s hard to choose, if only because they’re all so different–even when comparing individual stories deriving from the same disaster. There wasn’t any one thing that everyone who survived the Costa Concordia sinking, or that hellish wildfire, or that godawful tsunami, did. invariably, survival hinged on so many small decisions, made in an eye-blink. My high-school yearbook quote was one attributed to legendary Yale football coach (among many): “Luck is the residue of design. ” And as much as we want that to always be true–to feel as though we put ourselves in positions to take advantage of opportunity–well…some folks lived to share their stories because they were brave and tenacious, yes…but also, blindly lucky. Personally, as a SoCal native who knows what “fire season” can mean, I was struck by the accounts of the Cedar Fire, a devastating (and purposefully set) blaze that would become the worst in California history. TVNewser: Was this “Dateline” series your idea, or did NBC News approach you. Elliott: Just before I headed to Arizona for what would become a. Source: TVNewser Feed

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  • Veteran actor Sam Elliott a perfect fit for FX's 'Justified'

    Sam Elliott and Garret Dillahunt in recent episode of "Justified." Elliott's Avery Markham is scary, but not in an in-your-face way. He says threatening things but always with a smile on his face (I'd be remiss if I didn't mention that his face is

  • Sam Elliott on How He Became the Modern-Day Hollywood Embodiment of the ...

    02/03/15 ,via Slate Magazine (blog)

    From his first screen credit in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid to his roles in Tombstone, The Big Lebowski, and most recently, the current and final season of Justified, Sam Elliott has come to embody Hollywood's modern-day idea of the Old West. In


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  • Sam's Famous Carrot Cake

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  • I Still Do

    Xulon Press. 2010. ISBN: 9781609571566,1609571568. 180 pages.

    I Still Do is filled with scriptural principles, real life examples, practical suggestions, and thought provoking questions that will help you become a better marriage partner. This book is a systematic guide to help couples find answers to make their marriage better and become stronger followers of Christ in the process. It is a great resource for pastors and Christian counselors. I have been married to my beautiful wife, Angie, since 1980. We have two wonderful sons. One was born in 1982 and the other was born in 2002. The information we share has come from our search to find answers in God's Word, the Bible, as we have worked our way through the ups and downs of life. These are tried and true principles that can rescue or strengthen any marriage. We have enjoyed many of the joys of life including: the newness of being married, the excitement of having children, the joy of moving into new homes, the adventure of church planting, and receiving God's miraculous provision and healing on more than a few occasions. We have also experienced a lot of difficult circumstances including: financial difficulty, grueling work schedules, career changes, medical scares, miscarriages, heartache about not being able to have more children, extended family complications, re- starting a church while working a full time job, enduring the near death of our youngest son at birth, and dealing with 39 days of his being in the NICU. You see, we have not lived a life free from ups and downs. We have lived a real life together filled with many of the stressors that encourage couples to divorce, but with God's help we are still together and we still each other more than ever. We look forward to sharing the principles we have learned with you!

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  • Five things to watch in Kansas state wrestling

    02/26/15 ,via The Kansas City Star

    5. Huskies in the hunt for Class 6A Although Olathe North took its regional title last week, Blue Valley Northwest provided some heat with four individual champions: Sam Elliott, Jason Laramore, Max Tierney and Blake Johnson. The Huskies finished third ...

  • An ode to Ava Crowder, the real star of TV's Justified

    02/26/15 ,via The Week Magazine

    This season, Katherine Hale (Mary Steenburgen) is the frontrunner in a slew of competing villains as she works her own angle on Avery Markham (Sam Elliott), the man who thinks he's in control. And over the course of the entire series, the doggedly ...

  • No. 2's 'No Memory' making vinyl debut for Record Store Day, with Elliott Smith demos

    02/26/15 ,via OregonLive

    Elliott Smith wasn't the only talent in Heatmiser, the Portland rock act that released three albums and dissolved in the '90s as Smith's solo star rose. Each of the late musician's bandmates pushed forward: Sam Coomes with Quasi, Tony Lash as a producer ...


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Sam Elliott, Actor: Hulk. Tall, thin, wiry Sam Elliott is the classic picture of the American cowboy. Elliott began his acting career on the stage and his film debut ...

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Sam Elliott - Biography - IMDb

Tall, thin, wiry Sam Elliott is the classic picture of the American cowboy. Elliott began his acting career on the stage and his film debut was in ...

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Early life . Sam Elliott was born in Sacramento, California to a physical training instructor mother and a father who worked for the Department of the ...

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