Jack Larson Emmy Ad In "Variety"

Above, Jack Larson with Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich at the "Superman Week" ceremony in July 2001. Photo courtesy of the office of Michael D. Antonovich.

Jack Larson Emmy Ad In "Variety"

by Armand Vaquer

Jeepers! Wouldn't it be cool if Jimmy Olsen is nominated for an Emmy Award?

Lou Koza, the current editor of The Adventures Continue website on the Adventures of Superman, reported that the June 16 edition of Variety contains a two-page ad asking for votes for Jack Larson for an Emmy Award for his work on Law & Order: SVU.

While Lou was out and about, Jack Larson called and notified Lou's wife of the ad. Lou doesn't know if Larson was already nominated or if the ad was asking for votes for Larson to be nominated. He says that Jack will call him back.

The 2010 Emmy Nominations will be revealed in a ceremony at 5:30 a.m. on July 8.

Jack is one of television's legendary actors for his portrayal of cub reporter Jimmy Olsen on the Adventures of Superman television show of the 1950s. The show starred George Reeves as Clark Kent/Superman.

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