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(m. 1982;div. 1995)
Ray Baker (born July 9, 1948)is an American theater, television and film actor. Baker was born in Omaha, Nebraska. He is a long time character actor with over 100 credits on television and film. Baker is credited either as Ray or Raymond. He grew up in Denver, Colorado and graduated from Denver University, before moving to New York and living and working there for twenty years. Baker appeared on and off Broadway and in regional theatre. He currently lives in Los Angeles, is married to actress and playwright Colleen Dodson, and continues working in theatre, movies, and television.
Baker married fellow actor Patricia Richardson in 1982. They had three children together: Henry Richardson Baker (born on February 22, 1985), and twins Roxanne Elizabeth Baker and Joe Castle Baker (born on January 3, 1991), before they divorced in 1995. [ citation needed ]He married another actress, Colleen Dodson-Baker, in 1997.
|1972||Parades||1st CID Man (uncredited)|
|1980||Gloria||Assistant Bank Manager (as Raymond Baker)|
|1984||C.H.U.D.||Ad Man (as Raymond Baker)|
|Places in the Heart||Sheriff Royce Spalding|
|1988||Everybody's All-American||Bolling Kiely|
|Rain Man||Mr. Kelso|
|1990||Heart Condition||Harry Zara|
|Total Recall||Bob McClane|
|Masters of Menace||Riley Hoover|
|1994||The Hard Truth||Hamilton Nichols|
|Camp Nowhere||Norris Prescott|
|1995||The Final Cut||Col. Forsyth|
|1996||Executive Decision||747 Captain|
|1997||Living in Peril||Martin Campbell|
|A Thousand Acres||Wallace Crockett|
|1999||Anywhere but Here||Ted|
|Girl, Interrupted||Carl Kaysen|
|2000||What Lies Beneath||Dr. Stan Powell|
|2001||Sweet November||Buddy Leach|
|2002||The Trip||Peter Baxter|
|2003||Holes||Asst. Attorney General|
|2004||Without a Paddle||Sheriff Briggs|
|The Last Run||Mr. Powers|
|2005||Coach Carter||St. Francis Coach|
|2017||The Keeping Hours||Lenn|
|2018||Yegua||Dr. De La Cruz|
|1977||Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years||James Roosevelt||TV movie|
|1978||Ryan's Hope||Officer Malloy||2 episodes|
|1981||Dream House||Steve Corcoran||TV movie|
|1982||The Neighborhood||Reporter||TV movie|
|1984||Double Trouble||Announcer||Episode: "One Drives, the Other Doesn't"|
|1986||Rockabye||Donald F. Donald||TV movie|
|Spenser: For Hire||Matt Wilson||Episode: "In a Safe Place"|
|Nobody's Child||Joe Balter||TV movie|
|Taking It Home||Johnny||TV movie|
|1985-1986||The Equalizer||Dana||4 episodes|
|1987||At Mother's Request||Mike George||miniseries|
|American Playhouse||Dan Morgan||Episode: "Stacking"|
|The Cosby Show||Mr. Schrader||Episode: "Calling Doctor Huxtable"|
|ABC Afterschool Specials'||Dr. Thomas Crandall||Episode: "Supermom's Daughter"|
|The Long Journey Home||Grey Harrison||TV movie|
|Leg Work||Douglas J. Hewitt||Episode: "Mystery Woman"|
|Heartbeat||Dr. Stan Gorshalk||6 episodes|
|Disaster at Silo 7||Col. Chadwick||TV movie|
|1989||Parent Trap III||Nick||TV movie|
|Booker||Raymond Crane||Episode: "Wheels and Deals: Part 1"|
|21 Jump Street||Raymond Crane||Episode: "Wheels and Deals: Part 2"|
|1990||She Said No||Frank Igus||TV movie|
|1990-1991||Down Home||Wade Prescott||19 episodes|
|1992||In Sickness and in Health||Sam||TV movie|
|Her Final Fury: Betty Broderick, the Last Chapter||Jack Earley||TV movie|
|1993||River of Rage: The Taking of Maggie Keene||Coy Baron||TV movie|
|Kung Fu: The Legend Continues||Paul Caldrin||Episode: "I Never Promised You a Rose Garden"|
|1991-1994||Home Improvement||Inspector / Tool Time Audience member||2 episodes|
|1994||Under Suspicion||Chief Jack DeSort|
|1995||The Secretary||Lester Howland||TV movie|
|Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story||Deidre's first husband||TV movie|
|1996||A Friend's Betrayal||Robert (uncredited)||TV movie|
|The Tomorrow Man||Berman||TV movie|
|Dark Angel||TV movie|
|She Cried No||Mark Baker||TV movie|
|Assault on Dome 4||Dan Block, Chief of Staff||TV movie|
|1997||Echo||Stu Fishman||TV movie|
|Perfect Body||Elliot Bradley||TV movie|
|Murder, She Wrote: South by Southwest||Wilder||TV movie|
|1996-1997||Suddenly Susan||Bill Keane||3 episodes|
|1998||Oklahoma City: A Survivor's Story||Roy Salyers||TV movie|
|1997-1998||Cybill||Dr. Richard Thorpe||11 episodes|
|1999||Pensacola: Wings of Gold||Pearly||Episode: "Fox Two"|
|2000||The West Wing||Jonathan Lydell||Episode: "Take Out the Trash Day"|
|Ali: An American Hero||TV movie|
|3rd Rock from the Sun||Mr. Demarmel||Episode: "Why Dickie Can't Teach|
|2001||Area 52||Falcone||TV movie|
|Crossing Jordan||FBI Agent / Major||Episode: "Sight Unseen"|
|2002||First Monday||Episode: :The Price of Liberty"|
|Diagnosis Murder: Town Without Pity||Johny||TV movie|
|Days of Our Lives||Frank Daniels||Episode #1.9366|
|The American Embassy||Episode: "Agent Provocateur"|
|2003||The Shield||Det. Tom Gannon||Episode: "Co-pilot"|
|44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shoot-Out||Harris||TV movie|
|The Guardian||Albert Aaronson||Episode: "The Father-Daughter Dance|
|2001-2004||JAG||Major General Finstra / Admiral Hollenbeck||2 episodes|
|2005||Cold Case||Brian||Episode: "Revolution"|
|Alien Siege||The President||TV movie|
|Path of Destruction||TV movie|
|2003-2005||Without a Trace||Victor Fitzgerald||3 episodes|
|2006||Num3ers||Jack Bennett||Episode: "Protest"|
|Criminal Minds||Bruno Hawks||Episode: "Secrets and Lies"|
|ER||Durant||Episod: "Ames v. Kovac"|
|2007||Claire||Sheriff Birch||TV movie|
|Cane||Randall Eames 2007||Episode: "The Two Alex Vegas"|
|Bones||Daniel Dillon||Episode: "Boy in the Time Capsule"|
|2008||Heroes||Mr. Millbrook||Episode: "The Eclipse"|
|2015||House of Lies||Cal Manchester||Episode: "The Urge To..."|
|2016||Animal Kingdom||Isaiah||Episode: "Goddam Animals"|
|2017||Love at First Glance||John Landers||TV movie|
|1982-1985||Torch Song Trilogy||Ed|
|1982||Is there life after high school?|
|1981-1983||Crimes of the Heart||Doc Porter|
|1979||Are You Now or Have You Ever Been||Larry Parks|
Chris Sarandon Jr. is an American actor. He is best known for playing Jerry Dandrige in Fright Night (1985), Prince Humperdinck in The Princess Bride (1987), Detective Mike Norris in Child's Play (1988), and for providing the speaking voice of Jack Skellington in The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993). He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as Leon Shermer in Dog Day Afternoon (1975).
Cicely L. Tyson is an American actress and former fashion model. In a career spanning more than seven decades, she has become known for her portrayal of strong African-American women. Tyson is the recipient of three Primetime Emmy Awards, four Black Reel Awards, one Screen Actors Guild Award, one Tony Award, an honorary Academy Award, and a Peabody Award.
Victor Joseph Garber is a Canadian-American actor and singer known for his work in television, film, and theatre. He started his career on the stage playing roles such as Jesus in Godspell; Anthony Hope in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street; and John Wilkes Booth in Assassins. He would later go on to earn four Tony Award nominations for his performances in Deathtrap, Little Me, Lend Me a Tenor, and Damn Yankees.
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