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Richard Speight Jr. (1970)

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Richard Speight, Jr. is an American actor, probably best known for his recurring role as Deputy Bill Kohler on the TV series Jericho prior to its cancellation. He also previously starred on the CBS drama The Agency, and as the Trickster/Gabriel/Loki on Supernatural.


 Personal life
Speight was raised in Nashville, Tennessee, the son of Barbara and Richard Speight. Born September 4, 1970, he attended Montgomery Bell Academy and the University of Southern California's School of Theater, graduating cum laude. He has two older sisters, Barby and Lindy. On June 28, 2003, he married Jaci Kathryn Hays, a dot-com executive in California; they have three sons.

Speight plays the guitar and bass.

Speight played Sgt. Warren "Skip" Muck in the Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning World War II miniseries Band of Brothers, produced for HBO by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg. Speight has also appeared in television series such as The Agency, ER, Jericho, Party of Five and JAG for CBS, as well as several commercials, which include Got Milk?, IBM, Pepsi, and Disney. He also has a recurring role on the drama show Supernatural since 2007 as the Trickster .

He has appeared in such films as Speed 2: Cruise Control, The Last Big Attraction, and starred in Jason Reitman's In God We Trust. He also co-directed and co-starred in the independent feature North Beach. His earlier work includes roles in the film Ernest Goes to Camp and a regular role in the NBC Saturday morning sitcom Running the Halls. He also had a brief role in Thank You for Smoking.


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