Jerry Hardin

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Jerry Hardin (born November 20, 1929) is an American actor. Hardin has appeared in film and television roles, although he is perhaps best known as the character Deep Throat in the series The X-Files. Born in Texas, Hardin studied acting at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art before beginning his acting career in New York. Hardin is married with two children, one of whom is actress Melora Hardin. Jerry Hardin was born in Dallas on November 20, 1929. His father was a rancher, and Jerry spent his youth actively involved with his local church and performing in school plays. He attended Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, on a scholarship before going on to study at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, earning a scholarship there through the Fulbright Program. He spent several years there before returning to the United States to begin acting in New York, performing in regional theatre for twelve years. Hardin began acting on television in the 1950s, mostly in character roles. He amassed over a hundred appearances by the early 1990s, in addition to more than seventy-five theatrical credits by the early 1960s.
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