Garret Dillahunt is an American actor best known for his television roles as Jack McCall (and later Francis Wolcott) in Deadwood (2004-2005), as Matthew Ross in The 4400 (2005-2006) and as Cromartie in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, from 2008-2009.
He also starred as Burt Chance in the television sitcom Raising Hope, from 2010-2014.
He is also known for his role as Deputy Wendell, Tommy Lee Jones's sidekick, in No Country for Old Men, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2007.
He also recently co-starred in The Assasination of Jesse James opposite Brad Pitt, The Road with Viggo Mortenson and Charlize Theron, and The Last House on the Left.
Dillahunt gained recognition for his roles in the acclaimed series Deadwood, where he portrayed two different characters: the assassin Jack McCall and the complex and deadly Francis Wolcott.
Recognizing Dillahunt's talent in his first incarnation, executive producer/writer David Milch created a second character for him.
He portrayed a very accessible Jesus Christ in the controversial series Book of Daniel, and had recurring roles on ER and The 4400. He co-starred in the cable series John From Cincinnati, from Deadwood producer David Milch.
Previously, he garnered attention for his roles in the controversial, Sundance Grand Jury prize-winning The Believer and the Oscar-nominated short By Courier.
Dillahunt's theatrical resume includes performances both on and off-Broadway and at such respected theater companies as Steppenwolf, ACT San Francisco, Seattle Rep, Huntington Stage, Williamstown, and the Berkshire Theater Festival.
Additionally, he has guest-starred in such television series as Numb3rs, Law & Order and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Dillahunt studied journalism at the University of Washington, and went on to earn his MFA at New York University's renowned graduate acting program. He divides his time between New York and Los Angeles.