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|Born:||October 11, 1953||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Hamilton, Massachusetts, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Began acting on stage with the Boston Repertory Theatre
Acted with New York's Circle Repertory Theatre
Made feature debut in Richard Donner's "Inside Moves"
TV-movie debut, "Our Family Business" (ABC)
Series debut as Dr. Jack "Boomer" Morrison in the NBC medical drama "St. Elsewhere"; made directorial debut with two episodes in 1987
First collaboration with director Sean Penn on "The Indian Runner"
Re-teamed with Penn who directed him in "The Crossing Guard"; earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination
Portrayed a Catholic priest in the one-person play "An Almost Holy Picture"
Played title role in the quirky romance "George B."
Appeared as Jodie Foster's father in "Contact"
Received critical praise for his performance in the play "How I Learned to Drive"
Played a prison guard in Frank Darabont's adaptation of the Stephen King novel "The Green Mile"
Acted in Lars von Trier's award-winning "Dancer in the Dark"
Played Meg Ryan's kidnapped spouse in "Proof of Life"
Portrayed the main character of Bobby Garfield as a grown man in "Hearts in Atlantis"
Cast as an ex-police officer turned cab driver in the CBS series "Hack"
Co-starred with Dakota Fanning and Kurt Russell in the family drama "Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story"
Played a recurring role of a detective on the medical drama, "House" (FOX); earned an Emmy nomination for Guest Actor in a Drama Series
Portrayed a man dealing with the loss of his wife in "Nearing Grace"
Co-starred in the thriller "Disturbia," a high-tech teen update of "Rear Window"
Portrayed George Washington in the HBO miniseries "John Adams"; earned an Emmy nomination for Supporting Actor in a Miniseries
Appeared opposite Dakota Fanning in Deborah Kampmeier's controversial drama "Hounddog"
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