M. Emmet Walsh
M. EMMET WALSH is considered to be one of America’s pre-eminent character actors and his familiar face has been seen in over 100 feature films, over 150 television shows and numerous critically acclaimed stage performances. He has appeared in several seasons of regional theatre, years of summer stock and on Broadway in That Championship Season and Does the Tiger Wear a Necktie. He starred as Boss Finley in the critically acclaimed Tennessee Williams’s Sweet Bird of Youth at the La Jolla Playhouse, and as patriarch Joe Keller in Arthur Miller’s All My Sons at the famed Washington Arena Stage. He starred in Sam Shepard’s revival of Buried Child as Dodge at the National Theatre in London to amazing reviews. His last stage appearance was as Jack in Wendy Wasserstein’s Third at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles. Notable film appearances include Blood Simple, Clean and Sober, Blade Runner, A Time To Kill, My Best Friend’s Wedding, Wild Wild West, Straight Time, Albino Alligator, Snow Dogs, Racing Stripes, Free Willy 2, Camp Nowhere, Narrow Margin, White Sands, Missing In Action, Back To School, Harry and The Hendersons, The Music of Chance, Raising Arizona, Ordinary People, Wildcats, Serpico, The Jerk, Cannery Row, Brubaker, Slap Shot, Fletch, Alice’s Restaurant and Little Big Man. Walsh’s many TV credits cover television series, movies and miniseries, including regular and recurring roles on The Mind of the Married Man, Ed, NYPD Blue, Frasier, Home Improvement, The Flash, Unsub, The Sandy Duncan Show and Early Edition. Recent TV guest appearances include Army Wives and Damages. In addition, Walsh’s distinctive voice was utilized by Ken Burns in his two landmark documentary series The Civil War and Baseball for PBS. He has done voiceover work for many animated films, TV Specials and Series.