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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.
 East, The (2013)
3.
 Game Change (2012)
4.
 Handsome Harry (2009)
5.
6.
 Dear Prudence (2008)
7.
 Desert Saints (2002) Scanlon
8.
 Video Voyeur: The Susan Wilson Story (2002) Steve Glover
9.
 Life as a House (2001) Peter Kimball
10.
 Amati Girls, The (2001) Paul
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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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