Jimmy Hawkins

Jimmy Hawkins launched his acting career at the tender age of five. Early on, Hawkins mostly landed roles in various films, including the dramatic adaptation "It's a Wonderful Life" (1946) with James Stewart, the ... Read more »
Born: 11/13/1941

Filmography

Actor (9)

Donna Reed: I'll Take the Moon 1997 - 1998 (TV Show)

Actor

Kolchak: The Night Stalker 1974 - 1975 (TV Show)

Actor

Spinout 1966 (Movie)

Larry (Actor)

Girl Happy 1965 (Movie)

Doc (Actor)

Leave It to Beaver 1957 - 1963 (TV Show)

Actor

Zotz 1961 (Movie)

Jimmy Kellgore (Actor)

Count Three and Pray 1955 (Movie)

Corey (Actor)

Private Hell 36 1954 (Movie)

Delivery Boy (Actor)

Caught 1949 (Movie)

Kevin (Actor)
Producer (6)

Smart Cookies 2011 - 2012 (TV Show)

Executive Producer

Merry Christmas, George Bailey 1997 - 1998 (TV Show)

Executive Producer

Don't Look Back 1980 - 1981 (TV Show)

Producer

Scout's Honor 1980 - 1981 (TV Show)

Executive Producer

A Time For Miracles (TV Show)

Producer

Love Leads the Way (TV Show)

Producer
Writer (2)

The Orchid House 1990 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Streets of Yesterday 1989 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Biography

Jimmy Hawkins launched his acting career at the tender age of five. Early on, Hawkins mostly landed roles in various films, including the dramatic adaptation "It's a Wonderful Life" (1946) with James Stewart, the dramatic adaptation "Caught" (1949) with Barbara Bel Geddes and the Paul Douglas comedy "Love That Brute" (1950). He also appeared in "Private Hell 36" (1954) with Ida Lupino, the Van Heflin dramatic period piece "Count Three and Pray" (1955) and "Zotz" (1962). He worked in television in his early acting career, including a part on "Leave It to Beaver" (1957-1963). In the sixties and the eighties, Hawkins devoted his time to various credits, such as "Girl Happy" (1965) starring Elvis Presley, "Spinout" (1966), "Kolchak: The Night Stalker" (ABC, 1974-75), "One in a Million: The Ron LeFlore Story" (CBS, 1978-79), "A Time For Miracles" (ABC, 1980) and "Don't Look Back" (ABC, 1980-81). Hawkins also wrote "Streets of Yesterday."

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