JOHN SLATTERY (Roland Yates) has
enjoyed a long, successful and diverse career in features, television and stage
productions. He recently appeared in "Traffic" as ADA Dan Collier and
co-starred in "Where's Marlowe?" as the reluctant detective Murphy.
His other feature credits include "Sam the Man," "Harvest,"
"The Naked Man," "Lily Dale," "Eraser,"
"Sleepers" and "City Hall."
On television, Slattery has become one
of the most in-demand character actors with several stand out roles that include
cool and confident school principal Dennis Martino on "Ed," a
recurring role as a very kinky politician on "Sex in the City," Amy's
estranged husband on "Judging Amy," and Will's older brother, Sam,
on "Will and Grace."
Born and raised in Boston,
Massachusetts, Slattery landed his first television role on the 1988 series
"Dirty Dozen: The Series," and has since continued to appear on such
series as "Under Cover," "Homefront," "Feds" and
"Maggie." He played Walter Mondale in the mini series "From the
Earth to the Moon" and also appeared in "A Woman of Independent
Means" with Sally Field, as well as starring in the PBS telefilm
"Death in the Family."
Slattery made his stage debut in 1989
in "Lisbon Traviata" which starred Nathan Lane, and four years later
made his Broadway debut opposite Lane in Niel Simon's "Laughter on the 23rd
Floor." He recently starred in a revival of Pinter's
"Betrayal," and has had collaborated several times with Richard
Greenburg in the playwright's "The Extra Man," "Night and Her
Stars," and "Three Days of Rain" for which he earned critical
praise for his dual roles of father and son.
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