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Also Known As: James Patrick Sheridan Died:
Born: July 12, 1951 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Pasadena, California, USA Profession: actor

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A handsome, former stage actor turned lead and second lead on TV and in films, Sheridan is cable of projecting a range from good-guy niceness to cop toughness. Bitten by the acting bug after a knee injury ruined his chances for a dance career, he left California to pursue stage work, eventually scoring several impressive successes off and on Broadway, including a Tony nomination for his work in the 1987 revival of "All My Sons."

A handsome, former stage actor turned lead and second lead on TV and in films, Sheridan is cable of projecting a range from good-guy niceness to cop toughness. Bitten by the acting bug after a knee injury ruined his chances for a dance career, he left California to pursue stage work, eventually scoring several impressive successes off and on Broadway, including a Tony nomination for his work in the 1987 revival of "All My Sons."

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Sully (2016)
2.
 Spotlight (2015)
3.
 East, The (2013)
5.
 Game Change (2012)
6.
 Handsome Harry (2009)
7.
 Dear Prudence (2008)
8.
9.
 Desert Saints (2002) Scanlon
10.
 Video Voyeur: The Susan Wilson Story (2002) Steve Glover
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1978:
Made stage debut in "Tooth of Crime" at the Williamstown Theatre Festival
1979:
Off-Broadway debut, "Just a Little Bit Less Than Normal"
1981:
Made TV debut in "Mystery at Fire Island," an episode of CBS' "Children's Mystery Theatre"
1984:
Made prime-time debut in an episode of NBC's "St. Elsewhere"
1985:
Joined the cast of "Biloxi Blues" on Broadway as Sgt. Toomey
1986:
Feature film debut, a small part in "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
1986:
TV-movie debut "One Police Plaza" (CBS)
1987:
Scored critical acclaim as Chris Keller in the Broadway revival of "All My Sons"
1990:
Starred in the NBC series "Shannon's Deal"
1994:
Starred in the ABC miniseries "Stephen King's 'The Stand'"
1995:
Joined cast of "Chicago Hope" (CBS)
1997:
Appeared in pilot of the NBC sitcom "Veronica's Closet"; replaced when show was picked up as a series
1998:
Cast as the mysterious father in "Luminous Motion"
1999:
Had featured role in "Cradle Will Rock"
2000:
Played Brutus in the New York Shakespeare Festival's staging of "Julius Caesar" in Central Park
2000:
Acted alongside Mercedes Ruehl in the CBS "Hallmark Hall of Fame" presentation, "The Lost Child"
2000:
Co-starred as Claudius in Campbell Scott's version of "Hamlet" made for the Odyssey TV network
2001:
Played Captain James Deakins in the NBC series "Law & Order: Criminal Intent"
2001:
Portrayed the buttoned-up husband of Kristin Scott Thomas in "Life as a House"
2009:
Cast on the short-lived NBC drama, "Trauma"
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Education

University of California, Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara , California - 1976

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wife:
Collette Kilroy.

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father:
Marvin Daniel Sheridan. Actor; stuntman.
mother:
Josephine Suzannne Sheridan.

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