Stephen Caffrey (actor)
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September 27, 1959 |
Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
|Occupation||Film, television actor|
Stephen Edwin Caffrey (born September 27, 1959, Cleveland, Ohio) is an American television, film and stage actor. He is the fifth of seven children born to an Irish-American family in Cleveland. His year of birth has been mistakenly cited as 1961, but he is two years older.
At the age of 17 he and his family permanently settled in Chicago, Illinois. Pursuing acting after graduation, he and a close knit group of acting friends founded the Immediate Theatre in Chicago.
His longest stints, for which he is best known, are as Lt. Myron Goldman on CBS's Vietnam War drama series, Tour of Duty, co-starring with Terence Knox, Kim Delaney, and Tony Becker, and as Andrew Preston Cortlandt on ABC's All My Children.
He appeared in such films as the AIDS drama Longtime Companion (1990), The Babe (1992; starring John Goodman), Buried Alive II (1997; starring Ally Sheedy) and Blowback (2000; with Mario Van Peebles).
In 2004 he appeared as Torvald in a production of A Doll's House and in David Mamet's play Oleanna two years later. He has performed regularly at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, California.
- Stephen Caffrey at the Internet Movie Database
- Stephen Caffrey at AllMovie
- Stephen Caffrey (actor) at the Internet Off-Broadway Database
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