Jul. 31st, 1952
Shreveport, Louisiana, USA
Alan Autry's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles1988 - World Gone Wild
1986 - At Close Range
1986 - House
1986 - Nomads
1985 - Brewster's Millions
1985 - O.C. and Stiggs
1981 - Southern Comfort
1980 - Popeye
1979 - North Dallas Forty
Guest TV Roles
Todd Gainy Sr.
Mike 'The Hammer' Horn
He was raised in Riverdale, California, in the San Joaquin Valley. He was a star player at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA before being drafted by the Green Bay Packers.
- He became a born-again Christian in October 1986.
- Was elected mayor of Fresno, CA, on 7 November 2000, for a four-year term.
- His daughter 'Lauren Autry' (qv) can be seen _"In the Heat of the Night" (1988)_ (qv) episode "Every Man's Family" as the little girl in the park who comes up to Bubba (Autry) and says "Hey, mister, can we have our frisbee back?" She also appeared with him in _The Legend of Jake Kincaid (2002) (TV)_ (qv).
- Originally said he wouldn't run for re-election as mayor of Freseno, CA, in 2004 when his term expired, but changed his mind and on March 2, 2004 easily won re-election with over 72% of the vote. He changed his mind about running again after the candidate he endorsed as his replacement dropped out of the race. His second term will expire in January 2009.
- He was appointed to the California State Film Commission by Gov. 'Arnold Schwarzenegger' (qv) in 2006.
- Alan has a daughter, 'Lauren Autry' (qv) (b. 1981), with his first wife, Vicky Brown. Wife 'Kimberlee Autry' (qv) has a daughter 'Heather Autry' (qv) (b. 1986) from a previous marriage. Alan and Kimberlee met in 1990 and were married in 1994. Together they have a son 'Austin Autry' (b. 1996).
- Under the name Carlos Brown, played for the National Football League's Green Bay Packers (1975-1976) and the Canadian Football League's British Columbia Lions (1978).
- Alan's mother Verna Duty passed away in March of 2007. His stepfather Joe Duty died in 1972.
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