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  1. James Harrison Coburn III (August 31, 1928 – November 18, 2002) was an American actor. He was featured in more than 70 films, largely action roles, and made 100 television appearances during a 45-year career, ultimately winning an Academy Award in 1999 for his supporting role as Glen Whitehouse in Affliction.

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  2. James Coburn - Wikipedia

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    James Harrison Coburn III (August 31, 1928 – November 18, 2002) was an American actor. He was featured in more than 70 films, largely action roles, and made 100 television appearances during a 45-year career, ultimately winning an Academy Award in 1999 for his supporting role as Glen Whitehouse in Affliction.

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  3. James Coburn - IMDb

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    James Coburn, Actor: The Great Escape. Lanky, charismatic and versatile actor with an amazing grin that put everyone at ease, James Coburn studied acting at UCLA, and then moved to New York to study under noted acting coach Stella Adler. After being noticed in several stage productions, Coburn appeared in a handful of minor westerns before being cast as the knife-throwing, ...

  4. James Coburn was the epitome of a “macho man” with his rugged good looks, gravelly voice, and magnetic screen presence. He appeared in over 80 films and made over 100 television appearances during his 45-year career.

  5. James Coburn - Biography - IMDb

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    Became a father for the first time at age 32 when his first wife Beverly Kelly gave birth to their son James H. Coburn IV on May 22, 1961. Along with his The Magnificent Seven (1960) co-star, Steve McQueen , Coburn was a pallbearer at the funeral of his friend (and his martial arts instructor), Bruce Lee , on July 31, 1973 in Seattle, Washington.

  6. James Coburn was the epitome of a “macho man” with his rugged good looks, gravelly voice, and magnetic screen presence. He appeared in over 80 films and made over 100 television appearances during his 45-year career.

  7. Actor James Coburn Dead At Age 74 - CBS News

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    Nov 19, 2002 · James Coburn, the tough-guy actor in films that included "Our Man Flint" and "The Magnificent Seven," but who won an Academy Award years later for his portrayal of a dissolute father in ...

  8. James Coburn List of Movies and TV Shows | TV Guide

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    Nov 18, 2002 · James Coburn full list of movies and tv shows in theaters, in production and upcoming films.

  9. James Coburn, Hollywood tough guy, dies at 74 | World news ...

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    Nov 19, 2002 · James Coburn, the classic Hollywood tough-guy who fought his way back from crippling arthritis to win an Oscar in an extraordinary comeback performance, died of a heart attack yesterday in Los ...

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  10. James Coburn (1928-2002) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Nov 18, 2002 · Actor. Born James Harrison Coburn, III, the son of an auto mechanic, he was raised in Compton, California and experienced his first taste of acting playing Herod in a school play at the age of four. He earned wages working as a janitor and ticket taker in a movie theater during his teenage years and attended Los...

    • 18 Nov 2002 (aged 74), Beverly Hills, Los Angeles County, California, USA
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  11. Hard Times (1975) - IMDb

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    Sep 04, 1975 · Directed by Walter Hill. With Charles Bronson, James Coburn, Jill Ireland, Strother Martin. The adventures of a drifter turned illegal prize-fighter during the Depression Era in New Orleans.