Dominic Fumusa

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Dominic Fumusa
Dominic Fumusa (cropped).jpg
Fumusa in 2008
Born (1969-09-13) September 13, 1969 (age 48)
Occupation Actor
Years active 1998–present
Spouse(s) Ilana Levine (2002–present)
Children 2

Dominic Fumusa (/fəˈmsə/; born September 13, 1969) is an American stage and screen actor and voice over artist who is perhaps best known for starring in the Showtime comedy-drama series Nurse Jackie.

Early life[edit]

Fumusa was born in Wisconsin to a large family as one of 10 children.[1] He graduated from McFarland High School in 1987. Afterwards he studied political science at Lawrence University earning a bachelor’s degree and received a master degree in fine arts from the University of Illinois in 1994.[1]

Career[edit]

Fumusa began his acting career in the Chicago theatre scene, before moving to New York and making his Broadway debut in 1998 in a revival of Wait Until Dark opposite Marisa Tomei and Quentin Tarantino.[1] He has originated roles on the Broadway stage in such plays as the Tony Award-winning Take Me Out, Tape, and [sic].[1] He has previously had a recurring role in As the World Turns, and guest starred as Carrie Bradshaw's highly critical ex-boyfriend Jim in the episode of the HBO series Sex and the City, titled "Frenemies." He starred in the 2016 film, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, directed by Michael Bay.[1]

Fumusa portrays FBI Special Agent Ray Conlin in season 6 of the Showtime drama series Homeland.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Fumusa is the son of Clara and Peter Fumusa.[3] He is married to stage actress Ilana Levine; they have two children.[1] [4] Fumusa is a convert to Judaism, the religion of his wife.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Notes
19992012 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Detective Lopez/Lieutenant Coates/Lt. Gary Rosten/Captain Jason Harris 5 episodes "Stalked", "Paranoia", "PTSD", "Spiraling Down", "Street Revenge"
2000 The Sopranos Gregory Moltisanti 1 episode "D-Girl"
Sex and the City Jim 1 episode "Frenemies"
20012008 Law & Order Scott Turner/Tom Lupo 2 episodes "Called Home", "Prejudice"
2003 CSI: Miami Vincent Graziano 1 episode "Forced entry"
Charmed Saleel 1 episode "Lucky Charmed"
2004 Hack Devlin 1 episode "Double Exposure"
NYPD Blue Jerry Toback 1 episode "In Goddess We Trussed"
2005 Numb3rs Jonas Bayle 1 episode "Identity Crisis"
CSI: NY Robert Costa 1 episode "Crime and Misdemeanor"
Bones Peter St. James 1 episode "Pilot"
2009 Kings Ethan's cohort 1 episode "Insurrection"
2009-2015 Nurse Jackie Kevin Peyton 79 episodes; Series regular
2012 Person Of Interest Chris Vaughn 1 episode "The High Road"
2013 Elementary Jordan Conroy 1 episode; "Heroine"
2015 Blue Bloods Anthony Drake 1 episode; "In the Box"
2017 Homeland FBI Special Agent Ray Conlin
2018 Goliath Detective Keith Roman 6 episodes; Season 2 recurring
Film
Year Film Role Notes
2002 The Guru Waldo Hernandez
2005 Dealbreaker Stephen Short film directed by Gwyneth Paltrow
2006 Chloe's Prayer Matthew
Grilled Ralph
2008 This Is a Story About Ted and Alice Ted
2009 Management Stan Ball
Staten Island Giammarino
2010 Helena from the Wedding Don
One Fall Tom Schmidt
Under the Influence School Principal
2012 Allegiance Captain Angelo
2016 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi John "Tig" Tiegen

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Gerber, Amber (13 January 2016). "Acting up: Dominic Fumusa, an '87 McFarland grad, finds plenty of success in TV, film and theater". The McFarland Thistle. Retrieved 27 August 2017. 
  2. ^ Wagmeister, Elizabeth (September 12, 2016). "Nurse Jackie Alum Joins Homeland Season 6". Variety. Retrieved September 28, 2016. 
  3. ^ "Dominic Fumusa". 
  4. ^ a b Tampa Jewish Federation: "Jews in the News: Mike Nichols, Yael Grobglas and Dominic Fumusa" retrieved March 18, 2017 |"Meanwhile, “Nurse Jackie”, which will begin its 7th and final season in April, has featured the DOMINIC FUMUSA, 45, as Jackie’s hunky husband, Kevin, since it began. Fumusa has been married to stage actress ILANA LEVINE, 50, since 2002 and they have two kids. A film director friend, who knows Fumusa, recently told me the actor converted to Judaism “after a long period of study.” My web check revealed that Fumusa briefly mentioned his conversion to a blogger and that he and his wife are active in their local Jewish Federation."

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