|Date of Birth||29 July 1951 , Baltimore, Maryland, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
After two years of episodic television, a Roger Corman film, and the infamous Heaven's Gate (1980), Jack landed his first television series. It was a half-hour from Disney TV for CBS called Small & Frye (1983). Darren McGavin played "Nick Small" and Jack played "Chip Frye". Besides Small & Frye (1983), Jack has starred in several other series. With George C. Scott, Jack starred in the Fox series Mr. President (1987) and in what is probably his most visible role, Jack played "MacGillicuddy" in the last two seasons of the television classic Moonlighting (1985). Jack also played "Mr. Donner" in the Téa Leoni series The Naked Truth (1995) and "Jack Powers" on George Lopez (2002). His roles in episodic TV number more than 100 and have included performances in some of television's landmark shows, including M*A*S*H (1972), China Beach (1988), thirtysomething (1987), Roseanne (1988), Northern Exposure (1990), NYPD Blue (1993), the The X-Files (1993) and "CSI" (2010)_. Jack has starred in numerous films for TV including LBJ: The Early Years (1987) with Randy Quaid, Amos (1985) with Kirk Douglas, Joshua's Heart (1990) with Melissa Gilbert, and the HBO film The Last of His Tribe (1992) with Graham Green and Jon Voight.
Besides his on camera work, Jack has lent his voice to over 3000 movies and television shows.
He lives in Chatsworth, California, with his wife Lora. They have two sons, Ian and Christopher.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: anonymous
|Lora Blessing||(? - present) (2 children)|