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. Perry Cox. He is also the author of two novels: Eye Contact (1994) and Double Exposure (1998). In 2001, McGinley began work on Scrubs as the acerbic Dr. He is probably best known for his role as Reverend Eric Camden on the television series 7th Heaven. He joined forces with Koontz and Fox once more for Sole Survivor in 2000. Stephen Collins (born October 1, 1947) is an American actor. The four-part miniseries became Fox's highest-rated miniseries.
The Commission (2003). McGinley received critical acclaim for his starring role in Dean Koontz's suspense drama, Intensity (1997). Drive Me Crazy (1999). He worked almost continually throughout the 1990s on a swathe of movies, most notably in David Fincher's Seven (1995), and perhaps least notably in the widely disparaged Highlander II: The Quickening (1991). The First Wives Club (1996). McGinley showcased his screenwriting talents with 1990's Suffering Bastards, in which he also co-starred. My New Gun (1992). That was followed the next year with Wall Street (1987), and again the next with Talk Radio (1988).
Stella (1990). While working as John Turturro's understudy in John Patrick Shanley's 1984 production of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea he was noticed by a casting scout, which led to an audition for the role of Sergeant Red O'Neill in the Oscar winning Platoon, although his first movie role was Alan Alda's Sweet Liberty (1986). The Big Picture (1989). Upon completing his education, McGinley did a variety of different work, including on- and off-Broadway productions, and a two year stint on the soap opera Another World. Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986). McGinley studied acting at Syracuse University, and later at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Choke Canyon (1986). He owns a stake in one of Billy Gilroy's New York SoHo bistros along with fellow actor Willem Dafoe.
Brewster's Millions (1985). McGinley is known for his cynical, wacky, sometimes sinister character portayals. Loving Couples (1980). He came to fame in Oliver Stone's Platoon in 1986, and went on to work on no less than four other Stone productions. Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979). McGinley, sometimes credited as John McGinley, has had a most prolific career, primarily as a supporting character actor. The Promise (1979). John C.
Fedora (1978). McGinley (born August 3, 1959 in New York) is an American actor, producer, and writer. Between the Lines (1977). John C. 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).