Gerrit Graham

A hawk-nosed, light-haired character player with large hooded eyes, Gerrit Graham started his film acting career as a teenager in the early experimental anti-Establishment comedies of Brian De Palma co-starring with the then unknown Robert De Niro. The NYC-born actor snared the role of a countercultural figure even more thoroughly obsessed with the assassination of JFK than with the pleasures of Free Love while a sophomore at Columbia University where he served as general manager of the Columbia Players--a post previously held by De Palma. Graham dropped out of college to act with Chicago's Second City comedy troupe before collaborating with De Palma again on Hi, Mom!. He went on to amass of number of stage credits including several productions with Paul Sills' original Story Theater, a lead in the L.A. production of Sam Shepard's Chicago and some off-off-Broadway shows.

Known For


Cast Credits

Now and Again (1999)
Starring as Roger Bender
Star Trek: Voyager (1995)
Guest starring as Quinn
Rebel Highway (1994)
Guest starring as Lipsky
The Critic (1994)
Starring as Franklin Sherman
Babylon 5 (1993)
Guest starring as Lord Kiro
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993)
Guest starring as Hunter
Miami Vice (1984)
Guest starring as Calvin Teal
The A-Team (1983)
Guest starring as Brother Stephen