Wolfman Jack was born on 21 January, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York, USA and died on 1 July, 1995 in North Carolina, USA from heart attack. He was a famous radio personality.
Biography and Career:
Robert smith was a son of Anson Weston Smith a school teacher, writer, editor, and executive vice president of the Financial World and Rosamund Small. He was an avid fan of R&B music and disc jockeys from the child hood.
Upon graduation in 1960 Smith joined the National Academy of Broadcasting in Washington, DC. In 1962 he moved to country music station KCIJ-AM in Shreveport, Louisiana to be the station manager as well as the morning disc jockey.
Smith adopted the Moondog theme of famous Disc jockey Allen Freed and adds his own sound effects to it and adopted a new name for him sel
f Wolfman Jack.
His character was based on the manner and style of bluesman howlin Wolf. During his career Wolfman Jack made public appearences as a Master of Ceremonies for rock bands at local LosAngeles and California clubs.
He released two albums Wolfman Jack and Through The Ages on the Wooden Nickel label. In 1973 he appeared him self in the film American Graffiti directed by George Luca's.
He had married with Lou Smith and had two children Joy Rene Smith and Tod Weston Smith.
Birth name: Robert Weston Smith
Date of Birth: 21 January, 1938
Why is Wolfman Jack famous?
Wolfman Jack is famous as a radio personality. During his career he worked in movies and in TV shows also.
Why do we like Wolfman Jack?
We like Wolfman Jack because of his work as a radio personality. He is a famous disc jockey.
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