Chris Mulkey

Chris Mulkey (born May 3, 1948) is an American film and television actor.

Chris Mulkey
BornMay 3, 1948 (age 70)
OccupationActor
Years active1977-present
Spouse(s)Karen Landry

Career

Mulkey played the supporting role of husband to Annie Potts's character in Any Day Now from 1998-2002. He has also appeared in Captain Phillips,[1] Against the Wall, Cloverfield, the NBC TV movie Knight Rider, and 24, Boardwalk Empire,[1] Friday Night Lights, Boomtown, Justified, Baretta and Twin Peaks.[1]

He played the main character in the controversial 1985 Supertramp music video "Brother Where You Bound".[2] He appeared in the Wing Commander franchise as Jacob "Hawk" Manley. He costarred with John Jenkins and Karen Landry in the 1988 indie film Patti Rocks.[3] He appeared in the science fiction action film The Hidden, and the 1989 sci-fi cop film K-9000.[4] He has appeared in more recent films as The Purge, Slow Burn, Sanitarium, The Identical and On the Basis of Sex. In 2014, he had a cameo role in Whiplash.

His southern blues band is called Chris Mulkey and the Seekers.

Personal life

Mulkey was born in Viroqua, Wisconsin and was married to actress Karen Landry until her death in 2015.

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1977 Tomcats Cullen Garrett
1978 The Boss' Son Fred
1979 Sunnyside Reggie Flynn
1980 The Long Riders Vernon Biggs
1981 All Night Long Russell Monk
1982 First Blood Deputy Ward
1982 48 Hrs. Second Cop
1982 Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann Daniels
1984 Dreamscape Finch
1984 Runaway David Johnson
1986 Quiet Cool Red
1987 The Hidden Jack DeVries
1988 Patti Rocks Billy Regis
1988 Under the Gun Larry
1988 Jack's Back Scott Morofsky
1988 In Dangerous Company Chris
1988 Heartbreak Hotel Steve Ayres
1988 From Hollywood to Deadwood Nick Detroit
1989 Vietnam War Story: The Last Days Griffin Segment: "Dirty Work"
1990 Denial Chad
1991 Ambition Man in Bookstore
1992 Gas Food Lodging Raymond
1992 The Silencer George
1993 Bound and Gagged: A Love Story Steve
1993 Ghost in the Machine Bram Walker
1995 Dead Cold Eric
1996 Broken Arrow Major Hunt
1996 The Fan Tim
1996 Foxfire Dan Goldman
1996 Amanda Caleb Farnsworth
1996 Full Moon Rising Dirk Jaspers
1997 Behind Enemy Lines Jones
1997 Sub Down Commander Kirsch
1998 Bulworth Cop #2
1998 Twist of Fate Lennox
1999 Sugar Town Aaron
1999 Requiem for Murder Richard Poe
1999 Jimmy Zip Rick Conesco
2000 Slow Burn Jacob McTeague
2002 American Girl John Grubb
2003 Manhood Travel Agent
2003 Radio Frank
2004 Mysterious Skin Mr. Lackey
2005 North Country Earl Slangley
2005 Dirty Carlson
2006 Dreamland Herb
2006 Wasted Father Collins
2006 Love & Debate Austin
2006 Little Chenier Sheriff Kline Lebauve
2006 The Curiosity of Chance Sir
2006 Unknown Detective James Curtis
2006 One Night with You Detective Brown
2007 Nanking Mills McCallum
2007 I Tried Strank
2007 D-War Agent Frank Pinsky
2007 Universal Groove The Agent
2008 Cloverfield Lieutenant General Graff
2008 Older than America Paul Gunderson
2008 Dead*Line Hollis Short film
2008 Shattered! Dennis
2009 The Perfect Game Lucky Haskins
2009 Dark Moon Rising John
2011 Bad Actress Bernie Pillage
2011 The Levenger Tapes Stackman
2012 Any Day Now DA Wilson
2012 Knife Fight Roger Fillmore
2013 Sanitarium Father Segment: "Monsters are Real"
2013 Decoding Annie Parker Ralph Parker
2013 The Purge Mr. Halverson
2013 Captain Phillips John Cronan
2014 The Jersey Devil God
2014 Whiplash Uncle Frank
2014 The Identical William Hemsley (Older)
2014 Last Weekend Malcolm Green
2014 The Living Howard
2014 The Surface Kelly
2015 Truth Maurice Udell
2015 Car Dogs Malcolm Chamberlain
2016 Call Me King Angelo
2016 Message from the King Leary
2016 Wolves at the Door John
2017 Mad Families Tommy
2018 On the Basis of Sex Charles Moritz
2018 Above Suspicion Todd Eason
2018 Gotti Frank DeCicco
2018 Ouija House Tomas
2018 The Standoff at Sparrow Creek Ford
2019 Gloria Bell Charlie

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1977, 1978 Baretta Dealer / Joshua 2 episodes
1978 M*A*S*H Soldier Episode: "Tea and Empathy"
1978 Barnaby Jones Curt Davis Episode: "Terror on a Quiet Afternoon"
1979 Eight Is Enough Episode: "The Yearning Point"
1979 Time Express Danny White Episode: "Rodeo/Cop"
1979 Charlie's Angels Reggie Martin Episode: "Angels on Skates"
1980 A Rumor of War Radio Man 2 episodes
1980 The Waltons Roller Episode: "The Prodigals"
1980 The White Shadow Ilya Episode: "The Russians Are Coming"
1980 Here's Boomer Episode: "Jailbreak"
1980 Act of Love Nurse Watkins Television film
1981 CHiPs Dave Episode: "Forty Tons of Trouble"
1981 The Killing of Randy Webster Sonny Manse Television film
1981 Private Benjamin Glickman Episode: "Jungle Swamp Survival"
1982 Dangerous Company Jeremy Blake Television film
1982 T. J. Hooker Blaine Thomas Episode: "The Survival Syndrome"
1983, 1985 The Dukes of Hazzard Sharp / Billy Ray 2 episodes
1985 Remington Steele Rhodes Episode: "Steele Blushing"
1985 Magnum, P.I. Tony, the "Repo Man" Episode: "Blood and Honor"
1987 The Twilight Zone Ray Dobson Episode: "The Junction"
1987 It's Garry Shandling's Show Sylvia's Ex-Boyfriend Episode: "Dial L for Laundry"
1987 Deadly Care Richard Halloran Television film
1987 Matlock Bones Jennings Episode: "The Country Boy"
1987 Beauty and the Beast Danny Yates Episode: "An Impossible Silence"
1987 The Man Who Broke 1,000 Chains Burn's Chicago Lawyer Television film
1988 Tricks of the Trade Lt. Stryker Television film
1989 A Peaceable Kingdom Max Hall Episode: "Kitty Paws"
1990 Hometown Boy Makes Good Al Swearinger Television film
1990 Rainbow Drive Ira Rosenberg Television film
1990 Angel of Death Matt Television film
1990–1991 Twin Peaks Hank Jennings 13 episodes
1990, 1994 Murder, She Wrote Al Wallace / Joey Freeman Television film
1991 Thirtysomething George Episode: "The Difference Between Men and Women"
1991 K-9000 Eddie Monroe Television film
1991 Runaway Father Richard Television film
1992 Civil Wars Richard Foley Episode: "Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense"
1992 Arresting Behavior Officer Pete Walsh 5 episodes
1992 Drug Wars: The Cocaine Cartel Charlie White Television film
1992 Deadbolt Jordan Television film
1993 The Switch Bill Television film
1993–1994 Bakersfield P.D. Bill 17 episodes
1994 Grace Under Fire Kurt Ross Episode: "Pitch and Woo"
1995 Blossom Dan Episode: "It Happened One Night"
1995 Texas Justice Lanny Shelton Television film
1997 Walker, Texas Ranger Foreman Cox Episode: "A Woman's Place"
1998 Touched by an Angel Erskine Hughes Episode: "Doodlebugs"
1998 Michael Hayes Becker Episode: "Imagine"
1998 The Cowboy and the Movie Star Sheriff Television film; uncredited
1998 The Outer Limits Mike Episode: "Black Box"
1998–2002 Any Day Now Collier 83 episodes
1999–2000 Batman Beyond Shriek / Walter Shreeve (voice) 3 episodes
2002 Boomtown Kevin Van Horn Episode: "Reelin' in the Years"
2003 CSI: Miami Leonard Murphy Episode: "Forced Entry"
2003 JAG Major Phelps Episode: "The Boast"
2003, 2011 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Maurice Gallows / Mr. Young 2 episodes
2004 Touching Evil Martin Akins Episode: "Love Lies Bleeding"
2006 Broken Trail Big Ears Miniseries
2006 Lost Mike Episode: "Further Instructions"
2006 Sleeper Cell Bob 2 episodes
2007 Cold Case Pat Hall Episode: "Shuffle, Ball Change"
2007 Smith Donny Episode: "Four"
2007 Friday Night Lights Coach Bill McGregor 4 episodes
2007–2010 Saving Grace Doug Norman 9 episodes
2008 Knight Rider Sheriff Ramsey Episode: "Knight Rider"
2008 Criminal Minds Sheriff Britt Hallum Episode: "Elephant's Memory"
2008 A Teacher's Crime Bill Rander Television film
2008 Shark Sheriff Griffin Episode: "Wayne's World 3: Killer Shark"
2008 NCIS Captain Richard Owens Episode: "Agent Afloat"
2008 CSI: NY Bernie Benton Episode: "The Triangle"
2009 24 Doug Knowles 2 episodes
2009 In Plain Sight Karl Hogeland Episode: "Duplicate Bridge"
2009 Law & Order Judge Robert Maxen Episode: "Just a Girl in the World"
2010 Human Target Detective Al Jenkins Episode: "Run"
2010 Outlaw Detective Hank Darby Episode: "In Re: Tracy Vidalin"
2010 Castle Wilbur Pittorino Episode: "Last Call"
2010–2011 Boardwalk Empire Boss Frank Hague 4 episodes
2011 Justified Walt McCready 2 episodes
2011 The Glades Frank Morgan Episode: "Lost and Found"
2012 Femme Fatales Bendix Darby Episode: "Trophy Wife"
2012 Franklin & Bash Captain N. Goepp Episode: "Summer Girls"
2013 The Mentalist Tom Crayhew Episode: "The Red Barn"
2014 Grimm Bart 3 episodes
2014 Halt and Catch Fire Gary Episode: "Adventure"
2014 Legends Adviser to the President Episode: "Betrayal"
2014 Scorpion Ronny Episode: "Shorthanded"
2015 Scandal Chief Conners Episode: "The Lawn Chair"
2015 Battle Creek Henry Briggs Episode: "Mama's Boy"
2015 The Spoils Before Dying Ed Nestly 3 episodes
2015 Impastor Roger Kerry Episode: "Honor Thy Boyfriend's Father and Mother"
2016 CSI: Cyber Mayor Cavanaugh Episode: "Going Viral"
2016 Agent Carter Uncle Bud Episode: "Smoke & Mirrors"
2016 Rush Hour Elliot Vaughn Episode: "Prisoner of Love"
2016 Timeless Frank Hamer Episode: "Last Ride of Bonnie & Clyde"
2017 Chicago Justice Mr. Nichols Episode: "Friendly Fire"
2017 Better Call Saul Billy Gatwood Episode: "Fall"
2018 Lucifer (TV series) Gil Episode: "City of Angels?"
2018 Liberty Crossing Terry Szymanski 7 episodes

References

  1. ^ a b c Paulson, Dave (July 4, 2013). "Actor Chris Mulkey shares musical side with Nashville at 'Let Freedom Sing!'". The Tennessean. Retrieved December 4, 2014.
  2. ^ Melhuish, Martin (1986). The Supertramp Book. Toronto, Canada: Omnibus Press. p. 192. ISBN 0-9691272-2-7.
  3. ^ Wilmington, Michael (January 15, 1988). "MOVIE REVIEW : Fire and Ice Fuel a Low-Budget, High-Intensity 'Patti Rocks'". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 28, 2017.
  4. ^ "Chris Mulkey profile". The New York Times. Retrieved June 24, 2013.

External links

Above Suspicion (upcoming film)

Above Suspicion is an upcoming thriller film directed by Phillip Noyce, and stars Emilia Clarke and Jack Huston. It is based on Joe Sharkey's nonfiction book of the same name.

Bad Actress

Bad Actress is a 2011 American independent feature film, directed by Robert Lee King, written by David Michael Barrett, produced by Lisa Schahet, and starring Beth Broderick as has-been TV star Alyssa Rampart-Pillage. The picture had its world premiere at the Miami International Film Festival in March, 2011.

A dark comedy, the movie is a retelling of the Greek tragedy Elektra set in the San Fernando Valley. Nighttime TV soap queen, Alyssa Rampart-Pillage (Beth Broderick), is a has-been, but her career is restarted once she’s accused of murdering her husband, Bernie (Chris Mulkey), the appliance king of the San Fernando Valley.

Bakersfield P.D.

Bakersfield P.D. is an American television sitcom that aired on Fox from September 14, 1993 until August 18, 1994.

The show was based in the police department of the city of Bakersfield, California. It was shot with naturalistic lighting and without a laugh track. The show's theme song, "Busy Office Rhumba," was written and performed by Brave Combo.Fox canceled the show after one season, citing low ratings. The cable channel Trio reran the show under its "Brilliant But Cancelled" umbrella.

Behind Enemy Lines (1997 film)

Behind Enemy Lines is an American 1997 action film starring Thomas Ian Griffith, Chris Mulkey, Mark Carlton, and Spanky Manikan.

A Vietnamese military officer, General Nguy is purchasing nuclear triggers from a Chinese national at the border. A two-man special operations US Marine Team thwarts the transaction and obtains the triggers. However, one of the Marines, Jones, is unavoidably left behind. Mike Weston thinks Jones is dead, but when he learns otherwise from Colonel Wolfe, he goes back for him. Once in Vietnam, he is picked up and General Nguy tries to get his nuclear triggers back. Weston almost escapes, but is eventually subdued and taken to prison so General Nguy can persuade Weston to tell him the location of the nuclear triggers. News of Mike’s arrest prompts Mike Westin’s sister, Kat (Katherine) and several very loyal ex-Marine buddies go to Vietnam to help get him out. Weston’s sister and friends are eventually joined by an Embassy US Marine Sergeant Blakley. Eventually, Weston and Jones from inside the prison – family and friends from outside - finally overwhelm the prison guards. Unfortunately, Sergeant Blakley sacrifices himself to take out an armored car before it can reinforce the prison. With the nuclear triggers regained the team all make it to the rendezvous with Colonel Wolfe – except Jones. Jones is barricaded in a guard tower machine-gunning the remaining guards in a last stand. Wolfe refuses to go back for him, but Weston will have nothing of it. Jones, about to be overwhelmed, is plucked at the last second by helicopter from the guard tower. The entire team successfully escape Vietnam. In the end, Mike, Jones, the team, and their girlfriends sail off into the sunset headed to Hawaii on his yacht.

Brother Where You Bound (song)

"Brother Where You Bound" is the epic length title track to Supertramp's 1985 album of the same name. Written and sung by keyboardist Rick Davies, it is the longest song Supertramp ever recorded clocking in at 16 and a half minutes (surpassing "Try Again" from their 1970 self titled debut album by more than three minutes).

The introduction to the track features a reading from George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, fragments of spoken news reports, and the final lines from the nursery rhyme Oranges and Lemons. An excerpt from "The Internationale" can also be heard from minute 1:10. The introduction is followed by lyrics that speak about the Cold War that was happening at the time of the recording in 1984. A music video was also produced for the song, which was filmed in the derelict Pan-Pacific Auditorium, starring actor Chris Mulkey. The video was directed by Rene Daalder and aroused controversy due to its graphic violence.This track features drummer Bob Siebenberg's then brother-in-law Scott Gorham of Thin Lizzy on rhythm guitar. The guitar solos throughout the track were performed by Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour who used his own mixing system where he controlled every sound that went from his guitar onto the album.

In a 2002 radio interview on Rockline, Davies explained how Gilmour got involved on the title cut: "I remember saying to the guys, 'We need to find somebody that can play a bit like Gilmour' for the guitar stuff, and I think it was someone at A&M - it might have been Jordan Harris or somebody, one of those guys - and he said, 'Well, I know David - maybe he would like to come over and do it,' and he sent him a demo and he decided he'd like to do it and he was very reasonable. Came over, brought all his gear and straight to the studio. It was a home studio, my studio, and we did it."

Deadbeat

Deadbeat may refer to:

Deadbeat, the stage name of Canadian electronica musician Scott Montieth

The Deadbeats, an art punk band formed in 1977 in Los Angeles, California

Deadbeats, a 1977 film, starring Chris Mulkey

Dead Beat, a 1994 film based on the life of real-life serial killer Charles Schmid

Deadbeat (TV series), a 2014 Hulu original TV series

Dead Beat, a 1992 novel by Val McDermid

Dead Beat (The Dresden Files), a 2005 book of the Dresden Files series by Jim Butcher

Dead-beat control, a problem in discrete control theory of finding an optimal input sequence that will bring the system output to a given setpoint in a finite number of time steps

Deadbeat parent, a parent that has freely chosen not to financially support their children

Anchor escapement, a type of escapement in clocks, a variation of which is called "deadbeat escapement"

Episode 5 (Twin Peaks)

"Episode 5", also known as "Cooper's Dreams", is the sixth episode of the first season of the American mystery television series Twin Peaks. The episode was written by series co-creator Mark Frost and directed by Lesli Linka Glatter. "Episode 5" features series regulars Kyle MacLachlan, Michael Ontkean and Richard Beymer, with guest appearances by Chris Mulkey and David Patrick Kelly.

Glatter has noted that the episode exemplifies the themes of longing and desire which she feels characterize the series; she has also called to attention its careful balance between tragic and comic elements. Exterior scenes in the episode were filmed in California's Angeles National Forest and blended with stock footage of Washington to enhance the setting.

FBI agent Dale Cooper (MacLachlan) and Twin Peaks sheriff Harry Truman (Ontkean) continue to investigate a murder in the small mountain town, while local businessman Benjamin Horne (Beymer) schemes to burn down its sawmill to further his property empire. First airing on May 10, 1990, "Episode 5" was viewed by approximately 18 percent of the available audience during its broadcast; it has received positive reviews from critics.

Episode 6 (Twin Peaks)

"Episode 6", also known as "Realization Time", is the seventh episode of the first season of the American mystery television series Twin Peaks. The episode was written by Harley Peyton, and directed by Caleb Deschanel. "Episode 6" features series regulars Kyle MacLachlan, Sherilyn Fenn and Eric Da Re, with guest appearances by Chris Mulkey and David Patrick Kelly.

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent Dale Cooper (MacLachlan) and Twin Peaks sheriff Harry Truman (Ontkean) continue to investigate a murder in the small mountain town of Twin Peaks; while local businessman Benjamin Horne (Beymer) schemes to burn down the town's sawmill to further his property empire.

Deschanel has noted that the episode, like most in the series, was filmed from a relatively short teleplay; he feels that this has contributed to its ability to develop characterization and subtextual inferences in addition to advancing its narrative. Peyton has described writing dialogue for MacLachlan's character Dale Cooper as being particularly tricky, though he found Fenn's character Audrey Horne to be enjoyable to write for. First airing on May 17, 1990, "Episode 6" was viewed by approximately 17 percent of the available audience during its broadcast. The episode has received positive reviews from critics.

Episode 7 (Twin Peaks)

"Episode 7", also known as "The Last Evening", is the eighth and final episode of the first season of the American mystery television series Twin Peaks. Series co-creator Mark Frost wrote and directed the episode. It features series regulars Kyle MacLachlan, Piper Laurie and Eric Da Re, with guest appearances by Chris Mulkey and Walter Olkewicz.

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent Dale Cooper (MacLachlan) pays the price for his investigation of a murder in the small mountain town of Twin Peaks, while the local sawmill is burnt in an arson scheme.

Like much of the series, "Episode 7" features unusual set and costume design, including the hallmark use of a strong red palette. Production designer Richard Hoover has explained that the sound stages were constructed with ceilings and functional hallways—an unusual practice for television production—allowing actors to be filmed entering a scene without cuts. First airing on May 23, 1990, "Episode 7" was viewed by about 22 percent of the available audience; it received positive reviews from critics.

Episode 8 (Twin Peaks)

"Episode 8", also known as "May the Giant Be with You", is the first episode of the second season of the American mystery television series Twin Peaks. The episode was written by series co-creators David Lynch and Mark Frost, and directed by Lynch. It features series regulars Kyle MacLachlan, Michael Ontkean, Ray Wise and Richard Beymer; and guest stars Grace Zabriskie as Sarah Palmer, Chris Mulkey as Hank Jennings, Miguel Ferrer as Albert Rosenfield, Don S. Davis as Major Garland Briggs, and Victoria Catlin as Blackie O'Reilly.

Twin Peaks centers on the investigation into the murder of schoolgirl Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee), in the small rural town in Washington state after which the series is named. In this episode, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Special Agent Dale Cooper (MacLachlan) is visited by The Giant after being shot by an unknown assailant. After The Giant gives him clues and he has recovered, Cooper, Sheriff Truman (Ontkean), and FBI Special Agent Albert Rosenfield (Ferrer) continue to investigate Laura Palmer's murder with the aid of The Giant's clues. The town of Twin Peaks is in turmoil after a fire at The Packard Sawmill, which has left a number of people injured and others missing, Leo Johnson (Eric Da Re)'s attempted murder, Jacques Renault (Walter Olkewicz)'s murder, and Nadine Hurley (Wendy Robie)'s suicide attempt.

"Episode 8" was broadcast on September 30, 1990, on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) and was watched by an audience of 19.1 million households in the United States, about 20 percent of the available audience. Critical response to the episode was largely positive.

Episode 9 (Twin Peaks)

"Episode 9", also known as "Coma", is the second episode of the second season of the American mystery television series Twin Peaks. The episode was written by Harley Peyton, and directed by series co-creator David Lynch. It features series regulars Kyle MacLachlan, Michael Ontkean, Ray Wise and Richard Beymer; and guest stars Chris Mulkey as Hank Jennings, Miguel Ferrer as Albert Rosenfield, David Patrick Kelly as Jerry Horne. Don S. Davis as Major Garland Briggs, Victoria Catlin as Blackie O'Reilly, Don Amendolia as Emory Battis, Frances Bay as Mrs. Tremond, Grace Zabriskie as Sarah Palmer, and Catherine E. Coulson as the Log Lady.

Twin Peaks centers on the investigation into the murder of schoolgirl Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee), in the small rural town in Washington state after which the series is named. In this episode, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Special Agent Dale Cooper (MacLachlan) continues his investigation on Laura Palmer's murder together with Sheriff Truman (Ontkean), and FBI Special Agent Albert Rosenfield (Ferrer). In the meanwhile, Donna Hayward (Lara Flynn Boyle) and Audrey Horne (Sherilyn Fenn) continue their separate attempts at investigating, respectively by taking Laura's place in the Meals on Wheels, her community service, and by working undercover in the "One Eyed Jack's", a brothel where Laura has worked in the past.

"Episode 9" was broadcast on October 8, 1990, on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) and was watched by an audience of 14.4 million households in the United States. Critical response to the episode was mainly positive.

Femme Fatales (TV series)

Femme Fatales is an anthology television series, inspired by the men's magazine of the same name, produced by and aired on Cinemax from 2011 to 2012. Each episode features an antiheroic woman, intercut with softcore pornographic scenes. Lilith (Tanit Phoenix) introduces each episode Rod Serling-style and occasionally appears within the narrative. Some characters make encore appearances in later episodes. Unlike most Cinemax After Dark shows that feature porn actors, Femme Fatales features mainstream actors, such as Richard Kind, Adam Goldberg, Paul Mazursky, Ryan Bittle, Robert LaSardo, Stephen Macht, William Gregory Lee, Dean Haglund, Charlie O'Connell, Daniel Bess, Angus Scrimm, Carrie Genzel, Ellie Cornell, Neil Hopkins in season 1; and Antonio Sabato Jr., Kyle Gass, Leilani Sarelle, Chris Mulkey, Scheana Marie, John Enos III, Vivica A. Fox, Sandra McCoy, Jeffrey Combs, Robert Picardo, Ashley Hamilton, Nikki Griffin, Eric Roberts, Kate Luyben, Steve Railsback, Paul Rae, Jes Macallan, Casper Van Dien, Jeff Fahey, and Betsy Rue in season 2.

K-9000

K-9000 is a 1991 sci-fi crime TV movie starring Chris Mulkey, Catherine Oxenberg, Dennis Haysbert, and Judson Scott. It was directed by Kim Manners and written by Michael Part and Steven E. de Souza. The film was intended as a pilot for an unsold television series loosely based on the 1989 film K-9.

Little Chenier

Little Chenier is a 2006 American drama film directed by Bethany Ashton and written by Jace Johnson and Ashton. It is set in the bayous of Louisiana, and stars Johnathon Schaech, Frederick Koehler, Tamara Braun, Jeremy Davidson, Clifton Collins Jr., and Chris Mulkey. The film completed production in 2006 but had difficulty finding a distributor despite generally positive reviews from a number of film festivals. It premiered at the Austin Film Festival on October 20, 2006 and was released January 18, 2008. Radio London Films released it on DVD on July 8, 2008.

Patti Rocks

Patti Rocks is a 1988 comedy film starring John Jenkins, Karen Landry and Chris Mulkey and directed by David Burton Morris.

The Hidden (film)

The Hidden is an American science fiction action-horror film produced and released in 1987 by New Line Cinema. The film was written by Bob Hunt (pen name of writer/producer/director Jim Kouf) and directed by Jack Sholder. The cast features Kyle MacLachlan and Michael Nouri and includes supporting roles by Clu Gulager, Chris Mulkey, Ed O'Ross, Clarence Felder, Claudia Christian and Larry Cedar. A sequel, The Hidden II, directed by Seth Pinsker was released in 1993.

The Living

The Living is a 2014 American drama film written and directed by Jack Bryan. It stars Fran Kranz, Jocelin Donahue, Kenny Wormald, Chris Mulkey, and Joelle Carter. Teddy (Kranz) learns he has beaten his wife, Molly (Donahue), in a drunken rage. Her brother, Gordon (Wormald), hires an ex-con (Mulkey) to kill Teddy. The film premiered at the 2014 Manhattan Film Festival.

The Surface

The Surface is a 2014 American drama thriller film directed by Gil Cates Jr. and starring Sean Astin, Mimi Rogers, Chris Mulkey, and Jeff Gendelman. Gendelman also served as the films writer and producer.

Tomcats (1977 film)

Tomcats is a 1977 American film directed by Harry E. Kerwin and starring Chris Mulkey, Polly King, Wayne Crawford, and William Kerwin. It was also known as Deadbeat, Getting Even and Avenged.Filmed and set in Miami, Florida, the film details the actions of four amoral and degenerate thugs, named M.J., Johnny, Billy, and Curly, whom travel around robbing, gang raping and murdering young women. When they are arrested but get away with their crimes on a legal technicality, the older brother of one of their victims, a law student named Cullen Garrett, decides to take the law into his own hands by stalking and killing the four thugs one by one.

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