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Cast (feature film)

Wives He Forgot, The (2006)
When a man, beaten and bloody, stumbles into the law office of Charlotte St. John, she discovers that he has amnesia. She takes him in as a guest, hoping that his memory will recover once his wounds heal. But everything changes when his wife comes to get him. When another woman comes forward claimin
River King, The (2006)
When a student drowns at an elite prep school, the headmaster insists it must have been suicide. But when a small-town cop is brought in to investigate, clues of foul play arise from the boy's dead spirit.
Dad for Christmas, A (2006)
Nineteen year old Matt faces a difficult situation when his girlfriend finds out she's pregnant and decides to give the baby away without asking Matt. In an attempt to keep his baby, Matt takes the baby from the hospital. Estranged from his mother, he turns to his grandmother. He stays with her and
Ambulance Girl (2005)
Based on the true story of how author Jane Stern fell into clinical depression and struggled her way through her various phobias after signing on to become an EMT.
Separate Peace, A (2004) as Dr. Stanpole
Adaptation of John Knowles' novel about Gene and Finny, roommates at a New England boarding school during the early years of World War II. Their friendship is tested when students accuse one roommate of being the cause of an accident that harms the other roommate.
Winning Season, The (2004) as Mel Bernstein
A twelve year-old boy finds a valuable and magical Honus Wagner baseball card that sends him back in time into the body of Wagner's teammate to meet Honus and participate in the 1909 World Series.
Miracle (2004)
The inspiring story of the team that transcended its sport and united a nation with a new feeling of hope. Based on the true story of one of the greatest moments in sports history, the tale captures a time and place where differences could be settled by games and a cold war could be put on ice. In 1980, the United States Ice Hockey team's coach, Herb Brooks, took a ragtag squad of college kids up against the legendary juggernaut from the Soviet Union at the Olympic Games. Despite the long odds, Team USA carried the pride of a nation yearning from a distraction from world events. With the world watching the team rose to the occasion, prompting broadcaster Al Michaels' now famous question, to the millions viewing at home: Do you believe in miracles? Yes!
Reagans, The (2003) as George Shultz
This broad examination of the lives of Ronald and Nancy Reagan includes a look at their clan's volatile family dynamics and spans five decades, from the couple's early careers as actors, through Reagan's governorship and eventual ascension to the Presidency. The ever-changing social and political c
Chicago (2003) as Judge
In the Roaring Twenties, a murderess tries to turn her trial into a ticket to fame.
Keep the Faith, Baby (2002) as John Mccormack
Biopic of the controversial, late African-American Congressman from Harlem (New York), Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. A charismatic minister and politician, Powell is beloved by his constituents in Harlem, but villified by his many powerful enemies in Washington. Even as others plot against him, he is abl
Day Reagan Was Shot, The (2002) as Donald Regan
The assassination attempt on former President Reagan.
Scared Silent (2002)
Kathy Clifson's life is turned upside down when her husband takes on a new deputy, a man who raped Kathy when she was in high school. Kathy learns that she wasn't John McCrane's only victim either.
What Makes a Family (2001) as Judge Black
Two gay women have a daughter through artificial insemination. When one of them dies, the parents of the dead partner try to take the child. Based on the true story of Janine Radcliffe.<P>Janine Nielssen first comes to terms with her own sexuality when she meets Sandy Cataldi, an out-of-the-closet l
Law of Enclosures, The (2000) as Hank
Beatrice and Henry are inexplicably and impossibly stuck in 1991 - stuck in the same jobs and fashions, stuck with the same scars and habits, and stuck watching the same thing on television day in and day out. For 40 years, they have been prisoners of their marriage - and the Gulf War, which rages o
House Divided, A (2000) as Rutherford
David Dickson is a wealthy plantation owner in antebellum Georgia who fathers Amanda by raping one of his slaves, Julia. Julia relinquishes Amanda to the Dicksons, realizing that her baby will be raised free because she was born with fair skin. Amanda is raised and educated by her father and grandmo
Possible Worlds (2000) as Inspector Berkley
George Barber is, if nothing else, dead - of gruesome, unnatural causes. While police detective Berkley and his assistant Williams set out to unravel the mystery, we glimpse various permutations of George's lives and relationships with Joyce. As George puts it, "Each of us exists in an infinite numb
Who Killed Atlanta's Children? (2000) as Melton
Two "Spin" magazine reporters conduct an unrelenting search for the truth in the Atlanta child murders of 1979-1981, resulting in an explosive article in the magazine.<P>From 1979 to 1981, 29 African-American males, mostly children, were either missing or found murdered in metro Atlanta. The cases p
Family of Cops III (1999) as Jim Gerkowsky
Just as Inspector Paul Fein's lifelong ambition to become chief of police is attainable, circumstances cause his promotion to slip out of reach. Paul is in a meeting with the current chief of police to discuss the murders of multi-millionaire Phillip Chandler and his wife, as well as Paul's possible
Roswell: The Aliens Attack (1999) as Woodburn
After aliens crash in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947, two gray alien bodies are found dead, but two others survive and take on human forms. The aliens, John and Eve, are on a mission to eradicate the Earth of all human life. They set out to gain entrance to the Roswell Air Base, where their mission is
Woman Wanted (1999)
When a woman answers a help-wanted ad she finds herself entering the lives of an estranged father and his troubled son.
Simon Birch (1998) as Chief Al Cork
Simon Birch was the smallest delivery ever recorded in the history of Gravestown memorial hospital. The doctors proclaimed Simon a miracle, and ever since he's been quick to remind anyone who forgets. Simon's certain he's gonna be a hero... he's just not sure how. In the meantime, he argues about fa
Defenders, The: Payback (1997) as John Broderick
Television movie remake of the 1960s courtroom drama series, "The Defenders." After the death of his eldest son and his partner in the law firm of Preston and Preston, senior partner, Lawrence Preston enlists his granddaughter, M.J, a former prosecutor, and his other son Don, a law professor, to continue the work of ensuring that every individual accused of a crime is entitled to a proper defense. In this telefilm, a father murders the rapist of his young daughter after the man is released from prison and moves back to his old neighborhood. The Prestons take the case even though the father is unrepentent and unwilling to offer the attorneys any help in finding legally mitigating circumstances for his actions.
Absolute Truth, The (1997) as Hal Gelson
A producer of a news program is forced to confront the issue of morals and ethics in the world of politics and television journalism when she is given inside information on a presidential candidate who has been sexually harrassing his employees.
What Happened to Bobby Earl? (1997) as Mr Earl
Bobby Earl is the pride of his working-class family when he is the first to go to college. He is recruited into a popular fraternity where Tom, a charming classmate, befriends him. Tom falls for a wealthy older woman, Chelsea, who finds jobs for both boys at her business. After graduation Tom and Ch
Affliction (1997) as Evan Twombley
Wade Whitehouse is the sheriff of Lawford, New Hampshire who has rarely risen to any challenge and has remained, despite his age, an overgrown teenager. He is a glorified crossing guard in this quiet, dreary town. On the first day of deer season, Wade's friend Jack takes a wealthy businessman out to
Every 9 Seconds (1997) as Mike Mcconnell
When journalist Carrie Breiter volunteers at a crisis hotline, she takes matters into her own hands in order to save two women who have called in looking for protection from their abusive spouses.
... First Do No Harm (1997) as Dr Foreman
A ferociously determined mother sees her four-year-old son's treatment for epilepsy failing and, trusting her own study of his case, defies conventional wisdom to enroll him in a controversial diet treatment.
Sins of Silence (1996) as Lee Keating
Drama about the relationship between a former nun who runs a rape crisis center and a young woman whom she counsels and ultimately goes to jail to protect. Based on actual events.
Gang in Blue (1996) as Clete Mirkovich
An African-American cop suspects that a highly-organized white supremacist secret society, called "The Phantoms," exists in his own police precinct. When he contacts the FBI, he gets no response. Deserted on all fronts, he puts his life in danger in order to gather evidence against the group. He fin
Swann (1996) as Homer
The brutal murder of a farmer's wife brings together two very different people: a sophisticated bestselling author and a reclusive country woman.
Hostile Advances: The Kerry Ellison Story (1996) as Jim Ellison
Television movie based on the true story of Kerry Ellison, a young, single, female IRS agent who sued a male co-worker for sexual harassment. The 1986 U.S. court case established a new legal standard for examining sexual harassment and sexual discrimination in the workplace.
Iron Eagle IV (1995) as Wilcox
Retired Air Force General "Chappy" Sinclair opens a flight school for teenagers in trouble with the law, and enlists the aid of a former pilot to help teach them. While in training, the kids and their instructor stumble upon a plot by extremists from within the military to use chemical warfare on Cu
Fight For Justice: The Nancy Conn Story (1995) as Elton
A woman who survives a brutal attack is stalked when her assailant escapes from prison. She assists in his capture for a second time, only to find out several years later that he is up for parole and is still seeking vengeance. Realizing the court system cannot keep her completely safe, she fights b
Tommy Boy (1995) as Rittenhauer
When Tommy Callahan graduates triumphantly after seven years of college with a D+ average and returns to Sandusky, Ohio, to learn the family business, no one is prouder than his father, Big Tom--or more surprised than his hometown. Callahan Auto Parts is the lifeblood of the town, so when Big Tom takes a new bride, young Tommy finds himself confronted with buyout attempts and intrigue. It becomes clear that the only way to save the plant and the town rests squarely on Tommy''s round shoulders. Hopelessly oafish, Tommy enlists the reluctant aid of Big Tom''s former righthand man, Richard Hayden. Together, the two hit the road. And the road hits back.
Almost Golden: The Jessica Savitch Story (1995) as Mack Stevens
Television movie based on the life of one of television's first female network news anchors, the late Jessica Savitch, who, plagued by insecurity and driven by overriding ambition, ultimately became a casualty of the cutthroat world of broadcast news that created her.
Air Up There, The (1994) as Coach Ray Fox
An assistant coach and onetime college star, whose headstrong personal style has threatened his rise to head coach, spots a teenage basketball sensation on a videotape sent back from one of the college''s religious missions in Africa. Hoping to advance his own career in the process, he quickly sets out to recruit the 6-foot-10 player for his lackluster team.
Fatal Vows: The Alexandra O'Hara Story (1994) as Shapiro
A woman unknowingly marries a serial killer.
Guilty As Sin (1993) as Nolan
A defense attorney finds herself doubting her client''s innocence as he manipulates his way into both her business and personal lives.
Neighbor, The (1993) as Lt Crow
Young expectant parents-to-be think their new next-door neighbor wants to kill their unborn child.
Trial & Error (1993) as Albert Grant
The political future of a district attorney is jeopardized when he uncovers evidence that points to the innocence of a man he put on death row.
Bordertown Cafe (1991) as Jim
The problems faced by a family living on the US-Canadian border.
Run (1991) as Marv
A college student''s summer road trip turns into a nightmare when he''s unjustly accused of murdering the only son of a ruthless crime lord.
Naked Lunch (1991) as O'Brien
A part-time exterminator and full-time drug addict longs to be a writer. Filled with disillusion and dissatisfaction, he murders his wife and escapes to the fantasy world of Interzone. There, in his altered state, surrounded by half-alien, half bug creatures and other oddities, he finds he can write
Murder Times Seven (1990) as Victor Morgan
A television movie sequel. Detective Frank Janek and his Internal Affairs squad clash with a special task force while investigating a grissly mass murder in which a victim is one of Janek's former partners, a once highly regarded officer now suspected of unlawful activities.
Mind Field (1989)
A CIA financed psychiatrist experiments with LSD on humans.
Criminal Law (1988) as Jacob Fisher
A lawyer discovers that his client, freed of murder charges, is actually guilty, and that he is now the murderer's next victim.
See No Evil (1988) as Ministry Of Labor Inspector
Docu-drama recreating the fight for stronger industrial health and safety standards following an accident at a tranformer plant in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Big Town, The (1987) as Roy Mcmullin
A hot young gambler gets caught between a mob boss and his moll.
Crazy Moon (1987) as Anne'S Father
Taking Care (1987) as Ed
A nurse investigates suspicious deaths in a hospital.
Ghost of a Chance (1987) as Captain Tom Shields
A television movie about a veteran policeman who accidentally kills a musician. The ghost of the musician returns to persuade the cop to steer the musician's grandson away from drug peddlers and into a life of music.
High Price of Passion, The (1986) as John Benedict
The sordid true tale of a Tufts University professor who becomes obsessed with a prostitute and is driven to murder, as recounted in Russell M. Glitman's book, is enacted by Richard Crenna, at the head of a lengthy Canadian cast. Tufts officials doubtless were unnerved to discover that in this rathe
Flying (1986) as Jack
Easy Prey (1986) as Paul Worthy
A young California girl struggles for survival after being abducted by the leading suspect in a string of rape-murders. When 16-year-old Tina Risico is abducted by Christopher Wilder at a shopping mall, her behavior surprises him. She does not beg or plead for her life--the kind of behavior that i
Anne of Green Gables (1986) as Dr O'Reilly
A four-part Canadian adaptation of L.M. Montgomery's classic novel for young people. An elderly bachelor and his spinster sister want to adopt an orphan to help with the farm chores. But the orphanage mistakenly sends a mischievous, talkative, headstrong girl.The drama relates the adventures of Anne
Alex: The Life of a Child (1986) as Dr Ralph Stanwyck
Touching but melancholy dramatization of real-life sportswriter Frank Delford's book about his eight-year-old daughter's losing battle with cystic fibrosis, with Craig T. Nelson and Bonnie Bedelia as the grieving parents and Gennie James as the young girl. Carol Evan McKeand and Nigel McKeand earned
Many Happy Returns (1986) as Calvin B Dixon
An average citizen who gets audited by an IRS office tries to meet its quota. The comedy relates the bizarre manner in which the IRS chooses to operate. Before the IRS is finished with their audit, Bud Robinson has had his bank accounts frozen, and his car, shop and house confiscated. To complicate
Reckless Disregard (1985) as Harold Stern
Based largely on the 1983 trial in Los Angeles of Dr. Carl A. Galloway against both CBS and Dan Rather, following a Rather report on "60 Minutes" linking the doctor with a pill-dispensing clinic, this fictional account (filmed in Toronto) parallels the case to a great extent, pitting a small-time la
Guardian, The (1984) as Lieutenant John Yaeger
A film about a group of apartment-dwellers who, in the aftermath of a murder within their apartment building, hire a security guard -- a no-nonsense ex-military man. Everyone is pleased with Mack except Charlie Hyatt, a liberal who feels that the guard too often takes the law into his own hands, unt
Death Hunt (1981) as News Reporter
Reclusive trapper Albert Johnson lives in the frigid mountains near the Yukon river. When he is wrongfully accused of murder by his enemies and persecuted by the police, Johnson's expert knowledge of the wilderness allows him to survive as his defends his freedom.
Silence Of The North (1981) as Man On Soup Line
Atlantic City (1980)
An aging gangster''''s love for a gambling house waitress puts him in the middle of a heist gone bad.
Hog Wild (1980) as Colonel Warner
Nothing Personal (1980) as Jake Barnes
Torn Between Two Lovers (1979) as Dr Farris
A women's picture dealing with a happily married suburbanite who becomes romantically attached to a handsome architect she meets at O'Hare airport in Chicago. Its distinction comes from Lee Remick's presence and her reteaming with director Delbert Mann with whom she worked a similar magic on "Breaki
Title Shot (1979) as Lieutenant Grace
In Toronto, Canada, a troubled police detective investigates fixed betting and corruption in the world of heavyweight boxing. He uncovers a plot by a crime boss to use computerised data to rig fights. Everything is resolved during an explosive finale, set during a world heavyweight championship bout.
Three Card Monte (1978) as Car Salesman
Uncanny, The (1977) as Inspector ("Hollywood 1936")
Wilbur Gray, a horror writer, has stumbled upon a terrible secret, that cats are supernatural creatures who really call the shots. In a desperate attempt to get others to believe him, Wilbur spews three tales of feline horror.
Far Shore, The (1976) as Cluny
Sudden Fury (1975) as Polanski
Quiet Day in Belfast, A (1973) as Peter O'Lurgan

Producer (feature film)

Desolation Angels (1996) as Associate Producer
Nick and Sid have been close friends since college, although they share little in common other than the same group of friends. Nick agonizes over his troubled family and struggles to make ends meet making truck deliveries; Sid, bored and frustrated, sponges off his wealthy mother. Nick returns from

Editing (feature film)

Desolation Angels (1996) as Assistant Editor
Nick and Sid have been close friends since college, although they share little in common other than the same group of friends. Nick agonizes over his troubled family and struggles to make ends meet making truck deliveries; Sid, bored and frustrated, sponges off his wealthy mother. Nick returns from

Music (feature film)

Shipping News, The (2001) as Song ("Bad As I Am")
A man makes a journey to self-discovery when he returns to his ancestral home on the coast of Newfoundland. After the death of his estranged wife, Quoyle's fortunes begin to change when his long lost Aunt Agnis convinces him to head north with his daughter Bunny. He relocates to the small coastal vi
Brokedown Palace (1999) as Song ("Police Skank (The Story Of My Life)")
Under the magical and golden Thailand sun, Alice and Darlene meet a seductive and handsome Australian, Nick Parks. Both girls are smitten with Nick, who eventually asks Darlene to spend the night with him--much to the surprise of the outgoing Alice. When Nick proposes a quick side trip to Hong Kong,

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Desolation Angels (1996) as Production Manager
Nick and Sid have been close friends since college, although they share little in common other than the same group of friends. Nick agonizes over his troubled family and struggles to make ends meet making truck deliveries; Sid, bored and frustrated, sponges off his wealthy mother. Nick returns from

Cast (special)

Police File (1994) as Lieutenant O'Leary
A reality-based special in which viewers see the same criminal incident reenacted from several perspectives -- the victim, the witness, the potential suspect, along with the detectives, and decide who's telling the truth.
Christmas in America: A Love Story (1989) as Jerry Bowers
A dramatic special about four Christmases in the life of a professional photographer, beginning with the year he received his first camera as a boy and concluding with his reflections on his life as an older man. Based on the Rogers' 1988 book "Christmas in America," a photo anthology.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Pentagon Papers, The (2003) as John Mitchell
Evidence of Blood (1998) as Theodore Warfield
Dogboys (1998) as Pappy
Deadly Matrimony Part 1 (1992)
A miniseries based on the true story of the murder of Dianne Masters, whose killing was arranged by her husband, a Mafia-connected attorney.
Common Ground (1990) as Frank Power
A two-part miniseries based on J. Anthony Lucas' book "Common Ground." It Chronicles the court-ordered desegregation of Boston schools during the early 1970s. The story centers on three Boston families, all trying to provide a better life for their children, but choosing decidedly different ways to
Small Sacrifices (1989) as Russell Wells
A two-part miniseries based on Ann Rule's book, "Small Sacrifices." A mother is accused of shooting her three children in 1983 in a small town in Oregon as a "sacrifice" to her married lover. A determined district attorney uncovers the circumstances surrounding the crime.
I'll Take Manhattan (1987) as Uncle Bob
Tinselly eight-hour miniseries based on Judith Krantz's best-selling romantic novel of, as the publicity releases heralded, "a young woman's struggle to preserve her father's magazine empire against treachery from within, set against the glamorous, exciting and powerful world of New York magazine pu

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Million Dollar Babies (1994) as Mitch Hepburn
Based on the true story of the Dionnes, a French Canadian couple who had identical quintuplets in 1934 and then struggled to regain custody of their children from the greedy, media-hungry doctor who delivered and exploited them.
Passion and Paradise (1989) as Captain Ed Meacham
A two-part miniseries based on the true-life 1943 murder of Sir Harry Oakes, a wealthy businessman who was killed in the Bahamas. Oakes' protective love for his daughter had clashed with her defiant love for the handsome gigolo she married. Alfred DeMarigny becomes the prime suspect in the murder of

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