He can be heard as the narrator in the radio play adaptation of Neil Gaiman's short story, "Murder Mysteries," which was released on compact disc and audio cassette in 2002.
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Emerson, Ronald H.
| Emerson, Carol
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[on 'Person of Interest'] When the NSA story broke I thought 'Oh, wow, now real events have caught up with us'. It's double-edged, though, because now we're very topical and the writers can no longer write it from the point-of-view of it being fiction. In a real way, the world has forced itself on us. And now the real world has to be incorporated into our stories in more subtle ways - because of ...
His father was of German, Irish, and English descent. His mother's ancestry is half Norwegian and half Czech.
Frequently works with wife Carrie Preston (e.g. mother and son in 'Lost' (though not in the same scenes), doomed fiances in 'Person of Interest', neighbors in 'Ready? OK!', and numerous appearances together on stage).