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Tom Amandes

Born: 09 March 1959 (60 years old)
Gender: Male

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Tom Amandes is an American actor best known for his role as Dr Harold Abbott in the family drama series Everwood, appearing in 89 episodes from 2002-2006.

He also played the lead role of Eliot Ness in 14 episode of The Untouchables (1993-1994). He appeared in three episodes of JAG as Cmdr. John Flagler, and in four episodes of The Guardian, playing Dr. Thomas Reed.

Other television shows he has appeared in include Murphy Brown; Roseanne; Sisters; ER; Just Shoot Me!; The King Of Queens; Family Law; The Practice; NYPD Blue; Spin City and NUMB3RS.

Amandes has had roles in the made-for-TV movies Overexposed (1992); Because Mommy Works (1994); If Someone Had Known (1995); Down Will Come Baby (1999); If You Believe (1999); When Good Ghouls Go Bad (2001); and Live from Baghdad (2002).

He has appeared in the feature films Straight Talk (1992); The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996); Second Chances (1998); Billboard Dad (1998); Brokedown Palace (1999); Dirty Deeds (2005); and Bonneville (2006).

In 2005 he directed two episodes of Everwood.


Television Roles

Show

Character

President Bernard Milbert

Guest Star

Noah Kuttler / Calculator

State Rep. Roy Colburn

A.A.G. Jeremy Hollis

Attorney Jeremy Hollis

Doug Davis

Aaron Stokes

Detective Ryan Wheeler

Bert

Mr. Harkin

Pastor Dunn

Martin Posner

Martin Posner

Dr. Harold Abbott

Dr. Harold Abbott

Dr. Harold Abbott

Dr. Harold Abbott

Mitch Rhinehart

Jack

Charlie Waller

Matt Bentley

Livingston

Richard

Dr. Allen

Lawrence Dryden

David Jessup

Dr. Pelikan

Dr. Pelikan

Dr. Pelikan

Charlie

Lawrence Stamberg

Julian Wheeler

Don Branford

Governor Reston

Governor Samuel Reston

Dr. Kalfuss

Dr. Thomas Reed

Les Fisker

D.A. Pratt

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