Gailard Sartain

Gailard Sartain

actor, writer, producer

Gailard Sartain was born on Sep 18, 1946 in USA. Gailard Sartain's big-screen debut came with Nashville directed by Robert Altman in 1975, strarring Man at Lunch Counter (uncredited). Gailard Sartain is known for Mississippi Burning directed by Alan Parker, Gene Hackman stars as Anderson and Willem Dafoe as Ward. The upcoming new movie Gailard Sartain plays is Elizabethtown which will be released on Oct 14, 2005.

Graduated from the University of Tulsa with a BFA. A successful illustrator, Sartain's artistic credits range from record cover designs such as Leon Russell's "Will O' the Wisp" to illustrations for nationally published magazines. Sartain created and hosted Tulsa's first late night off-the-wall comedy program, "Dr. Mazeppa Pompazoidi's Uncanny Film Festival and Camp Meeting". Guest stars included Gary Busey and 'Jim "Buck" Millaway'. Following "Dr. Mazeppa Pompazoidi's Uncanny Film Festival and Camp Meeting", Sartain has maintained a successful acting career in television and motion pictures.

  • Birthday

    Sep 18, 1946
  • Place of Birth

    Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
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