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Sasha Mitchell
Born July 27, 1967 (1967-07-27) (age 42)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Film/TV actor

Sasha Mitchell (born July 27, 1967) is an American actor best known for his television roles as "James Richard Beaumont" on Dallas and "Cody Lambert" on Step by Step.

Life and career

Mitchell was born in Los Angeles, California, the son of a garment manufacturer.[1] Mitchell had a starring role in the 1988 film Spike of Bensonhurst and in 1994's Class of 1999 II: The Substitute. From 1989 to 1991, Mitchell appeared on the hit CBS prime time soap opera Dallas (as James Richard Beaumont, the illegitimate son of J.R. Ewing). He made guest appearances on other series, including Rags to Riches. He starred in Kickboxer 2: The Road Back and the third and fourth installments of the film series. He also appeared in a 3 Musketeers commercial in 1989.

His best-known role came on the ABC sitcom Step by Step, where he played the nephew of actor Patrick Duffy's character (Duffy had played Mitchell's uncle on Dallas).

In recent years Mitchell has acted in several direct-to-video films and made guest appearances on JAG, NYPD Blue, and ER.

In September of 1995, Mitchell was wrongly arrested due to defending himself against his 25-year-old wife. Entertainment Tonight stated that his arrests for spousal abuse stemmed from trying to protect his kids from their mother's abuse. He says that his wife was addicted to drugs throughout their marriage and that she abused the children physically, which caused him to intervene. He also claims that his wife then sold the spousal abuse stories to various tabloids. Today, Sasha has full custody of his four children, and his ex-wife is only allowed five supervised visits with the children every year.[2]


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