David Thornton (actor)

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David Thornton
Born(1953-06-12) June 12, 1953 (age 61)
Cheraw, South Carolina, U.S.
OccupationActor
Years active1983–present
Spouse(s)Cyndi Lauper (1991–present)
ChildrenDeclyn Wallace (born 1997)
 
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David Thornton
Born(1953-06-12) June 12, 1953 (age 61)
Cheraw, South Carolina, U.S.
OccupationActor
Years active1983–present
Spouse(s)Cyndi Lauper (1991–present)
ChildrenDeclyn Wallace (born 1997)

David Thornton (born June 12, 1953) is an American actor. He is known for his roles in John Q, Home Alone 3, Law & Order and The Notebook. He is the husband of Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Cyndi Lauper.[1]Thornton played a role in The Other Woman.

Personal life[edit]

Thornton married singer Cyndi Lauper in 1991 and the couple have a son together, Declyn Wallace (b. 1997).[2]

Filmography[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1983SessionsMarcTV movie
1985Miami ViceLileTV series (1 episode "Rites of Passage")
1986Tales from the DarksideWerewolfTV series (1 episode "The Circus")
1988Crime StoryThalbergTV series (1 episode "Femme Fatale")
Java BurnLomax
1989American PlayhouseNelson's PalTV series (1 episode "Ask Me Again")
1991Off and RunningReese
Men of RespectPhilly Como
1993Blind SpotFrankTV series
1994The Cosby MysteriesTV series (1 episode "The Lottery Winner Murders")
Mrs. Parker and the Vicious CircleGeorge S. Kaufman
1995New York NewsTV series (1 episode "New York News")
JeffreyMan #3
Search and DestroyRob
New York UndercoverAlan WarwickTV series (1 episode "The Shooter")
1996Breathing RoomBrian
Unhook the StarsFrankie Warren
If Lucy FellTed
RipperTwig (voice)Video game
Law & OrderPaul MediciTV series (1 episode "Family Business")
1997Home Alone 3Earl Unger
The Real BlondeAlex
Office KillerGary Michaels
She's So LovelySaul Sunday
1998A Civil ActionRichard Aufiero
The Last Days of DiscoBerrie Rafferty
IlluminataOrlandini
HushGavin
High ArtHarry
Too Tired to DieLulu
2000The $treetCarl KettnerTV series (1 episode "Closet Cases")
Blessed Art ThouElmo
Blue MoonFrank's Father
Dead DogStevenson Nagel
2001The Girl Under the Waves
2002Swept AwayMichael
Law & Order: Criminal IntentKenny StrickTV series (1 episode "Maledictus")
GarmentoRonnie Grossman
John QJimmy Palumbo
XX/XYMiles
For Earth BelowRon
Private PropertySam
100 Mile RuleJerry
Law & OrderJeremy CookTV series (1 episode "True Crime")
2003Prologue
Law & Order: Special Victims UnitLionel GrangerTV series (10 episodes)
2004The NotebookJohn Hamilton
NoiseElliot
The Warrior ClassSancerre
2005Law & OrderLionel GrangerTV series (1 episode "Sects")
Life on the LedgeMr. Eddy
Romance & CigarettesThe Urologist/Additional Voices
2006Alpha DogButch Mazursky
2009Here and ThereRobert
My Sister's KeeperDr. Chance
2010ZenithBerger
2011Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of LifeSimon Rudolph
Dirty MovieLittle Johnny's Dad
FakeTay Murphy
Trophy KidsCharlie
2013Cyndi Lauper: Still So UnusualHimselfTV series
Transfer at AachenLudwig VnukPre-production
2014The Other WomanNick

References[edit]

  1. ^ Neustatter, Angela (5 July 1992). "How We Met: 41. David Thornton and Cyndi Lauper". The Independent. Retrieved 14 December 2012. 
  2. ^ Sullivan, Caroline (12 October 2008). "'I've always been the outsider'". The Guardian. Retrieved 14 December 2012. 

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