Rodger D. Boyce was born in Gainesville, Texas on December 19, 1945. Boyce is an American character actor who has appeared in more than a dozen feature films, including Best Picture Oscar winner “No Country for Old Men” one of three films he has done with Tommy Lee Jones (the others including “The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada” and “The Good Old Boys”). Other notable feature film appearances include “Where the Heart Is”, “A Perfect World” and “Lone Star State of Mind”. He has also appeared in some 25 made-for-television movies. In addition, his television work has included episodic appearances in TV series ranging from ‘Dallas’, ‘Dangerous Curves’ and ‘The Big Easy’ to ‘Walker, Texas Ranger’, ‘The Good Guys’ and even ‘Wishbone’. Rodger began his acting career in theater, and he has occasionally returned to the stage, appearing in summer stock and regional theater productions. A graduate of Texas Tech University where he majored in journalism and English, Rodger is a native Texan and former newspaper reporter and editor, and for a number of years was a community college teacher and administrator. He and his wife Juddi, a professional counselor/therapist, live in Gainesville, Texas.
BOYCE, Rodger (aka Roger Boyce, Roger Boycea) (Rodger D. Boyce) [12/19/1945, Gainesville, Texas, U.S.A. – ] – newspaper reporter, editor, stage, TV actor, married to Juddi Z. Webb [1948- ] (1979- ), father of Loren E. Boyce [198?- ].
The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada – 2005 (salesman)