|Born||October 21, 1948|
Portland, Oregon, U.S.
Tom Everett (born October 21, 1948) is an American actor known for his performances in political films such as Air Force One and Thirteen Days .
|1987||The Alamo: 13 Days to Glory||Major Evans|
|Death Wish 4: The Crackdown||Max Green|
|1988||Messenger of Death||Wiley|
|1989||Best of the Best||Coach Don Peterson|
|1990||Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III||Alfredo Sawyer|
|Die Hard 2||Navigator (Northeast Plane)|
|Dances with Wolves||Sergeant Pepper|
|1992||Double Jeopardy||Frank Jameson|
|1996||My Fellow Americans||Agent Wilkerson|
|1997||Air Force One||Jack Doherty|
|2000||Thirteen Days||Walter Sheridan|
|2001||Pearl Harbor||Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox|
|Tremors 3: Back to Perfection||Agent Frank Statler||Uncredited|
|2002||Crazy as Hell||Mansell|
|XXX||Senator Dick Hotchkiss|
|2003||The Elizabeth Smart Story||Brian David Mitchell|
|2004||The Alamo||Mosley Baker|
|2005||The Island||president of the United States; clone|
|2007||Intellectual Property||Jenny's dad|
|Beautiful Dreamer||Colonel Baynes|
|Transformers||Air Force General|
|2008||The Curious Case of Benjamin Button||Benjamin (1935–1937)|
|Original air date||TV series||Episode||Role||Notes|
|October 16, 2020||Helstrom||2 episodes||Archbishop Terrazi|
|January 13, 2016||Criminal Minds||"Entropy"||NSA Director Brian Cochran||Uncredited|
|December 2, 2015||"Internal Affairs"|
|October 1, 2014||Franklin & Bash||"Falcon's Nest"||Judge Warren Mosley|
|April 8, 2014||NCIS||"Page Not Found"||CIA Head of Intelligence Kirkwood Zaysen|
|July 17, 2012||Franklin & Bash||"Summer Girl"||Judge Warren Mosley|
|June 5, 2012||"Strange Brew"|
|December 19, 2007||Journeyman||"Perfidia"||Elliot Langley|
|December 17, 2007||"The Hanged Man"|
|November 12, 2007||"Winterland"|
|October 22, 2007||"The Legend of Dylan McCleen"|
|October 15, 2007||"The Year of the Rabbit"|
|May 21, 2007||24||"Day 6: 5:00 AM - 6:00 AM"||Dr. Hastings|
|November 24, 2006||NUMB3RS||"Brutus"||Keith Whittaker|
|November 16, 2006||Monk||"Mr. Monk Meets His Dad"||Kenneth Woods|
|April 24, 2006||Medium||"Knowing Her"||Sponsor|
|January 27, 2006||Ghost Whisperer||"Melinda's First Ghost"||Principal Corbett|
|October 23, 2005||The West Wing||"Here Today"||Agent Charles Frost|
|October 16, 2005||"Mr. Frost"|
|October 9, 2005||"Message of the Week"|
|October 14, 2002||CSI: Miami||"Just One Kiss"||Ryan Cutler|
|October 28, 2001||Alias||"Doppelganger"||Agent Paul Kelvin|
|June 13, 2001||The Beast||"The Price"||Rory Carmichael|
|November 4, 2000||The District||"The Real Terrorist"||Agent Vargas|
|May 26, 2000||Secret Agent Man||"The Elders"||Frank Pierce|
|November 6, 1999||Martial Law||"The Friendly Skies"|
|March 7, 1998||Profiler||"Shoot to Kill"||Casper|
|January 31, 1998||The Pretender||"Indy Show"||Grant Roemer|
|November 4, 1997||JAG||"Against All Enemies"||Houck|
|November 1, 1997||Profiler||"Ambition in the Blood"||Casper|
|October 4, 1997||C-16: FBI||"Pilot, part 2"|
|September 27, 1997||"Pilot, part 1"|
|February 15, 1997||Profiler||"Shadow Angels"||Mr. Casper|
|October 19, 1996||"Unholy Alliance"||Peter R. Leshansky|
|February 11, 1996||Almost Perfect||"El Pollo Loco"||Director|
|November 16, 1995||ER||"The Secret Sharer"||Mr. Kazlaw|
|October 15, 1995||Space: Above and Beyond||"Mutiny"||C.P.O. Keats|
|September 28, 1995||Murder, She Wrote||"A Quaking in Aspen"||Mr. Vernon / Grant Boswell|
|December 2, 1994||Picket Fences||"For Whom the Wind Blows"||John Engrams|
|November 18, 1994||"May It Please the Court"|
|September 30, 1994||"Systematic Abuse"|
|September 23, 1994||"Survival of the Fittest"|
|February 4, 1994||Diagnosis: Murder||"Reunion with Murder"||Detective Haggard|
|December 9, 1993||Eerie, Indiana||"The Broken Record"||Tod's Dad|
|October 21, 1992||Dangerous Curves||"Old Acquaintance"||Emerson|
|March 28, 1991||L.A. Law||"Mutinies on the Banzai"||Patrick Philips|
|November 22, 1990||Cheers||"Veggie-Boyd"||Director|
|February 14, 1990||Quantum Leap||"Freedom - November 22, 1970"||Deputy Sheriff Hazlitt|
|May 1, 1989||MacGyver||"Easy Target"||Frank|
|February 28, 1989||Matlock||"The Starlet"||Joey DeFalco|
|April 21, 1988||L.A. Law||"Open Heart Perjury"||Patrick Philips|
|November 17, 1987||Houston Knights||"Home Is Where the Heart Is"||Kunkel|
|January 26, 1987||Cagney & Lacey||"Favors"||Assistant District Attorney Strickland|
|February 17, 1986||Cagney & Lacey||"Post Partum"||District Attorney Stickland|
|December 17, 1985||Remington Steele||"Dancer, Prancer, Donner and Steele"||Prancer|
|December 16, 1985||Days of Our Lives||#1.5120||Marvin 'Speed' Selejko|
|November 15, 1985||Our Family Honor||"Homecoming"||Eddie Branner|
|November 8, 1985||"The Hostage"|
|May 9, 1985||Street Hawk||"Female of the Species"||Drummond|
|April 13, 1985||Hunter||"Guilty"||Park Mesher|
|April 3, 1985||Dynasty||"Sammy Jo"||Vincent|
|February 16, 1985||T.J. Hooker||"Love Story"||Billy Joe Walker|
|March 20, 1984||Remington Steele||"Dreams of Steele"||Man at Aquarium|
|March 26, 1984||Automan||"Zippers"||Stanley|
|January 19, 1983||Hill Street Blues||"Nichols from Heaven"||Jaeger|
|February 14, 1983||Newhart||"Ricky Nelson, Up Your Nose"||Prisoner #1|
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