Hart Matthew Bochner
October 3, 1956
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Parent(s)||Lloyd Bochner (father)|
Hart Matthew Bochner (born October 3, 1956) is a Canadian actor, film director, screenwriter and producer. He has appeared in films such as Breaking Away (1979), Rich and Famous (1981), The Wild Life (1984), Making Mr. Right (1987), Die Hard (1988), Apartment Zero (1988), Mr. Destiny (1990) Mad at the Moon (1992), Break Up (1998), Liberty Stands Still (2002), Spread (2009), and Carrie (2013). On television, he has starred in War and Remembrance (1988–89), Children of the Dust (1995), Baby for Sale (2004), The Starter Wife (2008), and Scandal (2015).
Bochner was born in Toronto, Ontario, the son of Ruth (née Roher), a concert pianist, and actor Lloyd Bochner. His family is Jewish. Bochner is a board member of the Environmental Media Awards. His grand-uncle was journalist, lawyer and philanthropist Isaiah L. Kenen.
Bochner appeared in such films as Islands in the Stream (1977), Breaking Away (1979), Terror Train (1980), Rich and Famous (1981), Supergirl (1984), Apartment Zero (1988), Die Hard (1988), Mr. Destiny and Fellow Traveller (1989). In the late 1990s, Bochner had a voice role in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993) and starred opposite Susan Sarandon in Anywhere But Here (1999). He also appeared in the films Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000), and Say Nothing (2001). Bochner had an uncredited role in the 2013 remake of Carrie.
On television, Bochner had a key role as Byron Henry in the 1988 ABC miniseries War and Remembrance. More recently, he starred as Zach, the boyfriend of Molly Kagan (Debra Messing), on USA Network's short-lived series The Starter Wife (2008).
|1977||Islands in the Stream||Tom Hudson|
|1979||Breaking Away||Rodney "Rod"|
|1980||Terror Train||"Doc" Manley|
|1981||Rich and Famous||Chris Adams|
|The Wild Life||David Curtiss|
|1987||Making Mr. Right||Don|
|1988||Die Hard||Harry Ellis|
|Apartment Zero||Jack Carney|
|1989||Fellow Traveller||Clifford Byrne|
|1990||Mr. Destiny||Niles Pender|
|1992||Mad at the Moon||Miller Brown|
|Batman: Mask of the Phantasm||Arthur Reeves||Voice only|
|1998||Bulworth||Hugh Waldron, Bulworth's Political Opponent||Uncredited|
|Break Up||Frankie Dade|
|1999||Anywhere But Here||Josh Spritzer|
|2000||Urban Legends: Final Cut||Professor Solomon|
|2001||Speaking of Sex||Felix|
|2002||Liberty Stands Still||Captain Hank Wilford|
|Project Redlight||Narrator||Short film|
|2016||Rules Don't Apply||Colonel Willis|
|1980||Haywire||William "Bill" Hayward||TV film|
|1981||East of Eden||Aron Trask||Miniseries; 3 episodes|
|1982||Having It All||Jess Enright||TV film|
|1984||The Sun Also Rises||Jake Barnes||Miniseries|
|1988–89||War and Remembrance||Byron Henry||Miniseries; 12 episodes|
|1990||Teach 109||Dr. Bonner||TV short|
|1991||Screen Two||Clifford Byrne||Episode: "Fellow Traveller"|
|1991||And the Sea Will Tell||Buck Walker||TV film|
|1993||Complex of Fear||Ray Dolan||TV film|
|1993||The Legend of Prince Valiant||Roland||Episode: "The Shadows of Destiny"|
|1995||Children of the Dust||Shelby Hornbeck||TV film|
|2001||Night Visions||Jack||Episode: "Now He's Coming Up the Stairs/Used Car"|
|2001||Silicon Follies||Unknown||TV film|
|2003||Crossing Jordan||Dr. Ben Hothorne||Episode: "Ockham's Razor"|
|2003||Once Around the Park||Nick Wingfield||TV film|
|2004||Baby for Sale||Steve Johnson||TV film|
|2005||The Inside||Cole Brandt||Episode: "Old Wounds"|
|2008||The Starter Wife||Zach McNeill||10 episodes|
|2012||Scruples||Ellis Ikehorn||TV film|
|2012||Leverage||Frank Madigan||Episode: "The Corkscrew Job"|
|2013||Grey's Anatomy||Julian Crest||Episode: "This Is Why We Fight"|
|2013||Franklin & Bash||Patrick Fitzgerald||Episode: "Shoot to Thrill"|
|2014||Feed Me||Will||Episode: " The Goal of Sexual Intercourse"|
|2015||Scandal||Mayor Verrano||Episode: "I'm Just a Bill"|
|2015||Royal Pains||Bruce Beeman||Episode: "Lending a Shoulder"|
|2017||Criminal Minds||Sam Bower||Episode: "Unforgettable"|
|2019||Too Old To Die Young||Lieutenant||Recurring|
- "On The Air". Drummondville Spokesman. March 24, 1950. p. 4. Retrieved August 29, 2010.
- "Births". Canadian Jewish Review. August 6, 1954. p. 11. Retrieved August 29, 2010.
- Kenen, Isaiah L. (30 October 1985). "All my causes: an 80-year life span in many lands and for many causes, some we won and some we lost but we never gave up". Near East Research – via Google Books.