Born: 26 February 1960 (60 years old)
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Michael Cumpsty is an English actor known for his recurring television roles as Frank Kittredge in L.A. Law (1991-1992) and as Father Ed Brennan in Boardwalk Empire, since 2011.
All My Children - Season 1
Boardwalk Empire - Season 2
Father Ed Brennan
Boardwalk Empire - Season 3
Elementary - Season 3
L.A. Law - Season 6
Law & Order - Season 9
Law & Order: Criminal Intent - Season 6
Law & Order: Criminal Intent - Season 10
Bing Cullman aka Arnold Binder
Madam Secretary - Season 1
Made in Jersey - Season 1
Mercy - Season 1
Nurse Jackie - Season 3
Star Trek: Voyager - Season 1
Star Trek: Voyager - Season 2
The Knick - Season 2
Judge Parkinson Bothamly
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