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Lynch, Barry

Lynch, Barry

(Barry J. Lynch)


Born in Brooklyn, NY; brother of Richard Lynch (an actor); uncle of Christopher Lynch (an actor).




Film Appearances:

Policeman, The Lost Tribe, Fox Hills Video, 1983.

O'Connell, South Bronx Heroes (also known as Revenge of the Innocents), Continental Video, 1985.

Andy Johnson, Rawhead Rex (also known as RawHead-Rex), Empire Pictures, 1986.

Bob's law partner, Nightforce (also known as Night Force), Vestron Video, 1987.

Desert Kickboxer (also known as Desert Hawk), Home Box Office Home Video, 1992.

Hesse, Demonic Toys (also known as Dangerous Toys), Full Moon Entertainment, 1992.

Sir, Infested (also known as Ticks), Republic Pictures Home Video, 1993.

Horst, Pentathlon, Live Entertainment, 1994.

Senator Williams, Total Force, 1997.

Scampi, The Circle (short), Trimark Video, 2001.

Simon, Time Lapse, 2001.

Connor, The Pickets (short), 2002.

Professor Webb, The Call of Cthulhu, 2005.

Bobby, The Wager (short), 2006.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Georges, Les poneys sauvages, 1983.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Dennis McGraw, Three Wishes for Jamie, syndicated, 1987.

Earnshaw, It's Always Something, ABC, 1990.

Sworn to Vengeance, CBS, 1993.

Agriculture Secretary Spencer, The Enemy Within, HBO, 1994.

Angus Glass, Greyhounds, CBS, 1994.

Michael, Matt's attorney, The Return of Hunter (also known as The Return of Hunter: Everyone Walks in L.A.), NBC, 1995.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Barry Bloom, "Vote of Confidence," Miami Vice, NBC, 1988.

Mark, "I've Got a Secret," Kate & Allie, CBS, 1989.

Ray Stepakoff, Civil Wars, ABC, 1991.

John Melzone, "Shoot the Breeze," The Commish, ABC, 1992.

Victor Greenleaf, "Deadlier Than the Male," Dangerous Curves, CBS, 1992.

Ensign Stefan DeSeve, "Face of the Enemy," Star Trek: The Next Generation (also known as Star Trek: TNG), syndicated, 1993.

"Leap of Faith," L.A. Law, NBC, 1993.

"Mr. Chapman, I Presume," Cobra, syndicated, 1993.

McLaughlin, "Shoot to Kill," Between the Lines (also known as Inside the Line), BBC, 1994.

"Ace in the Hole," Renegade, USA Network and syndicated, 1995.

"Family Ties," Renegade, USA Network and syndicated, 1995.

Bart Browning, "Heatwave," Pacific Blue, USA Network, 1996.

(As Barry J. Lynch) "Contact Sport," Players, NBC, 1997.

Judge Davis, "The Paper War," Judging Amy, CBS, 2005.

Stage Appearances:

Jack, The Weir, Gene Bua Theater, Burbank, CA, 2002.


Video Games:

Voice, Star Trek: Klingon, Simon & Schuster Interactive, 1996.

Nikolai Andropov, Star Trek: Borg, Simon & Schuster Interactive, 1996.

Voice of academy helmsman, Ra'wl'a captain, freighter captain 1, and Tlhoy captain, Star Trek: Klingon Academy, 2000.

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