Roy jenson

Roy Jenson was born in Calgary, Alberta but spent much of his life in California. Jenson moved to LA at age seven, went to college at UCLA and then after his football career ended, returned to LA to pursue a career in acting. Jenson started his CFL career with Calgary in 1951 and played five seasons (1951-55) with the Stampeders, winning a West All-Star as a Guard in 1954. Jenson finished his career with two years in BC (1956-57). Jenson's acting career actually got started while playing football as he was a standin for Robert Mitchum in 1954. Jenson would go on to play in many movies and television series such as Kung Fu, Star Trek, Mannix, Gunsmoke and Little House on the Prairie. Roy Jenson passed away on April 24, 2007.

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Year Team GP
1951 CAL
1952 CAL
1953 CAL
1954 CAL
1955 CAL
1956 BC
1957 BC

No official games played stats were kept in the West until 1964.

Some sources (e.g. Wikipedia) have listed Jenson as playing for the Montreal Alouettes, but so far there is no evidence for this. The Alouettes, however, did add Jenson (no year given) to their all-time roster in the 2010 media guide.


Roy Jenson


Roy Jenson