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James Rebhorn
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Rebhorn at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival
James Robert Rebhorn

(1948-09-01)September 1, 1948
DiedMarch 21, 2014(2014-03-21) (aged 65)
Education Wittenberg University (BA)
Columbia University (MFA)
Years active1976–2013
Rebecca Fulton Linn(m. 1969)

James Robert Rebhorn (September 1, 1948 – March 21, 2014) was an American character actor who appeared in over 100 films, television series, and plays. At the time of his death, he had recurring roles in the series White Collar and Homeland . He also appeared in films such as Scent of a Woman , Carlito's Way , Independence Day , My Cousin Vinny , and Meet the Parents .

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Early life

Rebhorn was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Ardell Frances (née Hoch) and James Harry Rebhorn, an industrial engineer and salesman. [1] [2] He was of German descent. Rebhorn moved to Anderson, Indiana, as a child and graduated from Madison Heights High School. A devout Lutheran, [3] [4] he attended Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio, where he studied political science.

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While there, he was a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Richard S. Huffman was one of his instructors and directed him in a lead role in Aristophanes' Lysistrata as well as Molière's Tricks of Scapin . After graduating in 1970, Rebhorn moved to New York City, where he earned a Master of Fine Arts in acting from Columbia University's School of the Arts, and joined the metropolitan theater scene.

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An early performance was in Butterflies are Free at the Peterborough Players in New Hampshire in 1974. Rebhorn played Peter Latham in Forty Carats at the GasLight Dinner Theatre in Salt Lake City in the 1970s. He was known both for portraying WASP stereotypes, lawyers, politicians, doctors, and military men, as well as portraying individuals with criminal behavior.

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He has delivered equally notable performances in a variety of other roles, including that of a brutal serial killer on NBC's Law & Order (he would later return to the show in the recurring role of defense attorney Charles Garnett), Ellard Muscatine in Lorenzo's Oil (1992), Fred Waters in Blank Check (1994), Clyde Frost, the father of famed bullrider Lane Frost, in 8 Seconds (1994), Lt. Tyler in White Squall (1996), and a shipping magnate in The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999).

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One of his best known performances came in the popular 1996 film Independence Day , where he played Secretary of Defense Albert Nimzicki. He acted in Scent of a Woman (1992), and also played an expert witness in My Cousin Vinny (1992). He appeared in Carlito's Way as a corrupt district attorney the following year. Rebhorn also played an FBI Agent in the 1994 film Guarding Tess .

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<i>My Cousin Vinny</i> 1992 film by Jonathan Lynn

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Rebhorn played several roles on television, including an abusive stepfather, Bradley Raines, on the soap opera Guiding Light from 1983 to 1985, and an abusive father, Henry Lange, on sister soap As the World Turns from 1988 to 1991. An earlier daytime role was as John Brady in Texas from 1981 to 1982.

Also in 1991, he played the role of Ezra in the television movie/pilot Plymouth . He also cameoed in Madonna’s video for her single "Bad Girl" along with Christopher Walken (1993). In 1994, he appeared in an episode of the Nickelodeon series The Adventures of Pete & Pete , titled "Farewell, My Little Viking" as Mr. McFlemp.

In 1998, he played the District Attorney in the two part series finale of Seinfeld . He also appeared in supporting roles in Regarding Henry , The Game , The Talented Mr. Ripley and Meet the Parents . In 2004, he appeared in the television miniseries Reversible Errors . His role in the short lived and controversial NBC drama The Book of Daniel cast him as the father of the title character. More recently, he appeared in the Showtime series Homeland as Carrie Mathison's father.

In 2004 he appeared on Broadway as Juror 4 in the Roundabout Theatre Company production of "Twelve Angry Men" at the American Airlines Theatre.

Rebhorn also appeared as a judge in Baby Mama . In the movie The Box , Rebhorn portrayed a NASA scientist. He had recurring roles on the series White Collar as Special Agent Reese Hughes, and also as Frank Mathison, the father of protagonist Carrie Mathison, on Homeland . Rebhorn co starred in the Comedy Central sitcom Big Lake in 2010. He played Max Kenton's uncle in the movie Real Steel in 2011. He starred as Oren in the miniseries Coma . Rebhorn starred as Gary Pandamiglio in the 2012 Mike Birbiglia comedy Sleepwalk with Me .

In 2012, he also played the role of Archbishop McGovern in "Leap of Faith" [5] the 13th episode of the 2nd season of the CBS police procedural drama Blue Bloods . He co starred in the romantic comedy The Perfect Wedding in 2013. His stage career included seven Broadway productions, as well as numerous appearances with New York City's Roundabout Theatre Company. [6]

Personal life

Rebhorn was married to Rebecca Linn, and was the father of two daughters. [7]


Rebhorn lived in South Orange, New Jersey. On March 21, 2014, he died at his home as a result of melanoma at the age of 65 (he had been receiving hospice care at his home for the melanoma, which was diagnosed in 1992). [8] [6] [9] The season 4 finale of Homeland was dedicated to him. [10] Rebhorn penned his own obituary. [11]



1976The Yum Yum GirlsCasting Director
1980 He Knows You're Alone Professor Carl Mason
1982 Soup for One Lawyer
1983 Silkwood Los Alamos Doctor
1985 Cat's Eye Drunk Businessman
1986Whatever It TakesMichael Manion
1988 The House on Carroll Street The Official
1988 Heart of Midnight Richard
1990 Desperate Hours Prosecutor
1991 Regarding Henry Dr. Sultan
1991 Shadows and Fog Vigilante
1992 My Cousin Vinny George Wilbur
1992 Basic Instinct Dr. McElwaine
1992 White Sands FBI Agent Flynn
1992 Wind George
1992 Scent of a Woman Mr. Trask
1992 Lorenzo's Oil Ellard Muscatine
1993 Carlito's Way Bill Norwalk
1994 Blank Check Fred Waters
1994 8 Seconds Clyde Frost
1994 Guarding Tess Howard Schaeffer
1994 I Love Trouble Mando, The Thin Man
1996 White Squall Tyler
1996 Up Close and Personal John Merino
1996 If Lucy Fell Simon Ackerman
1996 Independence Day Albert Nimzicki
1996 My Fellow Americans Charlie Reynolds
1997 The Game Jim Feingold
1998All of ItBill Holbeck
1999 Snow Falling on Cedars Alvin Hooks
1999 The Talented Mr. Ripley Herbert Greenleaf
2000 The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle President Signoff
2000 Meet the Parents Dr. Larry Banks
2001 Scotland, PA Norm Duncan
2001Last BallMr. Corcoran
2002 The Adventures of Pluto Nash Belcher
2002 Far from Heaven Dr. Bowman
2003The TradeJohn Torman
2003 Head of State Senator Bill Arnot
2003VacuumsDirk Bentley
2003 Cold Mountain Doctor
2004 The Last Shot Abe White
2006 How to Eat Fried Worms Principal Nelson Burdock
2006 Bernard and Doris Waldo Taft
2007 Spinning into Butter President Winston Garvey
2007 Anamorph Chief Lewellyn Brainard
2008 Baby Mama Judge
2008 An American Affair Lucian Carver
2009 The International New York D.A.
2009 Don McKay Dr. Lance Pryce
2009 The Box Norm Cahill
2010 A Little Help Dr. Bronstein
2010The Sparrow and the TigressErnest
2011The LineThe ManShort film
2011 Real Steel Marvin
2012 Sleepwalk with Me Frank
2012 The Odd Life of Timothy Green Joseph Crudstaff
2012 The Perfect Wedding Richard Fowler
2013 Before I Sleep Priest


1977 The Doctors Tom Carroll
1982 Will: G. Gordon Liddy Peter MaroulisTelevision film
1983 Texas John1 episode
1983SessionsHarryTelevision film
1984 Guiding Light Bradley Raines1 episode
1984He's Fired, She's HiredMan on PhoneTelevision film
1985 ABC Weekend Special Charlie RileyEpisode: "The Adventures of Con Sawyer and Hucklemary Finn"
1985 North and South Major AndersonEpisode: "Episode Six"
1985 Kane and Abel Federal ProsecutorEpisode: "Episode Two"
1985–1986 Search for Tomorrow Al Miller
1985–1986 Kate & Allie Derek2 episodes
1985–1987 Spenser: For Hire Father Hoyt / Paul Manning2 episodes
1986 Rockabye Arthur ReardonTelevision film
1986A Deadly BusinessCorbettTelevision film
1986–1988 The Equalizer Gant / Eric2 episodes
1987 Kojak: The Price of Justice QuibroTelevision film
1989 Great Performances Dr. GibbsEpisode: "Our Town"
1989Kojak: Fatal FlawSlusherTelevision film
1989 ABC Afterschool Special Dan JensenEpisode: "A Town's Revenge"
1989Kojak: ArianaSlusherTelevision film
1990 H.E.L.P. PerryEpisode: "Fire Down Below"
1990 Against the Law MayorEpisode: "We, the Jury"
1990 Wiseguy Agent White3 episodes
1990Everyday HeroesJimTelevision film
1990–2010 As the World Turns Angus Oliver / Henry Lange3 episodes
1991 Sarah, Plain and Tall William WheatonTelevision film
1991 Plymouth EzraTelevision film
1991Dead and Alive: The Race for Gus FaraceTimothy LaniganTelevision film
1992 I'll Fly Away Roger ThorneEpisode: "The Slightest Distance"
1992Deadly MatrimonyLieutenant Lloyd ButlerTelevision film
1992–2008 Law & Order Charles Garnett / Dr. Horace Garrison / Albert Lawrence Cheney7 episodes
1993 JFK: Reckless Youth St. John2 episodes
1993 Skylark William WheatonTelevision film
1994 The Adventures of Pete & Pete John McFlemp2 episodes
1995 The Buccaneers Mr. ClossonEpisode: "Invasion"
1995The Wright VerdictsWill GarrettEpisode: "Special Prosecutor"
1996 Mistrial Mayor TaylorTelevision film
1997 New York Undercover TuckettEpisode: "The Promised Land"
1998 From the Earth to the Moon Harrison StormsEpisode: "Apollo One"
1998 Seinfeld District Attorney HoytEpisode: "The Finale"
1998 A Bright Shining Lie Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker Television film
1999–2002 Third Watch Captain Elchisak6 episodes
2000 Now and Again General Frederick Augustus Irving 2 episodes
2000HopewellJohn MelvilleTelevision film
2001 Amy & Isabelle Avery ClarkTelevision film
2001 The Practice Attorney John Rapherson2 episodes
2001 UC: Undercover Deputy Warden Richard PetrocelliEpisode: "The Siege"
2003 Hack Richard Farrell2 episodes
2004 Reversible Errors Erno ErdaiTelevision film
2006WaterfrontThomas Porter2 episodes
2006 The Book of Daniel Bertram Webster6 episodes
2006 Candles on Bay Street Farmer FriedenTelevision film
2007 The Knights of Prosperity Harrison PlunkEpisode: "Operation: Rent Money"
2008 Comanche Moon Gov. Elisha PeaseMiniseries
2008 Canterbury's Law Dr. Allen PetchEpisode: "Baggage"
2008 Boston Legal Wade Mathis2 episodes
2009 Royal Pains WillEpisode: "No Man Is an Island"
2009–2013 White Collar Reese Hughes16 episodes
2010 30 Rock Dr. Kaplan2 episodes
2010 Big Lake Carl Franklin10 episodes
2011–2013 Homeland Frank Mathison8 episodes, (final television appearance)
2012 Blue Bloods Archbishop McGovernEpisode: "Leap of Faith"
2012 Coma OrenMiniseries
2012 Made in Jersey Judge HudnutEpisode: "Ridgewell"
2013 The Good Wife Wilkes IngersolEpisode: "Boom De Yah Da"
2013 Enlightened Charles Szidon4 episodes

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