James Whitmore Jr. - Singing songs, all the time!

James Whitmore Jr. - Singing songs, all the time!

First Published: December 2000
Editor's Note:
At the time of this profile's publication, James Whitmore Jr's career found him working on both sides of the camera as both Actor and Director. Since that time 'Jim' has crafted a prolific resume as one of Hollywood's most "in-demand" Television Directors. - We have included that work here!
James Whitmore Jr. | "Black Sheep Squadron" (1976-1977 )

James Whitmore Jr. | "Black Sheep Squadron" (1976-1977 )

James Whitmore Jr. | "Black Sheep Squadron" (1976-1977 )
James Whitmore Jr. | "Black Sheep Squadron" (1976-1977 )
James Whitmore Jr., Dirk Blocker, Jeff MacKay | "Black Sheep Squadron" (1976-1977 )
James Garner, James Whitmore Jr. | "The Rockford Files (1977)
James Garner, James Whitmore Jr., Tom Selleck | "The Rockford Files (1977)
James Whitmore Jr. | "Battlestar Galactica" (1978 )
Tom Selleck, James Whitmore Jr, | "Magnum PI" (1981-1982)
James Whitmore Jr. | "Hunter" (1984-1986)
James Whitmore Jr. | "Hunter" (1984-1986)
James Whitmore Jr. | "Hunter" (1984-1986)
James Whitmore Jr., Fred Dryer | "Hunter" (1984-1986)
James Whitmore Jr., Fred Dryer, Stephanie Kramer | "Hunter" (1984-1986)
James Whitmore Jr., Stephanie Kramer | "Hunter" (1984-1986)
James Whitmore Jr. | "Quantum Leap" (1991-1993 )
James Whitmore Jr. | Working Actor/Director
James Whitmore Jr. | Working Actor/Director
James Whitmore Jr. | Working Actor/Director
James Whitmore Jr. | Working Actor/Director
James Whitmore Jr. | Working Actor/Director
James Whitmore Jr. | Working Actor/Director
James Whitmore Jr., Troy R. Brenna | Director, "Badlands"
Tom Selleck, James Whitmore Jr. | "The Gypsy Warriors" (1978)
James Whitmore Family cir, 1954

James Whitmore Jr. was born into the home of peripatetic, bombastic and pure actor; James Whitmore and his understanding and charming bride Nancy. Little Jimmy was inundated with the harrowing realities of the performers life.

The bone chilling insecurities of waiting out the next job. The undeniable need to perform in front of somebody, anybody! Oftentimes forcing the helpless offspring of the volatile thespian to stand vigil as the actor frothed forth with dramatic tellings of historical minutiae, playing all the characters himself; i.e. Geo. Washington, Honest Abe, Albert Einstein (with full accent) or whoever. The clear madness of the craft surrounded the children as surely as the air they breathed.

Subsequently, it made complete sense that when little Jimmy came of age, and needed to choose a profession. Acting would be the only choice. So after a year of college, futilely trying to pass as a legitimate normal person. Jimmy was forced to throw up his hands and accept the crushing truth, that the only course open to a person of his type, was the dark and much sullied road of the 'actor'.

Off to New York and the 'Golgotha' of show biz. Enrolling at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, he began to explore the beknighted corridors of this ancestral curse.

Sitting on a stage at school, soon after his arrival. The truth of his dilemma started to emerge. For all his involuntary indoctrination into the craft, Jimmy still had yet to realize the true power of the "Curse".

As he sat on the rehearsal stage in "Acting class", he came to terms for the first time with the magic of the craft he was dealing with, he realized that he could be whoever he chose to be. He could express whatever emotions he wanted and no one would hold him responsible for them. You see little Jimmy was 'A COOL GUY', it was not cool to show the world who we were in those days of the 60's.

But as an actor, all the feelings that had, by force, been locked up, could now come flowing out with impunity. This little boy was free! He had a place to live and breathe and he thanked his father and God for the "curse".

He set to work learning how to conjure with this newfound magic. After two years of broadstroke study at the Academy. He returned to California and home. It was the 60's, as we've said, and the world was alive with, Lyndon Johnson's, "Great Society". One adjunct of the shifting times in America was the money that was being spent by the federal government to help heal the wounds that had been created by the horrible racial crimes of our nation against Africans, Latins and ethnic minorities of all types. As an off shoot of this there was a program in Venice, California. Set up to involve the kids of the local "lower class", neighborhoods, in the arts. Acting, music, writing and dance. Little Jimmy got a job there talking about acting to kids who could not have felt farther from the craft.

What they soon discovered though, was that they all could fantasize, that they all could play. "We decided that one of the truly compelling ideas of our lives was that we were different. Black or brown vis-a-vis so-called white."

They did improvs, the young people of color would be Klansmen, Jimmy would be a member of the Panthers. They played that way for awhile exhausting all of their prejudices about how one felt about the other. Then they switched and talked from their own reality and discovered that they really understood very little about how each of them really felt. They learned! The acting "curse", had struck again. It had given them the ability to communicate with and from who they were.

During this time Jim also got his feet wet in the professional arena. Auditioning for T.V. jobs around town. Learning that nobody wants to take a chance on the unproven. Reading well, with no prior experience, can often mean, no job. But you gotta keep throwing it out there until somebody is willing to pick it up, he learned.

First job! One scene on a network T.V. show! James Whitmore Jr. was on his way. He thought, but, "I didn't do another professional job for 5 years"

James was young and got wanderlust. He travelled the world for a few years. He ended up in Trinidad and Tobago working on a production of "The Lark", by Jean Anhouil. Directed by a friend he had met in school in New York. This friend it so happens had a very beautiful and charming sister-in-law. "I could not resist. Her name was Salesha. She and I will have been married 29 years this coming March 28th." [2001]

After getting married, they moved back to California. It was now time to make a real living and he didn't feel that he could do that with acting so he went to work for the L.A. County Flood Control and later for American Tobacco, selling cigarette displays to liquor stores around the L.A. area.

Needless to say, the curse was still coursing through his veins, and he was not too pleased with his situation in the workaday world. One night, laying in bed, Salesha turned to her husband and said, "If you don't go back and try acting, you will never be happy."

"She knew me so well. Once bitten, it was for life, just like a vampire".

As luck would have it, an old friend, Ralph Waite was about to start fulfilling one of his dreams, and that was to start a theatre run by actors for actors. He needed someone to help him as a carpenter and house manager. Still carrying the curse. Jim said he would do it if he could read for some parts in his productions.

He did a small part in, O'Neill's, "The Hairy Ape". "It was thrilling to be on stage again. Especially, with actors like, Mitchell Ryan, Victor Arnold, Lazaro Perez,and Wilford Brimley. Directed by the likes of Mr. Waite. I was in heaven."

The next production of the theater was to be, "The Kitchen", by Arnold Wesker. The day of the read through (Jim was to play a small part of a Vietnam War Vet who wanders into the kitchen for one scene in the last act) the actor who had been cast as the second lead could not make it due to work in a T.V. show. The producer and director (Mr. Waite and Gwen Arner, respectively) asked Jim to read the part for the read through. They felt that he would have no designs on the part, being to them, a neophyte.

Unbeknownst to them, the curse had once again inveigled itself into Jim's life. "My brother-in-law and myself would spend a couple of hours every evening working out. Cold reading off the page with each other. Blowing with, Fugard's, 'Bloodknot", or Albee's,' The Zoo Story". The latter with it's classic monologue," The Story of Jerry and the Dog". 12 pages of performance to blast through and make connections off a page."

So when they asked him to cold read at "The Kitchen" read through, he was ready to play. Well, The guy who was working, lost his part. Probably, in large part, because Jim was in the right place at the right time. But also because he never stopped working, even when he wasn't getting paid.

"The Kitchen", was the big break for Jim. Two or three weeks into the run, after getting some really good reviews, Reality yawned again. Whitmore was nearly broke. Four kids a wife and bills. A paycheck of $55 a week from the theater, was not going to cut it. On the way to the show that night Jim told his brother-in-law, "If I don't get something soon, it's back to selling cigs to liquor stores."

During the show that night Jim heard a laugh in the audience, He thought he recognized it. After the show, the stage manager approached Jim to tell him that an old friend of his from the Academy wanted to come backstage to see him and she had someone with her. When he said this last he seemed to get excited. Even though the actors who were in the show are well known today. In those days most were looking hard for work. The person who was with Jim's friend turned out to be the head of casting for Universal studios! One of the busiest studios at the time for movies and T.V. shows, and he liked Whitmore's work.

Just in the nick of time, a miracle!

Well, the friend, who's name was Milt Hammerman. Had Jim in his office that Monday morning. He put Jim in mini series. He put him in episodic T.V. shows. James Whitmore Jr. was working in the film business as an actor. That was mid-1975, and from that time to this, he has never stopped working.

After a year of working around town on various jobs, Jim was cast in a series called "Baa-Baa Blacksheep". "Doing a series proved to be a great experience, as I got to work everyday in front of a camera. Playing the same guy day in and day out. Going deeper and deeper into a character. It was as much fun as I'd had up to that point as an actor."

It continued to get better and better. After his first year on,"Black Sheep", Jim got a chance to act in his first feature film, "The Boys of Company C", directed by Sidney J. Furie. "We shot the movie in the Philippines. My curse had taken me half way around the world. I was an actor and the world was my oyster."

The next thing that happened when he returned from Asia was just as amazing. He got a call from "The Rockford Files", asking him to come play a guy with James Garner. It just seemed to be one thing after another and he was on his way.

For about eight years, Jim kept busy in the theater, in films and television. "I pretty much never stopped working. Learning and working, working and learning."

In the spring of 1984, a guy Jim had done a lot of work for, Stephen J. Cannell, asked him to be in a new series that he was producing called, "Hunter". Jim boldly said he would, if Cannell would let him direct one of them. Amazingly, he agreed.

So in November of 1984, Little Jimmy began a new career. Directing actors in T.V. shows and movies. Since that day he has shot upwards of 150 hours of film for television. Such shows as, "Wiseguy", "Quantum Leap", "X- Files", "Dawson's Creek", "21 Jump Street", "Profiler", "Pretender", "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "Roswell" and many many more. [see below]

It has been a dream come true for an itinerant thespian. "All I did was just keep doing the work whether I got paid or not. And I ended up getting paid in so many ways I never expected."

Footnote: In 2007, James appeared in "Tuesdays with Morrie" with his father, at the Peterborough Players Theater in Peterborough, NH

James Whitmore Jr's advice to the aspiring actor:

Acting is an art form. Like any art form, excellence is achieved by constant work and exercise.

Notoriety and fame are often the motivation for entrance into the work. But that alone is a fantasy, in spite of the mythology about Lana Turner in Schwabs Drugstore

If you're going to be an actor, explore the craft, heighten your own awareness and hone your instrument. Work in class, work in the theater, where there is no money.

Sing songs,all the time. Tell your characters stories. Explore the truth according to you

And you will be an actor!


Talent Agency

Pantheon Talent
1801 Century Park East Ste 1910
Los Angeles, CA 90067
Phone: 310-201-0120
Fax: 310-201-5958
Email: rice@pantheontalent.com
Representative: Susan Sussman-Laaks (ssussman@pantheontalent.com)
Phone: 310-461-3647

Direct Contact

James Whitmore Jr. (shadowtoon@adelphia.net)

James Whitmore Jr's Credits
 1999 The Pretender (TV Series)
Captain Russ Osborne
- Qallupilluit (1999) ... Captain Russ Osborne
 1995 Beverly Hills, 90210 (TV Series)
Stagecoach Passenger
- The Real McCoy (1995) ... Stagecoach Passenger
 1991-1993 Quantum Leap (TV Series)
Police Captain / Sheriff Clayton Fuller / Bob Crockett
- Mirror Image - August 8, 1953 (1993) ... Police Captain (uncredited)
- Trilogy: Part 1 - August 8, 1955 (1992) ... Sheriff Clayton Fuller (uncredited)
- 8½ Months - November 15, 1955 (1991) ... Bob Crockett
 1992 Stringer
 1992 Tequila and Bonetti (TV Series)
- Reel Life (1992) ... Shadow
 1988 Tricks of the Trade (TV Movie)
 1985-1987 The Twilight Zone (TV Series)
Ira Richman (segment "The Girl I Married") / Sheriff Dennis Wells (segment "Nightcrawlers")
- Song of the Younger World/The Girl I Married (1987) ... Ira Richman (segment "The Girl I Married")
- Little Boy Lost/Wish Bank/Nightcrawlers (1985) ... Sheriff Dennis Wells (segment "Nightcrawlers")
 1984-1986 Hunter (TV Series)
Sgt. Bernie Terwilliger / Bernie Terwilliger
- Overnight Sensation (1986) ... Sgt. Bernie Terwilliger
- The Setup (1986) ... Sgt. Bernie Terwilliger
- The Big Fall (1985) ... Sgt. Bernie Terwilliger
- Million Dollar Misunderstanding (1985) ... Sgt. Bernie Terwilliger
- Killer in a Halloween Mask (1985) ... Sgt. Bernie Terwilliger
 1986 Firefighter (TV Movie)
Capt. Bukowski
 1981-1986 Simon & Simon (TV Series)
Campaign manager Al Goddard / Bill Freeman / Paul Scully
- The Last Harangue (1986) ... Campaign manager Al Goddard
- D.J., D.O.A. (1983) ... Bill Freeman
- Trapdoors (1981) ... Paul Scully
 1985 Dark Horse (TV Movie)
Carl Beattie
 1985 Hill Street Blues (TV Series)
Tony Catina
- What Are Friends For? (1985) ... Tony Catina
 1984-1985 Hardcastle and McCormick (TV Series)
Travis Baker / Kenneth Boyer
- She Ain't Deep But She Sure Runs Fast (1985) ... Travis Baker
- Mr. Hardcastle Goes to Washington (1984) ... Kenneth Boyer
 1985 Street Hawk (TV Series)
Neil Jacobs
- Dog Eat Dog (1985) ... Neil Jacobs
 1984 Highway to Heaven (TV Series)
Richard Gaines
- Dust Child (1984) ... Richard Gaines
 1984 Jessie (TV Series)
Will Baxter
- The Lady Killer (1984) ... Will Baxter
 1984 Airwolf (TV Series)
Sam Houston / Maj. Sam Roper
- Sweet Britches (1984) ... Sam Houston
- Daddy's Gone a Hunt'n (1984) ... Maj. Sam Roper
 1984 Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac (TV Movie)
Captain Larry Wheaton
 1984 Purple Hearts
 1984 Scarecrow and Mrs. King (TV Series)
Colonel Sykes
- The Artful Dodger (1984) ... Colonel Sykes
 1984 T.J. Hooker (TV Series)
Frank Bryce
- Death on the Line (1984) ... Frank Bryce
 1981-1983 The Greatest American Hero (TV Series)
Norman Fackler / Byron Bigsby / Gordon McCready
- Wizards and Warlocks (1983) ... Norman Fackler
- There's Just No Accounting... (1982) ... Byron Bigsby
- Here's Looking at You, Kid (1981) ... Gordon McCready
 1983 Whiz Kids (TV Series)
 1983 Knight Rider (TV Series)
Rick Calley
- Knight Moves (1983) ... Rick Calley
 1982 Don't Cry, It's Only Thunder
Major Flaherty
 1981-1982 Magnum, P.I. (TV Series)
Sebastian Nuzo / Billy Joe Bob Little
- Did You See the Sun Rise? (1982) ... Sebastian Nuzo
- Billy Joe Bob (1981) ... Billy Joe Bob Little
 1982 Bret Maverick (TV Series)
Justice Smith
- The Ballad of Bret Maverick (1982) ... Justice Smith
 1981 The Five of Me (TV Movie)
 1981 Walking Tall (TV Series)
Tom Coleman
- Deadly Impact (1981) ... Tom Coleman
 1981 The Killing of Randy Webster (TV Movie)
Officer Vane
 1980 The Yeagers (TV Series)
Willie Yeager
- The Neighbors (1980) ... Willie Yeager
- The Strong Survive (1980) ... Willie Yeager
 1980 Tenspeed and Brown Shoe (TV Series)
Sgt. Bogart
- This One's Gonna Kill Ya (1980) ... Sgt. Bogart
 1980 The Long Riders
Mr. Jacob Rixley
 1980 Police Story: Confessions of a Lady Cop (TV Movie)
Jeff Allen
 1977-1980 Lou Grant (TV Series)
Nick Boyer / Officer Trask
- Influence (1980) ... Nick Boyer
- Cophouse (1977) ... Officer Trask
 1979 The Chinese Typewriter (TV Movie)
Jim Kilbride
 1977-1979 The Rockford Files (TV Series)
Freddie Beamer / Fred Beamer
- Nice Guys Finish Dead (1979) ... Freddie Beamer
- Beamer's Last Case (1977) ... Fred Beamer
 1979 A Force of One
 1979 David Cassidy - Man Undercover (TV Series)
- Teammates (1979) ... Spanner
 1978 The Eddie Capra Mysteries (TV Series)
 1978 Human Feelings (TV Movie)
 1978 Battlestar Galactica (TV Series)
- The Long Patrol (1978) ... Robber
 1978 Dallas (TV Series)
B.J. 'Buzz' Connors
- Black Market Baby (1978) ... B.J. 'Buzz' Connors
 1978 The Critical List (TV Movie)
Dr. Jack Hermanson
 1978 The Bastard (TV Movie)
Esau Sholto
 1978 The Gypsy Warriors
Captain Sheldon 'Shelly' Alhern
 1978 Police Story (TV Series)
Officer Tim Burke
- The Broken Badge (1978) ... Officer Tim Burke
 1978 The Boys in Company C
Lt. Archer
 1976-1977 Black Sheep Squadron (TV Series)
Capt. James 'Jim' Gutterman
- The Fastest Gun (1977) ... Capt. James 'Jim' Gutterman
- Last One for Hutch (1977) ... Capt. James 'Jim' Gutterman
- W*A*S*P*S (1977) ... Capt. James 'Jim' Gutterman
- Poor Little Lambs (1977) ... Capt. James 'Jim' Gutterman
- Trouble at Fort Apache (1977) ... Capt. James 'Jim' Gutterman
 1976 Law and Order (TV Movie)
Pete Caputo
 1976 Hazard's People (TV Movie)
David Stock
 1976 The Blue Knight (TV Series)
 1976 McMillan & Wife (TV Series)
- Greed (1976) ... Goon
 2014-2018 NCIS: New Orleans (TV Series) (10 episodes)
- Escape Plan (2016)
 2004-2018 NCIS (TV Series) (37 episodes)
- Twofer (2017)
- Being Bad (2016)
- Dead Letter (2016)
 2009-2018 NCIS: Los Angeles (TV Series) (12 episodes)
- Vendetta (2018)
- Battle Scars (2017)
- History (2013)
- Recruit (2012)
- Vengeance (2012)
 2018 The Good Fight (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Day 422 (2018)
 2014-2017 Madam Secretary (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- Convergence (2017)
- So It Goes (2014)
 2016 Notorious (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Taken (2016) ... (as James Whitmore)
 2016 Ray Donovan (TV Series) (1 episode)
 2009-2016 The Good Wife (TV Series) (12 episodes)
- Unmanned (2016)
- Lies (2015)
- Old Spice (2014)
- Hitting the Fan (2013) ... (as James Whitmore)
 2015 Quantico (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Over (2015)
 2014 Suits (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Gone (2014)
- Heartburn (2014)
 2013 King & Maxwell (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Pandora's Box (2013)
 2012-2013 Blue Bloods (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Loss of Faith (2013)
- Working Girls (2012)
 2013 Vegas (TV Series) (1 episode)
 2012 Person of Interest (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Triggerman (2012)
 2010 Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Ho'apono (2010)
 2010 Lie to Me (TV Series) (1 episode)
 2008-2009 The Cleaner (TV Series) (2 episodes)
 2009 Harper's Island (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Sploosh (2009)
 2006-2009 The Unit (TV Series) (5 episodes)
- Hill 60 (2009)
- Play 16 (2007)
- M.P.s (2007)
- Freefall (2007)
- Force Majeure (2006)
 2008 Jack Salmon (Short)
 2007 Cane (TV Series) (1 episode)
 2007 Las Vegas (TV Series) (2 episodes)
 2007 Moonlight (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Fleur De Lis (2007)
 2006-2007 Jericho (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- Vox Populi (2006)
- Four Horsemen (2006)
 2006 Bones (TV Series) (2 episodes)
 2005 CSI: NY (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Trapped (2005)
 2003-2005 Cold Case (TV Series) (6 episodes)
- Start-Up (2005)
- Ravaged (2005)
- Yo, Adrian (2005)
- Discretion (2004)
- Disco Inferno (2004)
 2005 Wanted (TV Series) (1 episode)
 2003-2005 American Dreams (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- It's My Life (2005)
 2003-2004 Dead Like Me (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- Haunted (2004)
- Nighthawks (2003)
 2003 10-8: Officers on Duty (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Badlands (2003)
 1999-2003 Dawson's Creek (TV Series) (6 episodes)
- True Love (2000)
- Four to Tango (1999)
 2002-2003 Star Trek: Enterprise (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Future Tense (2003)
- Acquisition (2002)
 2003 Mister Sterling (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Human Error (2003)
 2001-2002 Providence (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- Gotcha (2002)
- Civil Unrest (2001)
 2001-2002 Witchblade (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- Lagrimas (2002)
- Convergence (2001)
- Thanatopsis (2001)
- Maelstrom (2001)
 2001-2002 Dark Angel (TV Series) (2 episodes)
 2002 First Monday (TV Series)
 2001 JAG (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Redemption (2001)
- Touch and Go (2001)
 2001 The Fugitive (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Sea Change (2001)
 2001 Angel (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Reprise (2001)
 2000-2001 Roswell (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Crazy (2000)
 2000 Young Americans (TV Series) (5 episodes)
- Gone (2000)
- Cinderbella (2000)
- Our Town (2000)
- Pilot (2000)
 2000 Strange World (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Rage (2000)
 2000 Get Real (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- Saved (2000)
- Choices (2000)
 1996-1999 The Pretender (TV Series) (8 episodes)
- End Game (1999)
- Over the Edge (1997)
 1999 Charmed (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Love Hurts (1999) ... (as James Whitmore)
 1998-1999 Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV Series) (5 episodes)
- The Zeppo (1999)
- Gingerbread (1999)
 1998 Cupid (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1998 Sleepwalkers (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1998 Brooklyn South (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Cinnamon Buns (1998)
 1997-1998 Profiler (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Bloodlust (1998)
- Venom (1997)
 1997 Pensacola: Wings of Gold (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1997 Pacific Palisades (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Runaway (1997)
 1997 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1996 Mr. & Mrs. Smith (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1995-1996 Nowhere Man (TV Series) (3 episodes)
 1996 Wiseguy (TV Movie)
 1995 Strange Luck (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Walk Away (1995)
 1995 Crowfoot (TV Movie)
 1995 The X-Files (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1993-1995 The Commish (TV Series) (8 episodes)
- Accused (1995)
 1994 Models Inc. (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1994 Renegade (TV Series) (1 episode)
- South of 98 (1994)
 1993 Melrose Place (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1992 Tequila and Bonetti (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- Reel Life (1992)
 1990 Broken Badges (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1990 Ferris Bueller (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1987-1990 21 Jump Street (TV Series) (8 episodes)
- Hi Mom (1990)
 1985-1990 Hunter (TV Series) (23 episodes)
- The Nightmare (1990)
- Last Run (1989)
- Informant (1989)
- Death Signs (1988)
 1990 Sky High (TV Movie) (part 1)
 1989 Booker (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Bête Noir (1989)
 1989 Wiseguy (TV Series) (1 episode)
- White Noise (1989)
 1987 J.J. Starbuck (TV Series)
 1985 Riptide (TV Series) (1 episode)

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