Terry Kinney
American actor
Terry Kinney
Terry Kinney is an American actor and theatre director, and is a founding member of the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, with Gary Sinise and Jeff Perry. Best known for his role as Emerald City creator Tim McManus on HBO's prison drama Oz
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Review: ‘Reconfiguration,’ a Theater-Concert Hybrid With the Band Other Lives
NYTimes - over 1 year
Terry Kinney, a Steppenwolf Theater Company founder, has started Mix Tape Productions, infusing rock with the razzmatazz of the theater.
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Wilborn Hampton: A Play To Make James Joyce Proud
Huffington Post - over 3 years
For James Joyce fans and scholars looking for a way to celebrate Bloomsday but haven't the time to attend a complete reading of Ulysses, the Irish Repertory Theatre has a worthy alternative in Gibraltar, a play by Patrick Fitzgerald adapted from Joyce's epic novel that boasts two knockout performances by Fitzgerald and Cara Seymour. Arriving just before the 109th anniversary of one of English literature's most commemorated dates -- June 16 -- and directed by the estimable Terry Kinney, Gibraltar is a deftly edited account of the peregrinations of Leopold and Molly Bloom on that day in 1904 on which the entire novel takes place. Fitzgerald clearly knows his Joyce and has a fine ear for the poetic imagery from one of the greatest masters of the English language. Fitzgerald opens Gibraltar with Part II of the novel, then takes the audience on an abbreviated two-hour tour of Bloom's day. It begins with Bloom cooking his morning kidney and taking the tea and mail up to ...
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Michael Giltz: Theater: Ethan Hawke and Richard Nixon At Their Finest
Huffington Post - over 4 years
IVANOV *** out of **** CHECKERS ** 1/2 out of **** IVANOV *** out of **** CLASSIC STAGE COMPANY Theater is so ephemeral: see the same show with the same cast one week earlier or one week later or with a different audience and you might well have three subtly different reactions. Not enough is made of when a show is seen. So let's be clear, especially with the havoc that Sandy caused in the theater world. (Which of course doesn't compare to the very real havoc in people's lives.) Obviously performances and rehearsals were lost, just as many shows of the fall prepared to open. Going to see Ivanov was one of the first times I'd left my Long Island City neighborhood since the storm and despite an hour on the train and then walking 30 or so blocks to get there, it was very welcome indeed. But the cast was forced to launch into critics' performances from a standstill. (With so many dates cancelled, it was impossible to reschedule every critic to the new opening dates.) S ...
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MOB DOCTOR Diagnosis: Not Good
Boom Tron - over 4 years
Probably the biggest challenge Mob Doctor presents is the urge to make a bad medical joke in the title of any articles about it.  As you can see, I’ve already failed in that minor task, but the way I rationalize it is that the show itself fails on so many levels, I can be given a pass on something like this. Allow me to begin by trying to focus on the positive, in this case, Kevin Corrigan.  Earlier this summer, I upgraded Mob Doctor from so-what to must-see on the basis of Corrigan being added to the cast alone, and I stand by that even now.  So far he’s only been in one episode, as has Oz‘s Terry Kinney, but it’s hoped they will return soon in their supporting roles as the Amato brothers.  So far, their characters don’t quite match up to early reports, but such is the nature of the beast.  Corrigan brings to his part that same easy intensity that he brings to every part, where he can be scary and still somehow vulnerable.  His character’s not as cuddly as his role in, say, Buffal ...
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Two New Faces Are Headed To 'The Mob Doctor'
Popeater - over 4 years
A few more cast members are headed to South Chicago this fall. Fox's "The Mob Doctor" has cast "Oz" vet Terry Kinney as Salavtor Amora, an acquaintance of Cronstantine's (William Forsythe), according to THR. Also, EW reports that "Fringe" actor Kevin Corrigan will appear as Titus Amato, a mobster who is "full of bravado and always thinks he's got the upper hand." "The Mob Doctor," which stars "My Boys" alum Jordan Spiro as a female thoracic surgeon who is indebted to the South Chicago mafia, is set to premiere on Monday, September 17 at 9 p.m. ET. In other casting news... A French model is set to play Serena's enemy on "Gossip Girl." Zoe Aggeliki will play Natasha, the evil sister of Serena's love interest Steven Spence (Barry Watson) on Season 6 of the CW series. [HollywoodLife] Ryan Rottman has joined the cast of "They Lying Game." The "90210" star has joined the ABC Family series as Jordan, a confident bad boy from Beverly Hills. [TV Guide] Bonnie Frankl ...
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Terry Kinney still hopes people find 'NYC 22'
Zap 2 it - over 4 years
I would love to play Cyrano. Maybe it will happen, maybe not, onstage.
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Denette Wilford: 'NYC 22' vs. 'Rookie Blue': Have We Seen This Before?
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
Don't tell me you weren't thinking it. At a glance, "NYC 22" is a copycat of "Rookie Blue." Both police dramas focus on rookies adjusting to their new lives -- but instead of working the streets of Toronto, TV's latest recruits are part of Manhattan's 22nd precinct. As far as I'm concerned, however, that's where the similarities end. Where the men and women of 15 Division fumbled and bumbled on their first day three seasons ago, CBS's new "kids" showed a little more confidence. The most familiar faces of the series are Adam Goldberg, who plays Ray "Lazarus" Harper, a former crime-beat reporter, Terry Kinney, as Daniel "Yoda" Dean, the rookies' field training officer, and Leelee Sobieski as Jennifer "White House" Perry, a former Marine MP in Iraq. Harold House Moore (as Jayson "Jackpot" Toney ), Stark Sands (as Kenny McLaren), Judy Marte (as Tonya Sanchez), Tom Reed (as Ahmad Khan) and Felix Solis (as Terry Howard) round out the cast. Oops, but there's one big name I'm f ...
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Pesci poeti e cari ricordi , Sherwood Kiraly, 66th and 2nd - Paperblog
Google News - over 5 years
Sherwood Kiraly è uno scrittore e commediografo americano appassionato di baseball. Da Pesci poeti e cari ricordi, che è in parte autobiografico, è stato tratto un film, Diminished Capacity (2008), sceneggiato dallo stesso Kiraly e diretto da Terry Kinney
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Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band held free concert for the soldiers of the ... - Clarksville Online
Google News - over 5 years
Kimo Williams had been hired by Steppenwolf Theatre director Terry Kinney to compose the score for the production. It was during the technical rehearsals for the play that Sinise and Williams began to discuss their love for music and after learning of
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IL TELECOMANDO, LA GUIDA TV DI DM: 14 AGOSTO 2011. ARISA PER L'ULTIMA PUNTATA ... - DavideMaggio.it
Google News - over 5 years
Film del 1999 di Richard Shepard, con Maura Tierney, Adrien Brody, Terry Kinney, Laila Robins, James Naughton. Trama: Madeline, agente di polizia con tendenze masochistiche, si ritrova coinvolta nella caccia a un individuo soprannominato “Harry” (in
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How to Make a ... Jane Lynch - amNY
Google News - over 5 years
Along with Jeff Perry and Terry Kinney, Sinese founded the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago in the early 1970s, where Lynch got her start. When looking for an actor with serious chops, look for the Steppenwolf label; John Malkovich,
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Next step for the Steppenwolf Films production 'The Last Rites of Joe May' - Chicago Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
... the drama stars Dennis Farina as an aging hustler trying to reverse his fortunes, and it also features such familiar Steppenwolf faces as Gary Cole, Ian Barford, Chelcie Ross and Matt DeCaro, with Tim Evans and Terry Kinney in producer roles
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Sei qui : Mag-Series USA » Tag for the mentalist riassunto episodio 2×06 oro ... - Mag-SeriesUsa (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... ecco cosa è successo negli ultimi tre imperdibili episodi: Nell' episodio 2x06 "Oro nero e rosso sangue": Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) finisce in arresto a causa della cimice ritrovata nell' ufficio di Bosco (Terry Kinney) e questo metterà a dura
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The Mentalist, trama episodi 2×02 e 2×03 - Mag-SeriesUsa (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Patrick alla fine si presenta da amico nell' ufficio di Sam Bosco (Terry Kinney) portando delle ciambelle ma in realtà ha installato una microspia sotto la sua scrivania. The Mentalist 2×03 “Distintivo rosso“: Questa volta a finire nei guai è Lisbon o
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Il Socio: stasera in tv il thriller con Tom Cruise - Cinema10
Google News - over 5 years
Nel cast de Il Socio vediamo invece i nomi di Tom Cruise assieme a Gene Hackman, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Hal Holbrook (al cinema in Come L'Acqua Per Gli Elefanti), Terry Kinney, Paul Sorvino e David Strathairn. Il Socio, come sicuramente saprete,
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Neue US-Serien 2011/12 (37): "The 2-2" - TV Wunschliste
Google News - over 5 years
Ausgebildet werden sie vom erbarmungslosen Training Officer Daniel 'Yoda' Dean (Terry Kinney). Der zum Produzentenkreis zählende Robert de Niro verkaufte das Drehbuch des Krimi-Autoren Richard Price im Oktober 2010 an das US-Network CBS
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Terry Kinney
    FIFTIES
  • 2014
    Age 60
    Kinney was cast as series regular on ABC drama series Black Box opposite Kelly Reilly and Vanessa Redgrave, set to air on ABC in 2014.
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  • 2012
    Age 58
    Kinney also guest starred as Salvatore Amato, a member of a Chicago crime family, in the new Fox drama The Mob Doctor premiering in September 2012.
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    In April 2012 he starred in the CBS police procedural drama NYC 22 as Field Training Officer Daniel "Yoda" Dean.
    More Details Hide Details However, after four episodes NYC 22 was axed.
  • 2010
    Age 56
    2010 saw a pilot for a CBS drama called The Line, starring Dylan Walsh as ATF Agent Donovan with Kinney as a complex criminal, Alex Gunderson, that Donovan is hunting.
    More Details Hide Details The series was to be based on a novel by Robert Gregory Browne called "Kiss Her Goodbye". (Browne said that the show was tentatively called "ATF".) In 2011 Kinney had a recurring role in the North American adaptation of Being Human as Heggemann, an 1,100-year-old Dutch vampire.
  • 2009
    Age 55
    In 2009, he played Sergeant Harvey Brown in the ABC series, The Unusuals, and in the same year he had a recurring role as Special Agent Sam Bosco on the hit CBS series, The Mentalist.
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  • 2008
    Age 54
    For television, in 2008, Kinney was Deputy Attorney General Zach Williams in Canterbury's Law, a short-lived Fox series.
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    In 2008, he directed Diminished Capacity, a feature film with a big Steppenwolf presence, based on the Sherwood Kiraly novel of that name.
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  • 2006
    Age 52
    In 2006 Kinney directed a short film (18 minutes) called Kubuku Rides (This Is It), which portrays the effects of drug addiction of a mother as seen by her young son.
    More Details Hide Details The film is based on the short story by Larry Brown. It is the first film produced by Steppenwolf Films.
  • FORTIES
  • 2002
    Age 48
    During a performance of Buried Child Kinney had a "terrible, horrible, screaming panic attack" and stayed offstage for several years, only returning in 2002 in a performance with Kurt Elling called Petty Delusions and Grand Obsessions.
    More Details Hide Details He directed Richard Greenberg's play Well Appointed Room in 2006 and Neil Labute's reasons to be pretty in 2009. In 2010 he directed another Lanford Wilson play, Fifth of July for Bay Street Theatre (July) and for the Williamstown Theatre Festival (August). In October–November 2012 Kinney directs Checkers a new play by Douglas McGrath at the Vineyard Theatre, New York City. He's slated to direct Lyle Kessler's new play Collision in January 2013 at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.
  • 2001
    Age 47
    In 2001, he played the estranged father of the protagonist, Sara Johnson (Julia Stiles), in the film Save the Last Dance.
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  • 1996
    Age 42
    In 1996, Kinney played a comedic role as Uncle David in the coming-of-age drama, Fly Away Home. 1999 saw the release of the indie film, The Young Girl and the Monsoon, about Hank, a 39-year-old photo-journalist dealing with a demanding job and a growing daughter, and Kinney played the lead.
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  • 1995
    Age 41
    In 1995, he played mayoral candidate Todd Carter in Carl Franklin's film Devil in a Blue Dress.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1993
    Age 39
    From 1993 to 2005, he was married to his Oz co-star Kathryn Erbe, with whom he has a daughter, Maeve (b. 1995), and a son, Carson (b. 2003).
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  • 1988
    Age 34
    His film work includes a role in the 1988 film Miles from Home, which featured many cast members of Steppenwolf and was directed by Sinise.
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  • 1987
    Age 33
    In 1987, he starred as Pastor Tom Bird in the CBS miniseries Murder Ordained opposite JoBeth Williams.
    More Details Hide Details He is perhaps best known for his portrayal of the idealistic unit manager Tim McManus on HBO's prison drama Oz. In 1995, Kinney co-starred with Tommy Lee Jones in an adaptation of an Elmer Kelton western novel titled The Good Old Boys. Tommy Lee Jones directed this made-for-TV movie which also co-starred Sissy Spacek, Matthew Damon, Sam Shepard, Wilford Brimley and retired Texas Ranger H. Joaquin Jackson. Kinney also directed two episodes of Oz, "Cruel and Unusual Punishments" in 1999 and "Wheel of Fortune" in 2002. Explaining the experience, he said, "it was great training for shooting on a limited budget, on a time crunch."
  • 1985
    Age 31
    Besides his theatrical work, Kinney has done much acting, mainly for television, starting in 1985 with an appearance in Miami Vice.
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    In 1985 he performed in the Drama Desk Award winning play Balm in Gilead by Lanford Wilson.
    More Details Hide Details In 1996 Kinney played Tilden in the Sam Shepard play Buried Child directed by Gary Sinise in New York City.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1984
    Age 30
    From 1984 to 1988, Kinney was married to Elizabeth Perkins.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1954
    Age 0
    Born on January 29, 1954.
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