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|Also Known As:||Clayt Moore,Jack Carlton Moore||Died:||December 28, 1999|
|Born:||September 14, 1914||Cause of Death:||heart attack|
|Birth Place:||Chicago, Illinois, USA||Profession:||Cast ... actor aerialist car pitchman model stuntman|
Although best-known as TV's "The Lone Ranger," Clayton Moore also appeared in dozens of Westerns and serials in the 1940s and 50s. The dark, handsome Chicagoan worked as a model and circus aerialist before heading to Hollywood as a stuntman and extra in 1938. With the help of his girlfriend, actress Lupe Velez, he began getting roles in 1940. He made brief appearances in a handful of UA films ("Kit Carson" and "The Son of Monte Cristo," both 1940; "International Lady," 1941; "The Bachelor's Daughters," 1946), but spent most of the decade at minor studios like Monogram and Republic.
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