Tom Kiesche

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Tom Kiesche
Born (1967-10-02) October 2, 1967 (age 56)
Occupation(s)Actor, novelist
Years active1997–present
OrganizationBig Quiche Productions

Thomas Joseph Kiesche (born October 2, 1967) is an American film, television and stage actor, and novelist. In the AMC series Breaking Bad , he played the role of Clovis in seasons 2 and 3. [1]

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Television

Kiesche has had recurring roles in Monk , Breaking Bad and Lights Out. His television guest appearances include Law & Order , Diagnosis Murder , 3rd Rock from the Sun , Angel , ER, Buffy the Vampire Slayer , Alias, JAG, The Guardian , Judging Amy , That '70s Show , CSI: Crime Scene Investigation , The Drew Carey Show , Las Vegas , Bones , Big Love , Weeds, NCIS, Without a Trace , CSI: Miami , Criminal Minds , Chuck, NCIS: Los Angeles , The Mentalist and Masters of Sex . [2]

Television credits

YearFilmRoleNotes
1997 As the World Turns Fed #2
1997 Law & Order Court Clerk
1998 LateLine State Trooper
1999 Diagnosis Murder Dino Valenti
2000 Chicago Hope Pilgrim
2000 3rd Rock from the Sun Large Man
2000 18 Wheels of Justice Jenks
2000 Angel Detective Broomfield
2001 Arrest & Trial Defense Lawyer
2001 ER Officer Monroe
2001 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Vampire
2002 Passions Burly Guy
2002 Alias Agent Cooper
2003 JAG Security Guard
2003 The Guardian Leo Widenski
2003 Judging Amy Officer Cooke
2003 24 Prison guard
2003 Grounded for Life Customer
2003 Arrested Development Umpire/Guard
2004 That '70s Show Mr. Romine
2004 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Larry Coombs
2004 The Drew Carey Show Carl, the Dinosaur Guy
2004 Las Vegas Drew Higgins
2003McBride: Murder Past Midnight Homicide DetectiveTV movie
2005 Bones Sheriff Chris Scutter
2006 Desolation Canyon Billy McAllisterTV movie
2006 Big Love Officer Chuck Tuttle
2006 The Unit Gerald Thomas
2006 Weeds Plumber
2006 NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service Bob Whitehead
2006 Without a Trace Jake West
2007 CSI: Miami Walter Dunley
2007 Criminal Minds Lt. Nellis
2006 Monk Annoyed Moverrecurring
2006 The Unit Gerald Thomas
2010 Chuck Julius
2009-2010 Breaking Bad Clovisrecurring
2010 Justified Drunk #1
2010Warrior ShowdownGladiatoralso Associate Producer
2011 Lights Out Big Yuppierecurring
2012 Ben and Kate Bouncer
2010School and BoardNelson Tuttlesonrecurring
2012 NCIS: Los Angeles Remo the Receptionist
2013 The Glades Dave Hartwell
20132 Hopeful SpinstersSingle Guy
2010 The Mentalist Ronald Hendricks
2015Romantically SpeakingKenny the DriverTV movie
2016 Masters of Sex Jerry
2020Into The Arms of DangerSheriff LangfordTelevision Movie

Film

His film roles include the role of Logan in Alien Raiders , Captain Hank Garrison in W.M.D. [3] and Zimmer in Resilience .

Film credits

YearFilmRoleNotes
2001 The Animal Bar Patron
2005CrazyloveMarket Manager
2006True MenCop
2006 Resilience Zimmer
2008 Alien Raiders Logan
2009Alpha Males ExperimentCommercial Cop
2013 W.M.D. Captain Hank Garrison
2016She's Allergic to CatsExterminator
2017Watch the SkyJurassic Bob
2017The Purple RoseDetective Bill Hansen

Youtube show credits

YearFilmRoleNotes
2018A Girl Named JoRussel Fitzroy

Novelist

Kiesche's published works include Park Ranger Park, [4] Sympathy for the Devil and Weakday Drifter & Other Writings. [5]

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  2. "Tom Kiesche". TV Guide .
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