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James Whitmore Jr.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

James Whitmore Jr.
James Whitmore Jr. Rockford Files 1977.jpg
James Whitmore Jr. as Freddie Beamer in The Rockford Files.
Born
James Allen Whitmore III

(1948-10-24) October 24, 1948 (age 72)
OccupationActor, television director
Years active1977-present

James Allen Whitmore III (born October 24, 1948), better known as James Whitmore Jr., is an American actor best known for his role as Captain Jim Gutterman on the television program Baa Baa Black Sheep, and (since the 1980s) a television director. He is the son of actor James Whitmore.[1]

Life and career

Born in Manhattan, New York, Whitmore began his acting career relatively late. He has had recurring guest-starring roles on the TV series The Rockford Files and Hunter. He also appeared in two episodes of Magnum, P.I. and an episode of Battlestar Galactica before directing many episodes of series by Donald P. Bellisario, the creator of Magnum and a writer on Galactica.[2]

Whitmore occasionally acts in the episodes he directs, such as two episodes of Quantum Leap ("8 1/2 Months" and "Trilogy, Pt. 1"). In that series, as well as several others, he played different characters in each appearance, rather than recurring roles.[2]

In addition to directing episodes of shows for Bellisario (Quantum Leap, Tequila and Bonetti, JAG, NCIS, and NCIS: Los Angeles), Whitmore directed episodes of more than one series for Joss Whedon. Whitmore directed the final episodes of two different series (Dawson's Creek and the aforementioned Quantum Leap). After Leap, Whitmore again directed Scott Bakula in episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise, NCIS: New Orleans (including the Dean Stockwell reunion episode), and Mr. and Mrs. Smith. He also directed David Boreanaz in both Angel and Bones. The Pretender reunited Whitmore with many of the same writing staff as Quantum Leap.

Filmography

Director

Actor

References

  1. ^ James Whitmore Jr. Archived 2012-04-22 at the Wayback Machine, Peterborough Players
  2. ^ a b James Whitmore Jr. Biography (1948-), Film Reference

External links

This page was last edited on 6 September 2020, at 22:37
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