Lee Jones

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Actor, film director (1946)
Thu Jan 28 2021
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Quick Timeline Of Lee Jones

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Wife : Dawn Laurel-Jones
Lee Jones Marrried To Dawn Laurel-Jones In 2001
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Ex-wife : Kimberlea Cloughley
Lee Jones Married To Kimberlea Cloughley In 1981 And Divorced In 1996
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Ex-wife : Kate Lardner
Lee Jones Married To Kate Lardner In 1971 And Divorced In 1978

Lee Jones is an American actor and film director who is best known for his role U.S. Marshal Samuel Gerard in 1993's thriller film The Fugitive. For his role, he was nominated for a four Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor Oscar.

His significant credits include The Fugitive, Men in Black, and No Country for Old Men and Lincoln. Today lets' find out more interesting details in the following sections. 

Tommy's Married Thrice

Yes, the American actor Lee Jones, 74, has been in a marital relationship for three times. As of now, he is living a blissful life along with his third or current wife, Dawn Laurel-Jones, 56.

Tommy Lee Jones and His Beloved Third Wife, Dawn Laurel-Jones Are Married For 19 Years
Image: Tommy Lee Jones and His Beloved Third Wife, Dawn Laurel-Jones Are Married For 19 Years
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She is a photographer and camera operator known for starring in The Hunted (2003) and Men in Black II (2002). The couple first met each other on the set of the movie The Good Old Boys in 1995. Six years later, they exchanged the wedding vows on March 19, 2001, in a private ceremony.

Their big day was held at the Alamo Height community, near San Antonio. Ever since Jones and Dawn are happily sparking their matrimony for about 19 years. Even after nearly two decades, they still appear to be besotted with one another.

His First and Second Marriage

His first marriage was with actress/writer Katherine Lardner, 77. She is also known as the niece of Ring Lardner Jr., the screenwriter and journalist. She is known for making appearances in Quincy M.E. (1976), The Crutch (2005), and Making Mr. Right (1987).

Snap: Lee Jones With His Former Wife, Katherine Lardner (m. 1971–1978)
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They got hitched in 1971 and had divorced in 1978 after seven years of togetherness. Then Tommy who starred as Sheriff Ed Tom Bell in No Country for Old Men went to marry Kimberlea Cloughley, the daughter of Phil Hardberger

The two who first met on the Texas set of Back Roads in 1981 tied the knot in 1981. From their marital life, the duo had two kids, Austin Leonard Jones, born on 9 November 1982 and Victoria Jones, born on 3 September 1991.

 Actor, Tommy Lee Jones Along With His Daughter, Victoria Jones
Picture: Actor, Tommy Lee Jones Along With His Daughter, Victoria Jones
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However, they also ended their relationship in 1996 after 15 years. Apart, Victoria, 29, is an American actress who is best remembered for her works including Men in Black II (2002), One Tree Hill (2003), and Three Burials (2005). Whereas Austin, 38, is a composer and actor.

What is Tommy Lee Jones Net Worth?

As of 2021, Tommy Lee Jones, an American actor, has an impressive net worth of $90 million, as per Celebrity Net Worth. He owes a large portion of his heavy fortune throughout his five decades of acting and filmmaking career.

Now, Tommy Lee is considered one of the most known faces in Hollywood, working for over five decades in the entertainment industry. As per his salary, he earned $47 million in total from the Men In Black franchise.

His feature 1993’s film, The Fugitive, has made over $360 million at the box office. Apart, his 1997's album Generation Swine collected $500,000.

Early Life and Education

Lee Jones was born on 15 September 1946 in San Saba, Texas, the United States as Tommy Lee Jones. His father Clyde C. Jones (1926–1986), was an oil field worker and his mother Lucille Marie (1928–2013), was a police officer, beauty shop owner and school teacher. They were married and had divorced two times. 

Jones attended Robert E. Lee High School. After moving to Dallas, he graduated from the St. Mark's School of Texas in 1965, where he received the scholarship. 

 

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