Harbour at the 2014 Toronto Film Festival
April 10, 1975 |
New York, U.S.
David Harbour (born April 10, 1975) is an American actor who has performed in film, television, and the theater.
Harbour got his professional start on Broadway in 1999 in the revival of The Rainmaker and made his television debut in 1999 in an episode of Law & Order ("Patsy"), playing a waiter. He appeared again in 2002 in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He played the recurring role of MI6 agent Roger Anderson in the ABC television series Pan Am. In 2005, he was nominated for a Tony Award for his performance in a production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
He is known for his role as CIA agent Gregg Beam in Quantum of Solace, as Shep Campbell in Revolutionary Road, and as Russell Crowe's source in State of Play. He also received praise for his role as Paul Devildis on a 2009 episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent. His other film credits include Brokeback Mountain, The Green Hornet, End of Watch and Between Us. In 2013, he played a small role of a head doctor in the American TV series based on the classic detective Sherlock Holmes, Elementary. He has also played the recurring role of Elliot Hirsch in The Newsroom between 2012 and 2014.
In 2014 he joined the main cast of the historical drama series Manhattan.
Harbour currently plays the lead role of Chief Jim Hopper on the Netflix original series Stranger Things.
|1999||Law & Order||Waiter|
|2002||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Terry Jessup|
|2004||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Wesley John Kenderson|
|2006||The Book of Daniel||Kevin Warwick|
|2008||Law & Order||Jay Carlin|
|2009||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Paul Devildis|
|2011||Pan Am||Roger Anderson|
|2012–2014||The Newsroom||Elliot Hirsch|
|2013||Elementary||Dr. Mason Baldwin|
|2014||Manhattan||Dr. Reed Akley|
|2014–2015||State of Affairs||David Patrick|
|2016–present||Stranger Things||Chief Jim Hopper||Main role|
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