Photo Surfaces Of Sam Elliott When He Was A Teenager

Photo Surfaces Of Sam Elliott When He Was A Teenager | Classic Country Music | Legendary Stories and Songs Videos

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Sam Elliott has had the same look for decades. Sure, his hair has turned white over the years, but other than that, his appearance has basically remained the same.

Elliott is known for starring in many iconic projects. He played Virgil Earp in Tombstone, starred alongside Patrick Swayze in Road House, and was nominated for an Academy Award for his role in the 2018 remake of A Star is Born.


More currently, Elliott is one of the stars of the Yellowstone prequel series, 1883. He plays a character named Shea Brennan, a cowboy and war veteran with a sad past. He is tasked with leading the Dutton family from Texas to their eventual home in Montana.

Elliott’s talents were recognized long before he became the star he is today. As a high school student, he was named the “Boy-Of-The-Month,” and the award was issued “on the basis of talent.”

An old newspaper article surfaced on social media in 2017 about Elliott winning this award. The article listed his involvement in school plays, track, water skiing, football, and vocal performances. He was also described as being “dark haired, blue eyed and 6′ 2″ tall.

The article contained an accompanying photo of Elliott. It’s so strange to see him at such a young age! 

But even though Elliott was much younger and lacked his now-signature mustache, you can still recognize him. Check out the photo of a teenage Elliott below.

Isn’t it interesting to see what Elliott looked like before he became famous?

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