Jackie "Butch" Jenkins was a former child actor who appeared in a few MGM films during the 1940s. He was the son of actress Doris Dudley, he got his start after an MGM talent scout saw him playing on a Los Angleles Beach. Jenkins's first role was in Human Comedy (1943) in which he played Mickey Rooney's little brother. In the late '40s, his career abruptly ended after he developed an incurable stutter. He went on to become a noted entrepreneur in Texas.