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TERRY KINNEY (Roy) made his big screen debut in "No Mercy" in 1986. He has also co-starred in "The Firm," "Devil in a Blue Dress," "The Last of the Mohicans." "Sleepers," "Talent for the Game," "A Walk on the Moon," "The House of Mirth," "Luminous Motion" "Oxygen," and others.
He earned a CableACE nomination as one of the stars of "Oz," HBO's award-winning ensemble prison drama. He made his television debut in 1986 in the CBS miniseries "Murder Ordained" and has since appeared in such productions as "JFK: Reckless Youth," "That Championship Season." "George Wallace" and "The Good Old Boys" (directed by Tommy Lee Jones).
He played Steve Woodman for a season on "thirtysomething" and also guest-starred in such series as "Miami Vice" and "Homicide: Life on the Street." He also reprised his stage role of the Rev. Jim Casy in the PBS presentation of "The Grapes of Wrath."
Kinney is one of the co-founders of Chicago's award-winning Steppenwolf Theater company. He earned a Tony Award nomination as Best Featured Actor in a Play for Steppenwolfs
presentation of "The Grapes of Wrath," playing the role over a three-year span in Chicago, New York and London. He has also directed numerous productions for the company, including "...And a Nightingale Sang," for which he won Chicago's Joseph Jefferson Award and, most recently, the Broadway-bound "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" starring Gary
Sinise, which also played to sold-out crowds in Chicago and London.
Kinney has directed an episode of "Oz," and will make his feature directing debut this year with an adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's "Found In The Street."
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