Steve Ryan (actor)

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Steve Ryan
Born June 19, 1947
Manhattan, New York
Died September 3, 2007 (aged 60)
Duarte, California
Occupation Actor

Steve Ryan (June 19, 1947 – September 3, 2007) was an American actor.

Career[edit]

He was best known for his recurring role on the Fox sitcom Arrested Development as J. Walter Weatherman. Some of his other roles included "Detective Nate Grossman" on the NBC Police series Crime Story and his role as "Bobick" on Daddio. He had recurring roles as Sgt. Adams on CSI, as Secretary of Defense Miles Hutchinson on The West Wing, as Father Conti on American Dreams, as Officer Mike Healy on Oz, and as Mark Volchek on Wiseguy

Ryan's notable stage appearances included the original Broadway production of "I'm Not Rappaport" and revivals of "On The Waterfront" and "Guys and Dolls". He also performed at most of America's major regional theatres, including Yale Repertory Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and Milwaukee Repertory Theatre.

Death[edit]

Ryan died in Duarte, California, aged 60, following a long illness.

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