She landed a starring role, holding her own opposite Steven Segal in the cult classic Mercenary for Justice, as well as hit television shows like Hawaii Five-O, Two and Half Men, and sentimental favorite Days of Our Live. There are no data protection regulations related to limited company data and no authorisations or permissions required with regards to its publication. In the Scottish Comedy series , one of the characters has a recurring nightmare where he sees the spirit of Lord rising from a coffin. Chin Ho Kelly, the name of the police detective played by , was a tip-of-the-hat to Ilikai developer Chinn Ho. As a child, Lord developed his equestrian skills on his mother's fruit farm in the Hudson River Valley.
The Last American Sailors: A Wild Ride in the Modern Merchant Marine. Lord credited as his on-screen role model, and the inspiration for his characterization of Stoney Burke. Lord was then cast as Brick in a replacement for in the 1955—1956 production of. He grew up in Morris Park now known as , Queens, New York. In 1958, Lord co-starred as Buck Walden in , the film adaptation of 's 1933 novel. Kirk on , to replace , whose wife was making too many demands.
He was known for his starring role as in the television program , which ran from 1968 to 1980. Other television guest appearances include , , , , , , starring , , , , , and Lord appeared on the first episode of. The Scarecrow Video Movie Guide. He was educated at , , in , and the , then located at in , graduating as an with a License. Lord was the first actor to play the character in the film series, introduced in 1962 in the first Bond film, Dr. He worked first as a car salesman for Horgan Ford, then later as a salesman in to fund his studies.
We use this data to generate the records published on our websites. In 1968, Lord appeared with in the film The Name of the Game Is Kill. He was instrumental in the casting of native Hawaiians, instead of mainland actors. His first commercial film role was in the 1949 film a.
The Lords lived in a condominium in the area, and they were known to frequent the neighborhood mall. His first professional sale was in 1941 to the Metropolitan Museum of Art for his two linoleum cuts, entitled Vermont and Fishing Shacks, Block Island. He returned to the Merchant Marine as an before enrolling in the deck officer course at. When a limited company is incorporated, it has a legal obligation under the Companies Act to make all business details available for public inspection, including registration details, accounts and director information.
When series creator died in 1974, the show's ownership was shared among Lord, and Freeman's estate, with a contract that made Lord executive producer and gave him complete control over content. The show ran for 30 performances, October 27, 1954 through November 20, 1954. Jack Lord helped conceive Hawaii Five-O and starred for its 12 seasons as Detective Stephen McGarrett, appointed by the Governor to head the fictional State Police criminal investigation department in Honolulu, Hawaii. Lord suffered from for at least seven years before his death, though some accounts have suggested that he may have had the illness as early as the twelfth season of Hawaii Five-O. He started spending summers at sea, and from the decks of cargo ships painted and sketched the landscapes he encountered—, the and. Lord asked for 50 percent ownership of the show, so Roddenberry offered the role to Shatner.
While making maritime training films, he took to the idea of acting. Steve McGarrett Uncredited Archive footage 2000 Det. Jacqueline embraced the opportunity with equal parts determination and courage. Project X, an anti-Communist production.
Lord met his son from his first marriage only once when the boy was an infant. The opening sequence includes a shot of Lord standing on a penthouse balcony of the hotel. On January 17, 1949, Lord married Marie de Narde, who gave up her career in fashion design to devote her life to him. At the airing of its last episode, Hawaii Five-O was the longest-running cop show in television history. The basis for the series was real-life champion rodeo rider.