Mark Shera

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Mark Shera
Occupation Actor

Mark Shera is an American actor, who is perhaps best known for his role as J.R. in the CBS television series Barnaby Jones.

Shera was cast from 1975 to 1976 in the ABC television series S.W.A.T. in the role of Officer Dominic Luca. He was a guest star on ABC's The Love Boat in 1978, with Janis Paige and Monty Hall playing his parents.

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Year Title Role Notes
1990 Ladies on Sweet Street Patrick
1996 Black Mask Voice

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1970 New Love, American Style 1 Episode: Love and the Housekeeper
1974 Nicky's World Nicky Kaminis TV Movie
Kojak Patrolman Ralph Warren 1 Episode: The Best war in Town
1975 Gunsmoke Joachim Etchahoun 1 Episode: Manolo
1975-76 S.W.A.T. Officer Dominic Luca 37 Episodes
1976-80 Barnaby Jones Jedediah Romano "J.R." Jones 93 Episodes
1978-79 The Love Boat Jeff Cross / Bruce Morrison 2 Episodes: Ages of Man/Bo 'n Sam/Families, A Selfless Love/The Nubile Nurse/Parents Know Best
1979 $weepstake$ Vince 1 Episode: #1.3
1981 Aloha Paradise Matt Shaw 1 Episode: Best of Friends/Success/Nine Karats
1983 Matt Houston Marquis Duval Jr. 1 Episode: The Hunted
Adams House Michael Purcell TV Movie
1984 Fantasy Island Mark Hodges 1 Episode: Lady of the House/Mrs. Brandell's Favorites
His Mistress Jeff Perkins TV Movie
1985-88 Murder, She Wrote Raymond Carmody / Van Buran / Thor Danziger 4 Episodes: Capitol Offense, Death Stalks the Big Top: Part 1 & 2, Murder Through the Looking Glass
1986 Blacke's Magic Lt. Ted Byrnes 2 Episodes: Breathing Room (Pilot), Death Goes to the Movies
Crazy Like a Fox Ted Bennett / Swanson 1 Episode: The Fox Who Saw Too Much
1987 Right to Die Roger TV movie
1991 Dragnet Rabbi Fred Dworkin 1 Episode: The Vandals
1993 Almost Home Paul 1 Episode: You Ought to Be in Pictures
1995 Beverly Hills, 90210 Professor Hayward 1 Episode: Violated
2002 Taken Bruce from Nebraska, Radio Caller 1 Episode: Taken

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