Terry Serpico

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Terry Serpico
Terry Serpico 1a.jpg
Born(1964-06-27) June 27, 1964 (age 50)
Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma
Years active1995–present
 
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Terry Serpico
Terry Serpico 1a.jpg
Born(1964-06-27) June 27, 1964 (age 50)
Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma
Years active1995–present

Terry Serpico (born June 27, 1964) is an American film and television actor.

Background[edit]

Serpico is a military brat; he grew up on Army bases across the United States and in Europe.[1] He attended Boston University before transferring to and graduating from the State University of New York at Purchase in 1989.[2]

Career[edit]

He began his career as a stunt performer. In 1997, he was cast as an actor in Donnie Brasco, where he played his first major role.

In television, Serpico has guest-starred on such shows as Law & Order, CSI: Miami, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and Person of Interest. He played Mickey Mantle in the ESPN miniseries The Bronx Is Burning. He has enjoyed a recurring role in Rescue Me, and a starring role as Col. Frank Sherwood in Army Wives.

Filmography[edit]

TV appearances[edit]

two episodes, one as an unnamed murder victim, and one as Freakie
"This Band of Brothers", as Lofton
nine episodes
"Dissonance" (2000), as Jay Brannigan
"Patriot" (2002), as Frank Miller
"Closure" (2000), as Ron Johnson
"Rotten" (2003), as Les Cooper
"Quarry" (2005), as Deacon Brinn
"Military Justice (2013)
"The Extra Man" (2001 episode), as Leslie Roche
"But Not Forgotten" (2003 episode), as Earl Carnicki
as recurring character Eddie Gavin
pilot episode, as Leo
two-part miniseries, as Pulaski
Series regular season 3+, recurring character seasons 1 & 2, as Colonel Frank Sherwood
"Guerillas in the Mist", as Steve Lancaster
"Gone Fishing" (2007), as Virgil's Boss

Criminal Minds(TV Series) 2014

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Terry Serpico Embraces Military Life & Low Countryhttp://www.examiner.com/article/terry-serpico-embraces-military-life-low-country". examiner.com. 1 November 2011. 
  2. ^ "Watch Out for...Terry Serpico." Article at okmagazine.com, September 27, 2007. [1]

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