Ed Begley, Jr. performs multiple roles in BBC-5's drama import, the American radio soap opera Milford-Haven.
Ed Begley, Jr. first came to audiences' attention for his portrayal of Dr. Victor Ehrlich on the long-running hit television series, "St. Elsewhere," for which he received six Emmy nominations. Since then Begley has moved easily between feature, television and theatre projects.
Begley can currently be seen in the new movie, "A Mighty Wind", a follow-up to the American Comedy Award-winning film, "Best In Show," with Christopher Guest, Catherine O' Hara and Parker Posey. His other feature film credits include "Batman Forever," "Greedy," "The Accidental Tourist" and "The In-Laws."
On television, Begley recently starred in "Kingdom Hospital", the Stephen King mini-series on ABC. He can also be seen in recurring roles on "Jack & Bobby", "Six Feet Under" and "7th Heaven." He also guest starred in such series as "The West Wing," "The Practice," "The Drew Carey Show," "Touched By an Angel," and "Providence." He was a member of the classic TV drama, "St. Elsewhere."
Among his motion pictures for television credits are "Homicide: The Movie," "Not in This Town," with Kathy Baker, "World War II: When Lions Roared," with Bob Hoskins, Michael Caine and John Lithgow, "Running Mates," "Cooperstown" and "Story Lady," which starred Jessica Tandy.
Begley also starred in the West Coast premiere of David Mamet's "Cryptogram," at the Geffen Playhouse, in the role that he originated in Boston and then in New York.
Check out Ed's website at: www.edbegley.com