Jimmie F. Skaggs

Jimmie F. Skaggs (born 1944/1945; died July 6, 2004) was an American film actor.

Jimmie F. Skaggs
Born
Jimmie Neumeier

1944/1945
Died (aged 59)
Years active1981–2004
Spouse(s)Virginia Morris

Jimmie was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas, but moved to Valley City, Ohio, as a young boy. He later moved to Elyria, Ohio, as an adolescent. He got his start in acting performing in the All School play, The Great Sabastions. He graduated from Elyria High School in 1963.[1]

Skaggs appeared in numerous film roles, including the bartender in Catch Me If You Can, a drug dealer in Lethal Weapon, Smilin' Phil Fox in Underworld, Tom Scully in Cutthroat Island, Neil Gallagher in Puppet Master and Devlin in Ghost Town.[2]

Jimmie Skaggs died at his Highland Park home of lung cancer, according to his wife, actress and director, Virginia Morris. He was aged 59 at the time of his death.[3]

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1981 The Marva Collins Story Chester Boland
1984 The Naked Face Fallon
1987 Lethal Weapon Drug Dealer #1
1987 Dragnet Caterer Pagan
1988 The Night Before Hood #1
1988 Ghost Town Devlin
1989 Pink Cadillac Billy Dunston
1989 Homer and Eddie Jesus #1
1989 Cage Ugly Guy
1989 Puppet Master Neil Gallagher
1990 Solar Crisis Biker
1991 Thousand Pieces of Gold Jonas
1994 Oblivion Buteo
1995 Cutthroat Island Scully
1996 Oblivion 2: Backlash Buteo
1996 Underworld Smilin' Phil Fox / Todd Streeb
1996 Playing Dangerous 2 Andreyz Varglak
1997 Gang Related Duncan
1998 Whatever It Takes Roland
2000 Hollow Man Wino
2000 Sunset Strip Guitar Center Owner
2000 Highway 395 Lew Grade
2000 Spin Cycle The Homeless Guy
2002 Woman on Fire Nezam
2002 100 Women Homeless Guy
2002 Catch Me If You Can Bartender
2003 Dead End Worker #1

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Jimmie Skaggs, 59; Actor Had Numerous Roles in Film, Television and on Stage - Los Angeles Times". Articles.latimes.com. 2004-07-12. Retrieved 2014-04-16.
  2. ^ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0803765/
  3. ^ "Jimmie Skaggs, 59; Actor Had Numerous Roles in Film, Television and on Stage". Los Angeles Times. 12 July 2004.