Hoyt Axton – Biography, Facts & Life Story

Hoyt Axton American Actor, Singer, Song Writer, Guitarist


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Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Bodytype Average
Height 5 feet 8 inches (1.75 m)
Weight 71 kg (156 lbs)
Hair Color Salt And Pepper
Eye Color Green
Nickname Hoyt
Gender Male
Date of Birth March 25, 1938
Full Name Hoyt Wayne Axton
Profession Actor, Singer, Song Writer, Guitarist
Nationality American
Date of Death October 26, 1999
Place of Death Victor, Montana, United States
Cause of Death Heart Attack
Birthplace Duncan, Oklahoma, United States
Religion Christianity
Published on June 22, 2020 on 06:55 PM
Zodiac Sign Aries

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Hoyt Axton Education

School: Robert E. Lee High School, Jacksonville

College: Oklahoma State University

Hoyt Axton Career

Profession: Actor, Singer, Song Writer, Guitarist

Known For: Becaming prominent in the early 1960s, establishing himself on the West Coast as a folk singer with an earthy style and powerful voice

Net Worth: USD $12 million (approx)

Family & Relatives

Father: John Thomas Axton

Mother: Mae Boren Axton

Marital Status: Married

Wife: Deborah Hawkins (m. 1997–1999), Donna Roberts (m. 1980–1990), Kathryn Roberts (m. 1966–1973)

No. of Children: 1

Son: Mark Axton

FAQs

Who was Hoyt Axton?

Hoyt Axton was an American actor, singer, song writer, guitarist, born on 25 March, 1938 in Duncan, Oklahoma, United States.

When did Hoyt Axton pass away?

Hoyt Axton passed away on October 26, 1999.

What was the cause of death?

The cause of Hoyt Axton’s death was Heart Attack.

How old was Hoyt Axton at the time of death?

Hoyt Axton was 24 years old when he passed away.

How tall was Hoyt Axton?

Hoyt Axton was 5 feet 8 inches (1.75 m).

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  1. William Deshurley says:

    I served with Hoyt in the Navy, we went to Air school together. He asked if I liked a song he was writing – Jerimia the bullfrog (later was Joy to the world. Later we were to go to Memphis for AT school, and he said he would take me to meet Elvis – But he failed and went to ship.

    1. In the song ‘ Joy To The World ‘ , Hoyt wrote it as Jeremiah was a prophet, it was Three Dog Night that changed the word to bullfrog, for fear of repercussions from the religious community. The wine mentioned would have been Communion wine, but why burden a great song with a back story, just keep spreading the ‘Joy’.