Jamey Sheridan

James Patrick "Jamey" Sheridan (born July 12, 1951) is an American actor. Sheridan's acting career has encompassed theater, television, and feature film productions. Born in Pasadena, California, to a family of actors, he earned a Tony Award nomination in 1987 for his performance in the revival of Arthur Miller's All My Sons. After several TV movie appearances, Sheridan landed a starring role as lawyer Jack Shannon on Shannon's Deal, which ran for one season in 1990. His later television roles include Dr. John Sutton on Chicago Hope (from 1995 to 1996) and Randall Flagg in the television mini-series adaptation of The Stand (1994). Jamey Sheridan is married to actress Colette Kilroy. They have three children and live in Los Angeles.



Jamey Sheridan's first movie role was as a New York City Police officer in Whoopi Goldberg's starring vehicle Jumping Jack Flash (1986). They have a short scene together when he arrests her. It's interesting to note that Sheridan would go on to play Randall Flagg (the leader of the Las Vegas faction) in The Stand (1994 Miniseries) while Goldberg would play Mother Abagail (spiritual leader of the Boulder faction) in The Stand (2020 Miniseries).

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