James W. McCord Jr White House Plumbers Real Story: James W. McCord Jr, who plays a character in the series, and the real person’s story: HBO Max presents a limited political series “White House Plumbers,” which is currently streaming on the platform.

The episodes will come weekly. This is a true political story based on the lifestyle of two political operatives, Howard Hunt & G. Gordon Liddy, who were working under President Richard Nixon as White House Plumbers. However, instead of helping him, they accidentally turned him down instead of protecting him. In the series, the character James W. McCord Jr is played by Toby Huss.

A group of Cuban Americans who were veterans of the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion was working under Hunt & Liddy. Five Cuban Americans were unable to make the invasion successful. From the “White House Plumbers” series, five Cuban Americans are Rolando “Musculito” Martinez, Bernard “Macho” Barker, Frank Sturgis, James W. McCord Jr, and Virgilio Gonzalez. Among them, James was a biological expert.

As we are discussing a real-life person, let’s discuss James W. McCord Jr’s real-life character explanations and where he is now.

James Walter McCord Jr was born in Waurika, Oklahoma, on January 26th, 1924. He was a second lieutenant in WWII. Before joining the FBI, he worked for the CIA. Later, he was involved in the Watergate Incident. After surviving four months in prison, he worked in his security firm. He was also battling cancer and died on June 15th, 2017, at the age of 93. He died in his home country, Douglassville, Pennsylvania.

That’s all about James Walter McCord, how he lived his own life and got involved in the Watergate Scandal. If you want to know more, ask in the comment section.



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