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Jean Prescott

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Robert Prentiss was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In the early stages of his acting career, Prentiss starred in action films like "Stone Cold" (1991) with Brian Bosworth and Lance Henriksen and "Total Exposure" (1991) with Season Hubley and Michael Nouri. Prentiss worked in television around the start of his acting career with a role on "Walker, Texas Ranger" (CBS, 1992-2001). He also landed a role in the miniseries "To Serve and Protect" (1998-99). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr." (Fox, 1993-94). He also starred in the TV movies "Night Vision" (HBO, 1998-99) and "The Magic of the Golden Bear (Goldy III)" (Animal Planet, 1998-99). Prentiss focused on film in more recent years, appearing in the Hilary Swank crime drama "Boys Don't Cry" (1999) and the action film "The Alamo" (2004) with Dennis Quaid. He also was featured in the TV movies "At Any Cost" (VH1, 1999-2000) and "Too Legit: The MC Hammer Story" (VH1, 2001-02). Prentiss most recently acted in "Baghdad, Texas" (2009) with Melinda Renna.


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Born in Cheshire, England on October 15, 1907.
Died in Scottsdale, AZ on March 28, 1996 of congestive heart failure.
Won numerous beauty contests in England and was signed to a movie contract in 1929. Married to Daniel Bloomberg in July 1929. Put her career on hold for a few years while she travelled around Europe and to Australia with her husband, an electrical engineer who set up sound studios for the new "talkies."
Moved to America in the mid-30's and gradually began to play small parts in a variety of movies in the early 1940's through 1950.

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