David Morse (actor)

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David Morse (actor)

American stage, television, and film actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1953.

Countries: United States (50%), Canada (13%), New York (13%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Actor, Mary-Louise Parker, St. Elsewhere

Linked to: The Weekly Standard, HBO, Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association, Museum of Broadcast Communications




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David Morse was born in 1953 add something


He began his acting career in the theatre as a player for the Boston Repertory Theatre in the early 1970s add something


During that time, Morse was listed as one of the twelve most "Promising New Actors of 1980" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 32 add something


He spent some time in New York's theatre community in the early 1980s before moving into television and film add something


Morse has been married since 1982 to actress and author Susan Wheeler Duff Morse add something


Morse appeared in a number of supporting roles following the finale of "St. Elsewhere" in 1988 add something


In 1994, Morse moved to Philadelphia with his family after the 1994 Northridge earthquake add something


For his performance in the 1997 Off-Broadway production of Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama "How I Learned to Drive", he received an Obie award, a Drama League award, a Drama Desk award, and a Lucille Lortel award add something


Mary-Louise Parker - Parker's theater career continued when she appeared in Paula Vogel's 1997 critical smash "How I Learned to Drive", with David Morse


For his role in the 2002 crime-drama film "Shuang Tong", Morse was nominated as "Best Supporting Actor" in the Golden Horse awards, the first nomination ever for an English-speaking actor add something


In 2002, Morse starred as Mike Olshansky, an ex-Philadelphia police officer turned cab driver, in the television movie "Hack" add something


The movie was so well received that a television series was created , which ran from 2002 to 2004 add something


In 2006, Morse had a recurring role as Detective Michael Tritter on the medical drama "House" for which he received an Emmy award nomination add something


In 2006, Morse received a phone call from David Shore, whom he had previously worked with on "Hack", who asked him if he would be interested in having a guest role on "House" add something


From 2007 to 2008, Morse appeared on Broadway in Conor McPherson's "The Seafarer" add something


His most recent big-screen appearance was as questionable neighbor Mr. Turner in the 2007 release "Disturbia" add something


In 2008, Morse portrayed George Washington in the HBO mini-series "John Adams", for which his nose was made bigger add something


Morse portrayed George Washington in the 2008 HBO Miniseries "John Adams", which garnered him a second Emmy nomination add something


In 2010, Morse guest starred in two episodes of the HBO drama series, "Treme", as Lt. Terry Colson of the New Orleans Police Department add something


As of 2011, Morse is a regular on the HBO series, "Treme", where he plays an honest police officer in a corrupt department add something


Susan Morse published a memoir, "The Habit", in 2011 add something


Morse was promoted to series regular starting with season two of the show, which began in April 2011 add something


In October 2011, Morse was cast as a "prisoner living in an abandoned jail" in the upcoming film "World War Z" add something


He received a Tony award nomination for his role in the 2018 Broadway revival of "The Iceman Cometh add something