Peter O'Meara

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Peter O'Meara
Born (1969-10-27) 27 October 1969 (age 47)
County Tipperary, Ireland

Peter O'Meara is an award-winning Irish actor. Lauded for his work on the London stage he came to the screen in the groundbreaking HBO series Band of Brothers playing 1st Lt Norman Dike. He garnered a popular following on USA TV series Peacemakers as Det Larimer Finch bringing the science of the future to the old west opposite Tom Berenger as Marshall Jared Stone. For this he received the Western Heritage Bronze Wrangler award.

The series debuted in 2004 as basic cable's then highest ever premiere. O'Meara went on to star on season 4 of Alias as international arms dealer Martin Bishop opposite Jennifer Garner. He has also guest starred on CSI: NY with Gary Sinise, Without a Trace with Anthony La Paglia and The Forgotten with Christian Slater. All three are produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. He recently recurred on the Sky/Cinemax action series Strike Back as Major Brian Donoghue.

O'Meara has appeared in the independent features Haven with Orlando Bloom, Resident Evil: Extinction, with Milla Jovovich and the acclaimed British First World War drama My Boy Jack with Daniel Radcliffe and Carey Mulligan

O'Meara took minor roles in the indie comedy The Grand with Ray Romano and the film Leap Year opposite Amy Adams and John Lithgow.

O'Meara is friend to Justin Long in the New Line Cinema hit romantic comedy He's Just Not That into You playing Bill opposite Ginnifer Goodwin. The CD film soundtrack contains a special extra date scene between the two.

In 2013, O'Meara joined series four of acclaimed award winning Irish television drama Love/Hate in the role of conflicted dentist Andrew.[1]

He also appeared in the American drama series, NCIS (TV series), guest-starring in the Season 12 episode, "The Lost Boys",

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  1. ^ "video-lovehate-dentist-bites-back-at-his-critics-29702166". lovehate. 26 October 2013. Retrieved 28 October 2013. 

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