|TV and Movie Trivia Tribute|
|Born:||13 July 1942||Chicago, Illinois, USA|
|Known As:||Han Solo||"Star Wars" (1977)|
|Indiana Jones||"Raiders of the Lost Ark" (1981)|
|Trivia:||Children: Malcolm, Georgia, Willard and Ben.|
|Is 6' 1" tall.|
|In his spare time, as a hobby, is also a master craftsman.|
|His "first broadcast" was during his senior year in high school |
(1960), when he was literally the first voice heard over the
new radio station, WMTH-FM, located at Maine
Township High School in Park Ridge Illinois
as they came on the air for the first time.
|Studied at Ripon College in Ripon, Wisconsin.|
|While in college, Ford appeared as "Mac the Knife" in the musical |
play, "The Threepenny Opera."
|Has a scar on his chin which he got when he tried to "buckle up" |
while already driving, and lost control of the car.
|Has a species of spider named after him.|
|He provided the whip-cracks on the song "Desperation Samba |
(Halloween in Tijuana)" for Jimmy Buffett's album
"Last Mango in Paris."
|(1986) Nominated for an Oscar - Best Actor in a Leading Role |
for: "Witness" (1985).
|(1995) Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars |
in Film History (#15).
|Revealed on the David Letterman show that he has some false |
teeth; two were pulled by a dentist after some others were
damaged when he fell on a gun during a stunt for a TV
appearance early in his career.
|(October 1997) Ranked #1 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 |
Movie Stars of All Time" list.
|(1997) Chosen by "People" magazine as one of the 50 Most |
beautiful People in the World.
|(1998) Chosen as "People" magazine's Sexiest Man Alive.|
|(2002) Won a Golden Globe - Cecil B. DeMille Award.|
|On TV:||TVGuide.com||Click here for TV listings.|
|Filmography:||The Internet Movie Database||Harrison Ford Filmography.|
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