Jim Hutton, nato Dana James Hutton (Binghamton, 31 maggio 1934 – Los Angeles, 2 giugno 1979), è stato un attore statunitense, noto soprattutto per il ruolo di Ellery Queen nell'omonima serie televisiva (1975-1976). Spesso accreditato come James Hutton, è il padre dell'attore Premio Oscar Timothy Hutton
Sue Randall and Jim Hutton in "And When the Sky Was Opened", a 1960 episode of The Twilight Zone Dana James Hutton (May 31, 1934 – June 2, 1979) was an American actor in film and television best remembered for his role as Ellery Queen in the 1970s TV series of the same name , and his screen partnership with Paula Prentiss in four films, starting with Where the Boys Are .
Jim Hutton est un acteur américain né le 31 mai 1934 à Binghamton et mort le 2 juin 1979 à Los Angeles. Il est le père de l'acteur Timothy Hutton.
Jim Hutton, Actor: The Green Berets. Described in the press as the heir apparent to James Stewart and Jack Lemmon, Jim Hutton broke out of the pack with his funny, awkward TV Thompson in Where the Boys Are (1960).
Childhood and Early Years of Jim Hutton. Jim Hutton was born on May 31, 1934, in Binghamton in New York. When he was born, his legal name was Dana James Hutton. During his childhood, he enjoyed sports and playing games with his friends. When he was a young man, he joined the United States Army. He was sent to Germany. While he was in Germany ...
Timothy Hutton wore Jim Hutton's hat from Ellery Queen (1975) in Ordinary People (1980) and A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001). He dedicated his Best Supporting Actor Academy Award from "Ordinary People" to his father, who died four months before filming on "Ordinary People" began and five weeks after seeing his son's first leading role Friendly Fire (1979) from his hospital bed.
03/06/2017 · Although the world lost Mercury too soon, he was not alone when he passed away. From 1985 to his death, Mercury was accompanied by his partner Jim Hutton. It was Mercury who first pursued Hutton after meeting him in a club in 1984. Mercury offered to buy him a drink, but Hutton (unaware of Mercury's fame) said no; he was with someone at the time.