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Tom Skerritt

Full / Real Name: Thomas Alderton Skerritt
Born: 25 August 1933 (87 years old)
Gender: Male

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Tom Skerritt is an American actor best known for his role as Sheriff Jimmy Brock in the dramedy television series Picket Fences, from 1992-1996, for which he won an Emmy award in 1993 for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.


Television Roles

Show

Character

William Walker

William Walker

William Walker

Evan Drake

Lew Morgan

Jimmy Ford

Jimmy Ford

Patrick McCord

Jimmy Brock

Sheriff Jimmy Brock

Sheriff Jimmy Brock

Sheriff Jimmy Brock

Det. Joey 'O' Olin

Herb Smith

James Paisley

Senator Chris Carrick

Alan Mitchell

Dr. Jay Markus


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