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Hoyt Axton Biography

  • Profession: Actor, Songwriter
  • Born: Mar 25, 1938
  • Died: Oct 26, 1999

Oklahoma-born singer/composer Hoyt Axton was the son of [[Performer~P80276~Mae Boren Axton~maeborenaxton]], the highly respected country-and-western artist who wrote Elvis Presley's "Heartbreak Hotel." Upholding family tradition, Axton has penned several hit songs for performers other than himself, from the Kingston Trio's "Greenback Dollar" to Ringo Starr's "The No No Song." Axton's film career until the mid 1980s was confined to soundtrack contributions, notably for the 1969 groundbreaker [[Feature~V15197~Easy Rider~easyrider]]. Switching to film acting in the late 1970s, Axton has appeared in good ole boy character roles in such films as [[Feature~V5944~The Black Stallion~theblackstallion]] (1979) and [[Feature~V20918~Gremlins~gremlins]] (1984). Hoyt Axton also sang the theme song for the TV sitcom [[Feature~V135635~Flo~flow]] (1980-81). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi