James Handy

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James Handy
Born New York City, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1977–present

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.

Acting career[edit]

Handy is best known for his multiple guest star roles in TV 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, Quantum Leap, among numerous other TV series appearances.

Selected filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2010 Lifted Travis
The Waiter The CEO
2008 Rounds Nathan
2002 Ash Wednesday Father Mahoney
The Trip Hal
2001 15 Minutes Deputy Chief Fire Marshal Declan Duffy
2000 Unbreakable Priest
1999 K-911 Captain Byers Direct-to-video
1995 Jumanji Exterminator
1994 Guarding Tess Neal Carlo
Rave Review James
1993 Point of No Return Operative
1991 The Rocketeer Wooly
1990 Arachnophobia Milton Briggs
1989 K-9 Byers
1988 Bird Esteves
1987 Burglar Carson Verrill
Jake's M.O. Danny McGurk
1986 Brighton Beach Memoirs Frank Murphy
1982 The Verdict Kevin Doneghy
1981 Taps Sheriff
TV
Year Title Role Notes
2014 Mulaney Father Ed
2013 Rizzoli & Isles Leroy Grovner
2010 Castle Clifford Stuckey
2009 Criminal Minds Tom Shaunessy
2002 Alias Arthur Devlin
1997 Profiler Lou Handleman
1992-1995 Melrose Place Matt Fielding, Sr.
1992 Quantum Leap Ross Tyler
1987 The Room Upstairs Frank TV movie

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