Ned Bellamy

Ned Bellamy (born May 7, 1957) is an American actor.

Ned Bellamy
Bellamy in 2011
Born (1957-05-07) May 7, 1957
OccupationActor
Years active1979present

Bellamy was born in Dayton, Ohio. After graduating UCLA, he founded the Los Angeles-based theater company The Actors' Gang with fellow actor Tim Robbins.[1][2]

He was featured on a role on an episode of Seinfeld entitled "The Fatigues". He also played the role of Paul, an American-born German soldier, in a Season 8 episode of The Waltons.

His brother, Mark Bellamy, was the United States Ambassador to Kenya from 2003 until 2006.[2][3]

Filmography

Year Film Role
1990Fatal CharmAdolph
1992In the Deep WoodsJerome Spears
Bob RobertsUzi Kornhauser
Universal SoldierFBI Agent
House IVLee
1993CarnosaurFallon
1994CobbRay
Ed WoodDr. Tom Mason
The Shawshank RedemptionYoungblood
1996SeinfeldEddie The Fatigues
1997Con AirChopper Pilot
That Darn CatAgent #1
1999Being John MalkovichDerek Mantini
Cradle Will RockPaul Edwards
2000Charlie's AngelsRed Star Systems Director
2001 Antitrust Phil Grimes
2003Runaway JuryJerome
2004SawJeff Ridenhour-Thomas
2004ScrubsDr. Green
2005Lords of DogtownPeter Darling
The Ice HarvestSidney
2006Tenacious D and the Pick of DestinySecurity Guard
2007JerichoDeputy Perkins
2008TwilightWaylon Forge
War, Inc.Ooq-Yu-Fay Taqnufmini/Zubleh
2008–2009Terminator: The Sarah Connor ChroniclesEd Winston
20082009; 2011WordGirlThe Coach, Fish Selling Guy
200924Attorney General
2011Crazy EyesBob
TremeVincent Abreu
2012 The PaperboyTyree Van Wetter
Django UnchainedWilson
2013Wish You WellGeorge Davis
Under The DomeRev. Lester Coggins
JustifiedGerald Johns
2014Criminal MindsAlan Anderson
2016GothamWarden Carlson Grey
2018An L.A. Minute
TBABlonde

References

  1. Henerson, Evan (2001-10-21). "Enter, Stage Left: Robbins Returns to Roots". Daily News of Los Angeles.
  2. Biography at imdb.com
  3. Bengali, Shashank (2008-01-04). "Nation & World | Was peace an illusion? Clashes raise questions about Kenya's stability | Seattle Times Newspaper". Seattletimes.nwsource.com. Retrieved 2010-07-27.
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