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Currie Graham
Name Currie Graham
Birth Date 26 February, 1967
Birth Place Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Family Wife and daughter
Years Active 1988 - present
Currie Graham is a Canadian stage, film and TV actor, very well known for his roles in TV shows as NYPD Blue, Suddenly Susan and House M.D.

BiographyEdit

Currie Graham, born in Hamilton and raised in Cardinal, Ontario, played basketball in high school and was introduced to acting when he signed up for the drama program thinking it was a chance to catch some sleep before games. As fate had it, he fell in love with theater and began performing in school plays. His parent's dream for him to become a medical doctor was set aside and he instead enrolled at the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, where he found a new home and in acting, he discovered his calling. Currie continued to appear in theatrical productions during and after his stint at the academy.

He has been acting for over two decades and has filled up his resume with a variety of television and film credits from a wide array of roles and genres since the late '80s. Graham is best known for playing Lt. Thomas Bale, the micromanaging station commander in the final season of the TV program NYPD Blue. His other regular starring TV appearances include the final season of the TV program Suddenly Susan as the male lead/romantic interest Nate Knaborski.

His television debut was a guest appearance in an episode of Just the Ten of Us in 1988. It wasn't until in 1992 that he followed that up playing a part in a Law & Order episode. During the next three years, Graham did a handful of films and made-for-TV movies including the crime dramedy Money for Nothing (1993). While primarily recognized as a TV actor, he has added several film credits to his name including the action thrillers Rancid (2004) and Assault on Precinct 13 (2005).

Graham has established a prolific career in television with multiple guest-starring roles, including recurring roles in House playing the husband of Dr. House's ex-girlfriend Stacy, 24 as Ted Cofell, Boston Legal as ADA Frank 'My Name Appears Second on the Ballot this November' Ginsberg, Desperate Housewives as Lynette Scavo's boss, Ed Ferrara, and in Men in Trees as Supervisor Richard Ellis, the romantic interest of local chief of police Celia Bachelor. Other guest appearances include TV shows as Judging Amy, Patrick Lehane on the TV Mini-Series Would Be Kings, CSI, Criminal Minds, Ghost Whisperer, Lie to Me, The Mentalist and Castle. Recently, he appeared in the direct-to-DVD film Stargate: The Ark of Truth, a film conclusion of the Stargate SG-1 television franchise, as IOA agent James Marrick, and then he went to star as Nick Balco in the series Raising the Bar.

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He portrayed Paul Thomas, a character of dubious moral and intentions who advertised himself as the Viper and got the attention of the team in the Season Four episode 52 Pickup.

FilmographyEdit

  • Fairly Legal - Believers (2011) TV episode - John Marsden
  • Smoke Screen (2010) - Raley Gannon
  • Henry's Crime (2010) - Simon
  • Castle - Wrapped Up in Death (2010) TV episode - Stanford Raynes
  • Private Practice - 2 episodes (2010) TV episodes - Russell
  • The Mentalist - 2 episodes - Redline (2010), Red Hot (2010) TV episodes - Walter Mashburn
  • Raising the Bar - 25 episodes (2008-2009) TV episodes - Nick Balco
  • Lie to Me - Undercover (2009) TV episode - Eric Kuransky
  • Ghost Whisperer - Thrilled to Death (2009) TV episode - Rick Hartman
  • Criminal Minds - 52 Pickup (2008) TV episode - Viper
  • Boston Legal - 9 episodes (2005-2008) TV episodes - A.D.A. Frank Ginsberg
  • Men in Trees - 10 episodes (2007-2008) TV episode - Supervisor Richard Ellis
  • The Capture of the Green River Killer (2008) TV mini-series - captain Norwell
  • Stargate: The Ark of Truth (2008) - James Marrick
  • Would Be Kings (2008) TV mini-series - Patrick Lahane
  • Elijah (2007) - Gary Filmon
  • By Appointment Only (2007) - Jake Brenner
  • Desperate Housewives - 9 episodes (2005-2007) TV episodes - Ed Ferrara
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - Caged (2001) - Stanley Hunter, Bang-Bang and Way to Go (2006) TV episodes - Willy Cutler
  • Augusta, Gone (2006) - John
  • House M.D. - 4 episodes (2005-2006) TV episodes - Mark Warner
  • The Accidental Witness (2006) - Victor Sandeman
  • A.K.A. (2006) - Capt. Mayhew
  • Over There - Suicide Rain (2005) TV episode - Corporal Shaver
  • NYPD Blue - 16 episodes (1997-2005) TV episodes - Lt. Thomas Bale
  • Assault on Precinct 13 (2005) - Mike Kahane
  • Deal (2005)
  • Rancid (2004) - Crispin Klein
  • The Drew Carey Show - Straight Eye for the Queer Guy (2004) TV episode - Russell
  • The Practice - The Firm (2004) TV episode - Sheldon Modry
  • CSI: Miami - Money for Nothing (2004) TV episode - Robert Mackenzie
  • Monk - Mr. Monk and the Missing Granny (2004) TV episode - Harold Maloney
  • Threat Matrix - Extremist Makeover (2004) TV episode - Agent Daley
  • The Handler - Hardcore (2003) TV episode - George
  • Cowboys and Indians: The J.J. Harper Story (2003) - Constable Robert Cross
  • Peacemakers - Bad Company (2003) TV episode - Linus Turrow
  • These Guys (2003) - Tom
  • 111 Gramercy Park (2003) - Ken Wilton
  • Angels Crest (2002) - Richard
  • Body & Soul (2002) TV series - Dr. Quinton Bremmer (unknown episodes)
  • Hip, Edgy, Sexy, Cool (2002)
  • Witchblade - Nailed (2002) TV episode - Carl Dalack
  • The Division - Welcome Home (2002) TV episode - Peter Sarkin
  • Judging Amy - Boston Terriers from France (2002) TV episode - Mr. Simmons
  • Edge of Madness (2002) - Dr. Jenkins
  • 24 - 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. (2002) TV episode - Ted Cofell
  • Philly - Tempus Fugitive (2001) TV episode - Hank Tyler
  • Suddenly Susan - 22 episodes (1999-2000) TV episodes - Nathan 'Nate' Knaborski
  • Behind the Mask (1999) - Geller
  • The Wonder Cabinet (1999) - Dr. Kevin Spitz
  • Strange World - Aerobe (1999) TV episode - Malcolm Baine
  • The Arrangement (1999) - Det. Leper
  • L.A. Doctors - Classic Evan (1998) TV episode - Jay Johnson
  • Brimstone - Pilot (1998) TV episode - Det. William Kane
  • Players - Con-tamination (1998) TV episode - Roy 'Jericho' Hallicky
  • Pacific Blue - House Party (1998) TV episode - Chad Brancato
  • Black Light (1998) - Larry Avery
  • The Big Easy - Son O' McSwain (1997) TV episode - Ted Rogers
  • One of Our Own (1997) - Det. Peter La Pierre (Leper)
  • ER - The Long Way Around (1997) TV episode - James
  • Portraits of a Killer (1996) - Wade Simms
  • A Stranger to Love (1996) - Jimmy
  • Falling for You (1995) - Det. Colton
  • Amateur (1994) - Video Store Clerk
  • Hostage for a Day (1994) - Hondo
  • Trust in Me (1994) - Dylan Gray
  • Lonesome Dove: The Series - Duty Bound (1994) TV episode - Deserter
  • Money for Nothing (1993) - Dunleavy
  • Survive the Night (1993) - Ice
  • Law & Order - Star Struck (1992) TV episode - Mitchell Burkitt
  • Just the Ten of Us - Close Encounters (1988) TV episode - Boy at Party Who Kisses Marie

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