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Gregory Harrison : Tom Baker

Gregory Harrison’s four-decade career spans television, film, and theater. He has filmed over 40 TV movies, two dozen mini-series, and guest- starred on dozens of television series, beginning with “M*A*S*H” in 1975. Harrison has since starred in numerous television series, including “Reckless,” “Logan's Run,” “Safe Harbor,” “Falcon Crest,” “Trapper John, M.D.,” “One Tree Hill,” “Judging Amy, “Strong Medicine, “Joey” and “Ringer.” Earlier this year, he starred in the Hallmark Channel original movie “Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Lost Without You,” his third in that series, and has also starred in the Hallmark Channel original movies “Cloudy With a Chance of Love,” “Undercover Bridesmaid,” and “The Nine Lives of Christmas,” along with the Hallmark Movie Channel original “After All These Years.”

On the big screen, Harrison has appeared in several feature films, including It's My Party, North Shore, Razorback, Running Wild, Air Bud II: Golden Receiver, Love 'N Dancing, Give 'Em Hell, Malone, and The M Word with Michael Imperioli and Frances Fisher. Earlier this year, he starred in Fair Haven.

Harrison made his Broadway debut in 1997 with Kander and Ebb's “Steel Pier” and took the Broadway stage again in the 2001 Broadway revival of the critically acclaimed Stephen Sondheim musical “Follies,” co-starring Blythe Danner and Treat Williams. Additionally, he played slick lawyer Billy Flynn in another Kander and Ebb musical, “Chicago,” both on Broadway and on the national tour. Other dramatic theater roles include this year's world-premiere of “The Snake Can” (Odyssey Theater), “Surf Report” (La Jolla Playhouse), “Child's Play,” Jules Feiffer's “Carnal Knowledge” and the US and China tour of “Top Secret: The Battle For The Pentagon Papers.” Harrison also starred in productions of “The Hasty Heart” and “Picnic” (Ahmanson Theater), both taped for Showtime on Broadway.

Harrison’s regional musical credits include “Pump Boys and Dinettes,” “Of Thee I Sing,” “Paper Moon: The Musical,” “Festival,” “Guys and Dolls” and “The Music Man.”