He did radio work with the NU Radio Workshop and Radio Guild, and worked summers with the NBC Radio Institute in Chicago.[2]. He died at about 9:30 the following morning at the age of 42. It proved popular. He headed to Italy to make Gold for the Caesars (1963) with director Andre DeToth. [5], Fox gave Hunter his first starring role in Lure of the Wilderness (1952), a remake of Swamp Water, directed by Negulesco and opposite Jean Peters. Jeffrey Hunter (born Henry Herman "Hank" McKinnies Jr.; November 25, 1926 – May 27, 1969) was an American film and television actor and producer known for his roles in films such as The Searchers and King of Kings. From 1957 to 1967, Hunter was married to model Dusty Bartlett. At the time of His death, He was robust, and not a delicate man. He made his professional radio debut in his senior year in high school on a program called "Those Who Serve", playing a GI. "[17], The pilot was released in theaters as the film The Man from Galveston. Jack Elam was his co-star, as gunslinger-turned-marshal George Taggart. [citation needed], From 1942 to 1945 he spent his summers appearing in small roles for a touring summer stock company from New York, the Northport Players. Houston was also described as follows: He would ride, shoot, fight, drink, and love with the best of them and maybe better than most. [citation needed], https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Chris_Hunter_(actor)&oldid=970230548, American television actor, 1980s birth stubs, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 30 July 2020, at 02:07. They met when Jeff did a screen test at Paramount Studios (before he signed with 20th Century Fox); Barbara had a Paramount film contract at the time. Join Facebook to connect with Christopher Hunter and others you may know. He supported Robert Ryan in a Western, The Proud Ones (1956). Also stars, Credited as producer; re-released in 1964 as, This page was last edited on 5 January 2021, at 03:53. Back in Hollywood he supported Bob Hope in The Private Navy of Sgt. [23][30] He fell, knocked over a planter, and struck his head on the banister, fracturing his skull. Christopher Walken, Actor: Hairspray. Christopher Hunter is an actor, known for Formula 51 (2001), Maurice (1987) and Silent Witness (1996). "It was a terrible disappointment to me," said Hunter later. By that time it was too late. The young actor agreed and the studio changed his name to "Jeffrey Hunter" on 1 June 1950. Hunter then played an Indian chief in the Western, White Feather (1955), essentially supporting Wagner. You can't be with Jeff more than two minutes without realizing that he takes his marriage seriously, and adores his wife and child. They produced a documentary, The Living Swamp. After making the film Fox did not renew its contract with Hunter. Hunter was in an urban thriller, Key Witness (1960), directed by Phil Karlson. [29], While in Spain in November 1968 to film Cry Chicago (¡Viva América! [30], On the afternoon of May 26, 1969, Hunter suffered an intracranial hemorrhage while walking down a three-stair set of steps at his home in Van Nuys, California. https://www.listchallenges.com/christopher-walken-movies-full-list [7] Back at Fox he supported Anthony Quinn in Seven Cities of Gold (1955). Hunter provided a climactic heroic moment playing a sergeant who is killed while leading a successful attempt to breach the defense wall atop Omaha Beach in Normandy. Christopher Hunter. Join Facebook to connect with Merrill Hunter and others you may know. View the profiles of people named Christopher Hunter. He likes to ski especially, and can you think of anyone who would look better soaring down a mountain? [1] After 1930, he was reared in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he graduated from Whitefish Bay High School. He was very involved in school sports and began acting in local theater and radio in his early teens. Enterprise in the original “Star Trek” television pilot, “The Cage,” in 1964, but turned down the option to make an unprecedented second pilot and continue the role in the series. He was married to actress Barbara Rush … It was just that I was restless, and nothing seemed to be happening."[8]. Barbara Rush and Jeffrey Hunter were married from 1950 until 1955; Chris was their only child together. Hunter was cast as Captain Christopher Pike of the U.S.S. See full bio » He completed a naval radar course at the Radio Technical School and was assigned to Communications Division, Headquarters of the Ninth Naval District, Great Lakes, Illinois. Hunter then made a war film, In Love and War (1958), co-starring with several other Fox contractees such as Wagner. This has to be your own decision, of course, and I must respect it. in theatre from University of Southern Queensland. While attending Whitefish Bay High School, he served as co-captain of the school football team. [14] He told Louella Parsons, "Christ was a carpenter and 33 years old, and I am 33, and I suppose my physical measurements fitted the description in the New Testament. Fan response to these appearances was positive and Hunter moved into leading roles with Red Skies of Montana (1952), billed third in a film about smokejumpers with Richard Widmark. 12. 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View the profiles of people named Christopher Hunter. With Barbara Rush. Christien Alexis Anholt (born 25 February 1971) is an English stage, television and film actor best known for his role in the television series Relic Hunter. He is the son of actor Tony Anholt and resides in London. [26], Hunter's first marriage from 1950 to 1955 to actress Barbara Rush produced a son, Christopher (born 1952). "I just didn't know what to do. It was a low-budget production, but proved profitable. View the profiles of people named Merrill Hunter. O'Farrell (1968). Hunter was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, the son of Edith Lois (née Burgess) and Henry Herman McKinnies. (Gabaldon later named one of his sons Jeffrey Hunter Gabaldon. "I've broken my shackles at last," said Hunter at the time. With a friend, Bill Hayes, he set up a production company, Hunter Enterprises. When Hunter returned to Hollywood he deliberately selected parts that were different: a psychopathic killer in an episode of Checkmate; and as the lead in a heist thriller Man-Trap (1961), directed by actor Edmond O'Brien. [17], Although Temple Houston did not survive beyond twenty-six weeks, Hunter accepted the lead role of Captain Christopher Pike in "The Cage", the first pilot episode of Star Trek. He had a cameo as himself in the Pat Boone musical at Fox, Mardi Gras (1958). [23] Hunter sustained a serious concussion. Christopher received his B.A. People Projects Discussions Surnames "[17], In taking the Temple Houston role, Hunter was compelled by a scheduling conflict to bow out of John Ford's final western film, Cheyenne Autumn. After graduation, he served in the United States Navy for one year before continuing his … He began acting as a teenager, performing for the North Shore Children's Theater and a local group called the Port Players, as well as working in radio. Active Member Since Nov 1, 2006. Hunter's career was revitalised when he successfully lobbied John Ford to cast him as the second lead in The Searchers (1956), supporting John Wayne. On television, Hunter was known for his 1965 role as Capt. [9], The success of The Searchers and The Great Locomotive Chase reignited Fox's interest in Hunter and the studio re-signed him, while giving him the right to make one "outside" film a year.[10]. Chris, appearing rather balse where most children would howl, is the son of actor Jeffrey Hunter. It was not particularly successful either and Hunter did not manage to transition into being a top line star. After graduating from high school in 1945, Hunter joined the United States Navy. Fox sent Hunter to Britain to be an American star in a British war film once more: Count Five and Die (1957). Marilyn Monroe later gave an interview where she discussed Hunter's appeal: To me, Jeff is the acme of young American manhood. He returned to low budget films: Find a Place to Die (1968) was a spaghetti Western, although at least Hunter had the lead. Jeffrey Hunter was an American film and television actor and producer known for his roles in films such as The Searchers and Voice123, The World's 1st Voice Over Marketplace. Christopher Pike in the original pilot episode of Star Trek and the later use of that footage in "The Menagerie". While at Northwestern he was one of a number of students who were cast in David Bradley's version of Julius Caesar (1950). And he's a walking advertisement for marriage. Then, about halfway through the season, NBC decided to return to the tongue-in-cheek approach. [33], Hunter's funeral was held at St Mark's Episcopal Church in Van Nuys on May 31. Temple Houston proved illusory for Hunter's long-term career prospects. Chris, appearing rather balse where most children would howl, is the son of actor Jeffrey Hunter. He also co-starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie Buffalo Dreams. [23], Later that year, Hunter filmed the pilot for another NBC series, the espionage thriller Journey into Fear, which the network did not pick up. Chris B. He told the press, "I was asked to do it, but had I accepted, I would have been tied up much longer than I care to be. Nervous-looking lead and supporting actor of the American stage and films, with sandy colored hair, pale complexion and a somewhat … In February 1969, just three months before his death, he married actress Emily McLaughlin. [18] As Hunter explained the change in format, the series was "conceived in humor and delivered in dead seriousness. [6], Sailor of the King was a minor success, as was a Western Hunter made with Mitzi Gaynor, Three Young Texans (1954). "[13], It was a difficult part met by critical reaction that ranged from praise to ridicule. Hunter’s 1963 film The Man From Galveston was originally the pilot episode of this television series. [23] A second divorce and dispute with his manager left him wiped out financially. After landing, Hunter was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles but doctors could not find any serious injuries save for a displaced vertebra and a concussion. ISBN 978-0-451-45418-8. Christopher William Harper (born 19 August 1977) is an actor and director [failed verification] who played Nathan Curtis in ITV soap Coronation Street in a high profile teenage grooming and exploitation storyline. [2], Hunter was discharged from the Navy in May 1946 and went to Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois in the fall of that year, majoring in speech and radio and minoring in psychology and English. Although financed by Fox it was essentially a British film, with British talent — Hunter was cast as a Canadian to explain his accent (his casting led to some difficulties with British film unions). Christopher Hunter: Nowhere to Go. At Universal he starred as another real-life figure from World War II, No Man Is an Island (1962), the story of George Ray Tweed. He guest starred on shows like Insight, Daniel Boone and The FBI. He was meant to make a movie for Universal, If I Should Die (later Appointment with a Shadow), but collapsed on his return from Europe; he was replaced by George Nader. [3], At college Hunter appeared in two NU stage productions, including Ruth Gordon's Years Ago (as Captain Absolute). According to Hunter's wife Emily, he "went into shock" on the plane ride back to the United States after filming and "couldn't speak. Christopher Hunter is the author of the James Ellis mystery series which was self-published in 2015. he made with Margaret O'Brien. Nothing seemed to be coming up. [24][25], With the demise of the studio contract system in the early 1960s and the outsourcing of much feature production, Hunter, like many other leading men of the 1950s, found work in B movies produced in Italy, Hong Kong, and Mexico, with the occasional television guest part in Hollywood. (The movie was shelved for a year before being released.) Hunter's youthful matinee-idol looks resulted in the film being derided as I Was a Teenage Jesus, despite the actor's age at the time. He could hardly move." You may know him from movies like Annie Hall, The Deer Hunter, and Pulp Fiction, but he's also known for being one of the last … ), a story about the Chicago Mafia, Hunter was injured in an on-set explosion when a car window near him, which had been rigged to explode outward, accidentally exploded inward. He was set to co-star with Spencer Tracy and James Stewart in The Long Flight when he received an offer to appear in a TV show. them. Saved by Claudia Henry. [28] Fellow actor Sal Mineo acknowledged him to be bisexual in a 1972 interview with Boze Hadleigh. He graduated from NU on August 26, 1949, then moved to the University of California at Los Angeles to get his master's degree in radio. There are some things that can't be measured in dollars and cents and how can anyone put a price—even the price of a million-dollar career—on the role of the greatest Being this mortal world has ever known?"[16]. Hunter (born July 3, 1987) is an American actor who is most known for co-starring in The N original series South of Nowhere as Glen Carlin. Princess of the Nile (1954) was an "Eastern" with Debra Paget in the title role. It was a moderate hit at the box office. In his native Australia he performed professionally in a variety of onstage... Christopher Hunter, Actor, London, UK Christopher Walken is one of the most successful actors of all time thanks to his many roles dating all the way back to the 1950s. Join Facebook to connect with Christopher Hunter and others you may know. Ironically, according to Parker's Archive of American Television interview, Ford had originally wanted to cast Parker in Hunter's role in The Searchers but Disney refused to loan him out, something Parker did not hear about until years later; Parker referred to this lost opportunity as his single biggest career setback. They were making a lot of pictures on the lot, but I wasn't cast in any of them and I couldn't understand why, particularly since I started out with such a terrific lot of luck."[7]. [31] He was found unconscious by Frank Bellow, actor and friend of Hunter, who came for a visit,[32] and taken to Valley Presbyterian Hospital where he underwent brain surgery. (Original Caption) Actress Barbara Rush accompanies her son, Christopher Merrill Hunter to the Universal-International Studio barber shop for his first visit to the barber's chair, where Frank Krup applied the clippers. [17], Hunter described the Temple Houston that he sought to emulate as having "many sides to his character. Most famous perhaps for playing captain Christopher Pike on the original Star Trek TV series. He talks about them constantly, and with extreme pride ... You would be certain to guess, even without knowing, that Jeff is the real athletic type. The movie is best remembered today for starring a young Charlton Heston as Mark Antony. Genealogy for Christopher Hunter (1952 - d.) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. Christopher Walken - Movies, Music Video & Facts - Biography The biggest news of April has been Anson Mount being cast to play Captain Christopher Pike, a role originally played in the first Star Trek pilot by late actor Jeffrey Hunter. "[17], Ruta Lee, who guest starred as Lucy Tolliver in "Enough Rope", said of Hunter: "He was one of the prettiest people that ever was put on the screen. He also acted with the NU Theatre summer stock company at Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania in 1947, appearing in Too Many Husbands, The Late George Apley, Payment Deferred, The Merchant of Venice, and Fata Morgana. He was one of several leads in Fox's look at young people, No Down Payment (1957) - not a big hit, but the early work for director Martin Ritt received some critical acclaim. Why, he looks like he just stepped off a college campus. After Dreamboat (1952), where Hunter supported Clifton Webb and Ginger Rogers, Hunter was given his best role yet: the starring part in a war film, Sailor of the King (1953), based on C. S. Forester's book, Brown on Resolution. He was interred at Glen Haven Memorial Park, in Sylmar, California.[31][34]. The modesty that he displays in day-to-day life would disappear as soon as he enters a courtroom, becoming the flamboyant attorney famous throughout the American Southwest. (Original Caption) Actress Barbara Rush accompanies her son, Christopher Merrill Hunter to the Universal-International Studio barber shop for his first visit to the barber's chair, where Frank Krup applied the clippers. [11][12] He was off the screen for 14 months while ill with what was diagnosed as hepatitis.[13]. "[19][20][21][22] Footage from the original pilot was subsequently adapted into a two-part episode titled "The Menagerie". Hunter was bornin New Orleans but moved with his family to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at the age of three. I am told you have decided not to go ahead with Star Trek. 170 likes. He had a more conventional male juvenile lead in Belles on Their Toes (1953), a sequel to Cheaper by the Dozen, which reunited him with Crain. He was loaned to United Artists along with fellow Fox contractees Wagner and Joanne Woodward for A Kiss Before Dying (1956). "[17] Another Hunter friend, actor Van Williams, a native of Fort Worth, who also guest starred in the series, said, "Things didn't go right for him, and they should have, because if anybody deserved to be a big star, it was Jeffrey Hunter. Christopher Walken, prolific American actor known for intense, eccentric performances in a wide variety of roles that won him enduring popularity and critical respect. He earned an Academy Award for his work in The Deer Hunter. John Ford cast him in another film, although it was only a supporting role—The Last Hurrah (1958), starring Spencer Tracy. Christopher Hunter is an actor, known for Nowhere to Go (1958). Hire Voice Actor Christopher Hunter Today on Voice123. Hunter was then a "campus Casanova" in a Jeanne Crain drama, Take Care of My Little Girl (1952), directed by Jean Negulesco.[4]. He made some Italian films, Sexy Susan Sins Again (1968) and Cry Chicago (1969) and was set to make A Band of Brothers with Vince Edwards when he died. Hunter (born July 3, 1987) is an American actor who is most known … June 2020. Paramount tested him - doing two scenes from All My Sons with Ed Begley. I love doing motion pictures and expect to be as busy as I want to be in Hunter's first film role came in 1949. His family was of Scottish ancestry. ), Nicholas Ray cast Hunter in the role of Jesus Christ in the $8 million epic King of Kings (1961), produced by Samuel Bronston. A loan-out to co-star with John Wayne in the title roles of the now-classic western The Searchers (1956) began the first of three pictures he made with director John Ford, followed by The Last Hurrah (1958) and Sergeant Rutledge (1960). The Deer Hunter is a 1978 American epic war drama film co-written and directed by Michael Cimino about a trio of steelworkers whose lives were changed forever after fighting in the Vietnam War.The three soldiers are played by Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken, and John Savage, with John Cazale (in his final role), Meryl Streep, and George Dzundza playing supporting roles. His films included Brainstorm (1965), a thriller directed by William Conrad; Murieta (1965), a Western shot in Spain; Dimension 5 (1965), a spy film; the Hong Kong shot Strange Portrait (1966), which was never released; A Witch without a Broom (1967), a comedy fantasy set in Spain. For his old Fox boss Darryl F. Zanuck he joined an all-star cast in the World War II battle epic The Longest Day. They were impressed and offered him an option; Darryl F. Zanuck of Fox heard about this and offered him a long term contract. Prolific actor who played John Wayne’s sidekick in The Searchers and Captain Christopher Pike in the pilot episode of Star Trek. Learn more about Walken, including his other notable films. Fox gave him a leading role, The Way to the Gold (1957), another Western. Disney borrowed him to play William Allen Fuller in the Civil War action movie The Great Locomotive Chase (1956), opposite Fess Parker. It seemed my career was over. The title role in Prince Valiant, which had been mentioned for him, was given to Robert Wagner. Back at Fox, Hunter was reunited with Wagner as the James brothers in The True Story of Jesse James (1957), directed by Nicholas Ray (Hunter played Frank); it was mildly popular although considered a critical disappointment. Hunter thought that the series had found its voice, beginning with the twelfth episode, "Enough Rope", by having adopted the light-hearted approach of ABC's former Maverick western series, with James Garner. John Ford used him for a third (and final) time as the lead in the Western legal drama Sergeant Rutledge (1960), although the real star was Woody Strode and the film was not a big success. He did not see any battle duty, due to a broken arch-bone suffered in a high school football accident. [27] He was a Republican. Chris B. He's extremely handsome, but this is not what impresses me. He was a flamboyant orator; he was a bit of a dandy; he was tough; he was gentle; he was an excellent marksman," all features which gave the series greater latitude with a western format. He worked for station WTMJ-FM and the Children's Theatre of the Air, sponsored by the Wauwatosa School Board. Hunter formed a production company, Mexico Films, and made a film in Mexico, The Holy City, The Sacred City. I have several things brewing now and they should be coming to a head in the next few weeks. [2], Fox started off Hunter in a small role in Fourteen Hours (1951), shot in New York for director Henry Hathaway; he and Debra Paget were two young people who connect while watching a man about to jump off a ledge. Clegg Hoyt, Hunter's co-star in The True Story of Jesse James, appeared in this pilot as Pitcairn, the transporter chief of the USS Enterprise. Hunter went over to Universal and supported another older star, Fred MacMurray, in another Western, Gun for a Coward (1957), in a role originally meant for James Dean. Hunter was born in Tacoma, Washington, and knew his co-star Eileen Boylan before they starred together in South of Nowhere. Wagner had the best role —as a killer—while Hunter had the more conventional leading man part. Hunter had a better part in Custer of the West (1968), also shot in Spain, supporting Robert Shaw in the title role; Hunter played Frederick Benteen. Hunter's next film was with Karlson; he played Guy Gabaldon in the Allied Artists film Hell to Eternity (1960), which was a hit at the box office. Christopher Hunter is an actor, known for The 12(2017), The Odd Perspective(2020) and Thirty Second Love(2009). David Alexander, Star Trek Creator: The Authorized Biography of Gene Roddenberry, Roc, 1994, p. 244. He had a two-minute scene in Call Me Mister (1951), then was given a bigger part in the all-male war movie The Frogmen (1951) for director Lewis Milestone, supporting Richard Widmark and Dana Andrews; among his fellow support players was Robert Wagner, another young male under contract to Fox at the time — the two actors would appear in several movies together and were often rivals for the same part. [15] Hunter reflected two years after the film came out that, "I still get an average of 1,500 letters a month from people who saw me in that film and share the beauty and inspiration I derived from it with me. Fox loaned him out, along with Debra Paget, to Allied Artists to play the abolitionist Owen Brown in Seven Angry Men (1955), with Raymond Massey in the lead. God, he was gorgeous. Mini Bio on the life and sad ending of actor Jeffrey Hunter. He has sort of — well, an all-encompassing type of magnetism. In 1950, he was appearing in a college production of All My Sons (in the role of Chris) and was spotted by talent scouts from 20th Century Fox and Paramount. [citation needed]. The big joke around town was that the series was about a synagogue in Texas. Mar 13, 2015 - Christopher Hunter Barbara Rush Son S | PHOTOS WITH BARBARA RUSH AND SON CHRIS. However it was a big hit at the box office and remains one of Hunter's best remembered roles. It struggled to find a release. Hunter declined to film a second Star Trek pilot requested by NBC in 1965, and decided to concentrate on motion pictures. Saved from jeffreyhunter.net. Footage from “The Cage” was later incorporated into a two-part episode … [16], Having guest-starred on television dramas since the mid-1950s, Hunter was then offered a two-year contract by Warner Bros. studio boss Jack Warner that included starring as circuit-riding Texas lawyer Temple Lea Houston, the youngest son of Sam Houston, in the NBC series Temple Houston (1963–1964), which Hunter's production company co-produced. . I wasn't thinking of leaving my studio — it's important having a major studio behind you. You may be certain I hold no grudge or ill feelings and expect to continue to reflect publicly and privately the high regard I learned for you during the production of our pilot. After a cameo in A Guide for the Married Man (1967) he had the lead in a Western shot in Spain for Sidney W. Pink, The Christmas Kid (1967). 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