L.Q. Jones Dies: Veteran Film And Television Actor, Producer Of ‘A Boy And His Dog’ Was 94.

LQ Jones, a veteran character actor whose resume included more than 60 screen credits in the film and several television appearances, died of natural causes at his home in Hollywood on Saturday. He was 94 years old and his death was confirmed by his grandson, Aert Degars, as quoted in several news reports.

Born on August 19, 1927, in Beaumont, Texas, Justice Alice McQueen took his stage name from his first film role in the 1955 Raoul Walsh film, War slogan.

His film roles included the parts of Don Siegel. An Annapolis Story, Mervyn Leroy’s to the unknown, and Sam Peckinpah The Wild Bunch, Ride the High Country, And Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid.

He also appeared in Martin Campbell’s Zorro’s mask, of Roland Emmerich Patriot, and Martin Scorsese Casino.

On television, he specialized in westerns, appearing on Gunsmoke, The Virginian And Bonanza.

Beyond acting, he produced, directed and wrote the 1975 feature a boy and his dogA post-apocalyptic black comedy.

Survivors include sons Randy McQueen and Steve Marshall and daughter Mindy McQueen.