Glenn Morshower

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Glenn Morshower
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Born
Glenn Grove Bennett
OccupationActor
Years active1976–present

Glenn Morshower is an American character actor. He is best known for playing Secret Service Agent Aaron Pierce in 24 and Colonel (later General) Sharp Morshower in the Transformers film series. He has also appeared in many feature films and television series.

Background[edit]

Morshower was raised Jewish, studied with a Jehovah's Witness, went to a Religious Science church, and taught at a Baptist church.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1976 Drive-In [2]
1981 Dead & Buried [3]
1984 The Philadelphia Experiment [4]
1988 Defense Play [5]
1989 Tango & Cash [6]
1990 84C MoPic [7]
1990 By Dawn's Early Light [8]
1992 Under Siege Ensign Taylor [9]
1994 The River Wild [10]
1994 Star Trek Generations Enterprise-B navigator [11]
1994 In the Army Now [12]
1995 Dominion [13]
1995 Diagnosis Murder
1997 Runaway Car [14]
1997 Air Force One U.S. Secret Service Agent Walters [15]
1998 Godzilla Kyle Terrington [16]
1998 Phoenix [17]
2001 Pearl Harbor Vice Admiral William Halsey Jr. [18]
2001 Black Hawk Down Colonel Thomas Matthews [19]
2002 Blood Work Captain [20]
2003 The Core FBI Agent [21]
2003 Gacy Ted Boyle [22]
2004 The Last Shot Agent McCaffrey [23]
2005 Good Night, and Good Luck [24]
2005 Hostage Lt. Leifitz [25]
2005 Disaster! [26]
2005 The Island Medical Courier [27]
2006 Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil [28]
2006 All the King's Men [29]
2006 Striking Range [30]
2007 Transformers Colonel Sharp [31]
2007 Delta Farce General [32]
2008 Grizzly Park [33]
2009 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen General Morshower [34]
2009 The Men Who Stare at Goats [35]
2009 ExTerminators [36]
2009 Desdemona: A Love Story [37]
2009 Fire from Below [38]
2010 The Crazies [39]
2010 The Waiter [40]
2010 Psychic Experiment [41]
2011 X-Men: First Class Colonel Robert Hendry [42]
2011 Transformers: Dark of the Moon General Morshower [43]
2011 Moneyball Ron Hopkins [44]
2011 In My Pocket [45]
2011 The Legend of Hell's Gate: An American Conspiracy [46]
2012 Backwards [47]
2013 After Earth Commander Velan [48]
2013 Parkland [49]
2014 Flutter [50]
2015 Dark Places [51]
2015 Hoovey [52]
2015 The Doo Dah Man [53]
2016 When the Bough Breaks [54]
2017 Transformers: The Last Knight General Morshower [55]
2017 Aftermath [56]
2017 Curvature Tomas
2017 Bomb City Cameron Wilson [57]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Episode Notes
1989 Star Trek: The Next Generation Burke "Peak Performance" [58]
1990 The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson Capt. Spencer Television film [59]
1991 Quantum Leap Grady "Justice" [60]
1993 12:01 Detective Cryers Television film [61]
1995 Star Trek: Voyager Guard "Resistance" [62]
1995–05 JAG Chief Petty Officer Ned Bannon Recurring role [63]
1998 The X-Files Aaron Starkey "All Souls" [64]
1998 Millennium Richard Gilbert "The Time Is Now" [65]
2000–01 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Sheriff Brian Mobley Seasons 1&2, recurring role (7 episodes) [66]
2001–02 The West Wing Mike Chysler Recurring role (5 episodes) [67]
2002 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Mr. Newton "Help" [68]
2001–09 24 Aaron Pierce Recurring role (52 episodes) [69]
2003 NCIS Commander Robert Peters "Sub Rosa" [70]
2003 Star Trek: Enterprise Sheriff MacReady "North Star" Season 3 [71]
2004 ER Rick Decoyte "Intern's Guide to the Galaxy" [72]
2005 Charmed Agent Keyes "Still Charmed and Kicking" and "Something Wicca This Way Goes" [73]
2005 Monk Martin Willowby "Mr. Monk Gets Cabin Fever" [74]
2007–10 Friday Night Lights Chad Clarke Recurring role (10 episodes) [75]
2008 King of the Hill Bud Ferguson "Six Characters in Search of a House" [76]
2009 Criminal Minds Lt. Kevin Mitchell [77]
2010 Lie to Me Col. Gorman "Beat the Devil" [78]
2010 Army Wives Detective Gibson "Murder in Charleston" [79]
2012 Hawaii Five-0 Agent Kendricks "Ua Hopu"
2013 Castle Defense Secretary Michael Reed "Dreamworld" [80]
2013 Dads Officer Silverton "Dad Abuse" [75]
2014 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. General Jacobs "Ragtag" and "Beginning of the End" [81]
2014 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Coach Bill Becker "Gridiron Soldier" [82]
2015–16 Bloodline Wayne Lowry [83]
2015 Scandal Admiral Hawley "A Few Good Women" [84]
2015–16 Supergirl Sam Lane Recurring role (5 episodes) [85]
2017 Preacher Preacher Mike "On the Road" [86]
2017 I'm Dying Up Here Warren Hobbs Recurring role (4 episodes) [87]
2017 Narcos Senator Martin "Follow The Money" [88]
2018 Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams Ed "Kill All Others" [89]
2018–2022 The Resident Marshall Winthrop Recurring role (24 episodes) [90]
2019 Madam Secretary General Arthur Hayes "Carpe Diem" [75]
2022 Women of the Movement Editor "The Last Word" [75]
2022 Ozark FBI Executive Assistant Director Graves 2 episodes [75]

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 24: The Game Agent Aaron Pierce Voice and likeness
2009 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Overlord
2010 Singularity Additional Voices
2011 Battlefield 3 Agent Gordon Voice and likeness
2012 Call of Duty: Black Ops II C.I.A Announcer (Multiplayer)
2017 Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Rip Blazkowicz

Duke Nukem (Cameo)

2020 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered Overlord
2022 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II General Shepherd Voice and likeness

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