2018 LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNER 

JACK BETTS

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ABOUT

Jack Fillmore Betts (born April 11, 1929), also credited as Hunt Powers, is an American actor of filmstage, and television. A member of the Actors Studio, he started his career as a leading man in spaghetti westerns, before taking a career in supporting roles in American films.

Betts portrayed Chris Devlin in the CBS mystery series Checkmate (1960-1962).[1] He also played Mr. Fisher, an 80-year-old man on One Life to Live.[2]

Among his numerous television appearances were four roles on the CBS drama series Perry Mason, including the role of Bert Nickols in the 1961 episode, "The Case of the Impatient Partner," Enos Watterton in the 1962 episode “The Case of the Double Entry Mind”, murder victim George Parsons in the 1964 episode, "The Case of the Wooden Nickels," and murder victim Bruce Strickland in the 1966 episode, "The Case of the Fanciful Frail.

Betts was also the author of Screen Test: Take One, a play about a soap opera that originated on a film set.

Jack was the 2018 Lifetime Acheivement Award winner at the 2018 Borderscene Film Festival

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TRIVIA

Great-great-grandnephew of President Millard Fillmore.