Lee Tergesen Biography | Lee Allen Tergesen
Lee Allen Tergesen better known as Lee Tergesen is an American actor. He was born on July 8th, 1965 in Ivoryton, Connecticut.Lee Tergesen
He attended Valley Regional High School located in Deep River. He moved to New York City when he was 18 years old to try and become an actor. He graduated from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy after studying for 2 years in Manhattan.
Lee Tergesen Age
He was born on July 8th, 1965 in Ivoryton, Connecticut. He is 53 years old.
Lee Tergesen Wife
He has been married to Yuko Otomo since 2011.Lee Tergesen
Lee Tergesen Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $ 3 million.
Lee Tergesen Movies And TV Shows
|1987||Mind Benders||Crash Hopkins|
|1993||Wayne’s World 2||Terry|
|2001||The Boys of Sunset Ridge||Ben Thorpe (age 33)|
|2001||Mergers & Acquisitions||Isaac|
|2004||The Forgotten||Al Petalis|
|2006||The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning||Holden|
|2010||Helena from the Wedding||Alex Javal|
|2012||Red Tails||Col. Jack Tomlinson|
|No One Lives||Hoag|
|2014||Desert Cathedral||Peter Collins|
|2017||The Yellow Birds||Jim Murphy|
|Norman Pinski Come Home||Dr. Vanderwal|
|1990||Law & Order||Clemens||Episode: “Prescription for Death”|
|1991||The Killing Mind||Ron Donoho||TV film|
|Acting Sheriff||Robbie||Unsold TV pilot|
|Cast a Deadly Spell||Larry Willis / Lilly Sirwar||TV film|
|1993–1997||Homicide: Life on the Street||Chris Thormann||Recurring role (seasons 1, 3, 5)|
|1994||Up All Night||Chett Donnelly||Episode: “Zapped Again!/H.O.T.S.”|
|Philly Heat||Ivan Loki||TV series|
|1994–1998||Weird Science||Chester ‘Chett’ Donnelly||Main role|
|1995||JAG||Gunnery Sgt. Gentry||Episode: “Brig Break”|
|1996||Hudson Street||Larry Fetchko||Episode: “In the Line of Duty”|
|Duckman||Chett Donnelly (voice)||Episode: “Color of Naught”|
|1997||Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show||Carter||Episode: “Honey, the House Is Trying to Kill Us”|
|Cracker||Dan Green||Episode: “Sons and Lovers”|
|1997–2003||Oz||Tobias Beecher||Recurring role (season 1), main (seasons 2–6)|
|1998||Touched by an Angel||Blake Chapman||Episode: “Lady of the Lake”|
|1999||Saturday Night Live||Tobias Beecher||Episode: “Jerry Seinfeld/David Bowie”|
|2000||The Beat||Steve Dorigan||Recurring role|
|2001||Wild Iris||Lud van Eppy||TV film|
|Shot in the Heart||Frank Gilmore Jr.||TV film|
|2002||Third Watch||Jared McKinley||Episode: “Sex, Lies & Videotape”|
|Hack||Carl Ginley||Episode: “Pilot”|
|2003||Queens Supreme||Tommy Ryan||Episode: “One Angry Man”|
|Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Keith Ramsey||Episode: “Baggage”|
|2004||A Thief of Time||Randall Elliot||TV film|
|The 4400||Oliver Knox||Episode: “Becoming”|
|2005||The Exonerated||Walter Rhodes||TV film|
|2005||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Martin Hawkins||Episode: “Compulsion”|
|Rescue Me||Sully||Episodes: “Voicemail”, “Harmony”, “Balls”|
|Law & Order||Attorney Heller||Episode: “Ghosts”|
|Wanted||Eddie Drake||Main role|
|2006||Desperate Housewives||Peter McMillan||Guest role (season 2)|
|The Unit||Alex Deckard||Episode: “Extreme Rendition”|
|Southern Comfort||Blue||TV film|
|2007||Masters of Horror||Layne||Episode: “We All Scream for Ice Cream”|
|Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Josh Lemle||Episode: “30”|
|Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee||Daniel Royer||TV film|
|Cane||Lamont Samuels||Episode: “Pilot”|
|A.M.P.E.D.||Brian Spicer||TV film|
|2008||Generation Kill||Evan ‘Scribe’ Wright||TV miniseries|
|Life on Mars||Lee Crocker||Episodes: “The Real Adventures of the Unreal Sam Tyler”, “The Man Who Sold the World”|
|2009||Cupid||Clint||Episode: “The Great Right Hope”|
|The New Adventures of Old Christine||Todd Watski||Episodes: “Notes on a 7th Grade Scandal”, “The Old Maid of Honor”|
|The Closer||Det. Nick Carey||Episode: “Products of Dicovery”|
|Royal Pains||Zack Kingsley||Episode: “The Honeymoon’s Over”|
|House||Roy||Episode: “Instant Karma”|
|Criminal Minds||Dale Shrader||Episode: “Retaliation”|
|2010||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Billy Skags||Episode: “Savior”|
|Lie to Me||Gordon Cook||Episode: “Black and White”|
|2010, 2015||Castle||Marcus Gates||Episodes: “3XK”, “Reckoning”|
|2010–11||Army Wives||Off. Clayton Boone||Recurring role (seasons 4–5)|
|2011||Law & Order: LA||Patrick Denton||Episode: “Big Rock Mesa”|
|2012||A Gifted Man||Paul Curtis||Episode: “In Case of Letting Go”|
|The River||Russ Landry||Episodes: “Peaches”, “Dr. Emmet Cole”|
|The Big C||Kirby||Recurring role (season 3)|
|2013||Red Widow||Mike Tomlin||Main role|
|Drop Dead Diva||Sid Penar||Episode: “The Real Jane”|
|Copper||Philomen Keating||Episodes: “I Defy Thee to Forget”, “A Morning Song”|
|Person of Interest||Det. Peterson||Episode: “The Crossing”|
|2013–14||Longmire||Ed Gorksi||Recurring role (seasons 1–3)|
|2014||The Following||Kurt||Episode: “Sacrifice”|
|The Americans||Andrew Larrick||Recurring role (season 2)|
|Forever||Hans Koehler||Episode: “Pilot”|
|The Blacklist||Frank Hyland||Episodes: “Lord Baltimore”, “Dr. Linus Creel”|
|Hawaii Five-0||Gordon Bristol||Episode: “Ka No’eau”|
|Alpha House||Col. Eugene Drake||Episodes: “The Contest”, “Shelter in Place”, “The Nuptials”|
|American Horror Story: Freak Show||Vince||Episodes: “Bullseye”, “Test of Strength”, “Blood Bath”|
|2015||Defiance||Gen. Rahm Tak||Recurring role (season 3)|
|2016||NCIS: New Orleans||Mike Spar||Episode: “Father’s Day”|
|High Maintenance||Leo||Episode: “Museebat”|
|The Strain||Tardi||Episodes: “First Born”, “Gone But Not Forgotten”, “The Battle of Central Park”|
|Blindspot||Patrick O’Malley||Episode: “Condone Untidiest Thefts”|
|2016–17||The Get Down||Inspector Moach||Episodes: “Seek Those Who Fan Your Flames”, “Only from Exile Can We Come Home”|
|2016–17||Outcast||Blake Morrow||Guest role (seasons 1–2)|
|2016–17||Power||Bailey Markham||Episodes: “In My Best Interest”, “The Kind of Man You Are”, “We’re in This Together”|
|2017||Doubt||Michael Slater||Episode: “Pilot”|
|2017–18||Gone||Mel Foster||Recurring role|
|2018||Jack Ryan||Stanley||Episode: “Black 22”|
|The Purge||Joe Owens||Main role|
|Daredevil||Paxton Page||Episode: “Karen” (season 3)|
Lee Tergesen Wayne’s World
He portrayed Terry in this movie. A big screen spin-off of the “Saturday Night Live” skit. Rob Lowe plays a producer that wants to take the public access “Wayne’s World” to the world of commercial television. Wayne (Mike Myers) and Garth (Dana Carvey) battle to save their show and Wayne’s girlfriend from Lowe.
Initial release: 14 February 1992 (USA)
Director: Penelope Spheeris
Based on: Wayne’s World; by Mike Myers
Featured song: Bohemian Rhapsody
Box office: 183.1 million USD
Lee Tergesen OZ
He had a recurring role portraying Tobias Beecher from 1997-2003 in this TV show. Inmates and correctional officers inside the Oswald State Correctional Facility, nicknamed “Oz,” battle for power and survival amid warring factions and explosive acts of retribution.
Much of the show takes place in Emerald City, an experimental unit in the facility that tries to emphasize rehabilitation and learning responsibility while being incarcerated. Tim McManus is the unit manager of Emerald City.
First episode date: 12 July 1997
Final episode date: 23 February 2003
Lee Tergesen American Horror Story
He portrayed Vince in 2014 in this TV show. “American Horror Story” was created by the co-creators of “Glee,” but the shows have little in common besides that. The show revolves around the Harmons, a family of three, who move from Boston to Los Angeles in order to reconcile past anguish. What the Harmons don’t know is that the house they’ve moved into is haunted.
But it’s not haunted by Casperesque friendly ghosts — it’s haunted by demonic creatures. The creatures have a history of not only spooking the house’s residents but also devouring them. After living in this house, family patriarch and psychiatrist, Ben, may need a shrink of his own.
Theme song: American Horror Story Theme Song
Lee Tergesen Weird Science
He played the main role of Chester ‘Chett’ Donnelly in this TV Show from 1994-1998. Teen misfits Gary (Anthony Michael Hall) and Wyatt (Ilan Mitchell-Smith) design their ideal woman on a computer, and a freak electrical accident brings her to life in the form of the lovely, superhuman Lisa (Kelly LeBrock).
She outfits Gary and Wyatt in cool clothes, surprises them with a Porsche and helps them stand up to jerks Ian (Robert Downey Jr.) and Max (Robert Rusler). But, all the while, the boys must hide Lisa’s existence from Chet (Bill Paxton), Wyatt’s nightmare of a big brother.
Initial release: 2 August 1985 (USA)
Director: John Hughes
Screenplay: John Hughes
Box office: 38.9 million USD
Producer: Joel Silver
Lee Tergesen Army Wives
He had a recurring role from season 4-6 in this TV show where he played the role of Off. Clayton Boone. After a whirlwind courtship, bartender and single mom Roxy marries Army Pfc. Trevor LeBlanc and moves with him and her two children to an Army base in Charleston, S.C.
There, she soon becomes close friends with other wives on the base, including Denise Sherwood, whose son, Jeremy, temporarily abused her after the deployment of her husband, Maj. Frank Sherwood, until Jeremy joined the service himself; and psychiatrist Roland Burton, a male “Army wife” trying to help his spouse, Lt. Col. Joan Burton, who is struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder.
When the “army wives” prepare to leave the base after it is decommissioned, they must adjust to the idea of moving away from their close-knit group of friends.
First episode date: 3 June 2007
Production location: Charleston
Theme song: Far from Here
No. of episodes: 117 (list of episodes)
Lee Tergesen Desperate Housewives
He had a guest role in season 2 of this show where he portrayed Peter McMillan. Behind the facade of a postcard-perfect subdivision live four women whose lives are anything but idyllic. Klutzy Susan is divorced and the mother of teenage Julie. Lynette is married to Tom and the frazzled mother of four rambunctious children.
Bree is the neighborhood’s Martha Stewart, whose perfection masks major dysfunction. Ex-model Gabrielle, married to handsome and successful Carlos, wants to have her cake and eat it too. Looking down on it all is Mary Alice, who took her own life but comments on the lives of her former neighbors.
Narrated by: Brenda Strong (as Mary Alice Young; 178 episodes); See full list
No. of episodes: 180 (list of episodes)
Network: American Broadcasting Company
Lee Tergesen Daredevil
He portrayed Paxton Page in this show. The first in a planned series of shows detailing the Marvel universe, “Daredevil” follows Matt Murdock, an attorney by day and vigilante by night. Blinded in an accident as a child, Murdock uses his heightened senses as Daredevil to fight crime on the streets of New York after the sun goes down.
While Murdock’s day job requires him to believe in the criminal justice system, his alter ego does not follow suit, leading him to take the law into his own hands to protect his Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood and the surrounding communities.
First episode date: 10 April 2015
Final episode date: 19 October 2018
Composer(s): John Paesano
Production location: New York
Lee Tergesen The Purge
He plays the main role of Joe Owens in this TV show. In an America ravaged by crime and overcrowded prisons, the government sanctions an annual 12-hour period during which all criminal activity — including murder — is legal.
James Sandin (Ethan Hawke) and his family face the ultimate test when an intruder drags the vicious outside world into their home. James, Mary (Lena Headey) and their two children struggle to survive the night while trying not to turn into monsters like the ones they are striving to avoid.
Initial release: 31 May 2013 (USA)
Director: James DeMonaco
Screenplay: James DeMonaco
Budget: 3 million USD
Producers: Jason Blum, Michael Bay, Andrew Form, Bradley Fuller, Sebastien Lemercier
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