L.Q. Jones (August 19, 1927 - July 8, 2022) was a veteran character actor whose career spanned 51 years in the movies (1955-2006). His imdb page shows sixty big screen appearances. He was a regular supporting player in director Sam Peckinpah’s westerns, with roles in The Wild Bunch,Ride the High Country,Major Dundee,The Ballad of Cable Hogue and Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. In addition to his large screen appearances, he was a steady worker on television shows over the years - in particular the many television westerns of the 1950s and 1960s.
Jones also produced, directed and wrote the 1975 feature A Boy and His Dog, which is adapted from Harlan Ellison’s novella of the same name. The movie starred a young Don Johnson. Jones began the project as an executive producer but took over writing and directing responsibilities as other collaborators left the production. The movie has gone on to enjoy cult movie status.
L.Q. Jones was 94 years old at the time of his death.
L.Q. Jones can be seen using the following weapons in the following films: