James Earl Jones is an American actor with a net worth of forty five million dollars. A veteran of screen and stage, James Earl Jones, he's most widely recognized for the voiceover work of his, including the voice of Mufasa and darth Vader within "The Lion King". He's also won 3 Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe, 2 Tony Awards, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Screen Actor's Guild.
Born James Earl Jones on January seventeen, US, Mississippi, in Arkabutla, 1931, he's become known as "one of America's most notable and versatile" actors in a career which spans over more than fifty years. Raised by the maternal grandparents of his because the dad of his left him shortly after he came into this world, Jones received a troubled childhood and developed a stutter. It was in high school that he get rid of the speech disorder and continued his training studying medicine in the Faculty of Michigan. But in the course of the studies of his, he did realized that acting was the true calling of his. At first, he served as a stint in the army and US Army Ranger until finally he finally moved to New York to research in the American Theatre Wing. Ever since he made the Broadway debut of his in 1957, he has not stop amazing both critics as well as viewers. In 1964, he finally made the movie debut of his, playing trim and young Lt. Lothar Zogg, the B 52 bombardier within Dr. Strangelove. As for the very first major job of his, was included with the portrayal of his of boxer Jack Jefferson in "The Great White Hope", a turn that fetched him a Tony Award and Academy Award. Also known for the voice acting of his, he's best realized as the voice as Darth Vader in the Star Wars franchise among several other film, stage and tv voice over functions. One of the best actors in American history, James Earl Jones actually got an Honorary Academy Award on November twelve, 2011.
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