Bruce Davison stars in "Last Resort" on ABC as Admiral Arthur Shepard.

Bruce Davison has worked in film, television and theater for over four decades, making a strong early impression with his performance as the troubled, rat-loving youth in the 1971 horror classic "Willard." His extensive credits include such feature films as "X-Men" and its sequel "X2," "Breach," "The Crucible," "Short Cuts," "Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog," "It's My Party," "Six Degrees of Separation," "Apt Pupil," "At First Sight," "Mame" and "The Strawberry Statement." In 1990, he earned an Independent Spirit Award, a Golden Globe and an Oscar nomination for his heart-breaking performance as a man losing his lover to AIDS in the groundbreaking film "Longtime Companion."

For television, Davison earned an Emmy nomination for his guest appearance on "Touched by an Angel." His other television performances include the miniseries "The Triangle" and "Kingdom Hospital," as well as the movies "Vendetta," "Locked in Silence," "Little Girl Fly Away," "Summer of My German Soldier" and the original "The Lathe of Heaven." He has also made guest appearances on such series as "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," "Battlestar Galactica," "The L Word," "CSI: Miami," "Numb3rs," "Law & Order: Trial by Jury," "Without a Trace," "Chicago Hope" and eleven episodes of "The Practice." He also appeared regularly in the series "Close to Home" and the recent NBC remake of "Knight Rider." More recently, he had recurring roles in "Ghost Whisperer," "Lost" and "General Hospital." Recent guest-starring roles include "Don't Trust the B — — in Apartment 23," "Covert Affairs," "Hawaii Five-0," "Drop Dead Diva," "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "Castle," "The Glades," "Leverage" and "Psych."

In 2001, Davison directed his first feature-length project, the Showtime film "Off Season," which was nominated for five Daytime Emmy nominations, including best director.

Onstage, Davison starred on Broadway in "The Elephant Man" and "The Glass Menagerie" and also in the off-Broadway sensation, "How I Learned to Drive," the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Paula Vogel.


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Age: 70 years old
Birthday: June 28, 1946
Height: 6' 1"
Birthplace: Philadelphia, PA
Wife: Michele Correy (4/30/2006, 1 child)
Lisa Pelikan (7/4/1986 - 4/12/2006, divorced, 1 child)
Jess Walton (5/20/1972 - 1973, annulled)

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