Jack Reddish  (deceased)

Year Inducted: 1969

Born:  December 2, 1926    Salt Lake City, UT

Died:  October, 1992    Salt Lake City, UT

Jack Reddish was an excellent four way competitor from an young age.  At fourteen he was the youngest ski jumper to ride the famous Ecker Hill near Park City.  He was a top competitor during the immediate post war period winning several national titles and competing as a member of the 1948 Olympic Team.  He was the winner of the Harriman Cup in 1949.

During his post skiing career Reddish was a prominent film director counting "Bonnie and Clyde", "The Thomas Crown Affair" and "Bullit" among his directing credits.


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