Tom McCleister

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Tom McCleister
Born Thomas McLeister
(1949-05-26) May 26, 1949 (age 65)
New York City
Other names Thom McCleister
Thom McLeister
Occupation Actor
Years active 1983–present

Tom McCleister (born Thomas McCleister on May 26, 1949 in New York City) is an American actor who is perhaps best known for his role as Ike on Married... with Children. McCleister also played the part of Kolos on the series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, appearing in the episode "Q-Less". He has also made guest appearances on Wings, NYPD Blue, Roswell, Angel, Matlock, Jake and the Fatman, Diagnosis Murder, and Providence. McCleister's motion picture credits include Midnight Run (1988), a supporting role in the box-office smash Arnold Schwarzenegger-Danny DeVito film Twins (1988), Crazy in Alabama (1999), and Grand Theft Parsons (2003). In 2004 he portrayed a lawyer in Clint Eastwood's Academy Award winning drama Million Dollar Baby, in which fellow Star Trek performers Lucia Rijker, Benito Martinez, Jamison Yang, Miguel Perez, Marco Rodriguez, Spice Williams-Crosby, Jude Ciccolella, Rosine "Ace" Hatem, Bridgett Riley, and Boni Yanagisawa also appeared.

Selected filmography[edit]

  • episode "The Man in the Morgue" ... as Peter LaSalle (as Thom McLeister)
  • episode "Only Connect" ... as Larry
  • episode "When Hearts Attack" ... as Bob
  • episode "My Other Lef"t Foot ... as Captain Brent Peters
  • episode "Gobble, Gobble"
  • episode "Pilot" ... Charlie the Guard
  • episode "Miracles & Wonders" ... as Charlie
  • episode "Four Fathers" ... as Paul
  • episode "Subject: The Final Word" ... as Homeless Man
  • episode "Through the Looking Glass" ... as Host's Elder
  • episode "There's No Place Like Plrtz Glrb" ... as Host's Elder
  • episode "Retreat, Hell" ... as Jim Teasdale
  • episode "Playing God" ... as Casey Maguire
  • episode "Anonymous" ... as Walter Bangler
  • episode "Locking Up Mom" ... as James
  • episode "Prelude to a Kiss" ... as Paul/Crew Guy
  • episode "Kidnapped" ... as George
  • episode "Into the Woods" ... as Rocky Calhoun
  • episode "The Depths"
  • episode "The Long and Winding Road: Part 1" ... as Butch
  • episode "Through a Glass, Darkly" ... as Max Brunell
  • episode "Field of Schemes" ... as Hoss Phister
  • episode "Shine a Light on You" ... as Hank Bower
  • episode "A Man for No Seasons" ... as Ike
  • episode "I Want My Psycho Dad: Part 1" ... Ike
  • episode "I Want My Psycho Dad: Second Blood: Part 2" ... as Ike
  • episode "The Naked and the Dead, But Mostly the Naked" ... as Ike
  • episode "And Bingo Was Her Game-O" ... as Ike
  • episode "Pump Fiction" ... as Ike
  • episode "A Shoe Room with a View" ... as Ike
  • episode "Reverend Al" ... as Ike
  • episode "How Bleen Was My Kelly" ... as Ike
  • episode "Flight of the Bumblebee" ... as Ike
  • episode "I Can't Believe It's Butter"... as Ike
  • episode "The Hood, the Bud & the Kelly: Part 2" ... as Ike
  • episode "The Agony and the Extra C" ... as Ike
  • episode "Bud Hits the Books" (April 28, 1996) – Ike
  • episode "The Joke's on Al" ... as Ike
  • episode "Requiem for a Chevyweight: Part 2" ... as Ike
  • episode "The Stepford Peg" ... as Ike
  • episode "Live Nude Peg" ... as Ike
  • episode "Ned Zed" ... as Morgan
  • episode "Personal Foul" ... as Corrections Officer
  • episode "Blossom's Dilemma" ... as Prison Guard
  • episode "Q-Less" ... as Kolos
  • episode "Ladies and Gentlemen... the Rolling Stones" ... as Wally
  • episode "Marriage, Italian Style" ... as Fisherman (as Thom McCleister)
  • episode "Divorce, American Style" ... as Fisherman (as Thom McCleister)
  • episode "Two Jerks and a Jill" ... as Tom
  • episode "Intolerance" (as Thom McCleister)
  • episode "Nowhere to Run" ... as Stagehand
  • episode "The Strike" ... as Dwayne (as Thom McLeister)
  • episode "Take Me to Your Loudon"
  • episode "Bed and Breakdown" ... as Ernie Carruthers (as Thom McCleister)
  • episode "Hot Pursuit: Part 1" ... as Jim Gleary
  • episode "Der Roachenkavalier" ... as First Bum
  • episode "The Don: Part 1"
  • episode "The Don: Part 2"

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