Mostly Credited As: J.G. Hertzler
Sometimes Credited As: Garman Hertzler
John G. Hertzler
John Garman Hertzler
John Noah Hertzler
Birth Name: John Garman Hertzler
Date Of Birth: March 18, 1949 (Age 65)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Savannah, Georgia
Height: 6' 0 " (1.82 m)
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Trivia J.G. worked as a Hanson cab driver.
Since his father was in the Air Force, J.G. was raised in numerous places: Texas, Casablanca, Omaha, and Maryland.
J.G. worked in the Nixon Administration for the National Environmental Policy Act.
J.G. has worked as a director for half his life.
J.G. holds a graduate degree in set design from the University of Maryland.
J.G. has only appeared in two major films during his entire career. In 1975, with Pacino, And Justice For All ... and in 1997, with Christopher Walken, called The Prophecy II.
J.G. is a 25-year veteran of the legitimate stage.
J.G. appeared in the TV commercial for Chrysler PT Cruiser in 2001.
Good-natured, yet violent outbursts against furniture seem to be a specialty of J.G.'s. During an interview for a German public access channel he demonstrated what an outside linebacker (his position in college football) is, by throwing a table over.
Along with Jeffrey Combs, Randy Oglesby and Thomas Kopache, J.G. is one of only four actors to play seven different characters on Star Trek.
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