James Parks Net Worth

James Parks was born on 1843 in  Ventura County, California, United States, is Actor, Soundtrack, Art Department. James Parks is an American actor who has worked with distinguished independent film directors Quentin Tarantino, John Sayles, Robert Rodriguez, Kevin Smith and David Lynch. His career of over twenty years and his love for acting was inspired by his father, veteran actor Michael Parks, and began with classical training and work in Shakespearean theater. He has since worked consistently in film, television and theater, appearing most notably in Quentin Tarantino's upcoming film "The Hateful Eight," "Kill Bill: Vol.1," "Amigo," "The Listening" and in episodes of "Deadwood" (pilot), "True Blood" and a number of other popular TV series.He stars alongside Caroline Goodall in "The Elevator," an English-language suspense film shot in Rome by Italian director Massimo Cogliotore.James is also a writer for film and movie events for television.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Soundtrack, Art Department
Birth Year 1843
Birth Place  Ventura County, California, United States
Died On August 21, 1929 (aged 85–86)\nArlington, Virginia US
Birth Sign Sagittarius
Nickname(s) Uncle Jim
Place of burial Arlington National Cemetery
Allegiance United States
Service/branch United States Army
Years of service 1861–1929

💰 Net worth: $1 Million



Parks was born a slave on March 19, 1843 in Arlington, Virginia to Lawrence Parks and Patsy Clark.


The first graves in Arlington National Cemetery were dug by James Parks, a former Arlington Estate slave. Parks was freed in 1862 under the terms of the will of his former owner, George Washington Parke Custis. He still lived on Arlington Estate when Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton signed the orders designating Arlington as a military burial ground. Parks served in the U.S. Army from 1861 to 1929 by working as a grave digger and maintenance man for the cemetery.


When Parks died on August 21, 1929, the Secretary of War Dwight Filley Davis granted special permission for him to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors. He was buried at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors.