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Tom Irwin

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Tom Irwin is an American film, television, and stage actor.

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Born in Peoria, Illinois, Irwin graduated from Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois. He was a founding member of the Steppenwolf Theatre after college, along with Laurie Metcalf, John Malkovich, Joan Allen, and Gary Sinise. Irwin's first starring television role was in the short-lived 1991 ABC television series My Life and Times. He also portrayed Graham Chase, the soft-spoken father in the 1994 television series My So-Called Life. He has had numerous other television acting appearances, including Angel and ER. He currently has a recurring role on the television series Saving Grace. He made his Broadway debut in 1990 in The Grapes of Wrath. Irwin, who has also appeared in various movie roles, lives in Los Angeles, California. In 2002 he played the part of Gerry in London's West End production of Up for Grabs with Madonna. In 1999, he starred in No Higher Love, with Katey Sagal and Annabeth Gish, about a woman with a terminal illness who chooses someone to take over for her as wife and mother.

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