James Eckhouse

James Eckhouse

actor, director, producer

James Eckhouse was born on Feb 14, 1955 in USA. James Eckhouse's big-screen debut came with Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back - The Original Radio Drama - Season 1 directed by John Madden in 1983, strarring Beta. James Eckhouse is known for The Boy on the Train directed by Roger Deutsch, James Eckhouse stars as Roger and Barnabás Tóth as János. The upcoming new movie James Eckhouse plays is A Simple Wedding which will be released on Feb 14, 2020.

James Eckhouse has had a varied and distinguished career as an actor and director in film, television, and theater for over 35 years.Recent film credits: ' The Happy Camper' coming out this winter, 'Saving Paradise', and 'A Simple Wedding' Other notable film credits include: The Avengers, S.W.A.T., Guess Who, One True Thing, Junior, Defending Your Life, 84 Charing Cross Road, Fat Man and Little Boy, Fatal Attraction, Cocktail, Big, Leaving Normal, and the voice of 'Potiphar' in the Dreamworks animated film, Joseph - King of Dreams.Well known to TV audiences as 'Jim Walsh' on FOX's original 'Beverly Hills 90210', James has had guest starring roles on over seventy TV movies and series including Chicago Med, The Rookie, Station 19, The Affair, Code Black, NCIS, Major Crimes, Castle, The Good Wife, Southland, Criminal Minds, West Wing, and Once and Again. He starred in HBO's hit series High and Mighty, as the mad scientist Don Knotts.James has performed in plays ranging from Shakespeare to Shepard on Broadway, Off-Broadway and in most of the nation's regional theaters. On Broadway he starred in the Tony Award winning 'All The Way' with Bryan Cranston. Other stage credits: the world premiere of Jane Anderson's 'The Escort' at the Geffen Playhouse, 'The Great Leap' at the Pasadena Playhouse, IAMA Theatre's 'Redline', 'The Goat' at the Mark Taper Forum; 'Six Degrees of Separation' at The Old Globe; and 'Mother Courage' at the La Jolla Playhouse. He has created roles in dozens of world premieres Off-Broadway and in regional theaters in the works of many of this country's most notable playwrights including Richard Nelson, Michael Ondaatje, Christopher Durang, Wendy Wasserstein, and Lanford Wilson.James' directing credits include several episodes of Beverly Hills 90210 and ABC's award winning drama 'Once and Again' starring Sela Ward and Evan Rachel Wood. He has directed plays at Pasadena Playhouse, The Matrix, IAMA, The Odyssey, Boston Court, and The Falcon. His documentary 'Protecting The Possibilities' won a Cine Golden Eagle Award.James began his training at Chicago's Second City and went on to receive a BFA in Drama at the Juilliard School in NYC.

  • Birthday

    Feb 14, 1955
  • Place of Birth

    Chicago, Illinois, USA
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