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Jim Bearden

Jim Bearden is known for his work on Day of Resurrection (1980), American Playhouse (1981) and Melanie (1982). See full bio »

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Known For

Day of Resurrection
Day of Resurrection Military Police Officer - East Germany
American Playhouse
American Playhouse Miscellaneous Crew
Melanie Miscellaneous Crew
War of the Worlds


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 2000 Traders (TV Series)
 1995 Heritage Minutes (TV Series)
- The Paris Crew (1995) ... Reporter
 1993 Street Justice (TV Series)
Judge Gordon
- Obsession (1993) ... Judge Gordon
 1991 E.N.G. (TV Series)
Man At Party
- Lip Service (1991) ... Man At Party
 1989 Perfect Profile
Official Scorer
 1988 War of the Worlds (TV Series)
- The Walls of Jericho (1988) ... Rancher
 1988 Adderly (TV Series)
- See How They Die (1988)
 1987 And Then You Die
Insp. Graham
 1987 Haunted by Her Past (TV Movie)
Carriage Driver
 1986 Check It Out (TV Series)
Orderly #1
- Operation Bannister (1986) ... Orderly #1
 1986 The Edison Twins (TV Series)
- Heavy Sweat (1986) ... Stevens
 1984 Islands (TV Movie)
 1982 The Littlest Hobo (TV Series)
- Napoleon (1982) ... Hank
 1981 The Great Detective (TV Series)
- A Question of Loyalties (1981) ... Quartermaster
 1980 Day of Resurrection
Military Police Officer - East Germany
 1979 Matt and Jenny (TV Series)
Jack Culley
- The Bellinis (1979) ... Jack Culley
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 1983 American Playhouse (TV Series) (dialogue coach - 1 episode)
- Overdrawn at the Memory Bank (1983) ... (dialogue coach)
 1982 Melanie (dialogue coach)

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