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New York City, New York, U.S.
James Handy is an American film actor. He appeared in more than eighty films and television serials between 1977 and 2011. His most notable appearances are as Arthur Devlin in Alias and Lou Handleman in Profiler.
Handy is best known for his multiple guest star roles in television shows and his work in some highly popular movies. Among his feature film credits are 15 minutes, Jumanji, Guarding Tess, The Rocketeer, Arachnophobia, Bird, Burglar, Brighton Beach Memoirs, The Verdict and K-9. Made for television movies in which he has appeared include A Family Torn Apart, Obsessed, Guilty Until Proven Innocent, and The Preppie Murder.
On television, in episodic and comedy series, he appeared on The Young and the Restless, Criminal Minds, ten episodes of NYPD Blue, nine episodes of Alias, Cold Case, The West Wing, UC: Undercover, Third Watch, ER, Law & Order, The Pretender, and Quantum Leap, among numerous others.
|2019||Senior Entourage||Father MacGuffin||post-production|
|2017||Thru: The Hereafter Remains Unknown||Frank|
|2015||Bad Sister||Bishop O'Reilly|
|The Waiter||The CEO|
|2002||Ash Wednesday||Father Mahoney|
|2001||15 Minutes||Deputy Chief Fire Marshal Declan Duffy|
|1999||Time Served||Judge William T. Engstrom III|
|1999||Black and White|
|1994||Guarding Tess||Neal Carlo|
|1993||Point of No Return||Operative|
|1988||A Dangerous Life||Mike Heseltine|
|Jake's M.O.||Danny McGurk|
|1986||Brighton Beach Memoirs||Frank Murphy|
|1982||The Verdict||Kevin Doneghy|
|2018||NCIS: Los Angeles||Former NIS Operative||Episode:"Các Tù Nhân"|
|2016||Documentary Now!||Episode:" Mr. Runner Up: My Life as an Oscar Bridesmaid, Part 2"|
|2013||Rizzoli & Isles||Leroy Grovner|
|2009||Criminal Minds||Tom Shaunessy|
|1993-1995||NYPD Blue||Captain Haverhill|
|1992-1995||Melrose Place||Matt Fielding, Sr.|
|1992||Quantum Leap||Ross Tyler|
|1989||Midnight Caller||Tommy Cobb||Episode: "Blood Red"|
|1987||The Room Upstairs||Frank||TV movie|
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