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Born: May 31, 1957 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Tacoma, Washington, USA Profession: actor, director, assistant manager at a pizza shop, theater usher, yoga instructor

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Slender, handsome player of films and TV with a wistful, boyish look, often cast in roles with an antagonistic edge to them. Secor entered acting after high school, training at the Los Angeles Actors and Directors Lab and with the improvisational group The Groundlings, and acting in local productions of "Equus" and "The Lion in Winter", among others. Secor made several films appearances in the late 1980s in the likes of "Heart of Dixie" (1989) and also played a dying AIDS patient on five episodes of TV's "St. Elsewhere". More good work followed with his Bertram Cates, the 20s teacher prosecuted for teaching the theory of evolution, in a TV-movie remake of "Inherit the Wind" (1988).

Slender, handsome player of films and TV with a wistful, boyish look, often cast in roles with an antagonistic edge to them. Secor entered acting after high school, training at the Los Angeles Actors and Directors Lab and with the improvisational group The Groundlings, and acting in local productions of "Equus" and "The Lion in Winter", among others. Secor made several films appearances in the late 1980s in the likes of "Heart of Dixie" (1989) and also played a dying AIDS patient on five episodes of TV's "St. Elsewhere". More good work followed with his Bertram Cates, the 20s teacher prosecuted for teaching the theory of evolution, in a TV-movie remake of "Inherit the Wind" (1988).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Infidelity (2004) Jim Montet
2.
 Wrinkle in Time, A (2004) Hank
3.
 Bailey's Mistake (2001) Lowell Lenox
4.
 Homicide: The Movie (2000) Detective Tim Bayliss
5.
 Beat (2000) Dave Kammerer
6.
 Mind Games (1998) Doug Berrick
7.
 Her Desperate Choice (1996) Jim
8.
 Midwest Obsession (1995) Kevin Reese
9.
 Drop Zone (1994) Swoop
10.
 Untamed Heart (1993) Howard
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Milestones close milestones

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Grew up in Federal Way, Washington
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Saw a performance of the musical play, "Hello, Dolly!", at a local college and followed up on his desire to be an actor
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Eventually moved to Los Angeles; gained experience acting in local productions in several cities in plays including "The Lion in Winter", "Charley's Aunt", "Equus", "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof", "Antony and Cleopatra" and "Look Homeward Angel"
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Appeared in several TV commercials
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Acted role of Brian Bradford on the NBC soap "Santa Barbara"
1988:
First TV-movie, a remake of "Inherit the Wind"
1987:
Played the recurring role of Brett Johnston on the NBC medical drama, "St. Elsewhere"
1991:
Breakthrough year in features; acted in five major studio releases
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First role as TV series regular; played Detective Tim Bayliss on the NBC police drama, "Homicide: Life on the Street"; made directorial debut with episode in 1999
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Played recurring role of a book editor on Fox's "Party of Five"
2000:
Joined cast of the CBS medical drama "City of Angels"
2001:
Had regular role on the ABC fall drama series "Philly"
2005:
Cast as Rod Allen, the president's husband in ABC's "Commander-in-Chief"
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Education

Green River Community College: Auburn , Washington -

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