Daryl Shuttleworth

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Daryl Shuttleworth
Born (1960-07-22) July 22, 1960 (age 57)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Occupation Actor
Years active 1988–present

Daryl Shuttleworth (born July 22, 1960) is a Canadian actor. He has had numerous small roles in a wide variety of North American television shows and films over the years, but is best known for his role as Detective Sean "Bub" Bailey in the gay-themed Donald Strachey mystery films.

Shuttleworth is the former president of the Canadian Virtual Airlines,[1] a roleplaying simulation about piloting airplanes. He played two different roles in the Stargate SG-1 television series. He has appeared in 6 TV pilots.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Other notes
2014 Happy Face Killer Sheriff J. D. Cotton TV
2010 Dear Mr. Gacy Thompson
2009 On the Run Detective
Revolution Fred Allard TV
Watchmen Jon's Father
2008 Ice Blues Detective "Bub" Bailey TV
Lost Boys: The Tribe McGraw
On the Other Hand, Death Detective "Bub" Bailey TV
2007 Chaos Theory Officer Fields
Anna's Storm Pastor Evan Ford
2006 Shock to the System Detective "Bub" Bailey TV
Flight 93 Boston Supervisor
2005 Third Man Out Detective "Bub" Bailey TV
Supervolcano First Officer TV
The Magic of Ordinary Days Reverend Dunne TV
2002 Door to Door TV
2001 Replicant Uniform Foyer Cop
1999 Atomic Train Desk Sergeant TV
1998 Noah Non-Believer TV
1997 The Hired Heart Jimmy Rawlinbow TV
Ebenezer Fred, Ebenezer's Nephew TV
1993 Ordeal in the Arctic Ground Commander TV
1989 Millennium TV Reporter: Crash Site

Television work[edit]

Year Title Role Episode
2008–2009 The L Word Dan Foxworthy 2 episodes - 5.9 "Liquid Heat", 6.2 "Least Likely"
2007 Masters of Science Fiction Otis Brill 1.5 "Little Brother"
2006 Men in Trees Doug 2 episodes - 1.4 "Sink or Swim", 1.5 "Talk for Tat"
2006 Eureka Global Security Tactical Commander 1.4 "Alienated"
2006 The Dead Zone Bob Westerfield 5.6 "Lotto Fever"
2006 Saved Mulholland 1.2 "The Lady & The Tiger"
2005 'Da Vinci's City Hall Sandy Dandrige 1.3 "Isn't Very Pretty But You Can Smoke It"
2005 Supernatural Chuck Lambert 1.4 "Phantom Traveler"
2005 The L Word Dan Foxworthy 2.9 "Late, Later, Latent"; 2.10 "Land Ahoy" (scenes with Shuttleworth deleted)
2004 Dead Like Me Coach Henson 2.6 "In Escrow"
2004 The 4400 Announcer One 1.1 Untitled Pilot
2004 The L Word Dan Foxworthy 3 episodes - 1.1 Untitled Pilot, 1.8 "Listen Up", 1.10 "Liberally"
2003 Andromeda Bettor #1 4.4 "Double or Nothingness"
2002 Smallville Vice Principal Gibbons 2.4 "Red"
2002 Stargate SG-1 Commander Tegar 6.10 "Cure"
2001 Mentors Ted Sampson 2.10 "The Fire Ship"
2000 Stargate SG-1 Commander Rigar 3.19 "New Ground"
1999 Mentors Ted Sampson 2 episodes - 1.1 "The Genius", 1.3 "Raising the Siege"
1999 The Outer Limits Burns 5.1 "Alien Radio"
1998 Millennium Brian Dixon 2.23 "The Time is Now"
1998 Cold Squad Jacob Knewling 1.1 "Christopher Williams"
1997 North of 60 Arthur Curtis 4 episodes - 6.8 "If I Have Been Untrue", 6.9 "Heroes (For One Day)", 6.11 "A Sparrow Falls", 6.13 "Borrowed Time"
1997 Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Ghost 1.3 "Honey, I'm Haunted"
1996 North of 60 Arthur Curtis 5.3 "Never Surrender"
1996 Viper Officer Harding 1.1 "Winner Take All"
1995 North of 60 Arthur Curtis 2 episodes - 3.13 "Shelter", 3.16 "The Trial"
1993 North of 60 FBI Agent #2 1.11 "The Art of the Deal"
1988 War of the Worlds Signal Corps Technician 1.1 The Resurrection
1988 Friday the 13th Keith Fielding 1.24 "Pipe Dream"

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