Jonathan Silverman stars as Harry Kennison on ABC's "In Case of Emergency."

Jonathan Silverman has starred in over 30 motion pictures, several Broadway plays and his own Top 10 television series.  Silverman's film work includes "Class Action" with Gene Hackman, "Stealing Home" with Jodie Foster, "Broadway Bound" with Anne Bancroft, "Brighton Beach Memoirs" with Blythe Danner, the sequel to "The Odd Couple" with Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon, and the cult comedy "Weekend at Bernie's."

Silverman's recent film credits include the independent feature "Laura Smiles," which recently won the Emerging Filmmaker Award at the 2006 Denver Film Festival and is continuing to receive critical acclaim from festivals nationwide. In addition, Silverman has completed roles in the films "The TV Set," directed by Jake Kasdan, and "Coffee Date," an irreverent comedy of sexual confusion. Silverman also appeared in "The Cookout," starring Queen Latifah and Danny Glover.

Other films for Silverman include "Made," "Freak City," "Just a Little Harmless Sex," "French Exit," "Denial," "Little Big League," "Breaking the Rules," "Traveling Man," "12:01," "London Suite," "It Is What It Is" and "These Old Broads."

Silverman starred in Showtime's "Bobbie's Girl," opposite Rachel Ward and Bernadette Peters, and in "The Medicine Show," opposite Natasha Gregson Wagner. Silverman also completed the Showtime film "Deacons for Defense" with Forest Whitaker and Ossie Davis, directed by Bill Duke. Silverman made his executive-producing debut alongside co-star Louis Gossett, Jr. in "The Inspectors."

On television Silverman starred in "The Single Guy" from 1995-1997, which was created for him by Castle Rock Entertainment and Brad Hall. Other television appearances for Silverman include "Friends" and "ER."

On Broadway Silverman created the role of Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's "Broadway Bound," after starring in Simon's successful Broadway runs of "Biloxi Blues" and "Brighton Beach Memoirs." Silverman starred with John Spencer in "Glimmer and Shine" by Tony Award-winning playwright Warren Leight for the Mark Taper Forum. Other theatre credits for Silverman include Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner's "The Illusion" at the Los Angeles Theatre Center, "Pay of Play" at the Hudson Theatre and "Sticks and Stones" at the Met Theatre. Silverman recently starred in Roger Kumble's latest play, "Turn Around," with David Schwimmer and Tom Everett Scott at the Coast Playhouse in Los Angeles.

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Age: 51 years old
Birthday: August 5, 1966
Height: 6' 0 ½"
Full Name / Real Name: Jonathan Elihu Silverman
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Wife: Jennifer Finnigan

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