Tom Hodges (actor)

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Tom Hodges
Born (1965-07-01) July 1, 1965 (age 58)
Years active1985–present

Thomas E. Hodges (born July 1, 1965) is an American actor and film producer, famous for roles such as Bruno in the 1986 teen film Lucas , and Rich in the NBC (later CBS) series The Hogan Family .



Hodges appeared in such films as 1987's Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise , 1988's Critters 2: The Main Course , 1989's Going Overboard and Steel Magnolias and 1995's Heavyweights . [1] Hodges was also in the movie Look. [1]

Hodges co-wrote the season six episode of The Hogan Family titled "Best of Friends, Worst of Times", in which his character Rich revealed that he was battling the effects of AIDS. [2]



1986 Lucas Bruno
1987 Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise Tiny
1988 Critters 2: The Main Course Wesley
1989 Tale of Two Sisters Aunt Sparkle / Butler
1989 Going Overboard Bob / Schecky's Mother
1989 Steel Magnolias Louie Jones
1991 The Dark Backward Marjorie Zipp
1991Frame UpDon Curran
1993The Baby Doll MurdersLes Parker
1993 Excessive Force Dylan
1995 Heavyweights Lars
1995The Killers WithinFred
1996 Michael Groom
1997 I Love You, Don't Touch Me! Asshole #3
1998 Judas Kiss Jake
1999 Stigmata ER Nurse
2007 Homo Erectus Bork
2007 Look Stuart
2007 The Grand Tim Woolrich


1985 Airwolf HalEpisode: "Where Have All the Children Gone?"
1986 Amazing Stories TinyEpisode: "No Day at the Beach"
1986 L.A. Law Not KuzakEpisode: "Gibbon Take"
1986–1990 The Hogan Family Rich30 episodes
1987Night of CourageRobTelevision film
1987 The Facts of Life ErnieEpisode: "A Winter's Tale"
1987 The Wizard ColeEpisode: "Papa Simon"
1987 Highway to Heaven Mike ParkerEpisode: "In with the 'In' Crowd"
1988 Vietnam War Story Dale DestelEpisode: "Dusk to Dawn"
1988 ABC Afterschool Special TomEpisode: "A Family Again"
1989 China Beach Corporal NicholsEpisode: "Who's Happy Now?"
1990 Tour of Duty Alexander DuckworthEpisode: "Vietnam Rag"
1990 Equal Justice MarkEpisode: "Start of the Fire"
1992 In the Best Interest of the Children Ray JacobsTelevision film
1992, 1993 Nurses Carl Slotkin2 episodes
1993They've Taken Our ChildrenJim SchoenfeldTelevision film
1993 The Disappearance of Christina Manager
1993 Walker, Texas Ranger Billy ClancyEpisode: "Crime Wave Dave"
1994 Blind Justice Soldier #2Television film
1996 JAG Lieutenant HoganEpisode: "High Ground"
1997 Mad About You Pool Player #3Episode: "On the Road"
1997 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine PenchettiEpisode: "Empok Nor"
1997 Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman Mr. CopelyEpisode: "Civil Wars"
1998 Since You've Been Gone Pat PrinceTelevision film
1998 Touched by an Angel JasperEpisode: "An Angel on the Roof"
1999 Late Last Night Passenger CopTelevision film

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  1. 1 2 "Tom Hodges Filmography". Fandango . Archived from the original on March 20, 2008. Retrieved June 24, 2014 via Wayback Machine.
  2. "The Hogan Family Season 6 Episodes". TV Guide . Retrieved June 23, 2021.