Stephen Collins (born October 1, 1947) is an American actor. He is probably best known for his role as Reverend Eric Camden on the television series 7th Heaven.
He is also the author of two novels: Eye Contact (1994) and Double Exposure (1998).
Though he plays a pastor on the television series 7th Heaven, he is actually Jewish.
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Though he plays a pastor on the television series 7th Heaven, he is actually Jewish. In 2003 he began a relationship with his Spooks co-star Keeley Hawes, and they are expecting their first child later in 2004. He is also the author of two novels: Eye Contact (1994) and Double Exposure (1998). He is currently filming a starring role as Mr Darcy in a new film adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, due for release in 2005. He is probably best known for his role as Reverend Eric Camden on the television series 7th Heaven. MacFadyen has also appeared in several films, most notably Enigma (2001), in which he was oddly cast as a battle-scarred submarine commander. Stephen Collins (born October 1, 1947) is an American actor. The series has also found a following on cable television in the United States, where it airs as MI5 on the A&E Network.
The Commission (2003). A longer second season was screened in 2003, and a third season is due to air in the autumn of 2004. Drive Me Crazy (1999). In 2002 he took his highest-profile role to date, when he was picked to star in Spooks, which went on to become a huge popular and critical success when screen on BBC One. The First Wives Club (1996). Also in 2001, he earned much critical acclaim for his starring role in the prestige BBC Two drama serial Perfect Strangers, which was written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff. My New Gun (1992). Further television drama work followed, including starring roles in the dramas Warriors (1999) and The Way We Live Now (2001), both for the BBC.
Stella (1990). MacFadyen's major TV breakthrough came when he co-starred in a television adaptation of Emily Brontė's novel Wuthering Heights, screened on the ITV network in 1998. The Big Picture (1989). His Benedick was particularly memorable, played as an officer-class buffoon with a moustache and a braying laugh. Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986). After having studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts from 1992 to 1995, MacFadyen quickly became a well-known actor on the British stage, due primarily to his work with the stage company Cheek by Jowl, for whom he played Antonio in The Duchess of Malfi, Charles Surface in The School for Scandal, and Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing. Choke Canyon (1986). Matthew MacFadyen (born 1974) is a British actor, best known for his role as MI5 agent Tom Quinn in the BBC television drama series Spooks.
Brewster's Millions (1985). Loving Couples (1980). Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979). The Promise (1979).
Fedora (1978). Between the Lines (1977). All the President's Men (1976). Jumping Ship (2001) (TV movie).
As Time Runs Out (1999) (TV movie). An Unexpected Life (1998) (TV movie). An Unexpected Family (1996) (TV movie). 7th Heaven (1996-).
The Babysitter's Seduction (1996) (TV movie). On Seventh Avenue (1996) (TV movie). Sisters (Collins appeared on the series 1995-1996). A Family Divided (1995).
Scarlett (1994) (miniseries). The Disappearance of Nora (1993). Remember (1993). A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story (1992) (TV movie).
A Woman Named Jackie (1991) (miniseries). Working It Out (1990). Tattingers (1989). Weekend War (1988).
Grenvilles (1987). The Two Mrs. Hold the Dream (1986). Chiefs (1983) (miniseries).
Dark Mirror (1984). Threesome (1984). Inside the Third Reich (1982). Tales of the Gold Monkey (1982).
Summer Solstice (1981). Looking Back (1981). The Henderson Monster (1980). The Rhinemann Exchange (1977) (miniseries).
Brinks: The Great Robbery (1976).