Tom McTigue

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Tom McTigue
Thomas McTigue

1959 (age 6364)
Alma mater Washington State University
Occupation(s)Actor and Comedian
Years active1989present

Thomas McTigue (born 1959) [1] is an American actor and comedian. He is best known for playing Harvey Miller on the 1990s television series Baywatch . He made guest appearances on numerous television programs: Beverly Hills, 90210 in 1991 as Jack and on Roseanne in 1994 as a doctor. He has also appeared in several films and hundreds of commercials. He has a minor part as a teacher in the 2014 film Boyhood .



Tom McTigue was born and grew up in Spokane, Washington. He studied theatre at Washington State University. After moving to New York to study acting, he returned to Seattle where he acted in regional plays. He eventually became interested in stand up comedy and began performing on the road.


1989 Jake and the Fatman JeffTV series
1990 Quantum Leap CallowayTV series
1991 Beverly Hills, 90210 JackTV series
1991-1992 Baywatch Harvey MillerTV series
1996Lover's KnotDoug MeyersTV series
2002 ER TV series
2011 The Descendants Cousin DaveMovie

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