Jon Voight has a dog but very little is known about his furry friend. He’s been seen walking his dog by the usual team of paparazzi followers but he hasn’t shared any information or posted anything online.
December 29, 1938 (84)
Jon Voight is an American actor recognized for his dynamic roles in both film and television. Emerging in the entertainment scene during the late 1960s, his career spans several decades, marking him as a formidable figure in the industry.
Voight’s performance range has been impressive, from playing Joe Buck in the groundbreaking “Midnight Cowboy” to the conservative father in “Runaway Train.” He further solidified his mark in Hollywood with prominent roles in movies like “Coming Home,” “Deliverance,” and the geopolitical drama series “Ray Donovan.” Whether he was navigating the wild rapids in “Deliverance” or portraying an estranged father in “Ray Donovan,” Voight’s commitment to his craft has consistently resonated with audiences worldwide.
Throughout his career, Jon Voight has collaborated with a spectrum of renowned figures in the entertainment industry. He worked alongside Dustin Hoffman in “Midnight Cowboy,” showcased his acting prowess with Jane Fonda in “Coming Home,” and delivered unforgettable moments with Eric Roberts in “Runaway Train.” Burt Reynolds, Angelina Jolie (his daughter), Ricky Schroder, Liev Schreiber, and many others have also shared the screen or stage with this seasoned actor, creating memorable moments in film and television history.
Recognizing his vast contributions to cinema, Jon Voight has been honored with numerous awards. His portrayal of a paraplegic Vietnam War veteran in “Coming Home” earned him an Academy Award for Best Actor. He has also clinched a Golden Globe for his role in “Ray Donovan,” and the Cannes Film Festival Best Actor award for his performance in “Runaway Train.”