The Tragic Ending Of Hoyt Axton – Sadly, He was Only 61.
The mini real story of Hoyt Axton. Axton first appeared on television in a David L. Wolper ABC production of The Story of a Folksinger (1963). He also appeared on Hootenanny, hosted by Jack Linkletter, during this period. In 1965, he was in an episode of Bonanza where he sang a duet with Pernell Roberts. He became well known in the 1970s and 1980s through his film roles, including The Black Stallion (1979), Heart Like a Wheel (1983), and Gremlins (1984). His television appearances in the 1980s included WKRP In Cincinnati and Diff’rent Strokes. He also appeared in a Pizza Hut commercial in 1985, and in a TV spot for FTD Florists with Merlin Olsen in 1989. Axton was married four times; the first three ended in divorce. He had five children.
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