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J. T. Walsh

Born September 28, 1943 in San Francisco, California, USA
​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.  

James Thomas Patrick "J. T." Walsh (September 28, 1943 – February 27, 1998) was an American character actor. He appeared in many well-known films, including Nixon, Hoffa, A Few Good Men, Backdraft, Miracle on 34th Street and Breakdown.
Walsh was known for his roles as "quietly sinister white-collar sleazeballs" (quote from Leonard Maltin) in numerous feature films, and was described as "everybody's favorite scumbag" by Playboy magazine.

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Actor
as "Jonathan Zanuck"
as "Big Bob"
as "Insp. Terence Niebaum"
Hope (1997)
as "Ray Percy"
Breakdown (1997)
as "Warren 'Red' Barr"
as "Cake"
as "Col. Norman Schwarzkopf"
as "Lt. William Eyler"
as "Charles Bushman"
as "Senator Mavros"
as "Ted Hannon"
Nixon (1995)
as "John Ehrlichman"
as "Darryl"
as "Mike Sr"
as "Harry Tucker"
as "Lt. John Quinn"
Outbreak (1995)
as ""
as "Ed Collins"
as "Sheriff Mitch Rivers"
The Client (1994)
as "Jason McThune"
as "Frank Griffith"
as "Charles Bushman"
Blue Chips (1994)
as "Happy"
as "Danforth 'Buster' Keeton III"
as "Wayne Brown"
Sniper (1993)
as "Chester Van Damme"
as "Sheriff Reese Goodloe"
Partners (1993)
as ""Grave Squad" Lawyer"
Hoffa (1992)
as "Frank Fitzsimmons"
as "Lt. Col. Matthew A. Markinson"
Contact (1993)
as ""
The Prom (1992)
as "Grover Dean"
Iron Maze (1991)
as "Jack Ruhle"
as "Steven Seldes"
as "Houston"
Backdraft (1991)
as "Alderman Marty Swayzak"
as "Colonel Quinn"
Misery (1990)
as "State Trooper Sherman Douglas"
as "Cole"
as "Michael Tarlow"
as "Drucker"
Why Me? (1990)
as "Francis Mahoney"
Dad (1989)
as "Dr. Santana"
as "Allen Habel"
Wired (1989)
as "Bob Woodward"
as "Agent Hal McGuire"
as "Hotel Manager"
as "Sgt. Major Dickerson"
as "The Businessman"
Tin Men (1987)
as "Wing"
as "Ed Smythe"
Power (1986)
as "Jerome Cade"
as "Major Vegvary"
as "Deputy Anderson"
as "Principal Stoddard"
as "Man in Bar"
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