Tom Everett

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Tom Everett
Born (1948-10-21) October 21, 1948 (age 70)
Years active1977-present

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 . [2]

<i>Air Force One</i> (film) 1997 film by Wolfgang Petersen

Air Force One is a 1997 American political action-thriller film written by Andrew W. Marlowe, and directed and co-produced by Wolfgang Petersen. It is about a group of terrorists who hijack Air Force One and the U.S. president's attempt to rescue everyone by retaking the plane.

<i>Thirteen Days</i> (film) 2000 thriller movie on the Cuban missile crisis directed by Roger Donaldson

Thirteen Days is a 2000 American historical political thriller film directed by Roger Donaldson. It dramatizes the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, seen from the perspective of the US political leadership. Kevin Costner stars as top White House assistant Kenneth P. O'Donnell, with Bruce Greenwood featured as President John F. Kennedy, Steven Culp as Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, and Dylan Baker as Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara.




1987 Death Wish 4: The Crackdown Max Green
1989 Best of the Best Coach Don Peterson
1990 Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III Alfredo
Die Hard 2 Navigator (Northeast Plane)
Dances with Wolves Sergeant Pepper
1992 Double Jeopardy Frank Jameson
1996 My Fellow Americans National Security Agency Agent Wilkerson
1997 Air Force One National Security Advisor Jack Doherty
2000 Thirteen Days Walter Sheridan
2001 Pearl Harbor Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox
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 Col. Baynes
Transformers United States Air Force General
2008 The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Benjamin (1935–37)


Original air dateTV seriesEpisodeRoleNotes
January 13, 2016 Criminal Minds "Entropy"NSA Director Brian CochranUncredited
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"Doctor 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" CIA 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 #1.5120Marvin "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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