Creaghan, Dennis 1942–
Creaghan, Dennis 1942–
Born May 1, 1942, in London, England.
Policeman, Dream Lover, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1986.
Bill Compton, Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, Warner Bros., 1987.
Major Dreesen, Robo Warriors, Republic Entertainment, 1996.
Caroline's minister, The Other Sister, Buena Vista, 1999.
Museum director Jim Lenox, The Thomas Crown Affair, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1999.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Albert McKisco, Tender Is the Night, Showtime, 1985.
Clint Etheridge, Strong Medicine (also known as Arthur Hailey's "Strong Medicine"), CBS, 1986.
Duncan Lattimer, Murder One: Diary of a Serial Killer, ABC, 1997.
Lamont, Mr. Murder (also known as Dean Koontz's "Mr. Murder"), ABC, 1998.
Television Appearances; Movies:
First staff man, Murrow, HBO, 1986.
Dr. Bill Reed, The Ted Kennedy, Jr. Story, NBC, 1986.
Head of CIA, A Very British Coup, PBS and Channel 4, 1988.
Charles Demming, Matlock: The Thief, 1989.
General Ungerland, Breaking Point, ABC, 1989.
Scully O'Brian, Prime Target, NBC, 1989.
Curtis Horn, Daughters of Privilege (also known as Keys to the Kingdom), NBC, 1991.
Nigel Neville, Project: ALF (also known as Alf—Der Film), ABC, 1996.
Alan Koch, Two Voices (also known as Two Small Voices), Lifetime, 1997.
Fire chief, Inferno, UPN, 1998.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Brooklyn South, CBS, 1997.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
American hotel receptionist, "The Trust," Reilly: Ace of Spies, 1983.
Joe Conte, "The Last Interview," Bergerac, BBC1, 1985.
Dr. Frank, "End of Innocence," The Young Riders, ABC, 1989.
Charles Demming, "The Thief: Parts 1 & 2," Matlock, NBC, 1989.
Louis, "Family," Star Trek: The Next Generation, syndicated, 1990.
"God Rest Ye Murray Gentleman," L.A. Law, NBC, 1990.
"In the Still of the Night," Jake and the Fatman, 1990.
Roland Petrie, "Small," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1991.
"The Pound and the Fury," Civil Wars, ABC, 1991.
Leonard Gorham, "Promises to Keep," Law & Order, NBC, 1993.
Monsignor Doherty, "Rockin' Robin," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1994.
District Attorney Jack Collins, "Stephanie and the Wolves," Central Park West, CBS, 1995.
District Attorney Jack Collins, "Chess Moves," Central Park West, CBS, 1995.
District Attorney Jack Collins, "The Best, False Friend," Central Park West, CBS, 1995.
District Attorney Jack Collins, "Days of Thunder," Central Park West, CBS, 1995.
Gregory King, "Misdiagnosis Murder," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1996.
Charles, literary agent, "The Dark Side of the Door," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1996.
Walter Exley, "Evasion of the Body Snatchers," Total Security, ABC, 1997.
J. Lee Rankin, "The Warren Omission," Dark Skies, NBC, 1997.
Judge J. Kramer, "Search and Seizure," The Practice, ABC, 1997.
Inspector Al Friedrich, "Love Hurts," Brooklyn South, CBS, 1997.
"Flight," Law & Order, NBC, 1998.
Liddle, "Whose Monkey Is It Anyway?," Law & Order, NBC, 2001.
George's lawyer, "The Test," Ed, NBC, 2001.
Wendell, "Mind over Matter," Ed, NBC, 2001.
Doug Maple, Sr., "Firestarter," Third Watch, NBC, 2002.
Also appeared as Senator Randolph Keller, John Grisham's "The Client," CBS; Tina's father, Cracker, ABC; Jeb Charlton, L.A. Doctors, CBS.
Orderly and understudy for the roles of Ross, Bishop Walsham How, Snork, Frederick Trevesaw, Belgian policeman, Earl, London policeman, Lord John, Pinhead manager, and Will, The Elephant Man, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1979–81.
Arthur Duncan, Pterodactyls, Vineyard Theatre, New York City, 1993.
Golf with Alan Shepard, Barter Theatre, VA, 1999.
Summerhays, Misalliance, Guthrie Theatre, MN, 2000.
Andrew Duncan, 45 Seconds from Broadway, Richard Rodgers Theatre, New York City, 2001–2002.
Brackish, Park Your Car in Harvard Yard, Caldwell Theatre, Boca Raton, FL, 2003.
Thor, Morning's at Seven, Caldwell Theatre, 2004.
The Dining Room, Caldwell Theatre, 2004.
Colonel Pickering, My Fair Lady, Hartford Stage, Hartford, CT, 2004 Wilton, Enchanted April, Caldwell Theatre, 2005.
Also appeared in The Little Foxes, West End production, London; as Basil, Iago, Caldwell Theatre Company.
Worked as stage manager, The Elephant Man, York Theatre at St. Peter's, New York City.
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