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David Morse

Full / Real Name: David Bowditch Morse
Born: 11 October 1953 (68 years old)
Gender: Male

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David Morse is an American actor known for his supporting roles in movies like Twelve Monkeys, The Rock, Extreme Measures, The Green Mile and Proof Of Life.

He currently stars as Lieutenant Terry Colson in the television drama series Treme, since 2010.






Television Roles

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Character

Edgar Clenteen

Jim Bayliss

Michael Tritter

George Washington

Jerry "The Rainmaker" Raines

Douglas Lydecker

Lieutenant Terry Colson

Lieutenant Terry Colson

Eliot Bezzerides

Dr Peters




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