Charlie Hofheimer

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Charlie Hofheimer
Born (1981-04-17) April 17, 1981 (age 35)
Detroit, Michigan
Occupation Actor, producer
Years active 1994–present

Charles Hofheimer (born April 17, 1981) is an American film, television and theatre actor. He landed his first film role as Jim Garland in the 1994 version of Lassie. He has also made many TV guest appearances in a number of TV series.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Hofheimer was born in Detroit, Michigan and moved to Brooklyn, New York at the age of one.[2] He began acting at a young age. His first film role was in the 1994 version of Lassie. He has appeared in other feature films such as Boys, Fathers' Day, Music of the Heart, Black Hawk Down and The Village. In 2008 Hofheimer Produced, Directed, Wrote and Edited a short film, Baggage.

Hofheimer's television credits include Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Law & Order, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, NCIS, Numb3rs, Medium, House M.D., and Mad Men.

Hofheimer has also starred in several theatre productions. In 1996 he played Kenny Simmonds in Minor Demons at the Currican Theatre in New York City, and then again in 1997 at the Century Theatre in New York City. In 2000 he played Ovid Bernstein and Tobias Pfeiffer II in Old Money at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater in New York City. His other stage performances include Spittin' Image (as Matt) at the Forum Theatre, Ruler of my Destiny (as Hart) at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut, Opelika (as Matty) at the Third Eye Repertory Company in New York City, Treasure Island (as Jim Hawkins) at the Blue Light Theatre Company in New York City and he made his Broadway debut as Jimmy in On the Waterfront.[3]

In 1999, he graduated from New York Lab School, a small public school in New York City.

Hofheimer's interests include baseball, soccer, piano, horseback riding and hockey.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1994 Lassie Jim Garland
1996 Boys John Cooke
1997 Fathers' Day Scott Andrews
1998 Edge City James
1999 Music of the Heart Nick at 17
2001 Last Ball Jim
Black Hawk Down Corporal Jamie Smith
2002 The Ghost of F. Scott Fitzgerald James Powell
2004 The Village Kevin, the young security guard
2008 Baggage Short film (as Producer, Director, Writer, and Editor)
2009 Blur Raymond
Against the Current (as Associate Producer)
2010 Numb Jason
Autopilot Mike
2012 Would You Rather Travis
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1995 New York News Episode: "A Question of Truth"
1996 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Jeff / Dean 2 episodes
Law & Order Andrew Jansson / Ben Karmel 2 episodes
1999 Trinity Episode: "Breaking In, Breaking Out, Breaking Up, Breaking Down"
Blue Moon T.J. Medieros Television film
Now and Again Nick Episode: "A Girl's Life"
2003 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Jerry Dupree Episode: "Tortured"
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Kevin McCallum Episode: "A Night at the Movies"
NCIS Petty Officer First Class Bobby Wilkes Episode: "High Seas"
2006 Numb3rs Ron Allen Episode: "The Running Man"
2007 Medium David Channing Episode: "Second Opinion"
House M.D. Mark Allmore Episode: "97 Seconds"
2008 Eli Stone Scott Miller Episode: "I Want Your Sex"
Canterbury's Law Ethan Foster 3 episodes
Fear Itself Scott Episode: "Community"
2009 Cold Case George Sweeney Episode: "Lotto Fever"
Without a Trace Chris White Episode: "Voir Dire"
2010-2013 Mad Men Abe Drexler 11 episodes
2012 Private Practice Ron Nelson 4 episodes
2014 Grey's Anatomy Jason Castor Episode: "Do You Know?"
2015 Castle Eric Chambers Episode: "At Close Range"
Turn: Washington's Spies Lieutenant Chaffee 3 episodes
2017 24: Legacy Ben Grimes 12 episodes

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Charlie Hofheimer Biography". filmreference.com. Retrieved August 28, 2010. 
  2. ^ Watkins, Gwynne (May 30, 2013). "The Mad Men GQ+A: Charlie Hofheimer on Abe's Peggy-Induced Stab Wound". GQ. Retrieved October 29, 2015. 
  3. ^ "Theatre in New York: A Brief History". musicals101.com. Retrieved August 28, 2010. 

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