Sam Elliott is an American on-screen character well known for playing characters like General Ross in ‘Mass’ (2003) and ‘The Caretaker in Ghost Rider’ (2007). Well-assembled, tall, and favored with tough great looks, he is frequently given a role as cattle rustlers and farmers. His profound, resounding voice and Western drawl adds to his charms as the quintessential on-screen American cowhand. Understood for his energy for acting and devotion towards his calling, Elliot knew from the time he was a youngster that he was intended to be an on-screen character. He was an unshakable youth who regularly got into contentions with his dad who objected to his child’s decision of calling. As an understudy he played one of the leads in a phase creation and got rave audits for his execution. Before long he concluded that he needed to become famous in Hollywood. He started his acting vocation on the stage and influenced his film to make a big appearance in ‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’ in 1969. Supplied with the looks, voice, and identity that made him a decent possibility for Western motion pictures, he was every now and again give a role as cowhands and farmers. At the point when the Westerns started to decrease in prominence, he wandered into TV and set up himself as a fruitful TV performer also. Despite the fact that he is in his seventies now, the gutsy on-screen character hints at no backing off and is as dynamic as ever in movies and TV even today.