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Peter Weller

Born: 24 June 1947 (74 years old)
Gender: Male

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Peter Weller is an American actor and director best known for playing the title role in the blockbuster movies RoboCop (1987) and RoboCop 2 (1990).

He is known to television audiences for his role as terrorist collaborator Christopher Henderson in the fifth season of the action series 24, appearing in 11 episodes in 2006.


Television Roles

Show

Character

Christopher Henderson

Stan Liddy

Bert Mazzani

Alistair Peck

Hookman/Curt Stoner

Dr. Penza

Lucien Connally

Lucien Connally

Lucien Connally

Lucien Connally

Actor Playing Stottlemeyer

Yin/Professor Karl Rotmensen

Charles Barosky

Charles Barosky

John Frederick Paxton


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