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James Thomas Patrick "J. T." Walsh (September 28, 1943 – February 27, 1998) was an American character actor. He appeared in many well-known films, including Nixon, Hoffa, A Few Good Men, Backdraft, Miracle on 34th Street and Breakdown.
Walsh was known for his roles as "quietly sinister white-collar sleazeballs" (quote from Leonard Maltin) in numerous feature films, and was described as "everybody's favorite scumbag" by Playboy magazine.
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|House of Games||The Businessman||1987|
|Good Morning, Vietnam||Sgt. Major Dickerson||1987|
|Misery||State Trooper Sherman Douglas||1990|
|Backdraft||Alderman Marty Swayzak||1991|
|A Few Good Men||Lt. Col. Matthew A. Markinson||1992|
|Sniper||Chester Van Damme||1993|
|Needful Things||Danforth 'Buster' Keeton III||1993|
|The Last Seduction||Frank Griffith||1994|
|The Client||Jason McThune||1994|
|Miracle on 34th Street||Ed Collins||1994|
|Breakdown||Warren " Red " Barr||1997|
|The Negotiator||Insp. Terence Niebaum||1998|
|Crime of the Century||2013|