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Charles McLawhorn

Charles McLawhorn is an actor, known for Big Fish (2003), American Experience (1988) and Silent Steel (1995). See full bio »

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Big Fish
Big Fish Mayor
American Experience
American Experience Robert Jackson
Silent Steel
Silent Steel Admiral Plaskett
American Gothic
American Gothic Albert / George


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 2003 Big Fish
 1998 Legacy (TV Series)
- The Gift (1998) ... Dunston
 1997 Miracle in the Woods (TV Movie)
 1996 Timepiece (TV Movie)
 1996 Twilight Man (TV Movie)
Man in Wheelchair
 1995-1996 American Gothic (TV Series)
George / Albert
- To Hell and Back (1996) ... George
- A Tree Grows in Trinity (1995) ... Albert
 1996 Sophie & the Moonhanger (TV Movie)
 1995 Silent Steel (Video Game)
Admiral Plaskett
 1995 Kingfish: A Story of Huey P. Long (TV Movie)
Elderly senator #1
 1994 A Burning Passion: The Margaret Mitchell Story (TV Movie)
Harold Latham
 1994 Moment of Truth: Caught in the Crossfire (TV Movie)
George Randolph
 1994 Search for Grace (TV Movie)
 1993 Children of the Mist (TV Movie)
 1993 Linda (TV Movie)
 1992-1993 Matlock (TV Series)
Judge / Lee Martell
- The Fatal Seduction: Part 2 (1993) ... Judge
- The Legacy (1992) ... Lee Martell
 1993 Not in My Family (TV Movie)
 1993 American Experience (TV Series documentary)
Robert Jackson
- Simple Justice (1993) ... Robert Jackson
 1991 Wildflower (TV Movie)

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