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Jack Snow
Jack Snow
Credits
Role Himself
Biographical Information
Full Name Jack Thomas Snow
Birthdate January 25, 1943
Birthplace Rock Springs, Wyoming, United States
Death Date January 9, 2006 (age 62)
Death Place Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

Jack Snow played himself in the fifth season episode, "Samantha's Shopping Spree" (1969).

Bewitched Character[]

While out shopping with Samantha, Tabitha and Endora, Cousin Henry accidentally popped him from the Los Angeles Rams' game with the Dallas Cowboys in Dallas, Texas to Hinkley's Department Store in Patterson, New Jersey. Snow said he had heard of the "long bomb", but this was ridiculous.

Biography[]

Jack Thomas Snow was a professional football player and television sportscaster. He was born on January 25, 1943, in Rock Springs, Wyoming.

He played football for Notre Dame where he graduated with a degree in psychology in 1965. He broke most of Notre Dame's pass reception records and was named to every All-America team since. He was drafted in 1965 by the Minnesota Vikings who traded him to the (then) Los Angeles Rams, where he spent his entire eleven-season National Football League career as a wide receiver. He was selected to the Pro Bowl in 1967. Snow was regarded as a standout receiver for the Rams from 1965 to 1975. He finished fifth in the NFL in receptions (51) in 1970 and ninth that season in receiving yardage (859). He ranks fifth on the Rams' all-time list for yards receiving (6,012), seventh on the team's all-time receptions list (340) and fifth with 45 career touchdown receptions. Snow was the Rams' receivers coach in 1982 and later began broadcasting for the club, and then moved with the club to St. Louis in 1995. He broadcast his last game on November 20, 2005, and intended to work the Rams' game November 27, in Houston, but became too ill.

Snow was also an actor, known for Heaven Can Wait (1978).

Snow was married to Merry Carole Shane. He was the father of professional baseball player J.T. Snow. He developed a staph infection in November 2005 and died as a result of complications on January 9, 2006, in Saint Louis, Missouri. He was 62.

Sources[]

  • Beisser, Fred. Jack Snow on Find a Grave. Retrieved on February 4, 2020.
  • Jack Snow on the Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on February 4, 2020.
  • Jack Snow on Wikipedia. Retrieved on February 4, 2020.
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