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Stephen McHattie

McHattie at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival
Born Stephen McHattie Smith
February 3, 1947 (1947-02-03) (age 63)
Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada
Other name(s) Steven McHattie
Steve McHattie
Occupation Actor
Years active 1970–present
Spouse(s) Meg Foster (divorced)
Lisa Houle (?-present) 3 children

Stephen McHattie (born Stephen McHattie Smith; February 3, 1947) is a Canadian actor.

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Life and career

McHattie was born in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. A graduate of American Academy of Dramatic Arts, he has appeared in many films and television shows including Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Enterprise, Highlander: The Series, and American Playhouse's Life Under Water (1989). His roles include 300, A History of Violence, The Fountain, Secretary, Shoot 'Em Up, Life with Billy, One Dead Indian, Beverly Hills Cop III. He also appeared in Canada: A People's History as Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, and in The Rocket as legendary coach Dick Irvin. He also portrayed Jacques Pasquinel in the James A. Michener production of Centennial. He portrayed an extraordinary USMC sniper in the JAG season one episode "High Ground".

In 1976 McHattie played James Dean in the television movie James Dean: Portrait of a Friend. A television adaptation of the Biography written by James Dean's friend and writer Bill Bast.

McHattie also appeared in several episodes of Seinfeld (beginning with "The Wallet") where he played Dr. Reston, Elaine Benes' manipulative psychiatrist/boyfriend. He also appeared in two episodes of The X-Files. McHattie recently appeared in the pilot of Sabbatical, voiced the villain The Shade in Justice League, and portrayed Hollis Mason, the first Nite Owl, in the film adaptation of Watchmen.[1]

In 2009, McHattie appeared in the American thiller Summer's Blood as Gant Hoxey, alongside Twilight actress Ashley Greene, who portrays Summer. He is set to co-star Felicia Day and Kavan Smith in the gothic adaption of Red Hiding Hood, which called Red.[2]

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Personal life

He is married to actress Lisa Houle, with whom he has three children. He was previously married to Meg Foster.

Filmography

Year Film Role Notes
1970 The People Next Door Artie Mason
1971 Von Richthofen and Brown Werner Voss
1974 Adam-12 Skip 1 episode
The Lady's Not for Burning Nicholas
Kojak Blaine /Paul Nelson 3 episodes, 1974-1977
1975 Search for the Gods Willie Longfellow
The Ultimate Warrior Robert
Starsky and Hutch William Michael Desmond 1 episode
1976 Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby Adrian/Andrew
James Dean: Portrait of a Friend James Dean
Moving Violation Eddie Moore
1978 Gray Lady Down Murphy
Centennial Jacques 'Jake' Pasquinel 11 episodes, 1978-1979
Tomorrow Never Comes Frank
1979 Highcliffe Manor Rev. Ian Glenville 6 episodes
Lou Grant Curtis Folger 1 episode
Mary and Joseph: A Story of Faith Judah
1980 Roughnecks Roy Bethke
1981 Hill Street Blues Off. Jerry Nash 2 episodes
1982 Death Valley Hal
Best Revenge Brett
1985 The Hitchhiker Joe Caldwell /Johnny 2 episodes
1986 Belizaire the Cajun James Willoughby
The Equalizer Eddie Washburn 1 episode
Spenser: For Hire Corbett 1 episode
The Guiding Light Gerhart unknown episodes
1987 Salvation! Revered Edward Randall
Mariah Rick 1 episode
Crime Story Carlo Mastrangelo 1 episode
Caribe Whitehale
1988 Call Me Jellybean as Steven McHattie
Sticky Fingers Eddie
Tales from the Darkside Robert Perry 1 episode
1989 Bloodhounds of Broadway Red Henry
Life Under Water Hank
Miami Vice Atty. Sam Boyle 1 episode
The Twilight Zone Death 1 episode
One Man Out Erik
Beauty and the Beast Gabriel 8 episodes, 1989-1990
1991 Law & Order Joe Pilefsky 2 episodes
Counterstrike Nick 1 episode
Scene of the Crime Various Characters unknown episodes, 1991-1992
1992 Seinfeld Dr. Reston 4 episodes
Terror on Track 9 Randolph Darnell
1993 Geronimo: An American Legend Schoonover
Secret Service Sweet 1 episode
L.A. Law Gordon Reeve 1 episode
Quantum Leap Stawpah 1 episode
The Hidden Room Jack 1 episode
1994 Life with Billy Billy Stafford
Beverly Hills Cop III Steve Fulbright
The Dark Gary 'Hunter' Henderson
Northern Exposure Turk Tortelli 1 episode
Jonathan Stone: Threat of Innocence Lieutenant Durant
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues Diablo the Deceiver 1 episode
Art Deco Detective Hyena
Highlander:The Series Michael Kent 1 episode
1995 Nonnie & Alex Alex's Dad
Theodore Rex Edge
M.A.N.T.I.S. Gerald Ravens 1 episode
Deadlocked: Escape from Zone 14 Jack Claremont
Convict Cowboy Jagges
Deadly Love Sean O'Connor
Remember Me Chief Nat Coogan aka Mary Higgins Clark's Remember Me
Visitors of the Night Bryan English
The X Files Red-Haired Man 2 episodes
1996 My Friend Joe Curt
JAG Gunnery Sergeant Ray Crockett 1 episode
The Outer Limits Dr. Sherrick 1 episode
The Lazarus Man Mac 1 episode
Walker, Texas Ranger Thomas Openshaw /Karl Mayes 3 episodes, 1996-1999
1997 Pterodactyl Woman from Beverly Hills Dr. Egbert Drum
1998 The Climb Jack McLaskin
American Whiskey Bar A
The Hunger Strike 1 episode
The Magnificent Seven Cletus Fowler 1 episode
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Vreenak 1 episode
Alptraum im Airport Lt. Jack Kelly
Poltergeist: The Legacy Leigh Noir 1 episode
BASEketball Narrator voice
Lexx Moss / E.J. Moss, Commander of Eagle 5 3 episodes, 1998-2002
Emily of New Moon Jimmy Murray 45 episodes, 1998-2002
1999 Cold Squad Sgt. Frank Coscarella 23 episodes, 1999-2001
2000 La Femme Nikita Willie Kane 1 episode
Die Abzocker - Eine eiskalte Affäre Pierce
The Highwayman Frank Drake
2002 Secretary Burt Holloway
Monk Lt. Adam Kirk 1 episode
Mutant X Aaron Gaumont 1 episode
Birds of Prey Hawke 1 episode
Justice League The Shade 5 episodes, 2002-2003
2003 Twist The Senator
Blue Murder Supt. Frank Simmons 1 episode
Wall of Secrets Hugh
Star Trek: Enterprise Alien Foreman 1 episode
2004 The Lazarus Child Chief Prosecutor Warn
The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay Pascal / Haley / Harman / Sawtooth VG
2005 Stone Cold Captain Healy
A History of Violence Leland
Maurice Richard Dick Irvin
The 4400 Dravitt 1 episode
2006 One Dead Indian Police Field Commander
Jesse Stone: Night Passage Captain Healy
Puppets Who Kill Mr. Swain 1 episode
Jesse Stone: Death in Paradise Captain Healy
Solar Strike Admiral Lawrence
The Fountain Grand Inquisitor Silecio
The Covenant James Danvers
Absolution Mike Lloyd
2007 300 Loyalist
KAW Clyde
Poor Boy's Game Uncle Joe
Shoot 'Em Up Hammerson
The Dark Room Duncan Allbright
Killer Wave Edgard Powell
Jesse Stone: Sea Change Captain Healy
All Hat Earl Stanton
Cursing Hanley The Astounding Lew
Sabbatical Police Chief Gil Brewer
2008 The Trojan Horse Jack Shea unknown episodes
Would Be Kings unknown unknown episodes
XIII General Carrington 2 episodes
Pontypool Grant Mazzy
The Summit Tate 2 episodes
Murdoch Mysteries Harry Murdoch 2 episodes, 2008-2009
2009 Watchmen Hollis Mason / Nite Owl
Summer's Blood Gant Hoxey Released on November 10 on DVD
"Reaper" Sheriff 1 episode
2012 Captain Michaels
Jesse Stone: No Remorse Captain Healy post-production
Happy Town Carl Bravin 4 episodes
Fringe Colonel Raymond Gordon 1 episode
Guns Inspector Clay 2 episodes
2010 Keep Your Head Up Kid: The Don Cherry Story Eddie Shore post-production

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