Berkeley, Xander 1955(?)–

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BERKELEY, Xander 1955(?)–

(Xander R. Berkeley)


Born December 15, 1955 (other sources cite December 6, December 16, or 1958), in Brooklyn, New York, NY; married Sarah Clarke (an actress), September 7, 2002. Education: Attended Hampshire College; trained at HB Studio, New York City; studied with Uta Hagen and Lee Strasberg. Avocational Interests: Painting, sculpting.

Addresses: Agent—Gabrielle Krengel, Domain, 100 North Crescent Dr., Suite 323, Beverly Hills, CA 90201. Manager—Mosaic Media Group, 9200 Sunset Blvd., 10th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

Career: Actor.

Awards, Honors: Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series, 2003, for 24.


Television Appearances; Series:

Voices of Mike Stewart and priest, Spawn (animated; also known as Spawn: The Animated Series, Spawn 2, Spawn 3: Ultimate Battle, and Todd McFarlane's "Spawn"), HBO, 1997–99.

George Mason, 24 (also known as 24 Hours), Fox, 2002–2003.

Sheriff Rory Atwater, a recurring role, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as CSI), CBS, 2003–2004.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Deadly Matrimony (also known as Shattered Promises), NBC, 1992.

Bo Alan Tyler, Netforce (also known as Tom Clancy's "Netforce"), ABC, 1999.

Himself, The 100 Scariest Movie Moments, Bravo, 2004.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Fire on the Mountain, NBC, 1981.

Waingro, L.A. Takedown (also known as L.A. Crimewave and Made in L.A.), NBC, 1989.

Bruce MacNamara, Not of This World, CBS, 1991.

Harry Copeland, Dillinger, ABC, 1991.

Wayne, Murder in High Places, NBC, 1991.

Harold, The Keys, NBC, 1992.

Peter Zenner, A Private Matter (also known as Miss Sherri), HBO, 1992.

James Blakemore, It's Nothing Personal, NBC, 1993.

Russ Loring (some sources cite Russ Lawrence), Donato and Daughter (also known as Dead to Rights and Under Threat), CBS, 1993.

Second man, Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman, HBO, 1993.

Sherman Carson, Roswell (also known as Incident at Roswell and Roswell: The U.F.O. Cover-Up), Showtime, 1994.

Buzz Aldrin, Apollo 11 (also known as Apollo 11: The Movie), Family Channel, 1996.

Curtis Harrison, A Kidnapping in the Family, 1996.

John Barrows, "1974" segment, If These Walls Could Talk, HBO, 1996.

Ryan, Within the Rock, Sci-Fi Channel, 1996.

Tosh, Persons Unknown, HBO, 1996.

(Uncredited) Date number four, For Hope, ABC, 1997.

Male interviewer, Breast Men, HBO, 1997.

Gavreau, Winchell, HBO, 1998.

Lieutenant Clyde Webber, Phoenix, HBO, 1998.

Magma, Sci-Fi Channel, 2005.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Himself, 24: Access All Areas, BBC, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Marine, "Give 'em Hell, Hawkeye," M∗A∗S∗H, CBS, 1981.

Christopher Hawks, "Harts on Their Toes," Hart to Hart, ABC, 1982.

Eric Fromby, "Escape from Death Island," Tales of the Gold Monkey, ABC, 1982.

Tom, "A Minor Problem," The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1982.

Baker, "The Beast from the Belly of a Boeing," The A Team, NBC, 1983.

Charlie, "Steele Crazy after All These Years," Remington Steele, NBC, 1983.

Maurice, "The Gang's All Here," Cagney & Lacey, CBS, 1983.

Buzz Whitehead, "Strangers," Falcon Crest, CBS, 1984.

Lieutenant Wilson, "Showdown!," The A Team, NBC, 1984.

Taxi driver, "The Hardcase," Riptide, NBC, 1984.

Isaac Henley, "Breakout," V, NBC, 1985.

Dave, "Take My Life … Please!," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1986.

Scalper, "Symphony in Knocked Flat," Moonlighting, ABC, 1986.

Tommy Lowell, "Like a Hurricane," Miami Vice, NBC, 1987.

Bailey, "Victims of Circumstance," Miami Vice, NBC, 1989.

Carl Maxwell, "The Exotic Dancer Mystery," Father Dowling Mysteries, ABC, 1990.

Ray Spiotta, "Romp," Wiseguy, CBS, 1990.

Brett Bones, "Riverboat," The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. (also known as Brisco County, Jr.), Fox, 1993.

Dr. Hodge, "Ice," The X-Files, Fox, 1993.

Michael Vetta, Crime and Punishment, NBC, 1993.

Dr. Carl Wechsler, "Blondes Have More Fun," New York Undercover, Fox, 1994.

Christopher Nnngaarzh, "Why Are the Blumenthals Living in My House?," Partners, Fox, 1995.

J. W. Mainwaring, "'Bout Money," Pointman, syndicated, 1995.

Voice of Iago, "High Noon," Gargoyles (animated), ABC and syndicated, 1995.

Voice of Iago, "Legion," Gargoyles (animated), ABC and syndicated, 1995.

Hackworth, "No Money Down," High Incident, ABC, 1996.

Neil Wojak, "Genesis," Nash Bridges (also known as Bridges), CBS, 1996.

Terry McCammon, "Falling Star," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1996.

Voice of Coldsteel, "Possession," Gargoyles (animated), ABC and syndicated, 1996.

Voice of Phineas T. Viper, "Beak to the Future," Mighty Ducks (animated; also known as Disney's "Mighty Ducks" and Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series), ABC, 1996.

Jimbo, "Reading for Pleasure," Women: Stories of Passion, Showtime, 1997.

Marcus Flint, "Con Law," Players, NBC, 1997.

Voice, "Bird of Prey," Extreme Ghostbusters (animated), syndicated, 1997.

Voice, "Duckman and Cornfed in 'Haunted Society Plumbers,'" Duckman (animated), USA Network, 1997.

Voice, "In Your Dreams," Extreme Ghostbusters (animated), syndicated, 1997.

Detective Wilson, "Good Luck, Ruth Johnson," ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 1998.

Voice of second barking deer, "Born to Be Wild," The Wild Thornberrys (animated), Nickelodeon, 1999.

Voice of stoat, "Show Me the Bunny," The Wild Thornberrys (animated), Nickelodeon, 1999.

Clay Shelton, "Lily of the Field," Going to California, Showtime, 2001.

George Mason, "4:00 a.m.-5:00 a.m.," 24 (also known as 24 Hours), Fox, 2001.

Voice of Dr. Chides, "The Curse of the Cobra: Part 2," Batman Beyond (animated), The WB, 2001.

Voice of General Brak, "The Enemy Below: Parts 1 & 2," Justice League (animated; also known as JL, JLA, and Justice League of America), The Cartoon Network, 2001.

Keith Nolan, "Back in the Bottle," The Court, ABC, 2002.

Keith Nolan, "Snakes in the Grass," The Court, ABC, 2002.

Keith Nolan, "A Wing and a Prayer," The Court, ABC, 2002.

Alvin Simmons, "The One that Got Away," Karen Sisco, ABC, 2003.

Harry Kellogg, "Pharaoh's Curse," The Twilight Zone, UPN, 2003.

Himself, Pure 24, BBC-3, multiple episodes in 2003.

Voice, Spider-Man (animated; also known as Spider-Man: The New Animated Series), MTV, 2003.

Voice of Warp, "How Long Is Forever?," Teen Titans (animated), Cartoon Network, 2004.

Clay Pollack, "Fluency," Law & Order, NBC, 2005.

Voice of Mento, "Homecoming: Part 1," Teen Titans (animated), Cartoon Network, 2005.

Voices of General Immortus and Mento, "Homecoming: Part 2," Teen Titans (animated), Cartoon Network, 2005.

Appeared as Bernard, Good Advice, CBS; and as the voices of Snav and Urbab, Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (animated), Nickelodeon. Appeared as a warden in "Breakout," an unaired episode of Three, The WB.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Dr. Noah Fredericks, Dr. Paradise, CBS, 1988.

Lew, Life on Mars, HBO, 1994.

Hell, Fox, 1995.

Carl, Wolf Lake, CBS, 2001.

Television Appearances; Other:

Bad person, I'd Lie for You and That's the Truth, MTV, 1996.

Film Appearances:

Christopher Crawford as an adult, Mommie Dearest, Paramount, 1981.

Connally, Tag: The Assassination Game (also known as Everybody Gets It in the End and Kiss Me, Kill Me), 1982.

Kent Sutcliffe, Volunteers, TriStar, 1985.

Bowery Snax, Sid and Nancy (also known as Sid and Nancy: Love Kills), Samuel Goldwyn, 1986.

Bryon Cole, Walker, Universal, 1987.

Cardogan, The Verne Miller Story (also known as Gangland and Verne Miller), Manson International, 1987.

Preacher McMahon, Straight to Hell, Island Pictures, 1987.

(As Xander R. Berkeley) Omega Syndrome, New World, 1987.

EZ Andy, The Lawless Land, Concorde, 1988.

Jack Torme, Deadly Dreams, Concorde, 1988.

Ricky Fell, Tapeheads, De Laurentiis Entertainment Group/Avenue Group, 1988.

John Patrick Earl, The Assassin, SGC, 1989.

Lloyd, The Fabulous Baker Boys, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989.

Blackwell, The Rookie, Warner Bros., 1990.

Carl Stark, Short Time, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990.

Detective, The Guardian, Universal, 1990.

Fast Eddie, The Last of the Finest (also known as Blue Heat and Street Legal), Orion, 1990.

Lieutenant Pierson, The Grifters, Miramax, 1990.

Monty, The Gumshoe Kid (also known as The Detective Kid), Argus Entertainment, 1990.

Rudy Mohr, Internal Affairs, Paramount, 1990.

Harvey Preston, Billy Bathgate, Buena Vista, 1991.

Roberts, For the Boys, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991.

Todd Voight, Terminator 2: Judgment Day (also known as T2, T2: Extreme Edition, T2—Terminator 2: Judgment Day, T2: Ultimate Edition, El exterminator 2, and Terminator 2—Le jugement dernier), TriStar, 1991.

Captain Whitaker, A Few Good Men, Columbia, 1992.

Mr. Marchat, The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag, Buena Vista, 1992.

Trevor Lyle, Candyman (also known as Clive Barker's "Candyman"), TriStar, 1992.

Joey Szabo, Caroline at Midnight (also known as Someone's Watching), 1994.

Cynical cab driver, Leaving Las Vegas, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1995.

Donald Falk, Poison Ivy II (also known as Poison Ivy II: Lily), New Line Cinema, 1995.

Greg White, Safe, Sony Pictures Classics, 1995.

Henry Hurt, Apollo 13, Universal, 1995, also released as Apollo 13: The IMAX Experience.

Ralph, Heat, Warner Bros., 1995.

Shakespeare, The Fifteen Minute Hamlet (short film), 1995.

Agent Daryll Gentry, Bulletproof, Universal, 1996.

Alexander Willis, Barb Wire, Gramercy Pictures, 1996.

Danny "Figaretto" Evans, The Killing Jar, Curb Entertainment, 1996.

J. D. Johnson, Driven, 1996.

(Uncredited) Lonner, The Rock, Buena Vista, 1996.

Sunburned man, A Family Thing, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1996.

Agent Gibbs, Air Force One (also known as AFO), Columbia, 1997.

Charlie's friend, One Night Stand, New Line Cinema, 1997.

Dr. Lamar, Gattaca (also known as Gattica), Columbia, 1997.

Hammond, Amistad, DreamWorks, 1997.

Dr. Dylan Cotner, Universal Soldier: The Return (also known as Universal Soldier IV), Columbia, 1999.

Yepihodov, The Cherry Orchard (also known as La cerisaie and O Byssinokipos), Les Films de l'Astre, 1999.

Evan Wantz, Timecode, Screen Gems, 2000.

Marshal Nathan Van Cleef, Shanghai Noon, Buena Vista, 2000.

Dakar "Dak" Johnston, China: The Panda Adventure, IMAX Corporation, 2001.

Joey Patterson, Quicksand, Overseas FilmGroup, 2001.

Virgil Koster, The Man from Elysian Fields, Samuel Goldwyn, 2001.

Mr. DeMarco, "Non-Fiction," Storytelling, Fine Line Features, 2002.

Charly, The Stranger (short film), 1171 Production Group, 2003.

Tommy Tulip, The Third Date (short film), Gigantic Pictures/Iron Films, 2003.

Admiral Kentz, In Enemy Hands (also known as U-Boat), Artisan Entertainment/Lions Gate Films/Splendid Pictures, 2004.

Hanrahan, Below the Belt (also known as Human Error), 2004.

Harkness, Drop Dead Sexy, Curb Entertainment, 2004.

Jonathan, Standing Still, Insomnia Entertainment/Rice/Walters Productions, 2004.

The Last Full Measure (short film), American Film Institute, 2004.

Arlen Pavich, North Country, Warner Bros., 2005.

Gus, Deepwater, Halcyon Entertainment, 2005.

Doc Ruppert, The Garage, Urban Wolf Productions, 2006.

Uncle Doug, The Land, Picture Farm/Muskat Filmed Properties, 2006.

The Secret Life of Superfans (documentary), Ardustry Entertainment, 2006.

Some sources cite an appearance in The Truth about Juliet, c. 1997.

Stage Appearances:

Appeared in various productions, including Days in a Can, Early Dark, and The Happy Hunter.



Himself, Back to Hell (documentary), 2002.

Video Games:

Voice of Dexter Hovis, Freelancer, Microsoft, 2003.



TV Zone Special, May, 1996, pp. 38-39.

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