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Sedgwick, Robert (Rob Sedgwick)

Sedgwick, Robert (Rob Sedgwick)


Brother of Kyra Sedgwick (an actress).




Film Appearances:

Craighton, Morgan Stewart's Coming Home (also known as Home Front), New Century Vista Film Company, 1987.

Doctor, Staying Together, Hemdale, 1989.

Lee, "Lot 249," Tales from the Darkside: The Movie, Paramount, 1990.

Elmore Dubarque, Tune in Tomorrow … (also known as Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter), Cinecom Pictures, 1990.

(As Rob Sedgwick) Rolf, Die Hard: With a Vengeance (also known as Die Hard 3), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995.

(As Rob Sedgwick) Bugger, Vibrations (also known as Cyberstorm), Dimension Films, 1996.

(As Rob Sedgwick) Frank, Side Streets, Cargo Films, 1998.

(As Rob Sedgwick) Tennis pro, Everyone's Depressed, 2005.

(As Rob Sedgwick) Emily's third grade teacher, Lover-boy, THINKFilm, 2005.

Adam, The Mirror, 2005.

Television Appearances; Series:

Hunter Bradshaw, Another World (also known as Another World: Bay City), NBC, 1984-85.

Greg Ellis, One Life to Live, ABC, 1990.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

(As Rob Sedgwick) Chris Wolf, Perfect Murder, Perfect Town: JonBenet and the City of Boulder, 2000.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Brad, Nasty Hero, 1987.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Peter Stoneman, Deadline, NBC, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Mickey, "Promises to Keep," Law & Order, NBC, 1993.

(As Rob Sedgwick) "Losing Streak," Ed, NBC, 2001.

(As Rob Sedgwick) James Campbell, "Victims," Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU and Special Victims Unit), NBC, 2001.

(As Rob Sedgwick) Mike, "Want," Law & Order: Criminal Intent (also known as Law & Order: CI), NBC, 2004.

(As Rob Sedgwick) Elliot Peters, "Fluency," Law & Order, NBC, 2005.

Stage Appearances:

Major Barbara, Irish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1997.

Finder's Fee, Rattlestick Theatre, New York City, 2002.

Bliss, Rattlestick Theatre, 2002.


Video Games:

(As Rob Sedgwick) Voice of Smileys number three, Manhunt, Rockstar Games, 2003.

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