Al St. John
Al St. John was an American actor.
Al St. John has sometimes been credited as Fuzzy.
Al St. John was born Alfred St. John on September 10th, in Santa Ana, California, United States. His zodiac sign was Virgo.
He died on Monday, January 21st, 1963 at the age of sixty-nine (69) in Lyons, Georgia, United States.
As an actor, Al St. John has been seen in movies such as "King of the Bullwhip", released in 1950 playing Deputy Fuzzy Q. Jones, "Prairie Rustlers" (1945) (character: Deputy Fuzzy Jones), "Riders of Destiny" (1933) in which he portrays Henchman Bert, "His Private Secretary" (1933) in which he plays Garage Owner Tom, "Start Cheering" (1938), and "The Painted Desert" (1931).
King of the Bullwhip
Directed by: R. Ormond, starring L. La Rue, A. St. John, J. Holt, T. Neal...
Directed by: S. Newfield, starring B. Crabbe, A. St. John, E. Finley, K. Hackett...
Directed by: A. S. Rogell, starring J. Durante, W. Connolly, J. Perry, C. Starrett...
Riders of Destiny
Directed by: R. N. Bradbury, starring J. Wayne, C. Parker, F. Taylor, G. 'Gabby' Hayes...
His Private Secretary
Directed by: P. Whitman, starring E. Knapp, J. Wayne, R. Barlow, A. B. Francis...
The Painted Desert
Directed by: H. Higgin, starring W. Boyd, H. Twelvetrees, W. Farnum, J. Farrell MacDonald...
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