Donald Patrick Harvey
|Donald Patrick Harvey|
|Born||Donald Patrick Harvey II
May 31, 1960
St. Clair Shores, Michigan
|Other names||Don Harvey|
|Alma mater||University of Michigan, Yale School of Drama|
|Occupation||Actor, voice actor|
Don was born and raised in St. Clair Shores, Michigan, the sixth of eight children. He started acting while attending Lake Shore High School, having performed in several shows before graduating in 1978. He then moved on to the University of Michigan, where he studied English and economics along with two years of classical ballet. Upon his 1982 graduation from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts degree, he attended the Yale School of Drama and received a Master of Fine Arts degree in acting in 1985. After graduation, Don moved to New York City to pursue film, television and theatre work.
Harvey began appearing in films in the late 1980s and has appeared in over 70 feature films. He had secondary roles in such high-profile productions as Casualties of War (1989), Die Hard 2 (1990), and The Thin Red Line (1998), in addition to the made-for-cable feature Better Off Dead (1993). One of his more prominent screen roles was "Black Sox" conspirator Swede Risberg in John Sayles' Eight Men Out (1988). His television work includes starring performances on Miami Vice, NYPD Blue, The Pretender, Medium, and Numbers.
|1987||Creepshow 2||Andy Kavanaugh||"Old Chief Wood'nhead" segment|
|1987||The Untouchables||Officer Preseuski|
|1988||Eight Men Out||Swede Risberg|
|1988||Miami Vice||Alan Beaks||TV
Episode: "Hell Hath No Fury"
|1989||Casualties of War||Corporal Thomas E. Clark|
|1990||Die Hard 2||Garber|
|1991||Mission of the Shark: The Saga of the U.S.S. Indianapolis||Kinderman|
|1992||Prey of the Chameleon||Resnick|
|1993||Better Off Dead||Del Collins||TV movie|
|1994||The Glass Shield||Deputy Jack Bono|
|1994||Men of War||Nolan|
|1995||Tank Girl||Sergeant Small|
|1998||The Continued Adventures of Reptile Man||The Robber||Also known as Brittle Glory|
|1998||The Thin Red Line||Sgt. Paul Becker|
|1999||Out of the Cold||Nazi Leader|
|1999||In Too Deep||Murphy|
|1999||The King of Queens||TV|
|2000||Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker||Charles Buntz/Chucko||(Voice only)|
|2000||The Pretender||Mr. Job||TV
|2001||Steal||Ned Rogers||Originally titled Riders|
|2003||NYPD Blue||Rick Rinaldi||TV
Episode: "Maybe Baby"
|2004||She Hate Me||G. Gordon Liddy|
|2007||Bernard and Doris||Security Guard||TV|
|2008||Frame of Mind||Agent Jenkins|
Episode: "Cover Me"
|2009||Public Enemies||Customer at Steuben Club|
|2011||Criminal Minds||Chief Barrows||TV
Episode: "Today I Do"
|2013||Gangster Squad||Officer Funston|
|2015||Taken 3||Detective Garcia|
|2015||Secret in Their Eyes||Fierro|
|2016||Blue Bloods||Det. Connell||Episode: "Back in the Day"|
|2016||General Hospital||Tom Baker||Recurring Role"|
|2017||The Last Tycoon||Rupert Vajna|
|2017||The Deuce||Danny Flanagan|
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