James Le Gros
|Spouse(s)||Kristina Loggia (m. 1992)|
James Le Gros ( // ) is an American actor. He was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male for his performance in Living in Oblivion .
James Le Gros appeared as Rick in Gus Van Sant's 1989 Drugstore Cowboy . One of his best-known roles was in Living in Oblivion (directed by Tom DiCillo, also starring Steve Buscemi and Catherine Keener). Le Gros played Chad Palomino, an acting divo with endless "a-list" star demands for a "b-movie" director and crew. Le Gros appeared on Showtime's Sleeper Cell (as Special Agent Ray Fuller) and on Law & Order . He was also a cast member on the television series Ally McBeal and guest-starred on Roseanne , Punky Brewster , The Outer Limits , and Friends . He portrayed Dr. Dan Harris on the NBC series Mercy .Le Gros portrayed Peter Gray in the Dark Sky thriller Bitter Feast .
He is the first actor to appear on TV as Deputy United States Marshal Raylan Givens in the TV film Pronto, based on a book by Elmore Leonard. Le Gros also appeared on the TV series Justified (which centers on the character Raylan Givens) as antagonist Wade Messer.
Le Gros married actress and photographer Kristina Loggia, daughter of actor Robert Loggia, in 1992. They have two sons; their son Noah is also an actor.
|1986||The Ladies Club||Jesse||Film debut|
|1987||Near Dark||Teenage Cowboy|
|1987||Real Men||Buddy MacGruder|
|1987||Fatal Beauty||Zack Jaeger|
|1987||*batteries not included||Goon #2|
|1988||Phantasm II||Mike Pearson|
|1989||Born on the Fourth of July||Platoon - Vietnam|
|1991||Blood and Concrete||Lance|
|1991||Where the Day Takes You||'Crasher'|
|1992||Gun Crazy||Howard Hickok|
|1992||My New Gun||Skippy|
|1994||Bad Girls||William Tucker|
|1994||Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle||Deems Taylor|
|1994||Don't Do It||Dodger|
|1995||Living in Oblivion||Chad Palomino||Nominated—Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male|
|1995||Destiny Turns on the Radio||Harry Thoreau|
|1995||The Low Life||Mike Jr.|
|1996||The Destiny of Marty Fine||'Grill'|
|1996||Countdown||Lieutenant Michael Killip|
|1997||The Myth of Fingerprints||Cézanne|
|1998||L.A. Without a Map||Takowsky|
|1998||There's No Fish Food in Heaven||D.J.|
|1998||Enemy of the State||Jerry Miller, Attorney|
|2000||Drop Back Ten||Peter Barnes|
|2000||If You Only Knew||Jack|
|2001||Scotland, Pa.||Joe 'Mac' McBeth|
|2001||Lovely and Amazing||Paul|
|2004||Straight Into Darkness||Soldier|
|2004||Catch That Kid||Ferrell|
|2005||Trust the Man||Dante|
|2006||The Last Winter||James Hoffman||Nominated—Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Ensemble Cast|
|2007||Zodiac||Officer George Bawart|
|2007||Cough Drop||Paul Dewey||Short film|
|2008||Vantage Point||Ted Heinkin|
|2008||Dry Rain||Stil||Short film|
|2008||Fragments||Dr. Dan Howland||Also known as "Winged Creatures"|
|2009||Welcome to Academia||Revis|
|2010||Bitter Feast||Peter Grey||Nominated—Fangoria Chainsaw Award for Best Actor|
|2012||Big Miracle||Karl Hootkin|
|2013||Redwood Highway||Michael Vaughn|
|2013||Don't Let Me Go||Chris Madsen|
|2013||A Birder's Guide to Everything||Donald Portnoy|
|2013||Night Moves||Feed Factory Clerk|
|2013||Three Hours Between Planes||Donald Plant||Short film|
|2014||The Young Kieslowski||Walter Mallard|
|2014||Big Muddy||Buford Carver|
|2015||Point Break||FBI Deputy Director #2|
|2016||Certain Women||Ryan Lewis|
|2016||The People Garden||Director|
|2017||Dating My Mother||Chester|
|2018||Support the Girls||'Cubby'|
|2018||Wildling||The Wolf Man|
|2018||Buck Run||William Templeton|
|TBA||Medicine Man||William Rossdale||Post-production|
|1984||Knight Rider||'Trasher'||Television debut|
Episode: "The Rotten Apples"; credited as James Le Gros
|1984||The Ratings Game||Car Attendant||Television Movie; credited as James Legros|
|1985||Simon & Simon||Punk Boy||Episode: "Slither"|
|1985||Punky Brewster||'Blade'||2 episodes|
|1985||CBS Schoolbreak Special||Freddie Cruz||Episode: "Ace Hits the Big Time"|
|1993||Class of '96||Lucas Miller||Episode: "When Whitney Met Linda"|
|1996||Roseanne||Mr. Schlosser||Episode: "Springtime for David"|
|1996||Marshal Law||'Cougar'||Television Movie|
|1997||The Outer Limits||Ben Conklin||Episode: "Dead Man's Switch"|
|1997||Pronto||Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens||Television Movie|
|1998||ER||Dr. Max Rocher||Recurring role; 3 episodes|
|1998||L.A. Doctors||Dwight Anthony||Episode: "Under the Radar"|
|1999||Border Line||Dan MacIvers||Television Movie|
|2000||Common Ground||Amos||Television Movie|
|2000–2001||Ally McBeal||Mark Albert||recurring role; 28 episodes|
Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
|2002||Friends||Jim Nelson||Episode: "The One with the Tea Leaves"|
|2002||Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie||Troy||Television Movie|
|2002||Damaged Love||Doug Peeno||Television Movie|
|2003||The Street Lawyer||Barry Nuzzo||Television Movie|
|2004||Paradise||Matthew Paradise||Television Movie|
|2005||Law & Order||Dwight Jacobs||Episode: "Red Ball"|
|2005||Sleeper Cell||Special Agent Ray Fuller||recurring role; 7 episodes|
|2009–2010||Mercy||Dr. Dan Harris||recurring role; 22 episodes|
|2010||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Bill Harris||Episode: "Behave"|
|2011||Mildred Pierce||Wally Burgan||Television Miniseries; 5 episodes|
|2011–2014||Justified||Wade Messer||recurring role; 6 episodes|
|2012||Grey's Anatomy||Jerry||Episode: "Flight"|
|2012||House M.D.||Oliver||Episode: "Everybody Dies"|
|2012||Girls||Jeff Lavoyt||recurring role; 4 episodes|
|2013||Revenge||Father Paul Whitley||recurring role; 3 episodes|
|2013||The Good Wife||Judge Adam Tolkin||Episode: "The Next Month"|
|2013||The Sixth Gun||Bill John O'Henry||Television Movie|
|2014||Constantine||Ellis McGee||Episode: "The Darkness Beneath"|
|2014–2016||Person of Interest||Bruce Moran||recurring role; 3 episodes|
|2015||Battle Creek||Mitchell Ford||Episode: "Stockholm"|
|2016||Billions||Henchman||Episode: "Boasts and Rails"|
|2017||Fear the Walking Dead||Eddie||Episode: "Things Bad Begun"|
|2018–2019||Blue Bloods||Don Voorhees||2 episodes|
|2018||Castle Rock||Sheriff||Episode: "Harvest"|
|2019||The Passage||Horace Guilder||5 episodes|
|2020||Hunters||Hank Grimsby||5 episodes|
|2020||Love Life||Larry Carter||2 episodes|
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Justified is an American Western crime drama television series that premiered on March 16, 2010, on the FX network. Developed by Graham Yost, it is based on Elmore Leonard's stories about the character Raylan Givens, particularly "Fire in the Hole". Timothy Olyphant portrays Raylan Givens, a tough deputy U.S. Marshal enforcing his own brand of justice. The series revolves around the inhabitants and culture in the Appalachian mountains area of eastern Kentucky, specifically Harlan County where many of the main characters grew up. It also features Lexington, Kentucky where the local U.S. Marshals office is situated. The series, comprising 78 episodes, was aired over six seasons and concluded on April 14, 2015.
Raylan Givens is a fictional character created by American novelist and screenwriter Elmore Leonard.
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Pronto is a crime novel written by Elmore Leonard and published in 1993. Leonard introduces three main characters and gets them moving against each other. Harry is constantly reminiscing about World War II. Tommy carries a picture of the old crime boss Frank Costello in his wallet. Raylan is a U.S. Marshal who wears a cowboy hat. In addition, the inclusion of the Ezra Pound stories add more to the understanding of Harry and his reasons for retiring to Rapallo, Italy.
The second season of the American television drama series Justified premiered on February 9, 2011, on FX, and concluded on May 4, 2011, consisting of 13 episodes. The series was developed by Graham Yost based on Elmore Leonard's novels Pronto and Riding the Rap and his short story "Fire in the Hole". Its main character is Raylan Givens, a deputy U.S. Marshal. Timothy Olyphant portrays Givens, a tough federal lawman, enforcing his own brand of justice in his Kentucky hometown. The series is set in the city of Lexington, Kentucky, and the hill country of eastern Kentucky, specifically in and around Harlan.
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