Jack Lemmon

NOUN
  1. United States film actor (1925-2001)
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  • Throughout the 60s and 70s, Jack Lemmon was typecast as a tense, neurotic, excruciatingly insecure pen pusher.
  • Jack Lemmon, his longtime amateur partner, will be absent after 23 consecutive unsuccessful attempts to make the pro-am cut.
  • Jack Lemmon, his longtime amateur partner, will be absent after 23 consecutive unsuccessful attempts to make the pro-am cut.
  • Barnard, best known as the cantankerous Dr. Hogue in 'Doc Hollywood,' co-starred with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau in the 1998 sequel movie 'The Odd Couple II' and saw his son Doug Hughes win a Tony for directing the play 'Doubt.' Lead Stories from AOL
  • Jack Lemmon, his longtime amateur partner, will be absent after 23 consecutive unsuccessful attempts to make the pro-am cut.
  • Watch the based-on-a-real-memoir “Cowboy” with Jack Lemmon or “3:10 to Yuma”; both show off a quality that he shared with Jimmy Stewart in their oater roles, that of men whose thin veneer of control or conventionality could be stripped away in a moment. 100 Mysteries: the Green Glove – The Bleat.
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