Tom Hillmann

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Hillmann (second from right) on the set of Paper Towns

Tom Hillmann is an American film and television actor best known for his role in The Outsiders. He has guest starred on The CW show Star-Crossed as Grayson's father. He has worked opposite David Caruso recurring as Special Agent Sackheim [1] on the CBS crime series CSI: Miami as well as Denzel Washington in Out of Time .


In the 2015 theatrical release Paper Towns , he plays the father of the character played by Cara Delevingne.



1983 The Outsiders Greaser in Concession Stand
1995 Project: Metalbeast Agent Berger
2003 Out of Time Living Gift Salesman
2006 Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector Tad
2011 Battle Los Angeles Reporter on TV
2012 Hell and Mr. Fudge Simon Clarage
2014 Dolphin Tale 2 Mel Prince
2015 Paper Towns Mr. Spiegelman
2019Marriage KillerPrincipal Brightman


2001 Sheena BenEpisode: "Marabunta"
2002 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Special Agent SackheimEpisode: "Cross-Jurisdictions"
2002 America's Most Wanted Detective LeeEpisode: "Jesus Maldonado"
2003-2004 CSI: Miami Special Agent Sackheim2 episodes
2006 South Beach DoctorEpisode: "It Looked Like Somebody's Nightmare"
2007 K-Ville Dr. SchmidtEpisode: "Melissa"
2008 Recount Brad BlakemanTV movie
2008 One Tree Hill LonEpisode: "Choosing My Own Way of Life"
2008 Army Wives Dr. Harwood3 episodes
2009 Ace Ventura, Jr.: Pet Detective TrooperTV movie
2010 Burn Notice Lieutenant BriggsEpisode: "Dead or Alive"
2014 Star-Crossed Mr. Montrose4 episodes
2014 Resurrection Principal HayesEpisode: "Multiple"
2014 Sleepy Hollow Richard WeissEpisode: "Go Where I Send Thee"

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  1. CSI Files Interview, Davenport, Caillan (July 11, 2003). "CSI Files".