Blackjack Ward

Highest Rated: 100% The Westerner (1940)
Lowest Rated: 100% The Westerner (1940)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Almost always with a scowl on his face, Jerome Bolton Ward, nicknamed "Blackjack," was a regular supporting player in B-Westerns from 1930-1940, almost always playing a henchman, cattle rustler, or stage robber. Ward's career came to a screeching halt on February 23, 1940, when he shot and killed fellow B-Western player John Tyke during an argument in Gower Gulch, the area of Sunset Boulevard near Columbia Studios where the cowboys would congregate before and after work. Found guilty of voluntary manslaughter, Ward would resume his career a few years later.

Highest Rated Movies



100% The Westerner Buck Harrigan 1940
No Score Yet Gunsmoke Trail Actor 1938
No Score Yet The Frontiersman Rustler 1938
No Score Yet Hopalong Rides Again Henchman Slim 1937
No Score Yet The Plainsman Actor 1936
No Score Yet O'Malley of the Mounted Henchman (uncredited) 1936
No Score Yet The Fighting Pilot Henchman 1935
No Score Yet Toll of the Desert Henchman One-Eye 1935
No Score Yet The Ghost Rider Chalky 1935
No Score Yet Honor of the Range Posse Member (uncredited) 1934
No Score Yet Smoking Guns Actor 1934
No Score Yet Fargo Express Bitzer 1933
No Score Yet Lone Avenger Jack the Bank Customer 1933
No Score Yet Phantom Thunderbolt henchman 1933
No Score Yet Young Blood member of posse 1932
No Score Yet Come on, Tarzan Blackjack 1932
No Score Yet Hell Fire Austin Henchman 1932
No Score Yet Texas Gun Fighter Actor 1932
No Score Yet Range Law Jack 1931
No Score Yet Two Gun Man Actor 1931
No Score Yet Pocatello Kid Henchman Blackie 1931
No Score Yet Alias---The Bad Man Jack 1931


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