Wolfman Jack’s height is
5ft 9.5in (1.77 m)
Robert Weston Smith, known as Wolfman Jack was a gravelly voiced American disc jockey, famous in the 1960s and 1970s.
Best Known For Movie: American Graffiti
Born: January 21, 1938, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
Filmography: Garfield and Friends (1994), Swamp Thing (1992), DJ Boy (1989), Mortuary Academy (1988), Rags to Riches (1987), Garfield in Paradise (1986), The Midnight Hour (1985), Stanley, the Ugly Duckling (1982), The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang (1980-1981), Motel Hell (1980), More American Graffiti (1979), Wonder Woman (1978), Hanging on a Star (1978), Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978), Deadman’s Curve (1978), James at 16 (1978), Police Story (1978), Have I Got a Christmas for You (1977), The Wolfman Jack Show (1976), What’s Happening!! (1976), Emergency! (1975), The Odd Couple (1973), American Graffiti (1973), Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978), Tenacity and Gratitude: The Frank Cotolo Story (2014), Flying High (1978), Moondog Airwaves (2015), Married with Children (1995), Midnight (1989), Diana Ross: Red Hot Rhythm and Blues (1987), The New Hollywood Squares (1987), The Return of Bruno (1987), Wolf Rock TV (1984), Galactica 1980 (1980), Vega$ (1980), The Wolfman Jack Radio Show (1980), Dance Fever (1979), The Hollywood Squares (1979), The Midnight Special (1972-1979), A Salute to American Imagination (1978), Murder at the Mardi Gras (1978), Science Fiction Film Awards (1978), What’s Happening!! (1978), Celebrity Sweepstakes (1977), The Alan Hamel Show (1976), New American Bandstand 1965 (1975), NBC Special Treat (1975), The Seven Minutes (1971), Tenacity and Gratitude: The Frank Cotolo Story (2014), Airplay: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio (2008), Conquest of the Earth (1981).
Astrological Sign: Aquarius
Occupation: Disc Jockey, Actor
Died: July 1, 1995, Belvedere, North Carolina, United States
Spouse: Lou Smith (m. 1961–1995)
Children: Joy Rene Smith, Tod Weston Smith
Height: 5ft 9.5in (1.77 m)
Wolfman Jack Quote: I figure the oldies are real close to what rocking country use to be. View More Wolfman Jack Quotes