Stephen Dunham Bowers
September 14, 1964
|Died||September 14, 2012 (aged 48)|
|Other names||Stephen Bowers|
Stephen Dunham (September 14, 1964 – September 14, 2012) was an American actor, best known as Edward Pillows on the series DAG and known internationally for his roles as Mr. Henderson in The Mummy and Dr. Paul Chamberlain in Monster-in-Law.
Stephen Dunham was born Stephen Dunham Bowers in Boston, Massachusetts on September 14, 1964. He grew up in Manchester, New Hampshire. He was married to actress Alexondra Lee and was a lifelong Democrat.
Dunham was perhaps best known for his role as Mr Henderson in the hit 1999 film The Mummy. He had originally auditioned for the role of Rick O'Connell and was unsuccessful, however, director Stephen Sommers liked Dunham's acting enough to cast him as Henderson instead. Following this, he played Hunter Franklin on the short-lived sitcom Oh, Grow Up and Agent Edward Pillows in 17 episodes of DAG from 2000 to 2001.
He played the recurring role Peter in season 2 of What I Like About You and was also known for his role as Charlie Thorpe in Hot Properties. He acted in dozens of other television shows and major films. He appeared as Dr. Paul Chamberlain Monster-in-Law (2005), The Bill Engvall Show (2007), Chad on True Jackson, VP and had an appearance in Get Smart (2008).
In 2011, he appeared on Hot in Cleveland, playing an Amish bartender, and in 2012, he played his final role before his death in Paranormal Activity 4 alongside his real life wife Alexondra Lee as Doug Nelson.
|1987||You Talkin' to Me?||Uncredited|
|1995||Nonstop Pyramid Action||Nick||Short|
|1999||The Mummy||Mr Henderson|
|2002||Catch Me If You Can||Pilot #2|
|2003||Anger Management||Maitre d'|
|2005||Monster-in-Law||Dr. Paul Chamberlain|
|2008||Get Smart||Secret Service Commander|
|Paranormal Activity 4||Doug Nelson||Released Posthumously|
|1990||Grand||Repairman||Episode: Janice Steals Home|
|1999||Oh, Grow Up||Hunter Franklin||12 episodes|
|2000–2001||DAG||Agent Edward Pillows||17 episodes|
|2002||The Chronicle||Louis Phillips||2 episodes|
|2002||Presidio Med||Episode: When Approaching a Let-Go|
|2003||Just Shoot Me!||Andrew the Environmentalist||Episode: A Simple Kiss of Fate|
|2003||What I Like About You||Peter||8 episodes|
|2005||Hot Properties||Dr. Charlie Thorpe||13 episodes|
|2009||The Bill Engvall Show||Danny||3 episodes|
|2008–2010||True Jackson, VP||Chad Brackett||2 episodes|
|2011||Hot in Cleveland||Abner||Episode: Where's Elka?|
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