Currie Graham

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Currie Graham
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Born (1965-02-26) February 26, 1965 (age 49)
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada[1]
Years active 1988-present

Currie Graham (born February 26, 1965) is a Canadian stage, film and television actor.

Early life[edit]

Graham grew up in Ontario, Canada. He attended Algonquin Public School and Maynard Public School. His family relocated from Algonquin, Ontario to Cardinal, Ontario. He attended high school in the Grenville South area.[citation needed]

Higher education and work[edit]

He studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. He may be best known for playing Lt. Thomas Bale, the micromanaging station commander in the final season of the TV program NYPD Blue, having earlier made an appearance in Season 2 playing a small-time criminal. His other regular starring TV appearances include the final season of the TV program Suddenly Susan as the male lead/romantic interest Nate Knaborski.

Graham has established a career in television via multiple guest-starring roles, including recurring roles in House as the husband of Dr. House's ex-girlfriend Stacy (Sela Ward), The Mentalist as Walter Mashburn, Weeds as Vince, 24 as Ted Cofell, Boston Legal as ADA Frank Ginsberg, Desperate Housewives as Lynette Scavo's boss, Ed Ferrara, Criminal Minds as Viper, in the episode titled 52 Pickup and in Men in Trees as Supervisor Richard Ellis, the romantic interest of local chief of police Celia Bachelor. Other guest appearances include Over There (Season 1, Episode 10) as Corporal Shaver, and roles on the TV programs Judging Amy, Patrick Lehane on the TV Mini-Series Would Be Kings and CSI.

Recently, he appeared in the direct-to-DVD film Stargate: The Ark of Truth, a film conclusion of the Stargate SG-1 television franchise, as IOA agent James Marrick. He previously starred as Nick Balco in the TNT series Raising the Bar. In recent years, he has appeared in the pilot episode of Brimstone as Det. William Kane, in the Season 4 premiere of Private Practice alongside French Stewart, and had a recurring role in Dallas.[2]

In more recent years, Currie has appeared in a handful of films. His credits include minor roles in Hitchcock (2012) and the 2012 remake of Total Recall, as well as a supporting role in Pompeii (2014).

Family[edit]

He lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife and daughter.

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